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Dr. Caroline Gilby is a Master of Wine, freelance writer and a consultant, specializing on Central and Eastern Europe. At the International Economic Forum 2021, where Drinks+ was a media partner, she was talking about the usage of native grape varieties in building a marketing narrative.
Drinks+ joined the 5th UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism the focus of which was on the contribution of wine tourism to social and economic regional integration and its great potential to generate development opportunities in remote rural destinations.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Visit Portugal and the city of Reguengos de Monsaraz organized the 5th UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism. It has been holding on 9-10 September 2021 in Reguengos de Monsaraz (Alentejo), Portugal, as well as in an online format.
On July 30-31, Drinks+ was a media partner of the International Economic Forum 2021. On Friday, we joined a session organised by OenoCo International with Robert Joseph, one of the most broadly experienced members of the wine industry.
The Drinks+ publishing house together with the Italian consortium Asti held a closed B2B tasting of 13 Asti DOCG samples in Kyiv.
The Consorzio per la Tutela dei Vini Valpolicella, an association of grapevine growers, winemakers and bottlers of Valpolicella wine production area, hosted the second online seminar Valpolicella Superiore – A Territory Opportunity.
Lotte Peplow, the Brewers Association’s American Craft Beer Ambassador for Europe, looks at what the American craft brewing industry is doing to become more sustainable.
The Ukrainian wines received awards at the prestigious competition Decanter World Wine Awards 2021.
The OIV representative dived into the OIV general principles of sustainability: environmental, social, economic, and cultural aspects during the last day of the Wine Paris & Vinexpo.
The ecosystem of innovative Made in France start-ups provides some answers on the pandemic impact, major consumer behavior changes and the future trends to stay.