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Wine Country of Moldova Re-invents Itself

MOLDOVA (Chișinău) – The small country in east Europe has considerably upgraded, not to say completely re-invented its wine industry. During the past five years alone, the EU and other international organizations invested about 750 million euro in vineyards, wine cellar equipment, and marketing in the small republic. Thanks to this enormous investments and international support, the vintners are meanwhile in a position to work with up to date technology. Moreover, the Moldavian vintners have found their original terroir, which makes their blends out of international and above all their autochthone varieties, like Viorica, Rara Neagra, Feteasca, Neagra, Feteasca Alba, and Feteasca Regala individual wines.

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ARGENTINA (Salta) – Vines growing at very high altitudes and yielding usable grapes are not as rare as some people might think, even though this mostly requires huge efforts. Europe’s highest situated wine zone is found at an altitude of...

AUSTRALIA (Adelaide) – “SmartVine uses cheap wireless sensors to surveil and control the surroundings of their vineyard. The data collected are optimized by an algorithm which ensures each zone to be irrigated to receive the exact amount...

GERMANY (Passau) – The classical encasements for wine are wood and steel, in different variations. Additionally, there is ferro-concrete and plastic. During the past few years, the traditional amphorae, which in Georgia have been known...

FRANCE (Bordeaux) – The 2016 harvest will be staggered compared to normal years and will be done in several stages, Bordeaux vintners report. In many growing zones, vintners are still waiting because the blossoming period in spring and the...

FRANCE (Paris) – Bad weather, spring frosts in local wine zones, drought in the Mediterranean region, and regionally heavy hailstorms will decrease the French 2016 wine yield by about ten percent compared to last year. The total production...

SOUTH AFRICA (Cape Town) – In this wine year, the vintners of the cape wine growing zones had to cope with excessive, heat, record drought, and forest fires. Now it is for sure: The 2016 vintage will go down as one of the wildest vintages...

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