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'Wine-making' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Hungarian Wine Makers Produce World's Most Expensive Wine. Can You Guess The Price?

    Hungarian Wine Makers Produce World's Most Expensive Wine. Can You Guess The Price?

    The Essencia 2008 Magnum Decanter comes with an expiry date of 2300 and the makers have sold about eleven of them till date.

  • Grapes on Mars? Georgia Winemakers Aiming High

    Grapes on Mars? Georgia Winemakers Aiming High

    Georgia is immensely proud of its ancient wine-making tradition, claiming to have been the first nation to make wine. Now it wants to be the first to grow grapes on Mars.

  • Grapes On Mars: Georgia Winemakers Aiming High

    Grapes On Mars: Georgia Winemakers Aiming High

    Georgia is immensely proud of its ancient wine-making tradition, claiming to have been the first nation to make wine. Now it wants to be the first to grow grapes on Mars.

  • World's Earliest Wine-Making Dates Back to 8000 Years, Experts Reveal

    World's Earliest Wine-Making Dates Back to 8000 Years, Experts Reveal

    Wine consumption, when in moderation, is often associated with promoting good health.

  • Where Does Wine Get Its Aroma From?

    Where Does Wine Get Its Aroma From?

    Scientists have identified an enzyme behind the much sought-after aroma of aged wines, a discovery that may impact the grapevine breeding and wine-making industries.

  • Climate Change: A Threat for French Winemakers

    Climate Change: A Threat for French Winemakers

    Amid the numerous challenges that the winemakers face in France's famed Beaujolais wine-making region, their biggest threat now is climate change.

  • French Wine Regions Champagne and Burgundy Win World Heritage Status

    French Wine Regions Champagne and Burgundy Win World Heritage Status

    France's wine-making region of Champagne and a part of Burgundy have been granted "world heritage status" by the United Nations, giving a boost to the country's drive to encourage tourism and revive its flagging economy.

  • Georgia Goes Back to Roots in Wine-Making Renaissance

    Georgia Goes Back to Roots in Wine-Making Renaissance

    In his wine shop hidden down a labyrinth of narrow streets in Georgia's Black Sea port of Batumi, Gela Danelia stares with rapture as sunlight refracts through a glass of his garnet-red produce.

  • Wine

    Wine

    Do vintages still matter, or is it reasonable to suppose that modern techniques of wine-making, in the field and in the cellar, will smooth out the difficulties of each season? Large-scale industrial wineries try to achieve a constant flavour for each...

  • Prince William and wife Kate go walkabout in New Zealand

    Prince William and wife Kate go walkabout in New Zealand

    Blenheim resident Vicky King said locals could scarcely believe the couple had come to their town of about 30,000, which lies at the heart of the Marlborough wine-making region, with much of the population turning out to catch a glimpse of the royals.

  • Make your own wine, the Kerala way

    Make your own wine, the Kerala way

     Wine becomes much sought after in Kerala during the festive season, and what better than to make it at home?Barring a few Catholic households in Kerala, alcohol is taboo. But when it comes to wine, it's not. Though wine-making has now become a rarity,...

  • UNESCO adds new entries to 'intangible heritage' list

    UNESCO adds new entries to 'intangible heritage' list

    Traditional Japanese Washoku cooking methods, millenia-old Georgian wine-making techniques and the Mediterranean diet were among 14 new entries added to UNESCO's list of "intangible heritage" in need of being preserved.

'Wine-making' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Hungarian Wine Makers Produce World's Most Expensive Wine. Can You Guess The Price?

    Hungarian Wine Makers Produce World's Most Expensive Wine. Can You Guess The Price?

    The Essencia 2008 Magnum Decanter comes with an expiry date of 2300 and the makers have sold about eleven of them till date.

  • Grapes on Mars? Georgia Winemakers Aiming High

    Grapes on Mars? Georgia Winemakers Aiming High

    Georgia is immensely proud of its ancient wine-making tradition, claiming to have been the first nation to make wine. Now it wants to be the first to grow grapes on Mars.

  • Grapes On Mars: Georgia Winemakers Aiming High

    Grapes On Mars: Georgia Winemakers Aiming High

    Georgia is immensely proud of its ancient wine-making tradition, claiming to have been the first nation to make wine. Now it wants to be the first to grow grapes on Mars.

  • World's Earliest Wine-Making Dates Back to 8000 Years, Experts Reveal

    World's Earliest Wine-Making Dates Back to 8000 Years, Experts Reveal

    Wine consumption, when in moderation, is often associated with promoting good health.

  • Where Does Wine Get Its Aroma From?

    Where Does Wine Get Its Aroma From?

    Scientists have identified an enzyme behind the much sought-after aroma of aged wines, a discovery that may impact the grapevine breeding and wine-making industries.

  • Climate Change: A Threat for French Winemakers

    Climate Change: A Threat for French Winemakers

    Amid the numerous challenges that the winemakers face in France's famed Beaujolais wine-making region, their biggest threat now is climate change.

  • French Wine Regions Champagne and Burgundy Win World Heritage Status

    French Wine Regions Champagne and Burgundy Win World Heritage Status

    France's wine-making region of Champagne and a part of Burgundy have been granted "world heritage status" by the United Nations, giving a boost to the country's drive to encourage tourism and revive its flagging economy.

  • Georgia Goes Back to Roots in Wine-Making Renaissance

    Georgia Goes Back to Roots in Wine-Making Renaissance

    In his wine shop hidden down a labyrinth of narrow streets in Georgia's Black Sea port of Batumi, Gela Danelia stares with rapture as sunlight refracts through a glass of his garnet-red produce.

  • Wine

    Wine

    Do vintages still matter, or is it reasonable to suppose that modern techniques of wine-making, in the field and in the cellar, will smooth out the difficulties of each season? Large-scale industrial wineries try to achieve a constant flavour for each...

  • Prince William and wife Kate go walkabout in New Zealand

    Prince William and wife Kate go walkabout in New Zealand

    Blenheim resident Vicky King said locals could scarcely believe the couple had come to their town of about 30,000, which lies at the heart of the Marlborough wine-making region, with much of the population turning out to catch a glimpse of the royals.

  • Make your own wine, the Kerala way

    Make your own wine, the Kerala way

     Wine becomes much sought after in Kerala during the festive season, and what better than to make it at home?Barring a few Catholic households in Kerala, alcohol is taboo. But when it comes to wine, it's not. Though wine-making has now become a rarity,...

  • UNESCO adds new entries to 'intangible heritage' list

    UNESCO adds new entries to 'intangible heritage' list

    Traditional Japanese Washoku cooking methods, millenia-old Georgian wine-making techniques and the Mediterranean diet were among 14 new entries added to UNESCO's list of "intangible heritage" in need of being preserved.

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