The overall goal in natural wine production is to have as little human intervention as possible in the journey from the vineyard to the wine.
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From my years researching wine chemistry and wine oxidation, I know making every attempt to minimise contact between wine and oxygen is vital. Sealing the bottle is essential.
Many in the EU are wary of the motivations of Chinese companies investing in Europe. New research shows the many reasons behind these investments.
Rosé has become one of the millenials’ favorite drinks in just a few years. Why?
The millennials have boosted rosé consumption: in the United States alone, 65% of them declare themselves “rosé drinkers”. How can this overall success be explained?
How to select your next wine bottle? Turn to an expert? Yes? But which expert?!
Do you turn to a wine expert to help you chose your bottle of wine? Wine experts may have different evaluations depending on the school of thought in which they were trained.
While Champagne seems eternal and unchanging, its fame is in fact the product of four founding myths. These have shaped its identity and the images now associated with its consumption.
Some research studies have found light to moderate drinking to be protective of heart health; others have found long term drinking to be damaging.
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Is a glass or two of red wine good for your heart? What about your cholesterol and blood pressure? Our experts explain the controversies.
Eymet, a small village in the Perigord, is home to hundreds of British people.
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While people from many nations have chosen to make their home in France, the British were among the first and remain the most numerous.
Vinyards in the Sancerre wine-growing region of France.
The latest figures on the world wine market confirm that the industry is undergoing considerable change, with European countries finding their positions and strategies challenged by the new world..
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In the story of Manhattan’s Le Pavillon and its irascible manager, a food historian sees the rise and fall of French cuisine in America.
Wine has been adapting since the Little Ice Age.
Wine lovers can rest assured. Wine will adapt to climate change.
Droughts have traditionally yielded good vintages in France, but changing conditions are forcing wine growers to adapt.
Using historical records, researchers determine that wine harvests are happening earlier in France and that the changing climate could make it harder to grow in today’s wine regions.
In the Champagne region, near Épernay, at the end of the day.
Digital-media tools such as augmented reality, apps and online games have a vast potential to reinvigorate communication about wine.
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Plans to store more carbon in French soil could have a massive impact on the country’s emissions – if they can pull it off.
Australia’s most prized wine is in the sights of a corporate raider, but the other brands could be at risk.
Penfolds Grange is in the news again, a month after a 1959 bottle of Australia’s most iconic wine figured in the resignation of New South Wales premier Barry O’Farrell. This time it is attracting attention…