Viticultural world is in crisis

- 3/3/2013 12:57:40 PM
Until the 1908s, French viticulture was the undisputed, established, international role model, which practically resulted in a French monopoly on quality wine exports. It was a case of noble lineage, established in Gallo-Roman times and developed by Benedictine monks, inventors of the terroir philosophy, which was consolidated by high-principled Cistercian monks who practiced and served it, promoted by the great dukes of Burgundy and by Renaissance agronomists, recognized as such by the Enlightenment Age. There is no reason for this glorious tradition to falter.
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Wine Advocate Editor-in-Chief Robert Parker Steps Down

- 12/16/2012 5:45:32 PM
Robert Parker is bringing massive changes to his wine publication - the Wine Advocate. With the help of three new Asian investors, the operations for Wine Advocate will be soon shifting to Singapore.
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Vranken-Pommery Purchases New Vineyards for €37m

- 12/16/2012 5:43:53 PM
This article is headlining the recent news of Vranken-Pommery investing a substantial amount of €37m on purchasing new vineyard in order to expand its production.
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The Most Sought-After Wines in Hong Kong

- 12/16/2012 5:42:33 PM
This article features the recent news about the wine market in Asia. Hong Kong’s last wine auction of 2012, met with an astonishing reception and reported that it had sold 20% more than its pre-sale estimate, showing the Asian wine market’s massive expansion.
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Libourne Sipping Wine-Tea with China

- 12/16/2012 5:40:50 PM
This article is about the trade agreement that took place between the tea capital of southwest China, Pu’er, and the city of Libourne in Bordeaux. The agreement was made to establish a relationship between the two cities and promote each others products.
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Freezing Temperatures Providing a Promising Eiswein Harvest

- 12/16/2012 5:39:12 PM
This article features the discovery made in Germany about how freezing temperatures provided the purest form of Eisweins, prompting many growers to harvest during colder climates.
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