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Familia Torres' 30% carbon emissions reduction target smashed a year ahead of schedule

According to Familia Torres' 2019 carbon footprint inventory, the company's carbon emissions have gone down by 30% since 2008.

Wine

Nyetimber to plant 205,000 vines despite coronavirus crisis

The leading English sparkling wine producer announced it's going ahead with its plans to plant 205,000 vines this year, despite the challenges generated by the coronavirus pandemic.

Wine

New Zealand wine industry pledges to become carbon neutral by 2050

Tapping into the celebrations for World Earth Day, the New Zealand wine industry has announced its commitment to turn carbon neutral by 2050.

Beer & Cider

Anheuser-Busch InBev subsidiary lines up Argentina winery acquisition

A unit of Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed to purchase the Dante Robino winery in Mendoza, Argentina.

Wine

‘Fireball’ wipes out vineyards in south of France

Last week a 'fireball' caused hottest-ever temperatures across southern France and some growers lost all their crop.

Wine

Recent frost poses a serious threat for Loire producers

For the third time in four years, parts of the Loire have been hit by a serious frost.

Wine

World’s largest cork producer Amorim buys new wine estate

Portugal’s Amorim family has acquired Tabodella, an old estate in the classic Dão region.Located in Silvã de Cima between two valleys – Pereiro valley

Wine

‘Fireball’ wipes out vineyards in south of France

Last week a 'fireball' caused hottest-ever temperatures across southern France and some growers lost all their crop.

Wine

Recent frost poses a serious threat for Loire producers

For the third time in four years, parts of the Loire have been hit by a serious frost.

Wine

World’s largest cork producer Amorim buys new wine estate

Portugal’s Amorim family has acquired Tabodella, an old estate in the classic Dão region.Located in Silvã de Cima between two valleys – Pereiro valley