A multisensory wine tasting experiment has shed new light on how our environment affects the way we taste.
The environment in which you experience a wine has a “profound” effect on how you will perceive it to taste, according to an Oxford University professor.
The taste of a wine and its perfect serving conditions could be determined by the light and sounds experienced while drinking it, claim scientists from Oxford University.
Christian Barré, of Pernod Ricard Winemakers Spain, explains why Campo Viejo is such a success story and his luxury ambitions for the Ysios brand.
French? American? Or both? Drop into any Rioja producer’s cellar and it would seem every winery is hedging its bets.
Campo Viejo is using a new experimental winery to accelerate its understanding of where Rioja’s greatest potential lies for white wine production.
This week saw db visit the rolling hills of Rioja, try some of Burgundy’s 2012 en primeurs and the triumphant win of a British rowing duo in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.
Pernod Ricard’s wine brands have posted a 6% organic growth with Jacob’s Creek bouncing back to become the UK’s only million case brand with an average price over £6.
Campo Viejo is adding a Garnacha to its range as part of the Rioja brand’s plans to capitalise on the current strong growth of Spanish wine in the UK market.
With all the focus on Pernod’s premium spirits performance, it’s interesting to see positive results for its wines too, particularly Campo Viejo.
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