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Vaudois Wines sparkled at FOOD ZÜRICH

Vaudois Wines sparkled at FOOD ZÜRICH

From the grandiose opening evening in Jelmoli, Swiss-German epicureans savored Vaudois wines. As soon as they arrived in the Food Court, they were greeted by Le Péteux from La Cuvée des Pèdzes, freshly served Chasselas and the Escargot Rouge Sélection proudly displayed on every table. All that was needed was to help themselves. No less than 800 bottles were served to the 350 guests.

Green Vineyards

Green Vineyards

Educating winery sector workers in environmentally friendly practices is among the priorities of the European Commission from 2021 to 2027, addressing the threat posed by climate change. The EU programme Green Vineyards will create tools to educate workers in the winery sector to perform sustainability projects.

Best Of Wine Tourism Awards 2023: Winners for Mainz and Rheinhessen

Best Of Wine Tourism Awards 2023: Winners for Mainz and Rheinhessen

After evaluating numerous entries for Mainz and Rheinhessen, an expert jury has chosen the winners in seven categories of the Best Of Wine Tourism Awards 2023: Wine Tourism Services, Innovative Wine Tourism Experiences, Wine Gastronomy, Art and Culture, Accommodation, Sustainability in Wine Tourism and Architecture, Parks and Gardens

MENDOZA WILL BE THE STAGE TO ANNOUNCE THE WORLD´S BEST VINEYARDS 2022

MENDOZA WILL BE THE STAGE TO ANNOUNCE THE WORLD´S BEST VINEYARDS 2022

Between October 24th and 27th, 2022, Mendoza will welcome more than 200 wine specialists who will participate in a series of events that will conclude with the announcement of this year’s World’s Best Vineyards in the Piedra Infinita Winery in Uco Valley. Piedra Infinita winery has been the winner of this contest the last 3 years.

Lausanne à Table

Lausanne à Table

Lausanne à Table organises events from May to December to promote local artisans and their products with nearly 200 taste experts!

Inaugural Stellenbosch Wine Routes Sommelier Bootcamp launches in September

Inaugural Stellenbosch Wine Routes Sommelier Bootcamp launches in September

To remain competitive, renowned wine regions must not only produce quality wines, but tell engaging stories about themselves.
While the quality track record of Stellenbosch is undeniable, the wine route is now going beyond this by embarking on an educational programme to give sommeliers a common language to describe Stellenbosch’s terroir, so that they can communicate the district’s unique wine story and inspire conversations.