Wine

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photo d'un thermomètre montrant les températures à Châteauneuf du Pape

This article is the fisrt of a series of three where I try to analyze the challenge that climate changes represents for the wine industry and the consequences for the wine consumer: TODAY: How much does the wine industry contribute to climate change? How to reduce these impacts (reduction)? What will be the medium and
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Henri Milan Coteaux d'Aix en Provence

With his singing accent from the South of France (the most beautiful accent in the world, isn’t it? 😉 ) and his joie de vivre, Henri Milan is a man that immediatly makes you feel good. Funnily enough, it is exactly the same for his wines… They transport you in the Provence garrigues with the
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photo d'une bouteille de Muscat de Frontignan

Where does it come from? This wine is produced in the village where I go each and every summer: Frontignan. It is a little village by the mediterranean cost, between Sète and Montpellier. Muscat de Frontignan is an “appellation d’origine contrôlée” (AOC). This means it is: made exlusively from  a special grape variety called “Muscat
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