Consumers need to get behind the agricultural sector to support the true costs of sustainability, and the wine industry is uniquely placed to advance this message, but there is still a long way to go.
Grape growers preparing for spotted lantern fly, which has created havoc on the East Coast and is likely headed west.
El cambio climático está llevando un incremento de temperaturas y reducción de lluvia. Estos efectos pueden dar lugar a vinos de mayor graduación alcohólica y menos acidez. Además, la viticultura que se ha ido realizando en los últimos años ha conducido a un empobrecimiento en el número de variedades de vid cultivadas y por lo tanto, una erosión genética del cultivo…
Estudio sobre el mercado del vino en Noruega (datos 2006 – 2018″. Tras presentar la definición y características del sector, analiza la oferta y la demanda, así como los precios y la percepción del producto español. Informa sobre los canales de distribución, el acceso al mercado, las perspectivas y las oportunidades del sector. Recoge información práctica y otros datos de interés. A pesar de presentar ciertas peculiaridades y restricciones, Noruega es un mercado con un elevadísimo poder adquisitivo y con un interesante tamaño relativo, por lo que resulta de interés
An intense heatwave struck Europe in the final days of June, with temperatures of 40°C (104°F» and above in some areas – records tumbled, sometimes by big margins. Leaves and emerging clusters in parts of the Languedoc were charred by the heat and/or blown away by hot, 50kph winds – nicknamed ‘the hairdryer effect’. That said, the impact elsewhere – in the rest of France, and the growing regions of Spain and Italy – was limited. La Mancha’s main concern is drought risk: rain has not fallen in the region
Speaking at Concha y Toro’s recent seminar on sustainability in London, Adam Black, director of energy at Greencroft Bottling Company, part of the Lanchester Group, argued that companies needed to be creative in their approach to sustainability, and thoughtful about how they approach their commercial business, not only to be ethical, but to gain a competitive advantage.
Le 10 juillet, des entreprises et des chercheurs ont présenté les dernières technologies de lagriculture de précision au Mas Numérique. Focus sur trois…
Considering how much of the wine market natural wines actually account for then they arguably get more than their fair share of air time. But for those that make, support and promote natural wine that is well, only, natural as these are the wines that allow winemakers to make wine in the most responsible, environmentally-friendly way possible. Factors that now mean so much more to consumers. At least that was the argument made at the recent MUST Fermenting Wine conference in Portugal, as Richard Siddle reports.
Disruption has been spearheading innovation when it comes to packaging wine, from cans to no-cork closures. And in Texas, where size matters, a new kid on the block is busting out. Enter Park Cities entrepreneur Jimmy Gallivan, CEO of Crazy Beautiful Wines, a new brand of 1-liter wine bottles. A third larger than a standard 750-milliliter bottle, the 1-liter has long been a trendy size in wine bars in Brooklyn and San Francisco.
As many as 20% of UK adults now do not drink alcohol, according to the latest British Lifestyles report from Mintel. At the same time, 47% of those who do drink alcohol have cut back their consumption.
La tecnología inteligente permitirá ver la etiqueta de un vino en el idioma que escojamos
AB InBev closed last week on the last remaining shares of Babe Wine, a positive move, Rannekleiv said. The deal puts marketing support, dollars and muscle behind Babe Wine, a brand that has attracted younger consumers into the market. Z X ventures, the innovation division of AB InBev, has 1,500 employees who try to figure out ways to build brands with younger consumers, Rannekleiv said. But what are the common traits of successful brands like Babe Wine? These companies have a «clear sense of identity,» Rannekleiv said. They are different
hace 7 horas – Keywords: low-ethanol wines; sequential culture; Hanseniaspora uvarum yeast; … of non-Saccharomyces yeasts has become a common trend in the main wine …»
Las amenazas al vino español: los aranceles de Trump y el ‘brexit’
Rabo AgriFinance recently opened 10 offices in California as part of the transfer of the food, agriculture, renewable energy and wine loan portfolios from Rabobank, N.A.
Today, one gold standard of an oak-aged wine is Garrus, from Chateau d’Esclans. The wine is made from a blend of primarily Grenache, Vermentino, and Syrah grapes grown on the estate, harvested from vines over 80 years of age. Roughly 90% of the wine is made from free-run juice, and the wine is barrel-fermented in both new and two-year-old French demi-muids.
Tecnología de extracción basada en ultrasonido reutiliza residuos de la industria vitivinícola
Verallia presenta, junto a la consultora parisina Carlin, el nuevo libro de las tendencias en envases de vidrio. En él se revelan los diseños de envases más vanguardistas para 2020. El manual recoge también una serie de ideas para decoración, así como nuevas formas para las botellas…
UK supermarket Sainsbury’s is reportedly targeting the lucrative commuter traffic by partnering with stationer and bookstore WHSmiths to supply booze at the stationer’s Victoria station outlet.
Bosch Packaging Technology will demonstrate its single source bag-in-box system expertise, which covers the entire line from bagmaker and settler to product handling, endload cartoner and case packer.