A new company is using a novel material from an ancient source to manufacture wine shippers. As wineries build their direct-to-consumer markets and strive for sustainability, shipping containers have become a critical element in the packaging mix. Strength, insulation properties and bulk all weigh in; recyclability adds another consideration for environmentally conscious winemakers and drinkers.
To fortify their position as the industry's innovation leaders, Cooperages 1912 and Oak Solutions Group are pleased to introduce their new Product Innovation Division. This division will focus exclusively on the development and refinement of oak barrels, oak alternatives and enological tannins.
Complementing the offerings of Phyterra's most popular strains, based on customer interest and requests, the Company has expanded its product portfolio with new innovations, primarily classically bred wine yeast strains that not only feature the low H2S attribute, but also low levels of total SO2
The Northwest-based LIVE program was awarded an official international endorsement of its independent, third-party sustainable vineyard and winery certification program from the International Organization for Biological Control of Noxious Plants and Animals.
Adding to its world-class international luxury wine portfolio, Terlato Wines today announced an exclusive, long-term agreement with Marnier-Lapostolle Inc. to import and market the renowned Lapostolle wines from Chile and Chateau de Sancerre from the Loire Valley France.
Red wine has long been touted for its health benefits, including its anti-aging properties. But the question is how does it work? A new study provides insight into how the anti-aging ingredient in red wine, resveratrol, functions in the body.
Schumer will talk about the issue at 3:15 p.m. Thursday at Sheldrake Point Winery in Seneca County. He says China is marketing a fake version of ice wine and it's much cheaper than what's sold in the United States