Bordeaux chateaux are becoming more adventurous in the way they share their wine, their properties and their wine making philosophies.
Stellenbosch has been selected as the global meeting point this November for a prestigious, multi-disciplinary congress on Chenin Blanc, a grape variety regarded as key to the future of wine growing.
What makes a wine destination attractive? The wine of course but for me it’s the trinity of people, place and product. If the wine makes enthusiasts come to the region, it’s the place and the people that make them stay.
Following the success of the previous events held in 2019 and 2020 by Sustainable WIne, the Sustainable Wine Roundtable (SWR) organisation is pleased to announce its first global annual conference: “How will sustainability transform wine?”
Take part in the first business convention entirely dedicated to wines & spirits certified as part of an environmental scheme.
Speaking from the OIV’s headquarters in Paris, by web conference, Director General Pau Roca, presented on 27 april, information on wine production, consumption and international trade in 2021.
The Director General of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine, Pau Roca, is to review the current situation of the vitivinicultural sector at a global scale.
Great Wine Capitals has signed a Strategic Partner agreement to support Green Wine Future 2022 as a major international wine & sustainability conference. Wine’s most influential names will gather in May 23-26, 2022 to share their knowledge and experiences.
For many years the South African wine industry key players have been leaders in sustainable practices, proudly forging their way through the challenges but succeeding in their efforts to ensure a better future for the next generation, whether through environmental schemes, projects that uplift the people or via the research and development of vineyard practices and plant materials that negate the harsh realities of climate change.
The German Winegrowers’ Association, Deutsche Weine Verband (DWV) is organising an on-line international congress under the patronage of the OIV (International Organisation of Vine and Wine). The main theme of the 64th International DWV Congress is: “Shaping change in the wine sector sustainably”.
Despite not being able to receive visitors during the pandemic, many vineyards managed to create closer ties with their clients.
They shared life continuing at their properties, despite the pandemic, how the vines continued to flourish and the wines to be made. This created such interest and engagement from clients they are now impatient to return.
As things opened up, any visits that could take place were designed for smaller groups. With an obligation to book in advance, visitors often chose more in-depth experiences and tastings.
Great Wine Capitals (GWC) joins The Sustainable Wine Roundtable (SWR) as a founding member.
This significant GWC commitment confirms its will to be a pioneer in driving wine tourism sustainability, to join forces to accelerate action as sustainability challenges mount and to facilitate the sharing of knowledge, ideas & experience and stimulate business.