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Treasury Wine in $260m writeoff

June, 25, 2014 Treasury Wine in $260m writeoff

(SMH) - Treasury Wine Estates, the maker of Penfolds, Wolf Blass, Rosemount as well as a large portfolio of Australian, US and New Zealand wines, announced this morning it would write off $260 million from its fiscal 2014 full year profit, reflecting historical prices paid for pre-demerger acquisit...

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Barolo vineyards get UNESCO World Heritage status

June, 25, 2014 Barolo vineyards get UNESCO World Heritage status

(Decanter) - Vineyards used to produce Barolo and Barbaresco DOCG wines in Italy's Piedmont region have been granted UNESCO World Heritage status. The World Heritage Committee of the United Nations body, meeting in Doha this week, added the 'vineyard landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monfe...

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Study Identifies Wine Consumer Personalities

June, 24, 2014 Study Identifies Wine Consumer Personalities

(Wines&Vines) - Constellation Brands today rolled out the new and improved version of its long-running Project Genome study that personifies wine consumer groups using demographic segments. In this third phase of the 10-year-old study, the giant publicly traded wine and spirits company fou...

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The Art of Wine

June, 24, 2014 The Art of Wine

(WineMag) -  N early every Californian wine lover knows beloved Scottish poet Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous quote, “Wine is bottled poetry.” His statement adorns Highway 29 as you enter the heart of Napa Valley.  So is what Stevenson wrote true? Is wine poetry?&nbs...

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Napa Grapegrowers Counter Myths about Farmworkers

June, 24, 2014 Napa Grapegrowers Counter Myths about Farmworkers

There are more women and U.S. citizens in Napa's vineyards than you probably thought. With immigration continuing to be a hot-button issue in the United States, the Napa Valley Grapegrowers (NVGG) stepped forward last week to try to correct myths about farmworkers. It is a striking fact tha...

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Green Wine Labels May Send the Wrong Signal

June, 24, 2014 Green Wine Labels May Send the Wrong Signal

(Huffingtonpost) - For some wine lovers, going green means sacrificing quality, according to a recent study conducted by UCLA researchers on eco-labeled wines. Eco-labels (think USDA organic and Energy Star) are part of a growing surge of environmental policies aimed at disclosing information on...

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Denis Dubourdieu buys Chateau Doisy-Dubroca

June, 24, 2014 Denis Dubourdieu buys Chateau Doisy-Dubroca

(Decanter) - Winemaking professor Denis Dubourdieu has reunited two parts of the old Doisy estate in Bordeaux's Sauternes region after buying Chateau Doisy-Dubroca from Berenice Lurton for an undisclosed fee. Doisy-Dubroca is an 1855 classed second growth in the Barsac appellation of Sauternes, ...

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It’s official — wine tastes better with a nice ambiance!

June, 23, 2014 It’s official — wine tastes better with a nice ambiance!

(THS) - Do music and room color have an effect on wine taste? Yes, very much, says a new study. Results of the world’s largest multi-sensory wine experiment revealed that a simple change in color and sound can affect the taste of wine by around 10 percent. ‘Conducting the world’s ...

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