Worldwine Women, a journey to follow

Two students surveyed Italian, Spanish and Portuguese vineyards to study the effects of climate change.

Written by Le Point Fin

Clara Tanguy and Zoé Knauf, discover Italian, Spanish and Portuguese vineyards.
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TheLaunched in 2019, Worldwine Women was born from the will of four student friends who wanted to “emphasize themselves as women and young actresses in the world of wine”. Their project: Discovering the world’s vineyards to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the challenges that climate change poses to viticulture. Four years later, Zoe Knauf and Clara Tanguy, who met at the Suze-la-Rousse wine university where they completed their studies with a wine selling degree, decided to take on the challenge.

In this third version, the Taliban planned, until the end of the year, to wipe Italy from north to south, Spain and Portugal, at the wheel of the truck they had equipped for “Chance”. After a period of harvesting in Swiss vineyards, to partially finance the project, they set out on the way.

“It’s turned off, but nothing is fixed, we adapt according to the contacts, the people we meet, we have dates and then we rely a lot on word of mouth, which is interesting, it’s the whole universe behind the bottle, the stories, the journeys of all those people who They embarked on a wine adventure… It turns out that not all wine growers focus on climate issues, it’s more subtle than that, and in addition to wine production, it’s a job that requires a huge human and personal investment.Based on the testimonials collected, they will regularly publish reports on their trip on Their blog, which we will pass on to the website of Point.

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