The price of French wine is only partially derived from the wines objective characteristics and is also based on a social process of qualification. In this process, several market actors – wine producers, distributors, experts, journalists, industry associations, marketing specialists and consumers – participate in establishing the qualities of French wine. As a result, what qualifies as quality often depends on the social class and status position of the consumer.
Los cambios en la legislación para exigir un mayor grado de información en las etiquetas de los alimentos y bebidas contribuirán a disminuir las cifras del fraude alimentario en la UE…
February 2016 Ciatti World Report + Pricing
La periodista vinícola Patricia Langton destaca la influencia de un verano caluroso sobre la cosecha
Aunque el consumo de vinos premium es limitado, representa un importante caudal de ingresos para las bodegas, además de constituir un símbolo de prestigio. Los principales drivers del mercado. Ver más…
Trabajo de investigación: Caracterización varietal de vinos tintos por HPLC
Las diferencias más importantes en el precio por botella de vino en los principales países consumidores del mundo En el mundo, se paga de media por litro de vino 9,06€, es decir, un 8% más que en 2010 y un 2% que en 2014. En la presente tabla, se observan diferencias importantes en el precio medio por litro de vino en el mundo. Los países en los que más se paga por litro de vino son Irlanda, Noruega, India, Corea del Sur y Nueva Zelanda, con un precio de 17,94€,
When I started to work in development cooperation in the late 1980s, one-third of EU agricultural subsidies—about 10 billion euros annually (equivalent to about 17 billion euros today”—were spent on export subsidies. The EU Common Agricultural Policy was a central planning system with administratively fixed intervention prices for major commodities, huge stocks of cereals and milk products, and high import tariffs. It felt like the West’s imitation of Soviet-style central planning. Paradoxically, despite a sharp increase in subsidies, farmers kept complaining. The main reason being that the EU intervention agencies
Amidst one of the worst droughts in California history, winemakers are getting creative in the way they grow water intensive crops in order to maintain production, profit and drinking demand
IMAGINE ORDERING a glass of wine at a bar and having it served at the perfect temperature and tasting consistently the same, time after time. Four years ago, the wine-on-tap category was just emerging. Thanks to enthusiasm from wineries and growing interest from restaurants, more than 3,900 locations in 49 states now offer it, nearly double the number of locations of two years ago.
The use of evaporative cooling in vineyards during hot weather isn’t a new concept, but researchers in Australia are testing a new method that could help vines better withstand the heat.“What we are doing differently is only turning on the under-canopy sprinklers at night during heatwave events,” explains Mike McCarthy, principal scientist with the South Australian Research Development Institute.There is no daytime cooling at all, and at night, the sprinklers are pulsed on and off three or four times from after sunset until dawn.“The working hypothesis is that we are
The wine market in Europe is expected to decline during the forecast period because of the region’s falling production of grapes and rising consumption of wine in other regions.
In the latest episode to appear on db, December 2014 saw the Wine Explorers land in Brazil to see what vinous delights it had to offer.
A high-tech winery in California’;s Napa Valley is using a process called sono-densitometry – a technology used in the submarine industry – to control the fermentation of its wines.
WHILE THE CURRENT VINTAGE is an immediate focus for grapegrowers and viticulturist, there is also lots of industry development for smart operators to keep track of. In this Grapegrower & Winemaker magazine article, Sam Bowman explores the latest in vineyard machinery and reports on what could work well in Australia and what will make good economic sense for growers and managers.
¿Qué son los vinos de maceración carbónica?
Canada’s chief public health officer has released a report on alcohol consumption and it suggests that 80 per cent of Canadians drink.
An Associated Press review of federal and state enforcement data and other records revealed that the pesticide-safety system is riddled with problems.
Peer into the crystal ball with the help of Euromonitor International’;s Spiros Malandrakis to see the six key drinks trends that will define 2016.
The Canadian dollar gained more than a full cent today, closing at 72.61 cents US, up 1.32 cents from Thursday. It was the loonie’s first finish above 72 cents US since the start of the year.