Wine Production

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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