The growing snack company – a phoenix rising from the devastating California wildfires in 2017 – dries wine grapes (and sometimes coats them in chocolate) to create a fruit snack with more antioxidants than their traditional counterpart.
As winemakers come under greater pressure to ensure they are
offsetting the environmental impacts of their operations, one
global vintner believes that the humble carton may offer a
productive new solution.
Drinking more than three glasses of red wine a week could cut the
risk of colorectal cancer by almost 70 per cent, researchers told
the 71st Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of
Gastroenterology in Las Vegas.
Importing wine to Britain in bulk and bottling it in lighter glass
would save money and help the environment, says a recycling agency,
which has signed up supermarkets and wine firms to trial the idea.
The flesh of grapes is just as heart healthy as the skin, says a
laboratory study by Italian and US researchers, a result that may
challenge the idea that red wine offers better cardiovascular
protection than white.
Figures released today confirm that the mere unveiling of the
taint-proof Diamont cork improved sales of all Oeneo closures in
the last half of 2004. But can this boost be transferred to its
barrels division? asks Kim Hunter Gordon.
After seven years of development, Swiss company Cybox unveiled its
square oak barrel, which triples barrel storage capacity, at the
Vinitech exhibition in Bordeaux last week, reports Kim Hunter
Alcoa Closure Systems International has begun commercial production
of Vino-Lok, its 'glass on glass' closure system for wine bottles
that it developed as an alternative to corks and synthetic
Slovenia's wine makers, buoyed by the news of EU funding for their
vineyards, face a long struggle if they are to conquer foreign
markets and compete effectively against the titans of the world
wine business - but one man is...
UK retailer Sainsbury is to launch a range of wines that feature
specially treated corks. The new technology, which is said to
protect the product from cork taint, is being touted as the
possible saviour of the wine cork industry...
Sabaté has this week unveiled the successful results of a trial of
a new natural closure which it claims should remove the risk of
wine taint caused by compounds in cork - good news for the vast
majority of wine drinkers who still...
French closures company Sabaté has developed a new wine cork that
has been treated with a TCA-extraction process. The technology is
designed to solve the problem of corkage, while avoiding the need
to use unpopular closures such as...
Last year was a tough one for French closures and barrels group
known as Sabaté Diosos. But the company ended the year with results
in line with expectations as restructuring efforts at both the
Global beverage closures company Oeneo has reported a turnover for
the first half of 2003 that is in line with previous forecasts. The
company, formerly named Sabaté Diosos, achieved a consolidated
turnover of €78.8 million in the...
Facing increasingly tough trading conditions in the European
market, Tonnellerie Bordelaise, a France-based producer of high
quality oak barrels, has announced plans to enter the US market
with the formation of a US sales team.
French oak barrel and wine closures manufacturer, Sabate Diosis,
announced that sales in the nine months to 30 September 2002
amounted to €152.9 million compared with€171.7 million for the same
period last year.
Despite the concern that it can cause TCA - the mouldy smell
attributed to bad wine - natural cork is the preferred closure for
most US winemakers, according to a survey carried out on behalf of
the Amorim cork group.