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03/04/21

Luigi Moio brings perfectionist rigor to Campania

03/04/21

The Quinta dos Vales winemaking team educates and guides participants through the production process, providing use of the winery-equipment and specialised personnel, but each participant is encouraged to take the important decisions themselves.

03/03/21

In these first sixty years of history, Pinot Grigio has become the leading Italian white varietal wine worldwide, and the Pinot Grigio from Santa Margherita continues to be its flagship: a wine that has made a huge contribution to the development of Italian winemaking, revolutionizing both the national and foreign markets.

03/02/21

Albéric Bichot, who has been elected president of the Union des Maisons de Vins de Grande Bourgogne (UMVGB) has called for the industry to prepare for the Post-Covid world.

03/02/21

Will another layer of Burgundy add clarity or confusion? Michelle Williams asks.

03/02/21

This was probably the most ambitious virtual event there has been to date in wine, featuring over 90 speakers across four days of content.

03/01/21

In entry-level bottlings, winemakers can begin using Touriga Nacional, Marselan and other varieties chosen for suitability in a changing climate

03/01/21

According to a press release, tax on wine, the most popular alcoholic drink among women in the UK, has risen more than twice as fast as tax on beer - which is generally preferred by men. Figures from a YouGov survey for Wine Drinkers UK showed that 43% of female drinkers listed wine as their favourite tipple, while just 7% said that beer was their drink of choice.

03/01/21

Restaurant bookings normally go crazy when a chef wins three Michelin stars. But when Clare Smyth became the first British woman to be awarded that accolade in her own right last month, she didn ...

03/01/21

Reports that surfaced towards the end of last year suggested that in 2020, Spain's grape harvest was expected to bring in 43 million hectolitres of wine. But in the current context, supply far outstrips demand. Research by The Guardian found that during the pandemic, restaurant sales of Spanish wine had fallen by 65% and exports by 49% since the onset of the virus in Europe. Moreover, in recent months, wine choice has become political

03/01/21

A symposium on the future of wine has pointed in a direction we all saw coming.

03/01/21

Gaia Peloponnese Monograph Agiorgitiko 2019 $14. This juicy, inexpensive, casual wine is a great introduction to the world of Greek reds from Gaia, one of Greece's leading producers. Gaia has ...

02/26/21

Cotarella and his team led by Pier Paolo Chiasso will work alongside the longstanding team at Venturini Baldini to produce the winery's 100 percent organic Lambrusco wines. Cotarella is a renowned winemaker with more than 50 years of winemaking experience in wineries across all Italian regions and around the world, having consulted in France, Spain, Israel, Russia, the United States, Japan, and Romania.

02/26/21

Hospitality leaders are optimistic about the long-term future of the sector and its role in the UK's economic recovery, with many businesses seeking to grow rather than shrink, the latest CGA Business Leaders' Survey has revealed. Half (51%) of business leaders surveyed said they felt confident about prospects for the sector over the next 12 months - more than triple the number who felt the same way in November (14%).

02/26/21

Post-Brexit plans to introduce paper import certificates on EU wines from 1 July are 'worrying', according to a letter sent to Victoria Prentis MP, the UK's under-secretary of state for farming, fisheries and food. The letter includes dozens of signatories, such as Accolade Wines, Liv-ex and supplier group Bibendum, with a range of retailers and merchants, including Fine & Rare, Farr Vintners, Lea & Sandeman and The Wine Society.

02/26/21

The label is currently being marketed to the estate's wine merchant clients, but has also attracted interest from new customers, both trade and private. "I don't use social media very much but thought I should start using it, as it's now become mandatory", explained Plaisantin, who claimed he was "very pleasantly surprised by the number of shares and interest" shown after a Facebook post.

02/26/21

"We are convinced that the future of small producers lies in their uniqueness and quality", said Céline Larose, marketing and sales manager for Gratiot Delugny Champagnes which has 10 hectares of vines in Crouttes-sur-Marne. As a Champagne grower and producer, the property has a good range of unique varietals to choose from with its 0.3 ha of Petit Meslier (planted in 2008), 0.3 ha of Pinot gris (planted in 2016) and 0.3 ha of Pinot blanc (due to be planted in April 2021).

02/26/21

A total of six county court judgments totaling £42,384 have now been taken out against UK e-commerce platform Winebuyers, with one major spirits supplier stating it is £35,000 out of pocket.

02/25/21

A new generation in the Portuguese Douro Valley has transformed the region in 20 years. It used to be only Port Wine, now there is a wealth of excellent dry wines, both reds and whites. Meet one ...

02/25/21

Limited to only four cases worldwide, a bespoke rose gold Bulgari Serpenti necklace is custom designed particularly to pair with the magnum of Dom Pérignon x Bvlgari Limited Edition Vintage Rosé 2004 in the wooden case.

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