The study was published in the journal Addiction and the only problem with it is that it isn't a study. It's a comment piece. It doesn't contain any new research, nor does it contain statistical analysis of previous research.
After 27 years of growing and producing award-winning Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc from Santa Barbara County and the Willamette Valley, Fiddlehead Cellars today unveiled a new, unifying image that speaks to the quality of its wines. The label refresh comes with great anticipation from this legacy producer just ahead of the "Drink 728 Party," Fiddlehead's biggest event of the year on July 28, 2016.
Streamlining the sourcing process for bulk buyers at trade shows, the IBWSS Blending Laboratory will give visitors access to a modern lab on the trade show floor. The specialized area will allow buyers and sellers to taste, blend and analyze products in a professional lab atmosphere.
Dr. Richard Smart, will be working closely with the Company to further develop the science of ThermacultureTM, the Company's patented technology. Thermaculture is credited for improving fruit set, yields, increasing phenol and antioxidant levels in wine grapes leading to better wine flavors and nutritive values as well as helping to reduce pesticide use.
The value of the transaction would be approximately USD$750million, with the addition of 4 manufacturing plants with a total of 5 furnaces in the United States, a research and development center of Flat Glass and 4distribution and fabrication facilities in Canada.
Scientists Alec Lee and Mardonn Chua are working to replicate high-end wines without grapes, yeast or fermentation. According to Lee, their biggest challenge is not just in identifying the 200 or so molecular compounds that comprise a given wine, but also in determining the ratios in which they exist together.
Continuing, he explained that reaching €1 billion in exports would require Portugal's stopper business to increase by €100m from €900m today, and, in terms of volume, that would represent a growth of 1 billion corks.
Seizing on rising interest in organic wines, Argentina's Domaine Bousquet is on pace to surpass 120,000 cases in the U.S. this year, and has set the goal of more than doubling its U.S. volume to a quarter-million cases by 2018.
Turnover at the UK subsidiary of Spain's biggest Cava producer fell nearly 3% (2.77%) to £15.88m in the 12 months to 30 April, according to records filed this week at Companies House, down from £16.34m in the previous year. However this marked a slow down from the previous year, when sales fell 20% from £.20.68m.