Berrys aim to be coolest
1 Jan 2010 by Jancis Robinson
You may remember my article last March about What happens to your wine en route . In it I outlined the efforts of a new, US-based company eProvenance to monitor the temperature of wine in transit and to develop a security system designed to minimise wine fraud. The company has now decided to leave anti-counterfeit work to the likes of Prooftag (now adopted by Laurent Ponsot , whose daughter works for them) and is focusing on encouraging those who ship wine to establish what they call Fine Wine Cold Chains to protect better-quality wines during storage and transport. In the UK at least three wine importers are trialling...

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