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Climate change: an opportunity for some?

As shown in the study below, climate change might not cause trouble for everyone. Whilst the phenomenon is not new, climate change could be beneficial for the UK vineyard, as for the German and Canadian ones.

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Will Climate Change be a good thing for wine in England ?

The question is legitimate. For a while, some people were speculating about English Champagne. This article gives an insight at what might be the situation in a few years.


Focus, Environment

A guide for Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures

The Standards and Trade development facility just released a practical guide on the Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures, under the supervision of the WHO, the WTO and the FAO.

Find the guide here.


The Scotch Whisky Association commits toward environmental sustainability

The Scotch Whisky Association has been formally announced as an official Race to Zero partner ahead of COP26 in November. The aim is to go toward environmental sustainability by 2040.

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Water in wine

The OIV published a new document dealing with the use of sustainable water in Winegrape vineyards’ production.

Find the document on OIV's website.


Climate change worries winegrowers in New-Zealand

For a few years now do we anticipate the effects and consequences of climate change. Winegrowers in New-Zealand are concerned about the effect of global warming on their wine.

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Updated Environmental Guidelines for the wine industry in Australia

The South Australian Wine Industry Association (SAWIA) just released updated Environmental Guidelines for the wine industry in Australia in order to help winegrowers to identify and comply with State and Federal legislation.

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The impact of enotourism on the environment

An Australian study measures the imapct of enotourism on the environment, particulary the Greenhouse gases emissions.

Read the study on Science and Wine.

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