The Sounds of the Vineyards

Please click here if this mail does not display correctly




H&A : sounds of the vineyards
 Agenda

San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival – November 11th to November 18th 2018


Welcome to the San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival, where sailboats and sandy beaches serve as the backdrop to one of the country’s most talked about weeks in food..

> Read more

Annual CHILL – November 8th 2018

> Read more

 

ROOTSTOCK – November 8th 2018

Join industry leaders as the 2018 harvest season comes to an end at ROOTSTOCK 2018 – the only event of its kind in the industry focused on connecting vineyard practices to wine quality..

> Read more

 

 REPORT

 

All the Ways Wood Affects Your Wine, Explained

> Read more

 

The Garagiste Festival Wins ‘Best Wine Festival’ in USA Today’s 10Best Readers Choice Awards

The Garagiste Festival, which has ignited awareness of the American garagiste winemaker, achieves number one spot as it celebrates its 8th anniversary of showcasing outstanding and under-the-radar California artisan winemakers

> Read more

 


Napa's Long Meadow Ranch Buys Stony Hill Vineyard Winery

 

The deal between two family-owned companies gives the Hall family a famed Chardonnay brand.

> Read more


International Partnerships for Wine Education

> Read more

 


A Vintner’s Quest to Create a Truly American Wine

 

Randall Grahm’s iconoclastic obsession will involve breeding new varietals from scratch and growing them where grapes have never been grown before.

> Read more


 

 Marketing


Weed Searchers Come out of the Woodwork

> Read more


LG launches voice-activated wine cellar

 

Better known for its mobile phones, South Korean electronics giant LG has branched out into wine with a state of the art voice-activated wine cellar.

> Read more


Champagne in space: High-tech bottle gets test flight

Future space tourists may be sipping champagne in orbit if a uniquely designed twin-chambered bottle with "egg cup" glasses proves a success.

> Read more


Wine Corks Market Growth by Opportunities, Application, Driver, Current Trends and Forecast by 2022

> Read more


A New York Winery Is Making Revolutionary Rosé With an Ancient Pedigree

 

Winemaker Jess Johnson spent her summer the way most of us do: with glass after glass of chilled rosé. But her chosen bottle, a 2017 vintage from the Finger Lakes’ Standing Stone Vineyards, is not just any pale, Provencal approximation.

> Read more

 International

 

The German Wine Region You’ve Probably Overlooked

> Read more


Catena Zapata joins La Place

 

Argentine winery Catena Zapata has announced that two of its flagship wines will henceforth be represented in Europe and Asia through merchants in La Place de Bordeaux.

> Read more


 

Here’s Everything You Need to Know about Chilean Wine

> Read more


US-Colombian billionaire buys stake in Petrus – report

 

The owner of Château Petrus has sold a minority stake in the estate to US-Colombian billionaire Alejandro Santo Domingo, according to reports that are sure to cause much discussion in Pomerol and Bordeaux.

> Read more

 

California winemakers brace for latest tariffs from China

> Read more


 EconomY

Wine Intelligence: Australia drives China’s imported wine growth

 

Australia could soon surpass France as China’s biggest source for imported wines with the most recent report by Wine Intelligence affirming the country’s key role in driving China’s imported wine market.

> Read more


 

Canadian wine industry receives government grant

> Read more


Georgian Wine Export Grows by 21%

Georgia’s wine export increased 21 percent in volume, reaching a total of 38.2 million bottles exported to 48 countries in the first 6 months of 2018, according to figures from National Wine Agency.
> Read more

If you don't want to receive the newsletter in future, Click here to unsubscribe