Weekly Wine News Roundup
Week of November 5, 2010
Welcome to the Weekly Wine News Roundup
Each week, we'll be bringing you a collection of interesting and compelling wine content from around the web.
Included in this week's post you'll find:
- New Zealand wines that display carbon emissions
- Tips for bringing back wine on your international travels
- Some interesting wine label designs
- A report from the 2010 European Wine Bloggers Conference
- A teaser video for James Suckling's "Searching for Perfection"
Kiwi wine to display carbon emissions, by the glass (Decanter)
Published on: November 1, 2010
A New Zealand wine will be the first to display its carbon emissions by the individual glass serving. Each bottle of Mobius Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc will display its carbon emissions, per 125ml glass, on the label....
Published on: November 3, 2010
Amazing Wine Labels – The design of a wine label can make or break the success of a new wine introduced to the market. Even beyond the quality of the wine itself, the label plays a primary role in the purchasing decisions of customers...
Published on: November 2, 2010
Vienna was recently the host of the 2010 European Wine Bloggers Conference. About 200 bloggers from 30 countries gathered at the Schonbrunn Palace Orangerie for two days of meetings and speakers highlighting trends in digital media, blogging, wine criticism and more...
And last but not least this week is the much talked about sequel to James Sucking's teaser video: I'm here. Now whether or not James actually knows where he is may be debatable, the video preamble spoke of wine discoveries yet Suckling walks us through the most famous, and most expensive, vineyards he has access to...
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