Wineries´s news

Llopart has been the first winery to be recognized with the Global Safety Stamp, promoted by The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and which at the destination Barcelona is managed by Turisme de Barcelona. This distinction allows travelers to recognize in any country in...
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Moët & Chandon has lost a flock of 14 sheep in a bizarre raid on its experimental eco-vineyard right at the start of the new year.
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Margaux third growth Château Palmer released its 2019 vintage today at €161 per bottle ex-negociant, 33% less than its 2018 opening release price of €240.
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Rioja’s Ramón Bilbao is sticking to its Spanish Wine Academy global launch plan, bringing digital and online initiatives forward in light of the necessary postponement of an international events calendar this spring.
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Champagne house Louis Roederer has acquired one Napa Valley’s most famed estates, Diamond Creek.
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Spanish winemaker Ramón Bilbao is “well on the way” to meeting its sustainability targets before the end of the year, having already exceeded its goals on lowering greenhouse gasses and waste.
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The Grand International Wine Award MUNDUS VINI SOMMER TASTING 2018 awards with a Gold medal to the Oloroso Marqués de Poley and with a Grand Gold medal to the Palo Cortado Marqués de Poley 1964 Selección.
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Hailing from the Penedès region, Cultivare Xarel·lo and Sumoll-Samsó take two of the three gold medals awarded to Catalan wines
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One of the larger estates in Jura, Domaine Rolet, has been sold to a coalition of buyers headed by Domaines Devillard, the owners of Domaine des Perdrix in Burgundy.
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Prosecco producer Follador has been named the official Prosecco supplier to the 75th Italian Open, the biggest golfing event in Italy.
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