Wine Industry News

August, 28, 2019 EU GRANTS ABSINTHE PROTECTED GEOGRAPHICAL STATUS

(TDB) - Absinthe, the green spirit once banned in France for 80 years, has been granted protected geographic status after a 15-year battle launched by producers in the commune of Pontarlier. he new geographical indication, given the green light earlier this month, protects the phrase ‘Absi...

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August, 28, 2019 Is natural wine better for you?

(Today) - This National Red Wine Day, the 3rd hour of TODAY anchors try natural wine, which is growing in popularity at restaurants. Natural wine is said to be made with organic grass and has less additives than regular wine. ...

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August, 28, 2019 Red wine is good for gut health, study finds

(FoxNews) - Good news, red wine lovers: An occasional glass of the beloved beverage could be good for your gut health, a  study  published this week found. The study, published Wednesday in the journal Gastroenterology and led by researchers with King’s College London, found that...

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August, 25, 2019 Trump's proposed European tariffs could be painful for Americans who love cheese, wine, and olive oil, and industry experts esti

(BusinessInsider) - There might be some sad news in the near future for cheese and wine lovers — not to mention close to 100,000 workers in those industries.  The US has  proposed retaliatory tariffs  on dozens of European products in response to the European Union's subsidi...

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August, 25, 2019 Has This $3,500 Bottle of Wine Just Set the New Bar for Napa Cabernet?

(RobbReport) - Snatch a glimpse of  Stones Wines  owner Lawrence Fairchild’s ankles and you’ll see he’s wearing Basquiat socks with his designer sneakers. His leather jacket is worn in just so. Silver Yurman rings mark his hands, and his messenger bag is a Louis Vui...

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August, 19, 2019 10 wine towns off the beaten path

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August, 19, 2019 The latest casualty of Trump’s trade war with China? California wine

(LATimes) - Hank Wetzel’s vineyards stretch to the horizon, a swath of green straddling Sonoma County’s Russian River, farmed by generations of Wetzels for half a century. It is a long way from Shanghai. Nonetheless, seated outside his tasting room on a recent morning, the 68-year...

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August, 19, 2019 How Portugal Became the Epicenter of Sustainability for the Wine Industry

(Fortune) - While climate change is affecting every industry across the globe, the agricultural sector—wine in particular—is reeling from it. Wine growers constantly face new adversaries in the vineyard—such as hailstorms, heat waves, and disease pressure—that are unpredicta...

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