Las altas temperaturas de la época estival afectan de manera muy relevante a los viñedos pudiendo favorecer la calidad de la vendimia
Experts at upcoming packaging conference will share new innovations and tips on bottling
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Global Market Report July 2017
ESCA AND GRAPE TRUNK DISEASES – End User Flyer
‘Chateau cardboard’ is the dismissive nickname, ascribed to the Aussies, for bag-in-box wine. But there are sensible reasons to buy it, especially if you’re off on holiday, or to a festival, by car or train.
La evolución de la cultura alimentaria y vinícola de Australia ha desencadenado una de las tendencias más sugerentes en muchos años.
It may be suggested that RV could be used as a therapeutic agent in the treatment of vascular complications associated with hypertension and hypertrophy.
“For the past fifteen years, water quality has been our major challenge”
The ancient winemaking country of Georgia exported around 31.5 million bottles of wines worth about US$70.5 million to 44 countries in the first six months of the year, representing a 59% increase in volume and a 51% jump in value compared with the same period last year.
Low rainfall in June has hit Australia’s wheat production and a stronger Australian dollar is hurting wine exports.
The main reason behind the growing sales of wine barrel is the rising demand for wine across the globe, states Transparency Market Research (TMR) in a research report. The report is titled, “Wine Barrel Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2017 – 2025.”
Globalisation, climate change and digitisation in focus at the 63rd German Winegrowers’ Congress; Machine demonstrations show everyday practice directly at the trade fair
Under the 2014 Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, local groundwater agencies-known as GSAs-had to be formed by June 30 for basins or sub-basins classified by the state as medium or high priority because of the importance of groundwater in those basins.
The corporate landscape has become increasingly unequal, with the most productive firms thriving and the least productive ones failing to keep up. This matters not just for economic growth but also for inequality: Our research shows that as they grow apart in productivity, firms are also becoming more unequal in how much they pay workers. Other research has documented that the pay gap between firms is contributing to increased income inequality, but our work makes two additional contributions. First, we use new OECD data that is representative of the whole population
Main results of the web platform are expressed in kWh/liters of wine, or liters of water/liters of wine, for example, parameters that are useful for the generation of opportunities to improve best practices in the industry of wine.
Speaking to db in a recent interview, Simon Cairns, head of beers wines and spirits at The Co-op, said the retailer was increasingly adapting the language it uses around its wine, as dialogue with its members became increasingly important.
A fine wine has an ideal balance of ingredients. Too much or too little of a component could mean the difference between a wine with a sweet and fruity aroma and one that smells like wet newspaper. To help wineries avoid off-aromas, a team reports a sensitive device for detecting a compound that can affect the beverage’s fragrance. Source, Science Daily.
Amazon, Alibaba o JD.com jugarán un papel protagonista en la comercialización de vinos españoles gracias a la creación de tiendas específicas que se abren a millones de consumidores en todo el mundo.
The women of Central Otago’s wine industry will this week prove viticulture is no longer just a man’s game. Of the eight competitors in the Central Otago Young Viticulturist of the Year contest in Cromwell tomorrow, five are women. This is the most of any New Zealand region since the competition began in 2006. Source, The Otago Daily Times.