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Sunday, 08 May 2016 11:47

Wine in ancient Greece

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Ancient Greece is one of the oldest and most important wine-producing civilizations, with evidence of production dating back 6,500 years. The climate, terroir and native vine stocks of the Greek islands enabled the production of a wide variety of superior quality wine. Not only did the Greeks export wine throughout Europe, but they also established vineyards in modern day Italy, Iberia, Sicily, and the south of France. They shared their winemaking techniques with people living as far away as modern-day Austria and Russia, and many societies, including the Etruscans, the Phoenicians, the Celts, the Scythians and the Romans, were influenced to some extent by Greek “wine culture” and viticultural methods.
Sunday, 08 May 2016 11:36

Wine Investement opportunities

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Scientists from Columbia University in the US are sounding the alarm for the future of viticulture because of the temperature increase on the planet - How the great production of wine from France and California will shift to China and Canada? Climate change in the entire globe could damage production wine, warn scientists. New research from Columbia University in USA in collaboration with the Nasa Goddard Institute of NASA showed that the growth of temperature on the planet has already affected European industry wine.

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