Blockchain Technology, Fraud Prevention and the Future of Wine

Published: May 20, 2021 by Lauren Mowery in Wine Enthusiast

“While the wine world has historically been opaque due to a complex supply chain, consumers are increasingly looking for verifiable provenance and assurance that the wines they purchase meet their expectations,” says Robin Grumman-Vogt. “From concerns about counterfeit bottles to organic certification to proper handling during transport, consumers are looking for information they can trust.”

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Effects of Temperature on Finished Wines

Published: April 5, 2021 by Sylvie Collas & Arnaud Descôtes in Comité Champagne

Champagne producers use all means at their disposal to obtain a quality product, in the vineyard as well as in the cellar. However, once the bottles are shipped out, it becomes harder to control the quality of the shipment through to the final consumer. Therefore is is important to know what influence the conditions of storage and transport might have. In numerous articles we have looked at the harmful consequences that light-strike (goût de lumière) can have, but what about temperature? A study was conducted in Champagne in 2014 by eProvenance, a company offering services for monitoring and analysis of wines storage and transport conditions around the world. in 2016, the Comité Champagne organizes a series of tests in order to determine the effects of exposure to cold and heat on the different components of Champagne.

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Les innovations dans le secteur viticole en 2021

Published: March 31, 2021 by François Potevin in Vins du Monde

De la blockchain pour améliorer la chaîne logistique

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Sommelier Insights: Blockchain’s impact on wine distribution

Published: March 27, 2021 by Will Hawkes in Sommelier Business

Blockchain is about to make a big splash in wine distribution. We spoke to eProvenance CEO Robin Grumman-Vogt to find out more.

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From vine to glass, eProvenance plans to transform the entire wine experience with IBM blockchain

Published: March 18, 2021 by Comment Wire in VERDICT

IBM and eProvenance, a Franco-American company that specialises in monitoring wine shipment conditions, recently unveiled plans to create a new wine industry ecosystem by harnessing the power of blockchain. Central to this initiative will be VinAssure, a new, IBM blockchain-powered platform that is designed to provide users with a more insightful and secure way of tracking wines as they move through the distribution and transportation process from vineyard to consumer.

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New Blockchain Solution Takes Wine Monitoring To The Next Level - eProvenance, IBM launch VinAssure™ platform to optimize wine supply chain

Published: Feb. 10, 2021 by Lara L. Sowinski in VinRoutes

The complexities of the global wine supply chain mirror the variables and intricacies of wine itself. While both have aspects of predictability and controllable outcomes, there is also a lot of art and ambiguity at play, which is as charming as it is challenging at times.

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Blockchain, Cloud e AI per una filiera vinicola più agile e resiliente grazie a IBM

Published: Dec. 29, 2020 by Claudia Costa in

Distribuita da eProvenance, la piattaforma VinAssure sfrutta le potenzialità di cloud, blockchain e intelligenza artificiale di IBM per innovare l’ecosistema della filiera vinicola, aumentare la tracciabilità e la redditività del settore e permettere la condivisione rapida e sicura dei dati sui prodotti, dalla cantina alla tavola

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eProvenance launches IBM blockchain-powered platform to optimise wine supply chain

Published: Dec. 18, 2020 by Lisa Riley in

eProvenance, a company specialising in monitoring and analysing wine shipment conditions, has launched an IMB blockchain-powered platform designed to provide a “smarter and highly secured” way to track wines as they move through distribution from vineyard to consumer.

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Desde la viña hasta el descorche: VinAssure, que usa tecnología blockchain, garantiza la trazabilidad de las botellas de vino

Published: Dec. 17, 2020 by tecnovino in tecnovino

VinAssure es una plataforma que aumenta la trazabilidad de todo el proceso del vino, dado que permite compartir de forma rápida y segura los datos de los productos desde su actividad en el viñedo hasta el consumidor. Se trata de una tecnología de IBM y eProvenance que ayuda a garantizar que los métodos rigurosos de los mejores productores de vino no se vean afectados por errores en la cadena de suministro, como etiquetado incorrecto o condiciones inadecuadas durante el transporte. En España forman parte de esta plataforma 31 bebidas de diferentes lugares como Castilla y León, Asturias, Andalucía, Navarra o La Rioja, como las bodegas Telmo Rodríguez.

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Blockchain’ para asegurar la calidad de la producción vitivinícola española

Published: Dec. 16, 2020 by D+I in

La plataforma VinAssure, desarrollada por IBM y eProvenance, ya garantiza la trazabilidad de los productos de varias bodegas de España y Francia.

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