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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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Two ASX wine stocks to watch in February 2022: TWE, AVG

The alcoholic beverages industry, which includes wine, beer and other spirits, is one of the largest markets for the Australian consumer sector. Wine exports represent just over 1% of the country’s total exports. Australian wine is one such product that not only enjoys significant consumption across the country, but also …

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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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The DO Terra Alta makes orange wine official

At the final board meeting of 2021 for the regulatory board of DO Terra Alta, in Catalonia, Spain, a long list of changes was approved. The most striking was the implementation of a very strict certification system for 100% Garnetxa Blanca since it is their flagship grape variety. But perhaps …

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Good deals Burgundy | Financial Time

The second week of January is traditionally Burgundy Week in London. In the many tastings of the 2020s that would usually be scheduled for next week, the vast majority of wines would come from the Côte d’Or, the “golden slope” of limestone and marl facing east that produces the most …

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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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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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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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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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Foley Family Wines acquires Château St. Jean in Kenwood

Foley Family Wines of Santa Rosa announced on Wednesday that it has purchased Chateau St. Jean with the intention of returning the Kenwood winery to its former glory as one of the gems of the Sonoma County wine industry. Foley purchased Chateau St. Jean from Australian company Treasury Wine Estates, …

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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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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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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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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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An unexpected way to drink chardonnay

The Beaujolais vines are photographed in the snow on November 9, 2016 near Chenas. / AFP / JEFF PACHOUD … [+] via Getty Images AFP via Getty Images Beaujolais is a wine region cultivated almost exclusively with a single grape variety: Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc, or simply Gamay. Used …

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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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Unknown impact | Agriculture | lmtribune.com

Every summer and autumn, the winegrowers visit the vineyards where the fruits ripen and walk through the rows of vines with the winegrowers. “They will taste the bunch and the winemaker will determine if this variety in that location is ready for harvest,” said Vicky Scharlau, executive director of the …

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People’s Choice Wine Tasting Classic Announces Winners of 35th Annual Grapefest – A Texas Wine Experience

Advertising The Largest Wine Festival in the Southwestern United States – September 16, 17, 18, 19, 2021 –Texas Wines Featured at People’s Choice Classic Wine Tasting VINEYARD, TEXAS (September 27, 2021) – A signature event of GrapeFest, the People’s Choice Wine Tasting Classic is the country’s largest wine competition, judged …

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Vintage Wine Estates joins ind

SANTA ROSA, California, September 17, 2021 SANTA ROSA, California, September 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – For the first time, more than 40 leaders in wine production and marketing around the world have joined forces to accelerate action as sustainability challenges escalate. The new Sustainable Wine Roundtable (SWR) is a …

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Moët workers go on strike

Industrial disputes, fantastic auctions and vine dogs – this week’s roundup has something for everyone. It’s been a curious week for the news, with President Biden’s approval ratings plummeting as the Queen finds out what her funeral will look like and no disruption to hostilities between the two sides in …

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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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In Defense of the Terroir – Wine Industry Advisor

Advertising –Randy Caparoso Does the wine terroir no longer exists ? This is a valid question, even if it is stupid. Sure, terroir exist. If not, entire belief systems rest on the premise that terroir explains not only sensory differences, but also quality distinctions, as in the Grands Crus classification, …

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French and Italian wines could become more expensive

As if the past year and a half hadn’t been tough enough, winegrowers in France have shared sad news. Not only cannot we easily travel to Europe due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, French and Italian wines could also become more expensive over the next year. France’s agriculture ministry has …

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Slowing down the sugar rush to produce better grapes

One of the many challenges that climate change poses to winegrowers is the accelerated rate of ripening of grapes in warmer climates, which can lead to poor color and aroma development. In a new study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, researchers at the University of Adelaide …

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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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Wine Experts Explain How 2020 Highlights New Wine Regions

wine estate in Chile Getty 2020 has not been easy for the wine world. To list a few obstacles: a world of closed bars. A global pandemic. Climate change. California and Oregon are facing the most destructive wildfire season in history. In this ongoing series, we speak with major players …

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Beverage factory expands bag-in-box wine production capabilities with six-figure investment

X Sign up for free to receive the latest news straight to your inbox Register now Kingsland Drinks has announced plans to increase its bag-in-box wine production capacities in 2021 with a six-figure investment in additional production line machines. The Irlam company says it will strengthen its position as a …

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