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FENAVIN- Wine and the Media

I was lucky enough to make it to [FENAVIN->http://www.fenavin.org] this year and have a chance to taste through a wide range of styles both new and old. What I did not get a chance to do was to make to any of the conferences. Having an American perspective on wine media, where we seem to be oversaturated in wine press, I found this article to be an interesting counter perspective. With all the wine [Spain->@wikipedia] produces, there is a surprising deficincey of writing or information on the subject. Check out the article below to learn more.

CARLOS DELGADO: “MEDIA ARE VITAL FOR THE WINE SECTOR”

According to the wine critic from El País daily newspaper during the conference: “The image of wine in media”

The wine critic from the daily newspaper “El País”, Carlos Delgado, pointed out that “media are vital for the wine sector” during the conference “the image of wine in the media” which was held this morning with the presence of José Carlos Capel, gastronomy critic for “El País”, José Ramón Martínez Peiró, director of the magazine “Sobremesa” and Juan Manuel Bellver, gastronomy critic for “El Mundo” newspaper. The conference was chaired by Federico Oldenburg, advisor for the wine portal “Lavinia”…
[Click here to read more->http://fenavin.org/notasPrensa.php]