Behaviour modifying pheromones are well known agents for disrupting mating communication of pest insects. For optimal activity, they must be dispensed in time and space at a quantitatively measurable, predetermined release rate covering the flight…
Il mercato danese del vino, che ben si esprime con le importazioni data la mancanza di produzione locale, è rimasto stabile nel 2015. Le importazioni di 565 milioni di euro sono state dell’1% superiori al 2014 e sono cresciute al ritmo del 3% negli ultimi 5 anni, mentre si sta manifestando un calo dei volumi importati. Nel 2015 il volume acquistato dai danesi è sceso del 4% a 1.87 milioni di ettolitri, dopo un calo corrispondente del 2014. I cambi non hanno avuto un impatto importante: la corona danese è
The South Africa 2016 wine grape harvest is set to…
With warmer winters and drier summers, climate change might even be having an effect on your favourite bottle of wine. Winemakers are already witnessing changes. In France, the Burgundy region had its driest July in 66 years in 2015, while Italian producers are planting different grape varieties due to more intense summers.
Record-setting heat during April kick-started the 2016 vintage in the Pacific Northwest wine industry, with the Walla Walla Valley recording nearly twice as many growing degree days during the same month of last year’s historically hot season.
Britain’s burgeoning wine industry is facing a new “catastrophic” scenario over a failure to replace pesticide products whose approval has been revoked, the UK Vineyards Association (UKVA) as warned. “The toolbox is rapidly diminishing and at the same time resistance to the ones in use [mainly herbicides and fungicides] is growing; we are heading towards a catastrophically high risk scenario,” Chris Cooper, the UKVA’s pesticides expert said.
Wineries producing less than 2,500 cases, DtC sales accounted for 74% of their revenues. Those producing 5,000 cases or less derived roughly 68% of their revenues from direct sales
Según un estudio realizado por investigadores del Centro de Investigaciones Científicas y Tecnológicas de Extremadura (Cicytex) elevar la altura de vegetación del viñedo incrementa la concentración de azúcar en la uva. Este trabajo ha sido distinguido con el XXVI Premio José Luis Mesías Iglesias de Investigación sobre Viticultura y Enología. Investigadores del Centro de Investigaciones Científicas y Tecnológicas de Extremadura […
South Africa’s wine-grape crop will probably be the smallest since 2011 after El Nino caused excess heat and dry weather, industry body VinPro said.
Presentación realizada en EXPOFOODING Madrid, el 5 de mayo de 2016
Australia and South Africa are rivals on the rugby field, where they compete at the highest levels, and on your store’;s wine shelves, too, where they fight for shelf space and consumer attention.It is a good idea to study your opponent to see similarities and differences and that is just what Christo Conradie did earlier this year at the Vinpro Information Day meetings in the Cape Winelands in a talk called “Producer and Winery Realities.” Conradie revealed the results of a study of profitability within South Africa’;s wine industry and the data were
Sales of sparkling wines in the British on and off-trade verged on 900,000 hectolitres for the twelve months ending January 30, 2016, according (…”
Realizada en el X Congreso Nacional de Enoturismo. ALITER, 9 de mayo de 2016.
Interest in more naturally made wines—whether they’re organic, biodynamic, or brandish neither certification—is growing alongside a general consumer shift towards foods that contain fewer artificial, processed ingredients. But when imbibers flip over a wine bottle for more information on what’s inside, they don’t find an ingredient list or a nutrition label. Instead, the tag ‘contains sulfites’ jumps out menacingly. And while most people don’t know exactly what the phrase means, the warning has created a perception that sulfites must be harmful and should be avoided.
MachineryLink Sharing, is the brainchild of a Kansas City company that started about 15 years ago as a traditional combine leasing business
Wine Australia invests $8.5 million in 12 new projects Wine Australia invests $8.5 million in 12 new projects 9 May 2016 Wine Australia will invest $8.5 million over the next 4 years in 12 new research and development (R&D) projects that will help increase demand and the premium paid for Australian wine and increase the grape and wine sector’s competitiveness. Wine Australia Chair Brian Walsh said, ‘We are delighted with the quality of the research projects that we will fund through this round and we look forward to the outcomes
A new generation – called iGeneration – has just turned 21 this past January, and the question is: will they buck the trend and embrace wine, or will they be wooed away by other beverage choices?
Le marché américain s’oriente de plus en plus sur le segment des vins vendus à plus de 10$. Le top 10 des marques d’importation les plus vendues sur segment…
… para los vinos, seguiremos observando etiquetas que contienen una confusiónentre una IG y una DO, como ocurre en la actualidad con expresiones de uso común como “Vallede Colchagua” o “Valle de Casablanca”, donde más allá de la procedencia de las uvas …