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Sekt Austria: The New Rising Star in Austrian Wine

Austria is certainly full of surprises. In this small, dynamic land of many wines, a very lively sparkling scene has developed around the designation of origin Sekt Austria.

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Mezzacorona’s Approach to Sustainable Wine Pairings

Regional, seasonal, traditional and the height of fashion: In line with their numerous initiatives focused upon achieving a healthy environment, the Trentino wine cooperative Mezzacorona has also embraced the theme of food pairing – with dishes that are equally delicious and sustainable.

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Mezzacorona – Guardians of Indigenous Grape Varieties

Tradition demands the participation of individuals who are dedicated to preserving it. For the Trentino winegrowers’ cooperative Mezzacorona, this involves safeguarding the indigenous grape varieties Teroldego and Marzemino, showcasing their qualities both as monovarietal wines and in blends.

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Deutsches Weintor: The Blue Fish Wine Series

More than 500 winegrower families in the cooperative Deutsches Weintor – the Gateway to German Wine – have joined forces on some 750 hectares of vineyards to produce top-class wines, including the excellent collection known as Blue Fish.

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Discover Handcrafted Wines From South Caucasus

Armenia will present itself with indigenous grapes as cradle of wine for the first time in a masterclass at Meininger‘s.

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Excellence from Eastern Europe

Purcari Wineries Group (Moldova) links 200 years tradition with modern technology and marketing / Most awarded producer in CEE.

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Authentic Premium Wines from the Balkans

Tikveš Châteaux & Domaines, with more than 1.000 hektars own vineyards is a giant in the Balkans – but yet little known in Central Europe. Their new CEO Branka Slaveska wants to change this. A ProWein masterclass on March 10 at 2 p.m. will showcase top terroir wines from the mountains.

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1924–2024: One Hundred Years of Delicato Family Wines

If the American Dream were to be summarised in a single story, there would be hardly a better example than that of the Indelicato family. Founded exactly a century ago, Delicato Family Wines—a onetime small winery in Manteca, California— has evolved into a global player.

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Austria’s Younger Generation Emerges to Acclaim

A new generation of winemakers is rising in Austria, helping to accelerate the country’s quality revolution — while respecting what’s gone before.

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Here’s Why Austria’s Wines Age So Well

Wine lovers already understand that Austria’s wines are fresh and lively. But they also age extremely well. 

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Austria’s Wines Show Environmentally Conscious Winemaking at Its Best

Austria was the first country in the world to cultivate a farm according to organic principles. In the century since, the commitment to nature has only become stronger.

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The Actor, the Feast and the Growth of Burgenland’s Wine Tourism

Burgenland, southeast of Vienna, has rapidly become one of Europe’s most dynamic wine tourism regions. Here’s how they did it.

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Millésime BIO: Registration Open

Millésime BIO: registrations now open to participate in the biggest professional fair dedicated to organic wines and alcoholic beverages.

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Mezzacorona: Sustainable And Innovative

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.

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Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris 2024: Bigger Than Ever

Are you ready for more countries, regions and business? 50 countries, more space, new categories.

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