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Grape varieties in Torres' vineyards in Catalonia

Torres urges wine producers to act for the climate

The International Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA) was founded in 2019 by the Torres family in Spain, long-time environmentalists, and the Jackson Family Wines in California. The purpose of the association is to make the

Bottles in the cellar of Champagne J Lassalle

Champagne sells more than expected in 2020

This is good news, among the bad, for the champagne industry. It turned out that people, after all, needed festive bubbles in the challenging year of 2020. Everybody thought that there would be a 30%

Matthieu Dubernet from Laboratoires Dubernet in Languedoc talking about pesticides

What about pesticides in wine?

Are there pesticide residues in wine? That’s become a hot topic in some media recently. We spoke with Matthieu Dubernet from Laboratoires Dubernet in Languedoc, who explained the rules for maximum residue levels (MRL) and

A gate / fence at a winery in Ningxia, China

China imposes import duties on wine from Australia

Relations between China and Australia have been strained for some time. At the end of November, China imposed import taxes on Australian wines of up to 212%, a major blow to the Australian wine industry.

Organic certification on a Chilean wine, CL-BIO-010 is the certifying organisation (not the rule-setter)

Emiliana plants more organic wine in Chile

Emiliana in Chile, one of the world’s largest organic and biodynamic wine producers, is expanding. A completely new vineyard of almost 300 hectares, previously uncultivated land, will be planted in the Maule region. The grapes

Matthieu Dubernet from Laboratoires Dubernet in Languedoc talking about pesticides

What about pesticides in wine?

Are there pesticide residues in wine? That’s become a hot topic in some media recently. We spoke with Matthieu Dubernet from Laboratoires Dubernet in Languedoc,

Organic certification on a Chilean wine, CL-BIO-010 is the certifying organisation (not the rule-setter)

Emiliana plants more organic wine in Chile

Emiliana in Chile, one of the world’s largest organic and biodynamic wine producers, is expanding. A completely new vineyard of almost 300 hectares, previously uncultivated

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