Climate Change Increases Need to Monitor Wines Shipments

Published: Sept. 16, 2019 by eProvenance in eProvenance

Monitoring shipment conditions has always been an important step in protecting wine quality. With climate change concerns on the rise, monitoring has become a critical step. eProvenance services can validate if your wine is being properly cared for and your channel is delivering on your quality promise.

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Wine Supply Chain Benefits from Improved Handling and Monitoring

Published: Dec. 17, 2018 by Lara L. Sowinski in Food Logistics

An integrated cold chain combined with advanced software solutions is resulting in less damage to product, along with enhanced customer experience and brand reputation.

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Temperature and Temperament in Champagne

Published: Oct. 16, 2017 by Christy Canterbury in Wine Business Monthly

High temperatures are bad for wine, bubblies included. eProvenance recently released a study conducted with the CIVC on temperature and temperament in Champagne, which confirmed that long exposure to high temperatures changes aromas, taste and color. It also changes the mousse of the wine and the performance of the cork.

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Sophisticated Monitoring System Can Detect Temperature Damage to Wine in Transit

Published: Nov. 30, 2016 by Elizabeth Hans McCrone in Wine Industry Network

No one knows exactly how much wine may become damaged due to temperature fluctuations during transport, but data collected by a savvy entrepreneur suggest the problem is much more widespread than commonly believed.

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En Magnum - Wine Innovator Award from Bettane+Dessauve

Published: Dec. 16, 2015 by Bettane+Dessauve in En Magnum Magazine

Renowned French wine critics Bettane+Dessauve recognize the work of eProvenance as a game changer helping to improve transport and storage conditions to protect fine wines.

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How To Maintain Quality Control After Wine Leaves the Winery

Published: Jan. 5, 2015 by Michael S. Lasky in Wine Business Monthly

You can control the optimum conditions for your wine before it leaves your facility or even a third-party warehouse. But once those bottles are on the way to the consumer or trade account, there is no standard for optimum shipping and handling. That’s where benchmarking and adopting new technologies can change how wines are safely transported.

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Sécuriser et Séduire le Consommateur

Published: Nov. 25, 2014 by Isabelle Montigaud in Réussir Vigne

Des puces pour plus de traçabilité. Les puces électroniques sont désormais des outils précieux pour lutter contre la contrefaçon, suivre la qualité du transport des vins, gérer au mieux les différentes étapes de vinification ou encore guider le consommateur dans ses choix.

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In vino novitas

Published: June 19, 2014 by Jérôme Baudouin in Le Monde

Nouvelles manière d'élaborer, de commercialiser et même de boire le vin : dans le monde viticole, pourtant réputé conservateur, les idées neuves foisonnent. Pour le meilleur, comme le montrent nos dégustations du millésime 2013

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Voyage en terrain connu

Published: March 20, 2014 by Grégory Pasquier in La Vigne

Les études menées par la société eProvenance et InterRhone montrent que beaucoup de vins subissent des températures excessives durant leur transport. Pour les éviter, il faut utliser des conteneurs réfrigérés.

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Tech with a Tap

Published: July 10, 2013 by Andrew Kaplan in

Over the past few years, QR Codes have become pretty commonplace, turning up on everything from movie ads to beverage labels. But as with most technologies, eventually something even more advanced comes along. Now, some believe that's a technology called Near Field Communication (NFC), which does away with the need for using a smartphone's camera to read a code. Instead, all you need do is tap the NFC-capable phone to the NFC tag.

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