The terms New World and Old World have been used for decades to distinguish between countries of origin. M.Sc. Melissa Lohmeyer, Prof. Dr Gergely Szolnoki and Prof. Dr Siegfried Pöchtrager ask if these terms are still meaningful.
Warning labels, advertising bans and price changes could upend the European wine industry. Frederik Nikolai Schulz and Jon Hanf from Hochschule Geisenheim University report on current developments in European alcohol policy.
Energy costs, supply chain issues and the economic crisis - these are the topics that are of the greatest concern to the wine industry in 2022 and 2023. This is the conclusion of the ProWein Business Report, for which Geisenheim University surveyed a total of 2,500 industry representatives from 47 countries in November 2022.
Ukraine has recently begun to rediscover its winemaking, receiving international recognition, obtaining ever higher marks at international competitions. However, all these challenges were nothing compared to the problems, which Ukrainian winemakers face due to the Russian invasion and war, which started in February 2022. Guest article by Jenia Nikolaichuk, Ukrainian wine expert and Andrii Tarasov (Hochschule Geisenheim University).
The Forum Blockchain in the Wine Industry is a conference on applications of Blockchain technology in the wine sector. It takes place on July 15, 2022 from 9:45 am to 6:00 pm at Geisenheim University and via livestream.