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  • We hear a lot of talk about organic and biodynamic wine but do we understand its importance in the world of wine? And its impact on the planet? It’s pretty big picture stuff. In the early 1920’s, a group of farmers, concerned with the decline in the health of soil, plants and animals (yes, even back then it was a concern) worked with Rudolph Ste... Read More

    From the article Why Organic and Biodynamic Wines Matter

  • Still in the Completely Different realm--well, at least, different enough. ... ...  I found this little bio on him which says that the name was picked "to symbolize the life blood of the Valley."Notice that Phil Gregory is identified on the label as the winemaker, and it appears to be signed with a gold sharpie.  It may be printed on. I don't ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic And now for something...

  • Newsweek  contributor Lucy Shaw quickly discovered the devil was in the ... the ... southern regions of Bio Bio and Malleco have their own weather issues – gale-force wines and torrential rain,” she wrote.  Shaw's article concluded with a narrative about her visit to Adolfo Hurtado's Cono Sur, a pinot noir specialist. “(Hurtado) is so passion... Read More

    From the article Newsweek Pays a Visit To Chile's Wine Country

  • According to numbers released yesterday by international wine industry website ... is leading the way in global bio wine production as Italy and France play catch-up. “Unsurprisingly, global production of organic wine is dominated by the world's three largest wine producing nations: Spain, Italy and France,” the article said. “These three coun... Read More

    From the article Spain Dominates Bio Wine Industry

  • A quintet of companies related to the wine world were honored with the Wine ... the winners was BioFiltro, a wastewater system developed in Chile and now used in North America and New Zealand. According to BioFiltro's website, the system is used by the city of Firebaugh, Calif.  “It's a biological system that utilizes worms and the castings of ... Read More

    From the article Five "Innovators" Honored at WINnovation Awards

  • Australia's governing wine body has decided its time to step up the wine ... ... weather, how to handle bio-security threats, how to manage pests and diseases, continued investment “in improved vineyard and winery performance,” continued free-trade dialogue, to continue the wine and health debate, and to recruit talented people to their wine ... Read More

    From the article Australia Wine Bosses Release Plan To Boost Oz Success

  • One Master of Wine is taking the reins of Wine Australia's United Kingdom ... qualification,” the bio reads. “I often say I spit for a living as my team of three are constantly tasting and blending new wines on a daily basis.” In an interview with Tesco, she was asked what she would be if she was a bottle of wine. “I would be a Champagne,” she... Read More

    From the article MW To Join Australian Wine Team

  • A quartet of Chinese researchers published earlier this week in BioMed Research International’s journal a study which explores the effects of resveratrol, a chemical found in grape skin and grape seeds, on Alzheimer's disease. The researchers concluded that resveratrol may be an effective tool in providing treatment for Alzheimer's. “Resveratrol... Read More

    From the article Reaserchers: Wine As Therapy for Alzheimer's?

  • Wines aren't the only thing going green. Nomacorc, an intentional ... ... ... States for their Select Bio Series of closures. The company's Select Bio closures claim to leave a zero-carbon footprint, a first in the cork corner of the wine world. The company also states that they incorporate technology which allows for varying levels of oxygen... Read More

    From the article Put A Cork In It: Renewable Closures Scoring Big in 2014

  • A wine researcher at New Zealand's University of Auckland is developing ... ... plant extracts and biological fluids,” the research department's website states. The matter of measuring antioxidants is especially relevant to the production of sauvignon blanc, the wine for which New Zealand is most famous. Sauvignon blanc's signature fruit flav... Read More

    From the article New Technology Offers More Precise Winemaking Process

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