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Delano Live : Climate change and COVID - what are the impacts on winemaking?
For its May event, Delano will be speaking with Antoine Clasen, who has been running Bernard-Massard since 2016 in the fifth generation of the family business.
The maker of wines and crémants, based in Grevenmacher, is celebrating its 100th birthday this year, an occasion to catch up with its general manager to discuss winemaking and how both climate change and the pandemic have impacted the company.
Bernard-Massard produces around 3.1m bottles of crémant per year in addition to around half a million bottles of wine. It exports into more than 20 countries. It is Luxembourg’s biggest privately-owned winery and one of the many winemakers nestled in the grand duchy’s Moselle region, which cultivates just over 1,250 hectares of vineyards.
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18:15 GUIDED TOUR
19:00 DELANO INTERVIEW