“火與雨:氣候變化與葡萄酒產業”

  • 週六, 22 四月 2017 13:25
葡萄酒波爾多和葡萄酒觀察者出席
6月18日星期日下午3-5點

波爾多,2017年4月21日 - 氣候變化對葡萄種植和葡萄酒質量的影響是當今全球葡萄酒界面臨的最重要的問題之一,因為它準備匯聚法國波爾多,今年6月份為Vinexpo Bordeaux 2017。作為回應,葡萄酒和烈酒專業的國際領先國際展覽與葡萄酒觀察家合作,舉辦小組討論會,“火與雨:氣候變化與葡萄酒產業”。會議將匯集釀酒師與科學家和政​​策專家在可持續釀酒行業的最前沿。 
  1. 葡萄酒觀察家資深編輯達娜·尼格羅(Dana Nigro)將會對本次會議進行調整,該會議將針對目前的氣候變化科學,巴黎協議的地位和其他政府間舉措,葡萄酒企業在其地區經歷的挑戰及其對這些挑戰的回應。受尊敬的小組成員之一:

    ● 哈佛大學物理學家巴拉克·奧巴馬(Barack Obama)前高級顧問,以及能源與氣候變化領先國際專家John P. Holdren
    ● 西班牙Pacs del Penedes的Bodegas Torres的總裁兼董事總經理Miguel A. Torres Sr.
    ● 蓋亞加亞,意大利Barbaresco的加亞釀酒廠的共同所有者
    ● 前美國駐華大使兼國際貿易顧問凱瑟琳·霍爾(Nathon G Hall),以及納帕谷大廳葡萄園的業主 - 世界上唯一一家獲得LEED認證的葡萄酒酒莊

會議將由小組成員進行簡短的正式介紹。接下來的討論和問答與葡萄酒商,葡萄酒貿易成員和有影響力的葡萄酒出版社的國際觀眾。

Vinexpo首席執行官Guillaume Deglise說:“全球葡萄種植者的氣候變化越來越受到關注,因為平均氣溫和降雨量的微小變化都會嚴重影響生產。 “Vinexpo作為葡萄酒與烈酒行業的合作夥伴,與Wine Spectator合作舉辦了小組討論會,將為葡萄酒界提供一個寶貴的論壇,讓葡萄酒界學習,分享挑戰,並製定戰略,以取得成功。”

編輯和出版社的Marvin R. Shanken表示:“葡萄酒觀察家已多年來一直在研究不斷變化的氣候對葡萄酒行業的影響。 “我們的小組成員是了解和管理這些挑戰的領導者。我們很高興通過Vinexpo的演講分享他們的經驗和見解。“

關於Vinexpo

Vinexpo於1981年由波爾多吉倫特工商會成立,是葡萄酒和烈酒專業人士的世界領先展會,也是全球葡萄酒和烈酒行業的合作夥伴。 Vinexpo在奇數年在波爾多舉行。自1998年以來,Vinexpo香港(以前稱為Vinexpo亞太地區)已經在偶數年中發生,2014年,Vinexpo在第三屆兩年一度的Vinexpo東京展會上亮相日本市場。兩者已成為亞洲業界的重要展會。 Vinexpo於2017年1月推出了一個新概念,Vinexpo Explorer,兩天的商務會議和發現葡萄園。 Vinexpo紐約於2018年3月5日和6日首次舉行,將為國際參展商打開美國市場的門戶。

關於葡萄酒觀察者

葡萄酒觀察者是世界領先的葡萄酒權威機構。 “Wine Spectator”雜誌刊登了印度出版物,全球超過300万讀者,該品牌還包括Web最全面的葡萄酒網站(WineSpectator.com),移動平台和一系列簽名活動。葡萄酒觀察者將葡萄酒的世界從葡萄園到餐桌,探索葡萄酒在當代文化中的作用,每年提供超過18,000種葡萄酒的專家評論。母公司M.Shanken Communications公司也出版了雪茄Aficionado,威士忌倡導者,市場觀察,“山楂新聞報”和“山肯影響通訊”。

More information on Vinexpo.com 

“Fire and Rain: Climate Change and the Wine Industry”
Bordeaux, April 21st,  2017 - The impact of climate change on viticulture and wine quality is among the most critical issues facing the global wine community today, as it prepares to converge on Bordeaux, France, this June for Vinexpo Bordeaux 2017. In response, the leading international exhibition for wine and spirits professionals has partnered with Wine Spectator to host a panel discussion, “Fire and Rain: Climate Change and the Wine Industry.” The session will bring together vintners at the forefront of sustainable winemaking with scientists and policy experts on Sunday, June 18, from 3-5 p.m.

Wine Spectator senior editor Dana Nigro will moderate the session, which will address the current science on climate change, the status of the Paris agreement and other intergovernmental initiatives, challenges vintners are experiencing in their regions, and their responses to those challenges. Among the esteemed panelists:

    John P. Holdren, former senior advisor to President Barack Obama, Harvard physicist, and a leading international expert on energy and climate change
    Miguel A. Torres Sr., president and managing director of Bodegas Torres in Pacs del Penedes, Spain
    Gaia Gaja, co-owner of Gaja Winery in Barbaresco, Italy
    Kathryn Hall, former U.S. Ambassador and international trade advisor, and proprietor of Napa Valley’s Hall Vineyards – one of the world’s only LEED Gold-certified wineries

The session will begin with brief, formal presentations by the panelists. These will be followed by discussions and Q&A with an international audience of vintners, members of the wine trade, and influential wine press.

“Climate change is an increasingly serious concern for wine growers worldwide as even small changes in average temperature and rainfall can greatly affect production,” said Vinexpo CEO Guillaume Deglise.  “Vinexpo, as a partner of the wine and spirits industry, in collaboration with Wine Spectator, has organized a panel discussion that will provide an invaluable forum for the wine community to learn, share their challenges, and develop strategies to succeed.”

“Wine Spectator has been covering the impacts of a changing climate on the wine industry for years,” said Marvin R. Shanken, editor and publisher. “Our panelists are leaders in the effort to understand and manage these challenges. We are pleased to share their experience and insights through this presentation at Vinexpo.”

About Vinexpo

Founded by the Bordeaux Gironde Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 1981, Vinexpo is the world’s leading show for wine and spirits professionals and a partner for the wine and spirits industry worldwide. Vinexpo is held in Bordeaux in odd-numbered years. Since 1998, Vinexpo Hong Kong (formerly known as Vinexpo Asia-Pacific) has taken place in even-numbered years, and in 2014, Vinexpo expanded to the Japanese market with the debut of a third biannual fair Vinexpo Tokyo. The two have become key exhibitions of the industry in Asia. In January 2017 Vinexpo launched a new concept, Vinexpo Explorer, two days of business meetings and discovering vineyards. Vinexpo New York, which takes place for the first time on 5 and 6 March 2018, will open doors to the US market for international exhibitors.

About Wine Spectator

Wine Spectator is the world’s leading authority on wine. Anchored by Wine Spectator magazine, a print publication that reaches more than 3 million readers worldwide, the brand also encompasses the Web’s most comprehensive wine site (WineSpectator.com), mobile platforms and a series of signature events. Wine Spectator examines the world of wine from the vineyard to the table, exploring wine’s role in contemporary culture and delivering expert reviews of more than 18,000 wines each year. Parent company M. Shanken Communications, Inc., also publishes Cigar Aficionado, Whisky Advocate, Market Watch, Shanken News Daily and Shanken’s Impact Newsletter.


 
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