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10/29/2012 | Reflections
By Cindy Grimaud, head of communications at JF Hillebrand France. Wines are very sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity. Shipping them by sea requires a lot of planning if you want to ensure they are well preserved. The best way to keep wine in optimum conditions is and always will be in...
10/15/2012 | Socio-economic assessments
MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES. Great disparities remain between the productive performance of countries in the MENA zone. A study carried out by FEMISE highlighted the delay in the region compared to major developing countries, with the clear exception of Morocco.
02/20/2012 | Industry / Transport
ITALY. 2011 will go down as one of the best vintages for Piedmont wines, exported as far afield as Asia in temperature controlled containers.
02/20/2012 | Reflections
MEDITERRANEAN. The Mediterranean wine market is a reality, and it is not a recent phenomenon. Dating back to Phoenician times, it was one of the first examples of organized trade, and Vinisud owes much of its success to the fact that it continues to flourish.
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