As Durban climate change talks draws to a close, EU climate chief makes late call to large economies yet to back roadmap
Written by Gemma McKenna - Friday, 22 July 2011
According to a study conducted by researchers at the Stanford University in California, there could be 50% less land suitable for cultivating premium wine grapes in high-value areas of Northern California even as some cooler parts of Oregon and Washington state would become correspondingly better for growing grapes, writes Subhash Arora with divergent viewpoints expressed by experts like Cakebread, Torres and Pancho Campo MW, and yet all recognizing the results of the study and pointing in the same direction.
Spanish Wine Experience commences its Asian tour and presents the second edition of the Winefuture conference
- All the details of Winefuture 2011, considered the most important forum for debate and discussion within the wine industry, will be revealed in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Seoul and Shanghai
Our $5.5 billion wine industry under threat.
- Anthony Lau, Executive Director of the Hong Kong Tourist Board, presided over the event and Pancho Campo MW provided details on the programme of events.
- Wine makers, distributors and executives from various wine organisations in Bordeaux attended the presentation.
The D.O. Campo de Borja, along with The Wine Academy of Spain, are to hold a tasting of Grenache Wine from around the World in California on 13 June 2011
The Grenache Wine tasting will be held at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel in San Francisco and 12 wines made of the Grenache varietal will be presented. Eight wines will be from the D.O. Campo de Borja and four from the rest of the world (California, France and Australia).
Beaujolais, Riesling and Lambrusco wine producers are facing tough times ahead, with climate change casting a long shadow.