Tag Archives: grape varieties

Margaret River Wine Producers Unite for Best Results | Mandurah Courier

After two years of COVID-19 restrictions, border closures, labor shortages, export and production impacts, and annual climate change challenges, the wine industry in Margaret River is stronger than ever. Success, according to local experts, comes down to a collaborative approach from all corners of the industry. We had our work …

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Canberra wine region adds drones to climate battle arsenal | Canberra time

news, environment, canberra area vineyards, drones, winery drones, climate change Drone technology is being deployed to boost yields from vineyards in the Canberra region, after some of the region’s toughest successive years. Using a multispectral camera to provide infrared imagery of plant growth, mapping neighboring vineyards will provide winemakers with …

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Spain Sparkling Wine Challenge “The Other Guys”

In reality, in addition to France (producing 550 million bottles), we have choices that include Italy (prosecco – producing 660 +/- bottles), Germany (producing 350 billion bottles), Spain (Cava. +/- producing 260 million bottles) and in the United States (production of 162 million bottles) (forbes.com). We realized that sparkling wine …

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Ohio’s Donniella Winchell named to ‘Most Inspirational People’ List in Wine Industry

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Donniella Winchell, executive director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association, is one of 10 people across the country honored for their commitment to the wine industry. Wine Industry Advisor – an online publication covering the wine industry – has included Winchell on its list of “most inspiring …

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The best of Beaujolais – WineLoversPage

by Robin Garr | 12 December 2021 It’s December. The sights and sounds of the holiday season are all around us now. Now is the time to treat yourself, if you can. I went out the other day and spent a couple of times what I usually would for a …

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Producer of Italian sparkling wines for 4 decades aims to produce “the best oenological expression of each vintage”

Revì wines were founded in 1982 by Paolo Malfer, created after years of testing and trials with which he perfected the production techniques necessary to create a premium sparkling wine. Member of the Vinity Wine Company, Revì produces only sparkling wines, Metodo Classico, Trento DOC (Trentodoc). The winery sources its …

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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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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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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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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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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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The best Champagnes of 2021

After a blind tasting of nearly 200 samples for database Champagne Masters at the start of the year, we are offering you the best vintages of 2021, between illustrious names and little-known labels, as well as all styles from brut nature to blanc de blancs. Medal: Gold Grape varieties: Pinot …

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The climate could impact the wine season

Attention all wine lovers: Climate change is likely to have an impact on future wine production. Time and wine go hand in hand. Wine grapes are one of the crops most sensitive to changes in temperature and precipitation. The temperatures of the growing season are extremely important for wine grapes …

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Louis Roederer’s Quiet Revolution: Collection 242

The new Louis Roederer multi-vintage wine reflects the innovative and avant-garde approach to winemaking of Jean Baptiste Lecallion In the new Louis Roederer, Collection 242, the talented cellar master Jean Baptiste Lécallion has created a multi-vintage wine with “the same versatility, the same complexities as a vintage champagne”. The 242 …

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The most romantic hotels for couples

Courtesy of Origins Lodge Escape from everyday life together, whether on vacation or on honeymoon, is a chance to recharge and rejuvenate. Maybe what starts your fire is a tent camp in the wild or a beach bungalow on a private island? Or maybe a multi-story hotel in a dreamy …

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Why you should fall for grape juice

Newsletter: FT Weekend Get weekend inspiration with the best of life, arts and culture. Delivered every Saturday morning. I was at a wine tasting for trendy sommeliers in east London when I first came across grape juice from Austrian winery Nibiru. “We sell a lot,” said Nicolas Rizzi, founder of …

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Spanish winegrowers adapt to climate change

The effects of climate change are pushing Spanish wine growers to plant grapes at higher altitudes. For more than a century, Joaquin Gay’s family of Montella Estany have produced wine in the Spanish Mediterranean region of Catalonia, but the effects of climate change have pushed them to seek higher land. …

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Great reds for full summer | Wine

FEvery now and then I realize that I have overlooked the red wine lovers among you. Those who frankly don’t care if it’s midsummer and prefer to drink big, huge reds than slightly chilled wines (which they consider weed). And who like a good dense, rich chocolate cake, and therefore …

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W. & J. Graham’s unveils a new look for Six Grapes

Publicity Leading Port House Unveils Confident, Contemporary New Look For Its Iconic Reserve Port SAN FRANCISCO, California, June 30, 2021 – The house of Porto leader W. & J. Graham’s has redesigned the packaging of its Port Reserve of Six Raisins with a contemporary look inspired by the famous history …

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Investment App Rally features stocks of some of the best wines in the world

There is the Domaine De La Romanée-Conti 2014”, describes Petrozo. “12 bottles at $54,000 at $54 per … [+] to share. (Photo credit should read FRANCOIS GUILLOT/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images Can’t afford to fill your cellar with Domaine de la Romanée Conti? Today, alternative investment platform …

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Investors develop a thirst for fine Spanish wines

With Liv-ex reporting that 2020 has been its best year yet for the Spanish wine trade, James Lawrence investigates whether investors are starting to develop a thirst for the best drops in the country. “To contemplate is to look at shadows”, said Victor Hugo. And like the protagonist of Hugo’s …

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Investment in fine wine: An opportunity for Italy?

It has been a long time coming but now we are able to introduce the great POTUS into our weekly column, for at last its tentacles have extended into an area that concerns us directly. As all investment advisors should be, at Amphora we are politically agnostic. As with any …

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The Vice Wine launches rare orange wine from Napa

Advertising Orange is the New Napa with L’Orange de Sémillon, “Brooklynites”, 2020 Napa Valley, California – May 13, 2021 – The fervor for old-style orange wines, once known as ‘sommelier’s favorites’ because of their distinct color, history and ability to pair with many foods. The Vice Wine, a wine producer …

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