Undoubtedly an intense summer for Tolaini winery. A difficult harvest, but top results are being seen this year thanks to careful maintenance in the vineyards and also due to the hard work put forth in past years.
World War Two whisky amongst rarest in the world: Seventy-year-old Glenlivet 1943 by Gordon & MacPhail commemorates key date in wartime history. An exceptionally rare wartime cask from 1943 has been unveiled as one of the oldest and most exclusive single malt whiskies in the world.
Following the departure of Sébastien Lacroix as Director, the BNIA has chosen to recruit a Communicator to replace him. Olivier Goujon, 47, a native of Bergerac will manage the Interprofession whilst developing communication activities in France and abroad.
From 2018 the Masters of Wine (MW) Study Progamme will include a one-week educational seminar in Germany. The German Wine Institute (DWI) has joined forces with the Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates (VDP), to offer the educational seminar for MW students studying the theory part of the MW examination.
Bianco Breg 2009 will be one of the last vintages produced by the winery. Since 2012 Joško Gravner has been focusing only on native varieties and on a new project, a vine garden in Dedno