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Out of this world. Martian wine anybody??

Out of this world. Martian wine anybody?? | Wine in the World | Scoop.it

You did not read that headline incorrectly. Here's a quick review of 2011 Martian Ranch & Vineyard 'Down to Earth' Grenache Rosé.

 

Only in California! I wonder if I can pick up a bottle of this in Aus or London? Maybe they can beam one down to me???

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Jolly Olly's Californian dreaming

Jolly Olly's Californian dreaming | Wine in the World | Scoop.it

With his usual chipper approach, Olly Smith cruises California.

 

Get a little background on what makes California the heart of the US wine industry, before seeing what Olly recommends for you lucky UK consumers.

 

He's off to the USA filming. Are you off to the bottle shop?

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Treasury 100% sustainable in California

Treasury 100% sustainable in California | Wine in the World | Scoop.it

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) has announced that all of it's Californinan vineyards have been certified as sustainable.

 

This is no small achievement. As the largest wine-only company in the world, it is admirable that they're pushing sustainable farming practices so effectively. If anybody wants proof that you can be good to the land, and to your product, without busting the bank then this is it.

 

They've also admirably cut their energy consumption by around 20% over the past three years.

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The Real Dirt on the Parker Theory and Chateau Al Gore

The Real Dirt on the Parker Theory and Chateau Al Gore | Wine in the World | Scoop.it
The new issue of the Journal of Wine Economics (JWE) leads off with a fascinating article by Julian M. Alston, Kate B. Fuller, James T. Lapsley and George Soleas titled “Too Much of a Good ...

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