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10/15/18

Si è svolta a Milano la prima edizione del "Milano Wine Business Forum", la giornata istituzionale organizzata da Lievita, la format house del mondo enogastronomico parte del Gruppo SG Company, ha visto la nascita di un nuovo percorso dedicato al mondo del vino con la formulazione di un documento conclusivo consegnato al Ministro delle Politiche Agricole Alimentari e Forestali e del Turismo Gian Marco Centinaio.

10/15/18

A new research lab has been set up by China and France that will enable 30 researchers and scientists to look into the creation of new grape varieties that are better adapted to climate change.

10/15/18

Its new 37.5% abv tipple is infused with ginger and botanicals

10/15/18

Rare, 18th and 19th century Madeiras, hidden during Prohibition, are going on sale at Christie's.

10/15/18

Blue-moon territory: the chance to taste all of the Bordeaux First Growths, plus Pavie, Angélus, Ausone, Cheval Blanc and Petrus, at 20 years old. With Yquem thrown in for luck. Twice in two days. In two southern Chinese cities: Shenzhen and Nanning. My thanks to trilingual China-based educator Julien Boulard of Zhulian Wines and his team for this singular opportunity.

10/15/18

During a masterclass in London last month, Stefano Ferrante, head winemaker at leading Italian sparkling wine producer Zonin1821, told attendees that most Prosecco drinkers 'don't care' if the fizz is DOC or DOCG.

10/15/18

As early as July, English wine producers were nailing their colours to the mast and enthusing about the 2018. Bob Lindo, who has been making wine at Camel Valley in Cornwall for just shy of 30 years, told db at the time that he'd never seen such a good vintage with no frost and 100% fruit set.

10/15/18

A 73-year-old bottle of French Burgundy became the most expensive bottle of wine ever sold at auction, fetching $558,000 on Saturday.

10/15/18

Kingsland Drinks has called for the trade to do more to tap into the modest value growth in sales witnessed over the summer, with innovation and new formats key to winning over new drinkers in the wine category.

10/15/18

10/15/18

Familia Torres' new winery addresses climate change concerns.

10/15/18

This weekend, Caucasus University announced that it will expand, opening a new campus in the town of Gurjaani to be called 'Caucasus Wine University,' which plans to accept its first class of students in the 2020-2021 academic year.

10/04/18

It appeared that Denis Durantou had not informed the producers' organisation of the work, despite the fact they he is legally bound to do so. If there is proven damage to the soil, the ability of a plot to produce appellation wine may be irreparably lost.

10/04/18

The winery L'enoteca Zanardo Giussano in Conegliano, Veneto, posted footage of the Sept. 25 incident on Facebook. It shows a cart standing underneath the tank as it spills a massive amount of wine, with no signs of stopping. According to the post, the overflow was the result of overfilling the silos.

09/20/18

Villa Matilde is known for producing premium quality classic Campania wines. Founded in 1961 by Francesco Avallone, the estate is recognized as a pioneer in the region for having revived the ancient Falerno grapes, wiped out by phylloxera in the late 1800s.

09/10/18

"A recent ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU; Luxembourg) classifies genome-edited plants as genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and thus subjects them to prohibitive pre-market risk evaluations. This decision not only ignores the science of agricultural improvement but almost certainly will impede developments that would enhance the sustainability of agriculture and world food security. As geneticists who have been involved for many years in genome editing (D.C. and F.D.U.) and crop improvement (P.C.R.), we are gravely concerned by the decision"

09/06/18

The Champagne region of France has announced the start dates for the 2018 harvest, with several villages commencing harvest gradually. The start dates vary by each village and grape varietal, ensuring that every plot is picked at the optimal ripeness. Every year, all the grapes are handpicked-part of the Champagne appellation's strict regulations and one of the key steps to producing the unique, high-quality sparkling wine that comes only from Champagne, France.

09/05/18

Gewürztraminer Epokale 2009 is the first Robert Parker 100-point wine outside Tuscany and Piedmont. "A historic result for Alto Adige region".

09/04/18

Now in its 10th year, the World Bulk Wine Exhibition in Amsterdam continues to draw the world's largest producers, brokers and buyers of bulk wine but representatives of smaller wineries looking to join the global market account for a growing share of the more than 6,000 attendees expected at the show that will take place Nov. 26-27 in Amsterdam

08/17/18

The top chef, whose restaurants hold a cumulative 21 Michelin stars, was ousted from his position after he lost the tender to run the Jules Verne, as well as a brasserie on the first floor and snack counters, to fellow chefs Frederic Anton and Thierry Marx

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