Wine Production

Rootstock Wine Merchants Opens in Memphis’ Edge District

Have you ever had a wine from Austria, Lebanon or Greece? There’s a new wine store in Memphis that offers a collection of wines you may not know about, but the owners think they’ll soon become some of your new favorites. Rootstock Wine Merchants is Scott Smith’s latest venture. It …

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San Diego Ballet’s ‘Giselle’ gets a makeover and reboot

San Diego Ballet’s weekend presentation of “Giselle,” featuring a pair of principal dancers who fell in love in real life, has come to fruition. The show has been rescheduled twice due to the pandemic, so all hidden rehearsals and many theatrical prep details have been put on hold, casting a …

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Local brewer buys Heineken’s stake in beloved Sonoma County brewery Moonlight

In an unusual trajectory, one of the Bay Area’s most beloved craft breweries severed a partnership with a global beer company and instead took on a smaller-scale, local partner. For the past six years, Heineken International has owned half of Moonlight Brewing, the 30-year-old Santa Rosa maker of popular beers …

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California researchers promote a better way to detect the smell of wine smoke caused by wildfires

New research claims to give grape growers, wineries and insurance companies a better way to determine if smoke from wildfires has damaged the crop on the vine, a concern that has led to many fruits in the Napa and Sonoma counties will not be picked in 2020. But a key …

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Malu Lambert: Can the taste of cork be eradicated forever?

Not everything is high-tech. The palates are used in the laboratory to taste the wines under different cork samples. Cork’s funeral was held in New York City on October 2, 2002. A dark and irreverent affair, four suit-wearing pallbearers carried a steel coffin through a train terminal and up to …

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The wine business is a family affair for Italian mothers and daughters

There is a renaissance in the world of Italian wine, and women are leading the way. According to a Wine Intelligence Study, women represent 55% of regular wine consumers in the country. But in addition to their purchasing power, they are also progressing as professionals in the wine industry. Although …

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mangaluru: Nitk faculty obtains patent for cashew apple wine | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: A faculty member of NITK Surathkal received a patent for the production of a wine made from cashew apple and raisins. The invention of Prasanna Belur D, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering, is titled “A process for producing an alcoholic beverage from cashew apple and raisins …

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Heat threatens Oregon Pinot Noir

As temperatures rise, the state may not be able to continue producing its signature style. © Ledger David Caves | Oregon made its reputation with Pinot Noir, but the future could be very different. As temperatures rise and the draw intensifies, growers and industry experts in Oregon are wondering how …

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“There are not enough of us”: 5 questions to Fah Sathirapongsasuti

“Why is it important that we are Asian and make wine?” asks Fah Sathirapongsasuti. “Because the vine doesn’t care who grows it, and the grape doesn’t care who does it.” Winemaker and co-owner of Sunset Cellarsmarketing director of Suisun Valley Wine Cooperative in Fairfield, California, PhD statistician, computer scientist and …

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The best places for the perfect wine tour in Tuscany

Tuscany is a renowned region of Italy surrounded by vineyards and wine-growing hills. It is popular for its haute couture and Renaissance art centers. For years, the region has held supreme influences on Italian and European culture. Compared to other parts of Europe, Tuscany has the highest reputation. This is …

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WineInk: Aspen Wine Grad goes global

Buckle up! For the next six Sundays, viewers will be able to travel with Carlton McCoy, Jr. as the former Aspen sommelier traverses cultural destinations as diverse and wild as the heart of Ghana’s Mississippi Delta, on the west coast of Africa and Seoul, South Korea. his CNN series “Nomad …

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I got really drunk on wines without grapes

Have you tried wines without grapes? Collage: VICE / Images: Romano Santos In the list of the best wine-producing countries, my archipelago does not appear there. This is given, in part, by the simple fact that wine grapes does not grow easily in the Philippines. But that hasn’t stopped Filipinos …

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Esmaeil Narollahiazar: Guatemalans learn in Leelanau |

Last summer, Leelanau Michigan State University Extension hosted a study tour for Guatemalan dignitaries in northwest Michigan. It was a fantastic experience to welcome visitors. I gave them a 30-minute presentation on viticulture, followed by a question-and-answer session. They had many questions about MSU’s extension system and how we communicate …

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Local wineries say supply chain issues and shortages affect prices

INDIANAPOLIS – AT Easley Wine Estate in downtown Indianapolis, it’s all about quality. “We want to make sure that when our customers pop the cork or twist the cork, that’s what they expect,” said Meredith Easley, vice president of sales and marketing. It’s the same mentality that made their products, …

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From a difficult year comes a British Columbia wine of remarkable quality

Kelowna, British Columbia, April 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wine Growers British Columbia (WGBC) has released the annual BC Wine Grape 2021 Vintage Reportwhich reveals another harvest of impressive quality achieved through expert vineyard management in a record year for wine regions in the province. Overall, BC winemakers agree that …

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The best of South Australia’s cellar doors featured in this year’s National Awards • Glam Adelaide

Share Tweeter Share Share E-mail It’s time for our annual celebration of Australia’s best cellar doors. South Australia’s best wine production featured in this year’s national awards. Here are the results: Adelaide Hills STAR CELLAR DOOR: Ashton Hills A short drive from Adelaide’s CBD, The Adelaide Hills offers some of …

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Vegetable production up 15% in recent years

Vegetable production in Georgia has increased by 15% in recent years and amounted to 176.1 tons, said Otar Shamugia, the country’s agriculture minister, on Thursday. Shamugia revealed the figure in comments which also explained that a large proportion of vegetable imports come from the off-season due to a lack of …

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The Day – Aspiring sommelier Emanuel Diaz: love the wine you’re with

Imagine your basic high school wrestler: staggering off the mat, huffing, huffing, sweating, and maybe with a handkerchief shoved into his schnoz to stop the bleeding. Seems most atypical characteristics for someone who would one day pay the bills bragging about the full-bodied flavors of blueberry, chocolate, plums and black …

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Local Winery Serves Weird Wine and Spirits | Stacey Doud

We often see the night watchman doing his jobStacey Doud Dave Besgrove, the owner of Grape Vine Springs Winery in Grapevine and Cowtown Winery in Fort Worth, didn’t grow up dreaming of becoming a winemaker or a ghost hunter. His story is no different from many others: he graduated from …

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Carlisle & Beau Marchais Wine Dinner planned at Cane & Canoe | News, Sports, Jobs

KAPALUA – Cane & Canoe at Montage Kapalua Bay will host a Carlisle & Beau Marchais Wine Dinner at 5.30pm on Friday April 22. Experience a beautifully orchestrated five-course wine pairing dinner with a selection of wines from Carlisle Winery and Beau Marchais Wineries. Winemakers Mike Officer of …

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Winnie Toh sommelier of the Maximal Concepts group on wine

Tell us about when you first became interested in wine…​ I was 18 and studying subjects I didn’t like. My boyfriend at the time was in the industry and worked as a sommelier, he would always be so passionate about wine and drinks and I always found myself incredibly interested …

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India FTA plus for lentils, chickpeas miss out

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Photo: @PiyushGoyal THE Australian and Indian governments signed the Australia-India Economic and Trade Cooperation Agreement (AI ECTA) on Saturday, with lentils being the winners in the cereals space. The Australian government has said the deal will make Australian exports …

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PEOPLE: The Hebron Man’s life’s work is the study of the international wine trade | Food and drink

To say that wine is in Emiliano Villanueva’s blood might be considered hyperbolic, but for the Eastern Connecticut State University business professor, that’s about as true as it gets. The Argentinian native, born and raised in Mendoza and now living in Hebron, is a specialist in the wine business. He …

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Wafers Around the World: The Many Faces of Matzah

How cardboard like the matzah we know today came to be and where is its softer cousin. It would be difficult to find a Jewish person who does not know Matzah. It is the centerpiece of our most celebrated holidays and its presence throughout the diaspora speaks to its enduring …

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California Winemaker Rethinks Wine Carbonation

Libby injects wines with CO2 carbonation to make hyper-precise yet easygoing daily bubbles. Libby Champagne, cava, prosecco, sekt: all the familiar methods for creating bubbles. But a California producer is trying to reinvent the wheel by introducing a new type of carbonation to wine. Libby Sparkling Wines recalibrates carbonation, introducing …

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Four refreshing spring wines from Austria

There is something inherently spring-like about Grüner Veltliner, Austria’s native white grape. By the time this column appears, hopefully the weather will have improved and we can start looking forward to lighter, fresher white wines. Grüner Veltliner is a kind of grape chameleon, changing in style depending on the climate …

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Grocery and Wine E-Commerce Market Size 2022 by Top Key Players, Types, Applications, Regional Demand and Forecast to 2030 – Instant Interview

The Grocery and Wine E-commerce Market report is a perfect basis for individuals who are looking for a comprehensive study and analysis of the Grocery and Wine E-commerce Market. This report contains study and miscellaneous information which will help you to understand your niche and focus major market channels in …

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Luxury Wine Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – Pernod Ricard, Brown Forman, Diageo, Bacardi – Chandler Brownsboro

New Jersey, United States,- the Luxury wine market is carefully analyzed in the report with a focus on market dynamics including key issues and challenges, drivers, trends, and opportunities. The report includes an in-depth analysis of key market players to understand the use of key strategies adopted in the luxury …

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Wine Barrel Market Size, Scope, Growth and Competitive Analysis – East Coast Wood Barrels Corp, POZVEK doo, The Barrel Mill, StaVin Inc.

New Jersey, United States,- the wine barrel market is carefully analyzed in the report with a focus on market dynamics including key issues and challenges, drivers, trends, and opportunities. The report includes an in-depth analysis of key market players to understand the utilization of the major strategies adopted in the …

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Vermont Winemakers Propose Official AVA Wine Region

Vermont winemakers are pushing for official federal designation of the Champlain Valley as a American Wine Zone. The designation, which would be a first for Vermont, would allow wineries in the Champlain Valley to talk about the valley’s unique geography and climate, and how they affect viticulture. They could add …

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United States Freestanding Wine Cooler Market Share, Size and Impact Analysis of Covid 19 – The Bollywood Ticket

Get a sample report Survey before purchase Order the report now Freestanding Wine Cooler Market Overview This has led to several changes in This report also covers the impact of COVID-19 on the global market. the Market of independent wine cellars The analysis summary by Reports Insights is an in-depth …

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Q&A with Shae Frichette – Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business

Shae Frichette Co-owner, Co-Vigneron Red Mountain Winery Frichette Shae Frichette Number of employees you supervise: 5 Brief history of Frichette Winery: Sweezea Financial Group is an independent investment and insurance agency backed by P We are a husband and wife run winery that produces wines he loves and wine experiences …

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New Zealand Sparkling Wine – How to be #1

Welcome to the land next to the one below, part of the largest empire in the world, home to the Kiwi bird and amazing sparkling wines. New Zealand is a fascinating country that is worth learning a bit more about, especially about its wonderful wine region. New Zealand’s first vineyard …

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A quartet of titles from R&R Games

R&R Games has announced four new titles, including a European-style strategy game, two board games and a children’s game, all slated for release on May 15. In Dom Pierre, players compete to dominate the production of the new sparkling wine that emerged towards the end of the 17th century in …

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Hollywood Joins Wine Club Frenzy From Jason Momoa to Mila Kunis – The Hollywood Reporter

COVID lockdowns have drastically changed shopping habits everywhere, including in the wine sector. With restaurants closed and at-home happy hours starting early and often, U.S. digital wine sales grew 32% to $760 billion in 2020, according to a report by wine industry analyst Rob McMillan of Silicon Valley Bank. Many …

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What does Navarra wine look like in Spain…we ask the questions and find three wines to try

And so I nudge you towards Navarre, a wine region in northern Spain. It raises its profile on these shores; and rightly too. In the UK we can buy so many wines from all over the world which makes it difficult for any region to influence our wine buying habits, …

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Cambria Estate Winery Announces Partnership with Women’s Earth Alliance

Advertising Women-Owned and-Led Winery Pledges $25,000 to Support Initiatives to Build Women’s Leadership for a More Sustainable World SANTA CLAUS MARIA, California – March 2, 2022 – Cambria Wine Estatethe Santa Maria Valley winery founded in 1986 and known for its single-vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, today announced its partnership …

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COVID-19: tapping into nature’s wealth for health care

Almost two years after the WHO declared the coronavirus a pandemic, the world has gradually started to get back to business as usual. Meanwhile, the continued importance of protection against the virus has led to the increased need for a 100% clinically tested and reliable foam hand sanitizer made with …

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10 best foods for sex drive, according to experts

You’ve probably heard of aphrodisiacs like chocolate and strawberries to get you in the mood, but is there really a correlation between nutrition and sex and if so, what are the best foods for sex? While aphrodisiacs are controversial among experts (no, chocolate isn’t some magic food meant to make …

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Wine Fridge Market Growth Trends, Size, Share, Opportunities, Revenue, 2022-2027 – ZNews Africa

Get a sample report Survey before purchase Order the report now Wine Fridge Market: Significant CAGR in 2022-2027 New Research Report on Wine Fridges Market which covers Market Overview, Future Economic Impact, Competition by Manufacturers, Supply (Production), and Consumption Analysis The global Wine Refrigerators industry market research report provides a …

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Glass Wine Containers Market Consumption Analysis, Business Overview and Upcoming Trends | ARC International, Libbey, Sisecam, ADERIA GLASS (Ishizuka Glass Co. Ltd.), etc.

glass-vessel-market Global Market Reports offers a global study based on research and analysis on “Global glass wine vessel market Report, History and Forecast 2016-2028, Breakdown Data by Companies, Key Regions, Types and Application“. This report offers insightful insight into the drivers and restraints present in the market. The Glass Wine …

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Salvatore Ferragamo of Il Borro is our new ambassador of great wines

Salvatore Ferragamo Photo credit: Michelle Kammerman high life and Haute Wine Society organized a very special evening on Sunday presenting Salvatore Ferragamo, the CEO of Il Borro wines, like its new Haute Vin ambassador. Ferragamo and Haute Media Group CEO Kamal Hotchandani Photo credit: Michelle Kammerman Ferragamo, who is the …

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France adds another appellation | Wine-Searcher News and Features

New appellations, new styles of wine and Prosecco on the move in China, things are moving this week. © Visit France | The Rhone village of Laudun is about to become the last French wine region to obtain its own appellation. National Wine Day in the US began on Friday …

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Canned Wine Market 2022 Demand and Opportunities 2028 || Market Demand and Opportunities 2028 || Breakdown by Top Companies, Countries, Applications, Challenges, Opportunities and Forecasts

The Global canned wine market is expected to grow at a growth rate of 7.2% during the forecast period from 2021 to 2028 and is expected to reach USD 16.088 billion by 2028. Major players in the canned wine market are taking actions such as product launches, joint ventures, developments, …

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Wine investment platform Vint launches three NFTs on behalf of Emmitt-Scorsone for auction

RICHMOND, Virginia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Vint, the first qualified, fully transparent and efficient wine and spirits investment platform, today announced the release of three individual non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in collaboration with Emmitt-Scorsone, producer of Judge Palmer, Domenica Amato, and Emmitt-Scorsone wines. The offering marks the first NFT offered by a Sonoma-based winery and …

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6th Annual Lubbock Viticulture and Winemaking Celebration

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) — Tickets are on sale for the 6th annual “Lubbock Uncorked,” taking place Saturday, April 2 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the American Windmill Museum (1701 Canyon Lake Drive.) 2022 LUBBOCK UNCORKED(Courtesy) The organizers always accept vendors related to the wine or viticulture industry. They …

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Wines to make Valentine’s Day sparkle | Wine

Nyetimber Rosé, Sussex, England NV (£31.49, waitrose) Drinking rosé champagne on Valentine’s Day is, I know, not the most spontaneous or original act of love. It’s the drink the Valentine’s Day industry tells us we can’t live without – a vehicle for the wine industry to exploit our insecurities and …

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The Story Behind DC Wine Country’s First Black Woman-Owned Wine Label

Kindra Dionne is the first black woman to launch a wine label in DC’s wine country. His label, Fifty Leven, is a collection of five wines that pair with multicultural cuisine. It is estimated that only 0.1% of American winemakers and brand owners are black. Loading Something is loading. Kindra …

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ABC’s ‘Promised Land’ Pilot Was Filmed In A Completely Different State To The Rest Of The Series (Exclusive)

Although streaming giants like Netflix and HBO are ordering an entire series of shows, ABC still asked for a Promised land driver before ordering the whole season. Fortunately, on August 11, 2021, ABC gave the go-ahead for a series order. The Lantix family drama revolves around a vineyard in California’s …

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Global Wine Dispensers and Preservation Systems Market Size 2022 Key Manufacturers Strategy by Industry Sales, Emerging Demands, Ongoing Trends, Business Opportunity, Share, Growth Strategy and Future Forecast 2027 – Instant Interview

The “Wine Dispensers and Preservation Systems Market” Research report 2021-2027 offering a comprehensive overview of market size, share and growth opportunities, industry segmentation by product type, applications, and geographical representation. The report highlights product development as well as technological upgrades that can drive the growth of the market. The Wine …

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Marsovin invests 4 million euros to modernize its machines

A local wine company, Marsovin Winery Ltd, is investing 4 million euros to modernize its machinery and move towards a more sustainable and efficient mode of operation. This was announced by the Minister for Energy, Business and Sustainable Development, Miriam Dalli, during a visit to the company, accompanied by the …

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Opening champagne bottles on Valentine’s Day will cost more

Valentine’s Day is just under two weeks away and some gifts are going to cost more this year due to supply chain issues and demand for more products. Valentine’s Day is just under two weeks away and some gifts are going to cost more this year. Due to shipping issues …

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Princess and Bear Wines brings small-batch French wines exclusively to Seattle

You could say that Cheryl Baily and Steve Medwell are very active when it comes to their business, Princess and bear wines. They recently opened a tasting room in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood, but the real work began years ago when they retired part-time to a small town in France. …

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Nebraska dairy farmers plan annual meeting

The Nebraska State Dairy Association is one of the oldest producer organizations in the state. They have met for annual meetings since 1885. This year, the NSDA’s annual trade show and meeting will be held on February 22 at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center in Columbus. The keynote speaker …

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Opening of a playful and all-natural wine shop from a Tartine baker in the Castro

San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood is getting a rare retail store exclusively focused on natural wine from a former Tartine baker. Bottle Bacchanal opens Tuesday, offering small-production spirits, vintage glassware and cocktail kits in addition to bottles from California and around the world. “It all fell into place pretty quickly,” owner …

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Food Fraud and Kosher Certification – The Australian Jewish News

Recent articles in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald (January 3, 2022) shed light on “Australia’s $3 billion food fraud conundrum”. This is a subject on which kosher certification authorities have much to say. Food adulteration is generally defined as “the addition or subtraction of any substance to or from …

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Paso Winemakers Embrace the Art of Amphora Winemaking • Paso Robles Press

Nonconforming Paso Robles winemakers are so far ahead of the curve that they have traced back approximately five millennia to an ancient system of winemaking and storage under the theory that everything old is new again. “It’s bringing the Old World back into modern winemaking, it’s fun to use such …

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The world bought more champagne than ever in 2021

Champagne houses are celebrating after sales and exports set new records last year even as pandemic lockdowns forced many bars and restaurants to close. bottles of champagne in 2021, an increase of 38% compared to the previous year. Global champagne sales also reached a record $6.2 billion. home. “With tourism …

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Philadelphia native and theater cheerleader, brings Broadway pandemic reopening to PBS

When Frank DiLella, the three-time Emmy Award-winning theater journalist who hosts the popular On the scene program on New York’s top-rated NY1 television station, was a 4-year-old Philadelphian, his mother took him to the Forrest Theater to see Cats. “When I entered this building, it was the church for me. …

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A Beginner’s Guide to Paso Robles Wine Country

Paso Robles is a California Central Coast wine gem, home to more than 200 labels. The region is often associated with Next to, the dark comedy about love, infidelity and excess. But it is a multi-faceted destination, picturesque with its olive groves and sunny hillsides, and a thriving wine region, …

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BlockBar, the world’s first direct-to-consumer NFT marketplace for wines and spirits, democratizes the traditional spirits industry by selling Maison Hennessy’s very first NFT collection to a crypto community club

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Block bar, the world’s leading NFT marketplace for luxury wines and spirits, is delighted to announce its record-breaking sale of Hennessy 8 – a cognac masterpiece and a tribute to eight generations of Master Blenders. Bought by Angry pit bull club (APC) for 66.49 ETH ($ 226,450) …

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Britons Seek Vegan Alternatives To Milk, Skin Care – And Even Wine, Study Finds | Nature | News

Of these, 38% are concerned about the environmental impact of using non-vegan items, while 35% are concerned about animal welfare. As a result, many are looking for herbal alternatives for skin care (41%), makeup (31%), and leather accessories (34%). It’s also found that one in six people are more willing …

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The weather offers the possibility of harvesting ice wine | News

TOWNSHIP OF HARPERSFIELD – A lack of wind helped make an early morning harvest a pleasant experience, even though temperatures were in the teenage years, said Cindy Lindberg, owner of Grand River Cellars. “It was probably one of the best selection seasons we’ve had,” said Lindberg. The ice wine process …

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Port Moody’s dad wants to challenge the pop industry with a new drink

Shane McCardle brings Rocky Mountain Herbal Tea to the Tri-Cities in time for New Years Resolutions for a Healthier Lifestyle. Shane McCardle has taken a lifestyle journey to get healthier and fitter. Now the entrepreneur from Port Moody has a product for others who are making similar choices to enjoy …

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SANTA MARGHERITA USA ACQUIRES MAJORITY OWNERSHIP OF ROCO WINERY

MIAMI BEACH, Florida, January 5, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Santa Margherita United States, the 100% subsidiary of Santa Margherita Gruppo Vinicolo, acquired the majority stake in ROCO Winery in Oregon. ROCO Winery was founded in 2001 by Rollin & Corby Stonebraker-Soles. Located in the Willamette Valley region, ROCO wines …

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Red Mountain-focused Liberty Lake Wine Cellars beats 7 for 7 at Platinum Awards

Mark Lathrop, winemaker / co-owner of Liberty Lake Wine Cellars east of Spokane, Washington, has entered seven wines eligible for the 2021 Platinum Awards and won a Platinum for each. (Richard Duval Images) LIBERTY LAKE, Wash. – A sign behind Liberty Lake Wine Cellars’ tasting bar reads #RedMtnUnfiltered, and what …

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THE WINE RANGER: Breaking Boundaries – Dotcom CEO Turns into Riesling Guru in the Finger Lakes | Business

If you live long enough, there comes a time when you come to a crossroads in life where the choices are either to play it safe or to leap into the unknown. For Bruce Murray, it happened in 2007. He had just sold his small tech startup. Murray’s family moved …

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72 of our favorite facts from 2021

Every day, our editors collect the most interesting, vivid or enjoyable facts that appear in newspaper articles. Here are 72 from the past year that left us thinking. Through Times Insider Staff Illustrations by Suerynn lee December 31, 2021 January 1. Part-time NBA performers – contortionists, acrobats, Frisbee-catching dogs – …

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‘Black gold’ found at Wine Country ticks the interest of truffle sellers

In 2020, the Business Journal reported on Kendall Jackson’s 4-acre Culinary Garden and Wine Estate at 5007 Fulton Road, as well as her secret truffle orchard. Recently countries like Australia, China, Chile, New Zealand and South Africa have started trying to produce theirs. And there are a growing number of …

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Gene S. Trimacco Sr. 1929-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

STRUTHERS – Gene S. Trimacco Sr., 92, passed away on Sunday December 19, 2021 at his home surrounded by his family. Gene was born April 2, 1929 in Youngstown, son of the late Genaro and Adeline Leombruno Trimacco. He graduated from Campbell Memorial High School and worked for Sharon Steel. …

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The wine chocolate market is booming worldwide to show significant growth – Duc d’O, NEUHAUS, Halloren, Raaka

Wine chocolate market Growing demand for chocolates across the world, premiumization of wine chocolates, and lucrative product packaging are driving the global wine chocolate market. PORTLAND, OR, UNITED STATES, December 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Global wine chocolate market was estimated at $ 752.0 million in 2020 and is expected …

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Leave It On: Why Australia Still Loves Their Canned Goon Wine | Wine

Boxed wine is one of Australia’s most extraordinary contributions to the wine industry, also known as carton, bag-in-box, or more commonly, goon (de flagon). Australian winemaker Thomas Angrove patented the design of a one-gallon polyethylene bladder in a cardboard box in 1965, inspired by the ancient method of storing wine …

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Designers make boots and handbags from skins and fruit seeds in latest green campaign

This is not crazy! Designers make boots and handbags from skins and fruit seeds in latest green campaign The growth of vegan fashion has spurred experimentation in clothing production The process sees the leaves, skins, stems and seeds dried and rolled in faux leather H&M offers Vegea vegan leather boots …

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The good and the bad of French culture in 2021

Published on: 12/18/2021 – 12:46Amended: 12/18/2021 – 12:44 Paris (AFP) – For French culture, still a beacon for much of the world, it has been a year of returning to freedom, stammering amid fears that the old normalcy will never fully return. There were bright spots as a high-art backlog …

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Good Eggs announces exclusive partnership with Quince & Co., Michael and Lindsay Tusk’s award-winning hotel group

OAKLAND, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –good eggs today announced a new exclusive partnership with Quince & Co. – The acclaimed San Francisco-based Michael & Lindsay Tusk culinary group known for their renowned restaurants Quince and Cotogna – which will bring highly selected and sustainably sourced wines from around the world …

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Wine Australia report suggests tough times for the wine industry

Australian wine 2021 Wine Production, Sales and Inventory Report shows a record vintage, lower sales volume and higher inventory levels compared to 2019-2020. According to the report, the tonnage of crushed grapes and liters of wine produced increased by more than 30%, reaching 2.03 million tons and 1.48 billion liters …

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Dan Murphy’s Champagne: Fears of shortage prompt bottle store to impose purchase limits

One of Australia’s largest liquor chains has placed limits on the sale of champagne as the industry faces a severe shortage just weeks before Christmas. On Monday, Endeavor Group, the parent company of Dan Murphy’s and BWS, confirmed that it had introduced purchase limits on some imported champagne lines, including …

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Canada faces alcohol shortages ahead of holiday season, alcohol authorities say

Signs indicating a product shortage are displayed at the Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. in Halifax on December 10, 2021.Andrew Vaughan / The Canadian Press Canada faces pre-holiday alcohol shortages due to supply chain issues, with some provincial liquor boards urging customers to shop early – or prepare to try a …

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Vine and dandy: South African wine exporters optimistic about recovery prospects

South African wine exports are normalizing after three difficult years. The South African wine industry hopes it will return to growth after three difficult years that impacted export volumes. But while there has been some recovery, the industry continues to normalize rather than grow. Various global factors have contributed to …

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Forest fires threaten to disrupt crop insurance

Advertising California wildfires threaten to upend vineyard crop insurance as smoke threatens grape production in another record-breaking year of U.S. wildfires –Jack Roudebush When a fire damages a vineyard, it can take up to five years for a vine to become fully productive again. But a fire doesn’t even have …

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New book: Wines of Armenia

The long awaited book Wines of Armenia: A Complete Guide to Armenian Wineries and Winemaking by S. Margosian has finally been published. This is the first and most comprehensive guide to Armenian vineyards and winemaking, providing extensive details on Armenian grapes, wine regions and vineyards.Wine has always been an integral …

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Ten Local Sparkling Wines To Try During Australia’s Champagne Shortage | Australian food and drink

We are in the midst of a champagne shortage and while there is a lot of talk about why this is the case, industry experts say there are several factors at play. Emperor Champagne CEO Kyla Kirkpatrick says mass domestic consumption and supply issues have created the perfect storm. “You …

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The Rhein & CIE Azuga 1892 cellars will have a new concept, honoring the memory of the founders, King Carol I and the Rhein family

The Rhine & CTHAT IS TO SAY Azuga 1892 Cellars, owned by The Iconic Estate, part of the Alexandrion group, will have a new concept that will exemplify the royal spirit and reflect the longevity and nearly 130 years of history of the place. The concept will reflect the charm …

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Moët & Chandon: Sustainable Development of Champagne

“A bottle of wine contains more philosophy than all the books in the world,” said Louis Pasteur, the pioneering French chemist and microbiologist known for his research on vaccination, microbial fermentation and pasteurization. Moët & Chandon pyramid This point of view has always guided Moët & Chandon, a champagne house …

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A Touch of Red or White: How Papua New Guinea Is Interested in Wine

With wine appreciation on the rise in Papua New Guinea. The sommelier of Loloata Island Resort, Kannapan Jayakumar, tells PNG now why wine has become such a sensation and why the Highlands might be a good place to start a winery. The sommelier at Loloata Resort, Kannapan Jayakumar. Credit: Loloata …

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Love at the first sip breathes new life into an old Piedmont house | Interiors

THEEven Summer Wolff had no idea that information 13 years ago was going to change her life forever. The American wine importer – and already a longtime Italophile – was organizing food tours of Tuscany with his business partner when they heard of an “awesome young winemaker” who was breathing …

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Author Paull L. Goodchild publishes’ Xmas (et al.)

WESTPORT, Mass., November 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Author Paull L. Goodchild has released a collection of short stories titled Christmas stories (and others). As a fervent atheist, he approaches the subject with an enthusiastic ambivalence, cheerfully pushing the limits of narration. Five of the tales take place in an …

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Halle Berry’s Netflix directorial debut is old wine in an older bottle-Entertainment News, Firstpost

Halle Barry acts fiercely, harder and harder, striving to break both bones and gender stereotypes. But that doesn’t translate into smart performance At the end of each year, you can almost feel the desperation of movies looking for Oscar nods. Some of these are made with an eye on juries …

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Weekly review … November 23, 2021

Internationally renowned, multi-starred chef Gordon Ramsay has unveiled his own contemporary line of Italian table wines: Gordon Ramsay Italian Collection. Internationally renowned chef, multi-Michelin starred, Gordon Ramsay unveiled its own contemporary line of Italian table wines: Gordon Ramsay Italian Collection. Created alongside world-renowned winemaker Alberto Antonini, the collection combines “Ramsey’s …

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Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards Announces Management Changes with New President and Chief Financial Officer

Advertising Marc Hurlbut November 18 – Hector, NY – Daniel DeBell and Marc Hurlbut have been appointed to management positions at Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards. DeBell was promoted to president and chief operating officer and Hurlbut to chief financial officer. John Keeler, who served as president from 2009, announced his retirement …

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Savor the taste of Provence with these refreshing rosé wines

Enjoy one of the most picturesque regions in the world through the evocative delights of Provence rosé wines November 17, 2021 5:00 p.m. Imagine enjoying a lazy lunch under the vines, watching the sun dance over the azure sea in the distance, while sipping an aromatic wine that echoes the …

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Wine Opener Market Size and Outlook 2028 | Best Companies – Ikea, Only Cook, Royalip, Ryback, Tianq, Enjoy? Arts, V.BARS, Zhifangyi, Yujia, Wine Enthusiast,

New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the Wine opener market. Based on the analysis of historical growth and current scenario of the Wine Opener market, the report intends to offer actionable information about …

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Australia expects good relations from CIIE

CANBERRA: Although unable to travel to China himself due to Covid, Tony Carapetis, chief winemaker of Monteperle wines, greeted the Chinese people in a video that will be shown at the China International Import Expo (CIIE) from of this Friday. “The CIIE has offered great opportunities to expand markets in …

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Red China: Upcoming Wineries Recognized

YINCHUAN, China, November 2 (Reuters) – Chinese winemaker Legacy Peak, which started producing grapes more or less by accident in 1997, symbolizes the rapid growth of an industry that is now winning accolades in global markets, but who has already almost given up. “We wanted to pull up all the …

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