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Malbec, con acento argentinoMariana Gil Juncal
Confidentielle lors de son lancement en 2012, la certification Haute Valeur environnementale (HVE” enregistre un vrai pic de développement chez les producteurs viticoles. L’État, depuis le vote de la loi Egalim, pousse la certification, individuelle ou collective.
Small grass fires and braziers also lit across winemaking regions as temperatures drop
The research was conducted in an 8-acre portion of a 53-acre, 20-year-old Merlot vineyard in Madera County. After completion of the research project, the grower converted the rest of the 53-acre vineyard to single high-wire sprawling system. Many other wine grape growers have followed suit. The Wine Group, which manages 13,000 acres of vineyards across Central California, is establishing new vineyards and converting old vineyards for mechanical pruning and suckering, said vineyard manager Nick Davis. Davis, who works closely with Kurtural and the UCCE viticulture advisor in Fresno County, George
The State of California is currently accepting proposals for the California State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) – a federally funded grant program of the U.S. Small Business Administration to increase exports activities among small businesses.Funding associated with this program will support trade development and enhancement activities that help small businesses enter or expand their exporting activity to foreign markets.
Note: This article originally appeared in the July 31, 2017, issue of Wine Spectator.It starts small. A couple of bottles stowed in a kitchen rack; a case for your birthday; maybe a splurge on an auction trophy. You taste with friends, broaden your palate, find yourself drawn to specific regions and producers. Before you know it, a closet is overflowing, but your collection is just getting started.Dina Given, a writer and health-care executive living in Lebanon, N.J.—”farm-and-horse country,” she says—began acquiring well-rated yet affordable wines in the mid-2000s, including a
Australia’s wine exports have grown significantly to the United Arab Emirates (UAE” in the past 5 years, from $13.6 million in 2013 to $31.1 million in 2018. The UAE is now the eleventh biggest destination for Australian wine exports by value
What’;s the best way to organize supermarket products to facilitate consumer purchases? Over in the canned vegetable aisle, the system is pretty simple. All the canned green beans there. All the canned corn here. Easy to find what you want. Easy to compare.Over the in the breakfast cereal aisle an entirely different geography applies. The corn flakes are found here, there, and elsewhere, not all in one spot. That’;s because most of the products are organized by producer. All the Post cereals here, all the Chex products over there.Thousands of
Languedoc From April 4 to 7, Languedoc faced negative temperatures by night and in the morning as well as two hail storms and at least (…”
La reutilización de las botellas de vinoJavier Campo
Argentina’s wine industry is riding out the country’s recession on a rise in tourism and exports stemming in part from a cheaper currency that put its world-class products at bargain prices
When China imposed retaliatory tariffs on American goods last April, vintners at Wente Vineyards in Livermore feared the move would push them out of China, the world’s fastest-growing wine market, for months or years.
We all know this, right? We know there is excellent Chardonnay made beyond the narrow confines of the Côte de Beaune and Chablis and we know that even the best of the rest, as it were, can offer way better value than Burgundy. And yet, when you look at the examples that the world is looking for, it takes a bit of work to find any that don’t come from eastern France
The future of European viticulture will be contingent on hybrid grape varieties, according to leading consultant Dr Richard Smart
The third took place at Ridge Vineyards. Instead of studying consumer perception over a few days or months, this study took a number of years and focused on evaluating the wine itself that was subjected to screw cap, cork and glass bottle closures.Eric Baugher, Ridge’s Chief Operating Officer/Winemaker says, “Prior to screw caps, we had experimented with plastic corks.” Baugher embarked in 2003 on a screw cap study using both breathable lined and airtight caps. In 2006, he included the Vinolok glass closure in the trials. The trials consisted of
The job description says the hire must be able to “persuade and inform” and also work with state government and regulatory officials, trade associations and consultants.
Resumen del mundo del vino: producción, consumo y comercio internacional del vino en 2018
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