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Anzitutto, Buona Pasqua a tutti. Oggi ci occupiamo del tema della distribuzione del vino e delle tipologie di etichette
“Whether it’s your people or the growers, they all they all want to raise, and they deserve it because they all work hard. But when you can’t move pricing on a particular brand or a style of wine, that makes it difficult”.
Los Angeles-based, canned rosé company announces the close of its seed round of funding led by venture capital firm, Founders Fund
A new study from Germany has revealed positive consumer attitudes towards non alcoholic beverages. Is it time the wine industry took this segment as seriously as the beer industry does?
The alcohol-free drinks market is undergoing a revival. This isn’t the soft drinks market in its traditional sense, but specifically, drinks which replace those where once you might have had alcohol
My Wine Society launched a robust, social engagement platform dedicated to wine for vineyards, vendors, and the global passionate wine community! Praised recently by Apple News and UK Tech News, My Wine Society is breaking the ground by being a millennial focused wine app for the next generation of wine drinkers.
The State of California is currently accepting proposals for the California State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) – a federally funded grant program of the U.S. Small Business Administration to increase exports activities among small businesses.Funding associated with this program will support trade development and enhancement activities that help small businesses enter or expand their exporting activity to foreign markets.
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Our users are looking for quality when it comes to Cabernet – but also some stone-cold bargains.
Domaines Barons de Rothschild, owner of Château Lafite Rothschild and Duhart-Milon, is finally ready to launch its Chinese brand onto the market this autumn its CEO has revealed.
English wine needs to move beyond generic ‘white’ and ‘red’ labelling on the bottle and call out the grape varieties, UK grocery giant Tesco has said, as it launches a new, premium English still wine in its *finest range
Belinda Stone, head of marketing at Castelnau Wine Agencies, has warned against the danger of the Champagne category “resting on its laurels.”
Ever since the early 20th century, Argentina has failed to fully reap the benefits that integrating into the world economy can offer. With exports and imports accounting for less than 30% of GDP, Argentina is significantly less integrated into the… Less Click to access in HTML WEB Click to download PDF – 36.20KB PDF Click to Read online and share READ Export citation BibTEX Endnote Procite Zotero RefWorks Mendeley
It seems to surprise many Americans that there are still prominent remnants of Prohibition throughout the U.S.A. This is not “Neo-Prohibition”, as some Americans like to call it â these are the remnants of the same old Prohibition from the early 20th century.This situation arises from the fact that the USA differs from every other country on the planet, in being a country created from a collection of states rather than a country divided into states. Everywhere else, the national government has all of the power, and it delegates some
What’;s the best way to organize supermarket products to facilitate consumer purchases? Over in the canned vegetable aisle, the system is pretty simple. All the canned green beans there. All the canned corn here. Easy to find what you want. Easy to compare.Over the in the breakfast cereal aisle an entirely different geography applies. The corn flakes are found here, there, and elsewhere, not all in one spot. That’;s because most of the products are organized by producer. All the Post cereals here, all the Chex products over there.Thousands of
Australia’s wine exports have grown significantly to the United Arab Emirates (UAE” in the past 5 years, from $13.6 million in 2013 to $31.1 million in 2018. The UAE is now the eleventh biggest destination for Australian wine exports by value
Note: This article originally appeared in the July 31, 2017, issue of Wine Spectator.It starts small. A couple of bottles stowed in a kitchen rack; a case for your birthday; maybe a splurge on an auction trophy. You taste with friends, broaden your palate, find yourself drawn to specific regions and producers. Before you know it, a closet is overflowing, but your collection is just getting started.Dina Given, a writer and health-care executive living in Lebanon, N.J.—”farm-and-horse country,” she says—began acquiring well-rated yet affordable wines in the mid-2000s, including a
Vinitaly Declares a Focus on $7 Billion China Market
Argentina’s wine industry is riding out the country’s recession on a rise in tourism and exports stemming in part from a cheaper currency that put its world-class products at bargain prices