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WOMEN empowerment and peer support in the wine industry: community and resilience

WOMEN empowerment and peer support in the wine industry: community and resilience | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it

Whether they are winemakers, winery owners, cellar managers or sommeliers, women entrepreneurs are increasingly entering the wine industry, evolving in this traditionally masculine world. This trend is noticeable in both the old world and new world wine-producing countries.
Over the last three years, we conducted several studies and conferences in South Africa and France that provided a range of observations and analysis.

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Lockdown wine consumption increase in Spain, France, Italy and Portugal

Lockdown wine consumption increase in Spain, France, Italy and Portugal | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it
A European study released on 25 May concluded that the frequency of wine consumption “increased markedly” in Spain, France, Italy and Portugal during the lockdown period.
Promoted by the European Association of Wine Economists (EUAWE) and the Wine and Spirits Chair at the University of Bordeaux, the survey aimed to understand how confinement, during the Covid-19 pandemic, affected the behaviour of European wine consumers.
Portugal participated in this work through João Rebelo, Researcher at the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD), in Vila Real, and vice-president of EUAWE.
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Malta: Drought dries up grape production

Malta: Drought dries up grape production | CIHEAM Press Review | Scoop.it
This year’s grape harvest was 25% lower than the average crop yield because of the very little rain, with the rain being so abundant the few times it poured that it actually did more harm than good, according to one of Malta’s main wine producers.
Marsovin chief executive Jeremy Cassar sai
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