Daily Archives: September 2, 2022

Vine-Killing Spotted Lanternfly Continues to Spread

Eight years after it was discovered in the United States in a pile of rocks intended for landscaping in a backyard garden in Pennsylvania, the spotted lanternfly, a moth-like insect from southern China, has spread to 12 additional states. That has vintners in the Eastern U.S. dealing with damage to vines and looking for a solution. It also has West …

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Daily Wine News: A Slow Summer

It’s been a slow tourism season in Napa and Sonoma, reports Jess Lander in the San Francisco Chronicle, who attributes “it to a number of factors, including the surge in international travel and inflation. The costs of gas, airfare and lodging are all on the rise. Wine tasting fees have also gotten more expensive in Napa and Sonoma counties.” “Långmyre …

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Lavico – Duca di Salaparuta reinterprets the Etna

Building upon 200 years of winemaking history, the Duca di Salaparuta group continue on their path of innovation founded on tradition with another project that highlights their continued exploration of the multiple Sicilian terroirs. Following the success of Suòlo, the company now adds another iconic Sicilian terroir to its portfolio: Mount Etna. Exploring a unique terroir More than Sicily itself, …

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How the fine wine market looks heading into autumn 2022

The fine wine market goes into autumn 2022 after a particularly strong period of gains, although there has been greater uncertainty about momentum in recent weeks. At Liv-ex, a global marketplace for the trade, the Liv-ex 100 index dipped 0.3% in July 2022 but had risen every month for two years prior to that. UK-based merchant Bordeaux Index recently reported …

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The rise of California Cabernet Franc plus 20 top wines worth seeking out

In the wake of the second destructive wave of the phylloxera bug in California in the 1980s and 1990s, Cabernet Sauvignon rose to such prominence and dominance (especially in Napa Valley) that I, like most people, assumed it must now be the most expensive grape variety in the state. Wrong. That would be Cabernet Franc. Top 20 California Cabernet Franc …

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Prosecco Doc pays tribute to Antonio Canova

The Prosecco DOC is marking the bicentenary of the death of Antonio Canova (1757-1822), one of Italy’s most esteemed master sculptors, and paying tribute to his art with the release of the short film ‘Genius Moves the World’ and the production of a limited edition bottle dedicated to the exhibition ‘Canova Gloria Trevigiana’, now showing at the Balio Museum in …

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The best rums for a Daiquiri

Unlike many cocktail recipes, whose origins are debated or simply lost in the mists of time, the invention of the Daiquiri is well documented and undisputed. This deliciously simple mix of rum, lime juice and sugar was invented in Cuba by the American engineer Jennings Stockton Cox in 1898. At the time Cox was living in the small harbour town …

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Olive oil: the other nectar of the gods

Dream of Tuscany, Andalucia or Alentejo and you will likely see rolling hills dotted by sculptural olive trees, interspersed with vineyards of gnarly old vines. Olive groves and vines have defined the culture and landscapes of the Mediterranean basin for centuries, inseparable companions across southern Europe and the Middle East. Geopolitics, trade and nature have all played a part in …

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Provence for wine lovers

Provence’s history extends from Roman ruins in cities like Arles and Aix-en-Provence to what’s swirling in your glass, since wine-growing here dates back 26 centuries – making Provence France’s first wine region. Provence is a living French fairytale: hills blanketed in rows of blossoming lavender, medieval villages carved into cliff sides, hairpin turns whipping you through oak forests sprinkled with …

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Celebrate National Chianti Day with our top picks

Since 2020, National Chianti Day has given wine lovers an excuse to enjoy a bottle of Chianti or Chianti Classico. The idea came from importers Santa Margherita USA, which represents Chianti Classico estates Santa Margherita and Lamole di Lamole. The famed red wines of Chianti, located in Tuscany, vary widely in price and quality, however – from quaffable Chianti to …

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Descendientes de J. Palacios Bierzo Pétalos 2020 $23 (91 points)

Offering a minerally underpinning and overtones of bramble, herbs and spice, this medium-bodied red is fresh and focused, with juicy black raspberry and black cherry fruit, olive and iron flavors. Bright and well-balanced, with light, chalky tannins on the finish. Drink now through 2027. 30,000 cases made. Source : 11740bdf746dab98faf8142c0294622a

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