Thanks to the cool FB group, Social Media + wine administrated by Robyn Lewis, I heard about WINE Portal, a platform for wine industry professionals to share information about the wine sector, create connections and to collaborate. Wine Industry Suppliers Australia (WISA), the peak Australian body representing the grape and …
Selling wine online seems a simple thing, but it doesn’t. Producers put their wines into the database and wait, for a long o short time depends to ability of platform. But, how can they control informations about them? A nice solution is the Global Wine Database, a great database where …
What happens to the bottle when it go out the wine maker cellar? A nice electronic device, ideated by Wenda, merge together new technologies and Italian design to trace the travel and health of the bottle.
A nice way to plan your next visit in a winery, with all informations you need in your IoS device. It’s Wine Routes, the app developed by Adrian Tamblin riding his bicycle
Data Analysis of Wine could be the future of wine making and wine market. Enolytics was founded by Cathy Huyghe, the famous wine writer and blogger, to provide to winemakers more informations about their grapes, their wines and their customers.
From Portugal and from her blog Winelicious, Natália Andrade Viana gives us great ideas to improve the wine communications identifying the wine blogger as the central point of the strategy
Is it the effort to meet Wine and Technology useless? Asking Paul Mabray, former co-founder at VinTank and now at AveroBuzz, it doesn’t. Letìs read his words in this chat with him
Hungary has a long tradition in making wine, and now is merge it with new technologies to have grapes ever more healthy. This is my interview to Csaba Arendas, CEO of Smartvineyard, a startup of Hungary committed in making monitoring systems for vineyards
From Australia, we meet now dr. Sigfredo Fuentes, from Melbourne University, that explains us how new technologies can support wine makers in their job
UK is not first place you have in mind when it speaks about wine. But is it when you speak about technology, like explains us dr. David Green from Aberdeen University