NAPA, Calif., June 12, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --Diageo Chateau & Estate Wines announces three new innovation wine brands to the extensive DC&E portfolio. Today, DC&E begins shipping Stark Raving, Butterfly Kiss and Rose'N'Blum wines, with nationwide distribution expected by the end of the summer. Inspired by the enthusiasm, and less traditional choices, of today's Millennial and GenX wine lovers, these wines deliver intriguing blends and varietals, at exceptional value with suggested retail pricing of $12 - 14.
Wine To India The changing demographics in the United States offer tremendous opportunity for the wine industry. Engaging these new wine lovers, who are more likely to drink wine than previous generations, with non-traditional packaging, new blends and less common varietals is essential. They have shown a desire to experiment, a willingness to be whimsical - and yet still attach a value proposition to their choices. Stark Raving, Butterfly Kiss and Rose'N'Blum are our winemakers' expressions of this new freedom to experiment - free wheeling and fun, yet with solid quality and exceptional value.
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Wine To India Vinos de la cruz Wines winery is South America's only producer of sugarless organic wines that are suitable for people with sugar restricted diets, as well as those trying to cut calories, since sugarless wines have about half the calories of regular wine. Following the boom of the US environmental move in the 1990’s, half of the vineyard became organic, using only natural methods without chemical fertilizers or the synthesis process. The winery is the only one of it’s kind, situated 100 kilometers from Montevideo, capital of Uruguay. It is a family company of about 60 hectares of vineyards.
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Russia imposed an embargo on wine from Georgia in 2006, resulting in an immediate 50% loss in exports. Many of the country's vineyards have found new markets but sales are still below pre-2006 levels.
Wines In India While the sales of wine from Georgia are still below pre-embargo levels, the value has doubled in the last five years. Boutique winery Schuchmann Wines retails their product at between $10 and $20.
Red Wine India Wine is a part of Georgia's culture and national identity and supported by the country's president Mikheil Saakashvili (pictured right).
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In the early part of the 21st century, some drinkers and restaurants started to bellyache about the increasing heft of California wines. Their alcohol levels, once a modest 12.5 percent, had plumped up to more than 14 percent—and often above 16 percent. The disgruntled said the wines were cloddy, thick, and heavy. Gone was nuance and variety. These jammy, fruity drinks became the new definition of California wine.
India Wines But what goes around comes around, and it doesn’t take a critic to determine that there’s a revolution going on in the wine world. Shops and restaurants that heretofore spurned domestic wines, like Chambers Street in New York City and Nopa in San Francisco, are now expanding their offerings to include California selections—particularly the bottles of winemakers who are starting to dial back on the power and brawn, picking grapes at lower sugar levels and concentrating on matching the grape varietal with the soil type. Finally, California wine is emerging from the id stage to embrace its superego. In other words, as a wine region, the state is starting to grow up.
Wines In India A good example of this new direction is Hank Beckmeyer. A refugee from the music business (he’s a former guitarist for Half Japanese) and a wine lover from way back, the 50-year-old Beckmeyer and his French wife, Caro, found affordable land in the remote (perhaps too remote) Sierra Foothills about a decade ago. Believing that the best wines either grow on limestone or pulverized stone soils, he planted four acres of vines with his own hands on crushed granite. He now makes about 800 cases of edgy, structured Rhone grapes (and also nebbiolo). These wines are not easy to sell in a cabernet- and pinot-dominated state. Priced under $25 a bottle, his La Clarine Farms has been a sell-out from the moment he put bottles on the market.
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Wine In India DE SOTO -- A wine tasting festival in De Soto later this month will be the first festival in Kansas where patrons will be allowed to sip some wine and then buy a few bottles at the same site.
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