Grapevine & Wine01/03/2010

To use wine by-products to reduce pollution?

The idea of the Veneto region, in Italy, is to grant a longer life to the old diesel vehicles by employing an additive able to decrease the pollutant emissions

di S. C.
Grapevine & Wine01/03/2010

And now business analysts talk wine

The report by the American expert John Mariani, from Bloomberg group, predicts a hard 2010 for wine, in agreement with the less optimistic analyses from Oiv

di Graziano Alderighi
Grapevine & Wine01/03/2010

Now business analysts talk about wine

The report by the American expert John Mariani, from Bloomberg group, predicts a hard 2010 for wine, in agreement with the less optimistic analyses from OIV

di Graziano Alderighi

Grapevine & Wine04/01/2010

Wine consumption may continue to decrease

Viniculture production in 2009 is however almost identical to 2008 levels but market demand also on the wine spirits and brandies market remains at previous level despite the crisis

di Alberto Grimelli
Grapevine & Wine04/01/2010

Harmful bacteria populate the fermentation vat

A recent study finds a analytical method to identify bad bacteria early in the wine, to keep them to a safe level with timely treatment with sulphur dioxide gas

di R. T.
Grapevine & Wine02/11/2009

The secret of the wood for good wine. Is it better the big barrel or the barrique?

One of the main European experts, Joseph Nicastro, attended the Wine Show meeting in Turin. In the last thirty years people tried everything: first the dismantling of old barrels in favor of steel, and then back to the wood

di S. C.

Grapevine & Wine05/10/2009

Seeking a youth, dynamic and eco-friendly packaging for wine

Cork bye bye. It’s time for new ideas. A new revolution is coming after the progressive lightening of bottles imposed by the marketing and visibility demands

di Graziano Alderighi
Grapevine & Wine03/09/2009

International organic wines trade

di S. C.
Grapevine & Wine22/08/2009

The hardiness of grape varieties by fall frosts

di S. C.

Grapevine & Wine19/07/2009

Virus-resistant grapevines

di S. C.
Grapevine & Wine06/07/2009

Tetrapack, better solution for some wines

Some grapevine or some low quality wine have unpleasant green taste. A research data suggest that differences in gas permeability from the different closure and packaging options strongly associate with changes in wine composition during aging

di Graziano Alderighi
Grapevine & Wine06/07/2009

Sustainability and quality only through precision viticulture

Going back to our grandfathers agriculture is not the best neither the only possible way. Tradition and innovation can work together to bring benefit to the eco-compatibility and the valorization of the terroir

di

Grapevine & Wine04/05/2009

A good pruning prolongs the life cycle of the vineyard

An old philosophy in the vineyard management is back in vogue. With small cuts on the younger wood the grapevine can be productive for more than 50 years

di T N
Grapevine & Wine06/04/2009

The climate changes and the viticulture changes, too

The world is wondering about climatic changes. As for vine, the best results are granted by manual interventions

di Lorenzo Brugali
Grapevine & Wine02/03/2009

Why is wine so annoyingly astringent? It’s the tannins' fault

They are natural constituents of the grape and they represent a stabilizing element for the color and average lifetime of great red wines. The work in the cellar is the key

di Graziano Alderighi

Grapevine & Wine19/02/2009

A film to protect wine grapes

di S. C.
Grapevine & Wine02/02/2009

Materials and methods for vineyard plant

Once the variety, clone and graft holder have been chosen, the rooted vines are left to plant. Still, we face a few options. Not only agronomic aspects have to be taken into account. Economic factors play a first-rate role as well

di Lorenzo Brugali