Imagine being quarantined over an insect. That’s what California winegrowers experienced in 2009 when the larvae stage of a grapevine moth chewed its way
Imagine an insect so insidious it took classifying the climate of wine-growing regions as part of several measures adopted by winegrowers to defeat it.
Hailstorms can be disastrous for a grape harvest. Just look at the size of the hailstones that destroyed homes and businesses, halted traffic, and
Winemakers on the West Coast, from California to Washington, are being more proactive with future vintages after the recent heat wave that hit the
Learn about the causes of downy mildew and powdery mildew in grapevine, and how to manage mildew with TerraviewOS.
Find out about the current challenges in the wine industry and how technology can help vineyards transition towards sustainability with advanced technology and AI.
Daniel Durán, viticulture and innovation technician at the Galician cooperative Paco & Lola.
Multispectral imaging, coupled with AI algorithms, can offer unique insights into what is happening in the vineyard and make wine taste better too.
When she arrived at Pago de Carraovejas in 2008, Elena Rivilla had just completed an internship at a winery in the Toro appellation of
Water has always been a core element in the aged-old craft and artistry of making wine. Whether it’s old world traditions that shun irrigated