Italian Premier Enrico Letta says he will follow China's decision to launch a trade investigation into European wine "with maximum attention" given the importance of the sector for the country's economy.
Located in the northeastern corner of Mahoning County, Milton Township is known as a "summer place" because of its tourism-related attractions on Lake Milton, but in recent years it has been the site of several winery openings, giving visitors another reason to make the stop.
The Willamette Valley Wineries Association has launched the site with updated comprehensive regional information and mobile-responsive technology. The new WVWA site will allow visitors to comb through the valley's wineries and sub-appellations in a streamlined, informative fashion.
Radical changes in the sparkling wine world caused by climate change and the opening up of new regions, will be one of the key discussion points at the next International Sparkling Wine Symposium this December.
The ideal wine investor "has to be someone who can afford to the loose their money. The wine can spoil if it's not kept in a good environment and people tend to drink it because it tastes so good. Prices are not back by anything else, other than enthusiasm."
Aglianico has been termed the Barolo of the South, a seemingly admiring phrase made hollow by a patronizing note. Yes, the tannins, acidity and dark flavors in aglianico bear a resemblance to the great Piemontese wine. But aglianico has much to offer of its own.
The Pindar Vineyards empire of more than 500 acres is listed by its Peconic address, not by name, at the real estate site Loopnet.com, under the description, "the largest vineyard on the North Fork of Long Island."