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EU Aims to Shake Up Wine Industry With Root-and-branch Reform

...example, we propose for the first time that all EU wines would be allowed to indicate the vintage and the w...(approach) allowing the companies and the European wines to be more competitive both in the internal market and in the external markets," said CEEV head Lamb...

Wine Woos World as Trade Fair Opens

...e the increasing numbers of organic and biodynamic wines -- almost non-existent at Vinexpo 2005 -- as well as issues such as eco-friendly packaging, reducing carbon emissions and sustainable development of vineyards and winemaking. Vinexpo is held every two years, and controversies from the last two shows ...

Go for Russia, Not China, Wine Experts Say

...a at the moment," Singh said. Levels of imported wines in Russia, which fell to 241 million litres of bottled wine in 2006, from 379 million in 2005 -- due to the banning of Moldovan and Georgian wine and the change in a customs stamp required on bottles -- are predicted to soar in 2007. Official Russian...

Wine Packaging: Bag-in-box, Plastic Bottles, Cork Comeback?

...ment, and everyone using aluminium. Even organic wines are going under screw cap," he moaned. Amorim was astounded to see French supermarkets allegedly misinforming customers by telling them screw caps were an eco-friendly option, because cork meant felling trees. Also up for discussion at Vinexpo was th...

Indian Wine Major Indage Celebrates 25th Anniversary

...00 people Saturday savoured different varieties of wines like Chantilli, Ivy and Marquise de Pompadour and participated in events like grape stomping and foot massages with wine. The candles, cakes, ice creams, chocolates, beauty products and even the food that was served had wine in it. "It's awesome....

India is Uncorking Its Wine Market: Expert

...ndia has said it would welcome imports of Spanish wines and collaborations in production if a strong element of "price sensitivity" was introduced. "However, price sensitivity does not necessarily mean selling the cheapest wine," Subhash Arora, president of the Delhi Wine Club, told delegates at the thr...

Yale F&ES Graduation to Offset Gas Linked to Global Warming

...tudents that will feature locally produced organic wines and cheeses, biodegradable plates and recycled napkins. I think this will be a great educational opportunity for our families, said Oversvee. It will give them a taste of the things weve been learning and thinking about for the last two years, and ...

Sea Massage for French Wines

...led out of the bottom of the sea. The Loire valley wines -- all Anjou Village de Brissac-Quince -- had spen... added. "They could well become vin de garde (fine wines that can last up to 40 years in the bottle)." Yannick Heude, local wine shop owner and master of cer...

Bangkok Lures Visitors With Its Growing Gourmet Scene

... nouveau riche are keen to try the finest food and wines at luxury hotels and restaurants across the region. Michael Dreyer, of Singapore-based events manager Koelnmesse that was one of the Gourmet Asia organisers, says wealthy Chinese increasingly fly across the region for a one-night dinner before headin...

Grape Expectations for Healthier Wine

...ed in the wine-making process to produce healthier wines without the added sulphites that can cause asthma ...e a similar problem in that the sulphites added to wines to prolong their shelf-life and allow them to age can make their wines unpalatable to some drinkers....

A Heart-Felt Valentine: Red Wine and White Wine May Be Just as Healthful

... situation led to the conventional belief that red wines and red grape juice are the most heart healthy. Dipak K. Das, of the University Of Connecticut School Of Medicine, headed the study. It was done with colleagues form the University of Milan and several other research institutes in Italy. “Althoug...

Himachal Pradesh Launches Strawberry Wine

... Kinnaur district, which produces some of the best wines in the country. "We have received a large order for the new product from the governments of Goa and Kerala," said C.R.B. Lalit, the company's managing director. HPMC has outlets in all Indian metropolitan cities to sell its processed and varied f...

Celebrating Christmas With Wine – The Elixir of the God

...d to make wines, called ‘vinification’, segregates wines into distinct types. Wines are categorized as ‘spa...n the wine. It is perhaps for this reason, vintage wines are a connoisseurs’ delight, and is costlier than the rest of the class. Red wine, made out of th...

Scientists Trace the Roots of the World's Healthiest Wines

Traditional red wines that belong to the vineyards of France and Italy are decidedly the best for health, scientists say. The bad effects of fatty meals on the heart can be offset by red wine// from South West of France, a novel study has shown. Wines from these region...

Receding Rates of Alcohol Consumption is Becoming the Present Trend

...dations are for moderate drinking – with food – of wines that have a high concentration of the plant chemicals called procyanidins.” Recently, the WHO reports that the ill effect (disease and conditions) of alcohol consumption is almost equivalent to that of tobacco. Thus what is important is to realize ...

Grapes are not sour…

... scientists have found that the grapes in most red wines have a sleep inducing ingredient, melatonin. That’s probably the reason why wine lulls //people to beauty sleep. Melatonin, a sleep hormone is produced by the pineal gland in the brain, which is like a sign board for the body directing it to hit the ...

Festive Tip For Wine Shoppers

... Riesling is by far the favourite of German white wines followed by Mueller-Thurgau and Sylvaner. Spaetburgunder is the most popular red wine although Dornfelder is gaining popularity. Actually, less than half the wine sold in Germany comes from the country's vineyards. 'No other producing country impor...

Red Wine Helps Fight Heart disease

...nt of polyphenols in the wines. The white and rose wines -- which contain little or none of the pigment -- had no effect on endothelin-1 levels. Red grape juice, which has plenty of the pigment, was markedly less potent in reducing endothelin-1 than red wine. The researchers said that something in the wi...

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