Last month’s publication was dedicated to the VitaBella Luxury Wine’smodel called EDGAR POE. This exclusive report has put an emphasis on the future challenges wine brands will face and how they should now rethink their communication strategy. In 2014, words such as Engagement, Real Time or Owned Media should be related to metrics if wine brands want to perform internationally. In our new February Report – « How much does opinion matter for luxury wines? » ...
Robert Gorjak of Dveri-Pax winery, a mid-size Slovenian winery that produces around 300,000 bottles a year from 75 hectares of land in northwestern Slovenia, was in Hong Kong recently to introduce his wines to Asia....
An exceptional tasting of wines from the 1989 vintage. It has been some four years since I last took a look at 1989 in any depth. Now at age 25 these wines should be in the prime of their lives, at leas...
The Ateliers of Champagne Henri Giraud are pleased to announce the birth of an exceptional rosé Champagne cuvée: Fût de Chêne MV ROSÉ. Its name evokes the cuvée MultiVintage Henri Giraud whose extraordinary success in 2013 makes it now probably the finest "non-vintage" cuvée in Champagne. With an heart made of Pinot Noir AY Grand cru, bottled in September 2006 after a slow maturation in casks made from oak originating in the Argonne forest, this is a genuine Vin de Champagne, which reflects the history of its true origins.
The Force Behind Deutz Champagne. Fabrice Rosset is the heavy who rescued Champagne Deutz, built Louis Roederer’s import arm, and jazzed up the Rhône’s Delas Frêres brand. He opens up to Katherine Cole.
Usually when tasting in Burgundy you are poured a generous sample from the barrel, you sniff, you taste, you write, you spit and then you pour away what remains in your glass into either a spittoon or a mixed slops container.
After publishing pieces on how to get started with Burgundy andBordeaux, we got a few requests to tackle Italian regions, including Piedmont and Tuscany, which really should be no surprise—these Italian regions are seriously complex!
Seen in US magazine EATER, in France with MELTY, in Italy….The international social media buzz of the week regarding wine and Champagne will undoubtedly be this video where you can easily recognize a MultiVintage bottle transported at 2200 meters altitude by a drone.
Unfortunately," says Johannes Leitz, who makes Riesling in the Rheingau area, "most people want to see the word 'dry' on a label, even when the wine itself would taste better with 11 or 12 grams (of sugar) and they would like it more.
California, which produces 90 percent of the nation's wine and is the fourth-largest producer globally, is expected to have the highest rate of sales growth since the recession, according to Silicon Valley Bank's annual State of the Wine Industry...
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