Dyrehøj Vingaard's Betina Newberry on why Scandinavia wine production is good business
Climate change is warming the Nordics making it increasingly possible to produce wine commercially. Recently, the New York Times published a front page article exploring the budding scene of wine makers who see the Nordics as the next frontier. My guest is Betina Newberry who was featured in the article and owns Denmark's largest vineyard, Dyrehøj Vingaard, along with her brother. This episode is full of insights on what it takes to produce wine in the Nordics and how the industry is developing as Betina shares her entrepreneurial journey. 1:40 How the vineyard started 5:00 Lessons learned in starting a Danish vineyard 14:50 How climate change is changing the wine scene 18:30 The taste of Nordic wine 24:50 The future of wine making For more conversation, join our community on Instagram and hear more episodes at www.nordicfoodtech.io.