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09.2012

Massachusetts Beverage Business

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SOME FISH AND EGGS WITH YOUR WINE?

New allergy warnings are appearing on wine labels and many consumers will undoubtedly be surprised to be read that their wine contains milk, eggs or fish. But don’t worry – your wines won’t smell of fish or taste of egg. Rather, these substances can be used during the processing of wine but none actually appear in the finished product. The burden, though, is on the winery to prove there isn’t even the minutest trace of [...] Read More »

CELLARING WINE IN THE DEEP BLUE SEA

Is this the next wave of wine storage? One winemaker is counting on it. The world’s first undersea wine cellaring service 1OOO meters deep and 93 miles off the Atlantic Coast is slated to open next year. Frank Labeyrie, of Chateau du Coureau in Côtes de Bordeaux Cadillac, plans to open his cellaring service, Vin Mille Lieu Sous Les Mers – a pun on the French title of the Jules Verne’s classic, Twenty Thousand Leagues [...] Read More »

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