September 3, 1783 :On this day, the Treaty of Paris was signed, which brought the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), the forerunner of the European Union, into being. A little known fact is that because Algeria was administered as part of the French département system, Algeria technically became part of the ECSC. This meant that the Algerian wine industry had access to a large market in Europe under favorable trade conditions for years to come.
September 3, 1852: On this day, Moreau-Robert’s French private cultivator cultivated Muscat Ottonel.
September 3, 1926: On this day, Dr. Raymond Pearl discovered that those who consume alcohol in moderation had a better chance of outliving both nondrinkers and heavy drinkers. His results were presented in the book he authored, “Alcohol and Longevity.”
September 3, 1983: On this day, Dry Creek Valley officially gained American Viticulture Area status. More than 9,000 acres of vineyards may be found in Dry Creek Valley, in addition to 60 wineries, a single deli, and no traffic signals.
3rd September 1998: It was on this day that the grapes for Chateau Lagrange, Saint Julien from France, Bordeaux, and Medoc were harvested, which is why this year is considered to be the Vintage Year for this Wine.
September 3, 2013: On this day, the Hatten wine company of Indonesia is responsible for establishing AGA White wine. A fresh and lively white blend with a body that ranges from mild to medium. Traits of citrus fruits and flowery herbs distinctive from the tropical vineyard terroir found in the northern half of Bali.