Consumidor y Mercado

23 marzo, 2016

Los avances científicos de los beneficios del vino con la diabetes en el Congreso Internacional Dieta Mediterránea

Los avances científicos de los beneficios del vino con la diabetes en el Congreso Internacional Dieta Mediterránea

Consumidor y Mercado

22 marzo, 2016

Wine Intelligence ProWein Seminar: Global Consumer Trends and the Wine Category 2016

Many thanks to all those were able to attend to our Seminar Programme at ProWein 2015.Please click below to download the presentation given by COO Richard Halstead, and Dr Gergely Szolnki of Geisenheim University on wine consumers and social media.Category:March 31st, 2015Click here for downloadWine Intelligence ProWein Seminar: Wine Retail Trends in 8 CountriesMany thanks to all those were able to attend to our Seminar Programme at ProWein 2015Please click below to download the presentation given by COO Richard Halstead, on wine retail trends in 8 countries.Category:March 31st, 2015Click here for downloadWine Intelligence ProWein Seminar: Global

Productos y Procesos

22 marzo, 2016

Una científica chilena descubre cómo opera el gen de la levadura que deteriora al vino

Este compuesto genera millonarias pérdidas a la industria vitivinícola con aromas no deseados Ver más…

Ambiente y Sostenibilidad

22 marzo, 2016

‘Tinta de vi’, la culminación de una idea brillante

Las grandes ideas surgen de no rendirse y prueba de ello la puede dar Ladyssenyadora, un estudio de diseño gráfico ubicado en Vilafranca del Penedès (Barcelona) que cautivó a la industria del embalaje con su ‘Tinta de Vi’, una etiqueta desarrollada con tinta de vino que se ha alzado con 3 premios Laus y el reconocimiento profesional del sector del packaging.

Consumidor y Mercado

22 marzo, 2016

Investigadores de China afirman que un compuesto del vino puede acabar con la leucemia

Investigadores de China afirman que un compuesto del vino puede acabar con la leucemia

Consumidor y Mercado

22 marzo, 2016

Wine Intelligence France Seminar: Wine consumption during the “apéritif moment” presentation@ Loire wines trade fair

Many thanks to all those were able to attend to our Seminar Programme at ProWein 2014.Please click below to download notes from the panel moderated by Richard Halstead, COO of Wine Intelligence, this seminar was held in partnership with ProWein and arises from an extensive research project among industry leaders around the world commissioned by ProWein in 2013.Panelists included: Carina Gous, Business Director, Wine at Distell; Massimo Tuzzi, Chief International Officer, Casa Vinicola Zonin; Brenton Fry, Managing Director, Negociants; Sara Norell, Head of Purchasing, Systembolaget; Stephan Linden, Managing Director, Wine in

Ambiente y Sostenibilidad

22 marzo, 2016

Climate change leading to ‘dramatically earlier’ harvests

New research from NASA has found that climate change has led to “dramatically earlier” harvests in countries like France and Switzerland over the last 30 years.

Consumidor y Mercado

22 marzo, 2016

Pét-Nat: When Sparkling Wine Goes Au Naturel

PÉT-NAT MUST BE one of the cutest monikers in the wine world today. The whimsical nickname for pétillant-naturel, a slightly sparkling natural wine, also happens to capture its character best. Softly effervescent, sometimes quite frothy and ranging in style from dry to sweet, pét-nat can be as much fun to drink as it is to pronounce.

Consumidor y Mercado

22 marzo, 2016

Simply Irresistible? “Second-Cheapest” Restaurant Wine in Theory & Practice

Last week I wrote about the theory that you should always order the second-cheapest wine on a restaurant’s list. The second-cheapest wine rule as it is usually explained, is a naive application of game theory to the problem of ordering restaurant wine.The premise is that the restaurant is trying to gouge its wine-drinking customers and that it does this by putting incredibly high mark-ups on the cheapest wine on the list. Diners are drawn to the cheapest wine because of the high general level of wine prices, the theory goes,

Ambiente y Sostenibilidad

22 marzo, 2016

Top wine regions at risk from climate change

Climate change has created gold-medal growing conditions for some of the world’s most renowned wine regions, producing late-season hot spells that help grapes ripen. But the benefits could be short-lived, with Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne no longer able to produce the wines that made them famous. Scientists from NASA and Harvard University have found that global warming has changed the recipe for producing top wine vintages.

Consumidor y Mercado

22 marzo, 2016

Vinitaly 2016 (Verona, Italy)

Vinitaly is the main reference event in the wine sector: more than 4 thousand exhibitors with 155 thousand visitors (56,000 international from 120 countri…

Ambiente y Sostenibilidad

22 marzo, 2016

The Changing Landscape of Wine Bottles

Glass sales strong in spite of widespread imports; plastic makes inroads with major brands

Consumidor y Mercado

22 marzo, 2016

Wine Intelligence ProWein Seminar: Wine Retail Trends in 8 Countries

Many thanks to all those were able to attend to our Seminar Programme at ProWein 2015Please click below to download the presentation given by CEO Lulie Halstead, on global consumer trends and the wine category 2015. Category:CategoryMarch 27th, 2015Click here for downloadWine Intelligence France Seminar: Wine consumption during the “apéritif moment” presentation@ Loire wines trade fairMany thanks to all those were able to attend to our Seminar at Loire Wines Trade FairPlease click below to download the presentation given by our France Director, Jean-Philippe Perrouty on wine consumption during the apéritif

Consumidor y Mercado

21 marzo, 2016

Disposable biosensor for detection of iron (III) in wines

This paper reports the tuning of a fast, disposable, and label-free biosensor forquantification of iron (III) in food liquid samples such as wine. The biosenso. … Finally, recoverypercentages of spiked wine samples were around 100%, showing the high accuracy of method …

Consumidor y Mercado

21 marzo, 2016

?Qu? es el INFOVI?

Interesante informaci?n que publica el Ministerio de Agricultura, Alimentaci?n y Medio Ambiente.

Ambiente y Sostenibilidad

21 marzo, 2016

Apertura de RC 2016

La Agencia Nacional de Promoci n Cient fica y Tecnol gica (ANPCyT), a trav s del Fondo para laInvestigaci n Cient fica y Tecnol gica (FONCyT) y el Fondo Fiduciario de Promoci n de laIndustria del Software (FONSOFT) convoca a las asociaciones cient ficas y tecnol gicas einstituciones de investigaci n p blicas o privadas sin fines de lucro radicadas en el pa s, para laadjudicaci n de subsidios destinados a la financiaci n parcial de reuniones dirigidas a lapromoci n de la investigaci n cient fica o tecnol gica,

Ambiente y Sostenibilidad

21 marzo, 2016

“Carménère Wine Guide

Carménère (“car-men-nair”” is a medium-bodied red wine that originated in Bordeaux, France and now grows almost only in Chile. The wine was saved from extinction when it was mistakenly identified as Merlot and transplanted…

Ambiente y Sostenibilidad

21 marzo, 2016

Resonancia magnética para vinos

… para vinos La estación enológica de Haro adquiere el equipo Wine-ProfilingTM,un método de análisis que permite obtener la “huella dactilar” de un vino es el laboratorio dereferencia para analizar los vinos españoles e introducir sus muestras en una base de datos …

Productos y Procesos

21 marzo, 2016

Grape Globe: Wine in Japan

Grasp the basics of traditional and nonconventional winemaking countries