Wine Industry News

  • More Ways To Market Wine When It's Forbidden To Market Wine

    More Ways To Market Wine When It's Forbidden To Market Wine

    (Forbes) - Regulations against the promotion of alcohol that have been imposed by the Turkish government since June 2013 are meant to impact Turkish people. Wineries can promote themselves outside Turkey, to non-Turks, all they want. The catch is that up to 95% of the wine produced within Turk...
  • Role of trace metals in wine 'reduction'

    Role of trace metals in wine 'reduction'

    (Wines&Vines) - Copper salts have traditionally been added to wines to remove unpleasant volatile sulfur aromas. However, investigations of interactions between metals and volatile sulfur compounds are now revealing that metals can also promote the formation and release of these unwanted aroma ...
  • Wine Tip: Tannins in Wine – How it Feels

    Wine Tip: Tannins in Wine – How it Feels

    (Hottytoddy) - Two readers wrote last week to ask: “What are tannins in wine?” And “Is there such a thing as ‘soft’ tannin, since tannin is an acid?” Although referred to as “tannic acid” by some writers, tannin is not really an acid at all, but an o...
  • Petaluma Gap seeks its own wine appellation

    Petaluma Gap seeks its own wine appellation

    (Petaluma360) - With its sweeping winds and mineral rich soil, Petaluma stands apart from other wine regions in Sonoma County, and that’s just what local winemakers and grape growers are banking on. The Petaluma Gap Winegrowers Alliance has launched a campaign to put the area on the map, the ...
  • Treasury Wine Soars on Pernod’s Reported Interest in Assets

    Treasury Wine Soars on Pernod’s Reported Interest in Assets

    (Bloomberg) - Treasury Wine Estates Ltd. (TWE) surged the most on record in Sydney trading after the Australian newspaper said Pernod Ricard SA (RI) is interested in buying its U.S. assets. The stock jumped as much as 14 percent, the steepest gain since its May 2011 debut. Treasury pared some of t...
  • Jewelry Vs. Wine: Cartier Sues Carter Cellars

    Jewelry Vs. Wine: Cartier Sues Carter Cellars

    (WS) - In what looks like a case of Goliath vs. David, Cartier the jeweler thinks that Carter the wine brand's label is too familiar-looking and is suing the Napa vintner to change its look. The famous jeweler and watchmaker, based in Switzerland, filed suit in U.S. District Court in California...
  • 8 Wine Trends We’re Loving Right Now

    8 Wine Trends We’re Loving Right Now

    (Care2) - The wine industry is surprisingly adaptable for a craft that’s been around for thousands of years. Wine-makers are flexible in modifying their processes to keep up with changing consumer demands and environmental issues. These wine trends are telling examples of the wine industr...

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