Media: For the cover story of its May print edition edition--released Thursday--Delano headed to the Grand Duchy’s wine country.
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One of the new generation of winemakers along the Moselle, Anouk Bastian is giving Luxembourg wines modern flair while retaining their distinctive characteristics. Plus Vinoteca’s Guy Tabourin choses eight vintages that typify the best of the region.
The new issue also tackles the family ministry’s inclusion plan for the disabled, which has been critiqued by advocates; asks if the long awaited EU blue card will benefit Luxembourg’s international community; investigates the recent shakeup of the Grand Duchy’s public research landscape; puts biomedical research under the microscope; while fashion designer Berglind Ómars tells you why she had to move house three weeks after arriving here; and marketing executive Claude Sauber talks about how his gusty passion has taken him to new heights.
In addition, the May edition features seven kids activities to help combat spring fever, three events to help grownups keep fit, the Chilean and Indian chambers, and the Philharmonie’s new season.
Delano is the English language monthly for Luxembourg’s international community. It covers current affairs, business, lifestyle and culture for both native English speakers and readers whose first or second preferred language of communication is English.
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