Producers turn to Brittany, on the Atlantic edge of Europe, to make fresh, lighter styles of organic wine. If quality wine can be made in Britain, it can be made further south in Brittany, say wine producers in France.
Climate change is causing profound changes - also and especially in the world of wine. Sooner or later, heat and drought will likely affect every region, no matter how prestigious it may be. In Bordeaux, the topic has long been on everyone's lips. One solution: adapt the variety mix.
The traditional Tuscan region of Chianti Classico is on the move. Many producers are focusing more on Sangiovese than on international varieties. The Consorzio is even toying with the idea of limiting the still-young Gran Selezione classification to 100 percent Sangiovese.
In the first part of "Sustainability around the globe", we discovered the New World’s sustainability concepts. In the second part of our travel through the world of sustainability, we have a deeper look at the Old World – plus the new approaches that dive deeper into the idea of corporate responsibility.
Washington State is unique in many ways: on one hand, you have the climate that characterises the Pacific coast of the North American continent; on the other, you have the geology, which lacks nothing in drama.
As far as wine is concerned, there is a dynamic producer scene – eager to experiment, quality-conscious, enterprising.