From 11 to 1600 – in 1904 eleven founding members established the first wine cooperative in Mezzacorona, in Trentino. Since then, generations of families have devoted themselves to cultivating grapes and conserving their habitat.
Austria’s southern winemaking region is known to wine lovers as the source of elegant white wines, vibrant rosés and plenty of wine and cultural tourism opportunities. Here’s why you need to know about it.
The fourth edition of Wine Future takes place between 7th and 9th November 2023 at Convento de São Francisco in the historic city of Coimbra in Portugal. One of the world's biggest and most respected wine conferences, it will bring together a stellar list of wine experts and leading figures from other sectors.
When it comes to the global transport of wine in bulk, VinLog is one of the top providers. With the flexitank, it offers a very successful transport solution - its cost efficient, flexible and individual while it also helps to reduce CO2 emissions
Romania, a country with a long and established wine culture, was present at ProWein Düsseldorf, the world's leading trade fair for wines and spirits, with 13 of its top wineries and a distillates producer of Vodka and Gin.
The story of Austrian sparkling wine begins with a love affair between a Champagne cellar master and a young Viennese woman. Continuing with many innovations over the years, Sekt Austria (PDO) today belongs among the exciting high-quality trends.
Apart from late harvest and sweet wine specialties, the Austrian grape harvest is near completion. Austrian winegrowers faced challenges in terms of climate and production costs in the year 2022. The course of the weather required attentive care, but the resulting quality looks very good, and particularly good for red wines. The strong demand for Austrian wine at home and abroad should help absorb increased costs for energy and packaging materials.