There are a variety of white grapes which produce different types of wine, such as:
Chenin: With it you get fruity white wines, light and fresh. It is also used in the production of sweet wines.
Chardonnay: Considered the queen of white grapes, produces some of the most renowned and expensive white wines in the world. Wines obtained her voluptuous aroma, suitable for fermentation and parking in new oak barrels and sparkling wines Champagne type.
Riesling: Used for dry and sweet wines. Gives the wine a particular aroma.
Semillon: Produces dry and sweet white wines. Continue reading
The study provides a clear view of the situation in this sector through an analysis of supply, demand and trade in the Australian wine market, and serves as a guide for the potential exporter of Spanish wines.
The data used in the study follow the Australian approach, so that will be presented for fiscal years, 12-month period beginning on July 1 and ends June 30 the following year. Overall, the analysis will focus on the period of 5 years from fiscal year 2006-2007 and fiscal year 2010-2011. Sometimes it happens that the data for the period 2010-2011 are estimates from official sources. Continue reading
Sparkling Wine Champagne
France is the birthplace of sparkling wine and the country where it is made more of this type of wine, about 350 million bottles a year. This production is diversified into several categories according to the product obtained is not hosted or appellation.
The 25,000 hectares of vineyards in the Champagne region represent approximately 40% of the French vineyard dedicated to the production of sparkling wine, its production is 200 million bottles / year and the number of bottles exported 100 million.
With an average annual temperature of 10.6 ° C, the champagne vineyard is situated on the edge agronomic crop Nordic vineyard. Continue reading
There are many debates on leaving this conversation when we tasted either of these beverages, if they like best about the Cava for being national product, that if others are thinner, complex and delicate Champagne, or more precisely like for being French, finally, positions for everyone. Despite the controversy the champagne and cava, share a common processing method “méthode champenoise” but with notable differences depending on different factors.
Sparkling Wine Cava
In Spain, sparkling wine cava is quintessential. The sparkling 98% of that produced in Spain, about 200 million bottles, is produced under this designation of origin (created in 1986), of which, 100 million is earmarked for export. Continue reading
The wine history has been intertwined with the history of other human activities such as farming may be, gastronomy, leisure activities of civilizations and the evolution of man himself. Elvino is an alcoholic beverage from fermented grape delzumo (Vitis vinifera) containing ethyl alcohol in moderate amounts and that causes us the sincere expression of feelings, while in large quantities it is a narcotic. Human nature has been, since its inception, and this thirst for wine has led to be a valuable commodity in different cultures.1 archaeological evidence exists which indicates that the oldest wine production come from a vast area covering : Georgia (see: Wine from Georgia) and Iran (Zagros Mountains), 2 dating these early in the period from 6000 to AL5000. C.3 4 The first crop of grapes (Vitis vinifera) occurred in the Bronze Age in nearby aloriente East, Sumer and Ancient Egypt around deltercer millennium. Continue reading
FENAVIN, held in Ciudad Real from 7 to May 9, provide a framework for industry professionals to discuss trends in potential new wine markets and opportunities that may arise in this regard. A debate that will shape and round table titled “Challenges and opportunities in world wine markets” will be held May 8 from 9:30 pm in the Classroom 3.
A forum organized by the Office of Research Results (TTO) UCLM, moderated by Professor of UCLM Juan Sebastian Castillo and will be attended by the CEO of the Observatory Spanish Wine Market, Rafael del Rey Raul comps University of Valencia, Antonio Salinas, of the Agriculture Committee of the Parliament of Castilla La Mancha, the president of the DO La Mancha, Gregory Martin Zarco and Pedro Antonio Morejon, Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (ICEX Spain Export and Investments). Continue reading
Specifically, we analyzed the data, provided by the Spanish Wine Market, the main buyers of wine and we have grouped by continents. The idea is to show the behavior that presented the markets in 2012 and draw conclusions to intuit what might happen during 2013, following confirmation of the low grape harvest in the major wine regions of the “Old World”.
Analyzing data in general emphasizes that, despite the general increase in wine prices in 2012, the major Asian markets increased their purchases in terms of volume, with the exception of Taiwan, with a consequent increase in value . Now, analyzing the particulars of each importing country, we see somewhat disparate trends, motivated primarily by the type of wine imported by each of them. Continue reading