Chrissy Metz Launches the Joyful Heart Wine Company

Advertisement Rooted in community and delivering exceptional wines that give back SANTA MARGARITA, CA (September 15, 2021) Renowned American actress and singer, Chrissy Metz, announced today the launch of The Joyful Heart Wine Company. In collaboration with award-winning winemaker, Nicole Walsh, the collection proudly presents Joyful Heart Red Blend, White Blend and Limited Reserve Red … Read more

Food and wine, experience and sustainability at the heart of the new Costa Cruises product

New excursion formats and new f & b concepts for Costa Cruises. The company took advantage of the long months of lockdown and reduced activity to reimagine its offer in light of the most recent changes in demand. All in the wake of a sustainable and responsible product project announced last July with the presentation … Read more

2G or 3G – which Christmas market does mulled wine taste better at? – BZ Berlin

B.Z. After a compulsory break for one year, the magic of Advent at the Gedächtniskirche and Gendarmenmarkt is finally back. By Sabine Klier and Mary-Lou Künzel Finally, the sparkling lights, the magic of the booths and the smell of mulled wine in the cold Berlin air! Snacking is allowed without a mask: Alona with Skyla … Read more

The Morbihan prefecture gives its approval to a contested wine project in Belle-Ile-en-Mer

A public inquiry took place from May 17 to June 17, which resulted in a favorable opinion from the investigating commissioner. LOIC VENANCE / AFP “A breach in ecological protection” from Belle-Ile-en-Mer. For several months, associations have been calling for the abandonment of the twelve hectare organic vineyard project on the island off the coast … Read more

Sicilian wine frees itself from the clutches of the Mafia

By Lucas Minisini Posted today at 4:25 p.m. Reserved for our subscribers ReportageSince 1992, in Sicily, the state has been fighting organized crime by seizing vines belonging to the Mafia. The associations responsible for exploiting them, such as Libera Terra, highlight local identities and forgotten grape varieties. Kate Dehler / Tiphaine Agency for M Le … Read more

“Tal da Lixa wine was a bad night’s sleep” – Conversations

Oscar Meireles makes his way away from the spotlight media. He is not enthusiastic about conversations about his life or family, and he counts on his fingers the interviews that are almost always about the “greens” he is used to defending. THE sandpaper, his usual land, supports his path, stable, safe, without detours. The company … Read more

Florent Martin, wine sommelier

Florent Martin has been head sommelier at the Peninsula in Paris since June. Here on June 1st. JULIE LIMONT In the glass, the wine is red, garnet, almost ruby. “You have to observe the intensity of the color, imagine the grape. This color indicates the degree of maturity of the wine ‘, advance Florent Martin. … Read more

Wine competitions, medals and setbacks

Simon Landrein for M Le magazine du Monde On her computer, in the office of the family estate, Laurence Brocard looks for the Excel file that replaced, twenty years ago, her stepfather’s cardboard filing cabinet. And finally find the list which lists the competitions and guides to which the Jean-Marc Brocard estate sends wine samples … Read more