Technology and Wine : a good association ?
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The question here is to discover and measure the influence of new technologies on a traditional and ancestral process : the wine process and to what extent they affect the production, the distribution and even the consumption of this incredible product.
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New way to identify 'smoked' grapes and wines

New way to identify 'smoked' grapes and wines | Technology and Wine : a good association ? | Scoop.it
New way to identify 'smoked' grapes and wines. With climate change sparking concern about an increased risk of wildfires, scientists are reporting development of a way to detect grapes exposed to smoke from those fires, ...
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Valentine Nantillet's comment, April 13, 2013 4:14 AM
Crazy to think how technology can be used in every single matter of our life !
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Winemakers blend tradition and technology - USA TODAY

Winemakers blend tradition and technology - USA TODAY | Technology and Wine : a good association ? | Scoop.it
Winemakers blend tradition and technologyUSA TODAYWhile more wineries are adopting new technologies, the transition has been far from speedy. "The wine industry, generally speaking, is slow to adapt to technology," says Penn.

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San Vino (Wine Fight)

San Vino (Wine Fight) | Technology and Wine : a good association ? | Scoop.it
A wine fight?! Stoke Travel offers trips to quite possibly the best, and most under-rated festival in Europe! Get soaked in wine with us....!
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Un festival au coeur de société basque ! 

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T.J. Rodgers completes world's first wireless wine fermentation ...

T.J. Rodgers completes world's first wireless wine fermentation ... | Technology and Wine : a good association ? | Scoop.it
In another advance for innovative winemaking, students and faculty at the University of California, Davis, are now processing wine with the world's first wireless fermentation system, thanks. ...
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3 New Technologies to Make Shopping More Interactive

3 New Technologies to Make Shopping More Interactive | Technology and Wine : a good association ? | Scoop.it
Experts weigh in on new technologies from virtual greeters, to mirrors that give fashion advice, and touch screens loaded with information.

 

Shoppers are entering a brave new world of retail technology that they could find appealing -- or annoying.

 

Stores hope to catch customers' attention and improve the buying experience with interactive devices such as holographic store greeters and mirrors that dispense fashion advice. While these technologies may be eye catching, consumers could find them gimmicky, even irritating.

 

"The more technology, the more you must compensate for it with a human touch," says Patricia Aburdene, author of Megatrends 2010: The Rise of Conscious Capitalism (Hampton Roads Publishing, 2010). "Technology for its own sake [can be] technology overkill. High tech/high touch is an exquisite balance of technology in service to the human experience of sensuality."

 

Louis Rosas-Guyon, president of R-Squared Computing, a business technology consulting company, and author of Nearly Free IT for Micro and Small Business (Heroic Cow Publishing, 2009), judges the merits of retail technology on five criteria: convenience, speed, accessibility, advertising-free information and soft selling. "My ideal shopping experience is like a caveman hunting: find my prey, acquire/kill it, and then take it home hanging from my spear, singing songs of victory," he says. "Any technology that helps me be more efficient when I shop is a winner in my book."

 

Here are three new retail technologies and the experts' opinion of them.


 

 

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#WBIS – Wine Business Innovation Summit

#WBIS – Wine Business Innovation Summit | Technology and Wine : a good association ? | Scoop.it

| Disruptive Wine Business Approach aiming at encouraging innovation, disruptive thinking and new technologies in the wine world with a down-to-the-ground business awareness and special attention given to the consumer‘s needs.

 

Brussels January 19th 2013


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Vin : la plus haute technologie au service de la vigne

Florence Cathiard, PDG du Château Smith Haut Lafitte, revient sur l'arsenal technologique du domaine, soit autant d'outils de pointe au service de la vigne. ...
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Click, swirl, sip? Interest in online wine surges

Click, swirl, sip? Interest in online wine surges | Technology and Wine : a good association ? | Scoop.it
Online wine options are everywhere, from flash sale sites like Lot18 offering daily deals to Facebook prodding you to send a little something for Aunt Suzy's birthday. And now there's a new generation of startups such as Club ...
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Wine science in SA to be boosted

Wine science in SA to be boosted | Technology and Wine : a good association ? | Scoop.it
The new endeavour is funded through the South African Research Chair Initiative (SARChI) programme of the national Department of Science and Technology and the National Research Foundation. The SARChI programme ...
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