Productos y Procesos

2 marzo, 2015

Polyphenols content, phenolics profile and antioxidant activity of organic red wines produced without sulfur dioxide/sulfites addition in comparison to conventional red wines.

Wine exerts beneficial effects on human health when it is drunk with moderation. Nevertheless,wine may also contain components negatively affecting human health. Among these, sulfites may induce adverse effects after ingestion. We examined total polyphenols and flavonoids content, phenolics profile and antioxidant activity of eight organic red wines produced without sulfur dioxide/sulfites addition in comparison to those of eight conventional red wines. Polyphenols and flavonoids content were slightly higher in organic wines in respect to conventional wines, however differences did not reach statistical significance. The phenolic acids profile was quite

Consumidor y Mercado

2 marzo, 2015

FOOD EXPO

Trade Show for Mediterranean Food & Beverages. FOOD EXPO manages to arrange business meetings between targeted foreign buyers and exhibitors

Productos y Procesos

2 marzo, 2015

‘Coravin works’;, says 160 wine professionals

Back in the summer of 2013, Eric Asimov, the celebrated wine critic for The New York Times, reported on a new wine device: “The Coravin… may revolutionize the sorts of wines that restaurants can make available by the glass”.

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2 marzo, 2015

NZ wine sales increase by 19% in North America

WELLINGTON: New Zealand premium wine and an improved economy have boosted by 19 percent in North American sales to 425,000 cases for New Zealand’s largest listed wine company, Delegate Group. The Auckland-based company confirmed record operating profit of $20.5 million for the six months ending December 31, up two per cent from $20.2 million in the previous corresponding period, following a four per cent rise in global case sales to 1.13 million. North America became the company’s biggest market last year ahead of Australia and New Zealand and managing director

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2 marzo, 2015

Optimism for Australian wine industry

After years of struggling to be profitable, Australia’s wine industry is being blessed by a lower local currency and the export opportunity of recently-inked free trade agreements.

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2 marzo, 2015

U.S. Trying (and Failing) to Contain the Spread of European ‘Geographical Indications’ | Cato @ Liberty

One of the European Union s highest priorities in trade negotiations is to globalize its restrictions on the use of place names as generic product descriptions. When they negotiate a trade agreement, they insist that the other country adopt regulations requiring that, for example, all champagne come from Champagne and all parmesan cheese come from Parma. The United States, worried that these rules limit access for U.S. products, is trying to use its own trade agreements to contain the effects of Europe s push to protect geographical indications (GIs) in

Consumidor y Mercado

2 marzo, 2015

VINITALY CHINA – CHENGDU

Wine & Spirits fair In China (Chengdu)

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2 marzo, 2015

AIFE (ASIA INTERNATIONAL IMPORT FOOD EXPOSITION)

International Food Trade Exhibition

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2 marzo, 2015

New Wine from Old Grapes: Innovation in the Eco-Friendly B2C Space

ABSTRACT Despite the upsurge in the need to develop eco-friendly products,few research studies have empirically examined consumers’ preferences for eco-friendlyproducts. We use a choice-based, conjoint analysis method to estimate willingness to pay …

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2 marzo, 2015

Champagne-drinking men are ‘tossers’

Watch out Champagne-drinking men: women don’;t think you’;re successful and sophisticated, but “tossers”, according to a survey by Illicit Encounters, a UK dating site for married people.

Productos y Procesos

2 marzo, 2015

ENOLITECH

Exhibition for Technologies of Viticulture, Enology and of Technologies for Olive Growing Oil Production

Consumidor y Mercado

2 marzo, 2015

WORLD FOOD WARSAW

International Food & Drinks Exhibition

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2 marzo, 2015

INTERVINO KLAGENFURT

Wine fair for southern Austria and the Alps-Adriatic region

Ambiente y Sostenibilidad

2 marzo, 2015

Botellas de vino flexibles: el packaging del futuro llega al sector vitivinícola

Resistente, flexible y sostenible, así es el material plástico desarrollado por la empresa UBE Engineering Plastics, una interesante alternativa para las botellas de vino. ¿Se imagina una botella de vino flexible y resistente? Esta es la innovadora propuesta que la compañía UBE Engineering Plastics ha presentado en el marco de MeetingPack 2015. Según han explicado […

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2 marzo, 2015

Russia refuses to lift EU trade embargo

Russia’s deputy prime minister, Arkady Dvorkovic, has said the country will not cancel the embargo imposed on countries that introduced sanctions on Russia.

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2 marzo, 2015

BEER. WINES. DRINKS

Equipment and Technologies for Winemaking, Liqueur & Vodka Making Industry. National, Fine, Souvenir Wines and Drinks. International Tasting

Productos y Procesos

2 marzo, 2015

Identification of potential protein markers of noble rot infected grapes.

The evaluation of Botrytis cinerea as noble rot on withered grapes is of great importance to predict thewine sensory/organoleptic properties and to manage the winemaking process of Amarone, a passito dry redwine. This report describes the first proteomic analysis of grapes infected by noble rot under withering conditions to identify possible markers of fungal infection. 2-D gel electrophoresis revealed that protein profiles of infected and not infected grape samples are significantly different in terms of number of spots and relative abundance. Protein identification by MS analysis allowed to identify only

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2 marzo, 2015

FOOD-ING INTERNATIONAL

Exhibition and conference on food and beverage ingredients for all sectors of the food and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage industry

Ambiente y Sostenibilidad

28 febrero, 2015

Sonoma County grape growers use technology to battle frost

The new high-tech tools are taking on added importance as bud break has started earlier than normal this year, exposing the North Coast’s $1.5 billion grape crop to the threat of frost damage. Freezing temperatures already have been reported this week, prompting growers to turn on their wind machines and spray their vineyards with water to prevent the tender buds from freezing