Articles tagged with the word "viticulture":

Vines & Vinification wins OIV book award 2018

Published on July 10, 2018

Vines and Vinification was originally conceived of as the study guide for the ‘Production of wine’ unit of the Wine and Spirit Education Trust’s (WSET) Level 4 Diploma in Wines and Spirits. It is now published as an accompaniment to unit 2, ahead of new diploma study materials that are being developed. It remains as […]


A lesson in viticulture at Domaine d’Arjolle

Published on January 23, 2013

Charles Duby, the viticulturist at Domaine de l’Arjolle in the Languedoc gives a great session on the role of the soil.


Coulure and millerandage

Published on September 9, 2012

These two little issues have cropped up in several places in Europe in vintage 2012. They often go hand in hand, and they are usually referred to by their French names.


Deliberating the nature of viticulture

Published on July 27, 2012

Sense of place and certification issues came into focus during a May 2012 Circle of Wine Writers panel discussion on organic, biodynamic and natural viticulture.


Ladybird taint

Published on March 21, 2012

Ladybird taint is thought to be on the rise and cool climate regions are particularly vulnerable as climate warming allows these species to migrate into previously unpalatable regions.


The Grapevine … from the science to the practice of growing vines for wine

Published on January 13, 2012

The book’s stated audience is undergraduate and post-graduate students, viticulturists and winemakers, and given that the authors have a superfluity of research post-nominals to their names, one can expect some seriously high-brow content.

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