Daily Wine News: Class Dismissed

After 100 columns, Eric Asimov’s Wine School series at the New York Times is ending. He offers notes on the most recent one, dry German Riesling, and announces the final lesson: Alpine whites.

In Wine-Searcher, Caroline Henry reports that high yields, a change to the reserve rules, and issues around chaptalization have some Champagne producers worried.

Pruning is a crucial step in ensuring the success of each harvest, and the financial stability of grape growers and wine producers. Rémy Charest explains why in SevenFifty Daily.

In Wine Enthusiast, Layla Schlack looks at how Alsace is leading the way with biodynamic winemaking.

In Fortune, Hollie Stephens looks at how climate change is reshaping some of the world’s most beloved wine regions.

Nicole Kliest declares NYC’s Lower East Side the wine bar destination in the Zoe Report.

In VinePair, Jessica Fields delves into the story behind spicy rosé.

Source : https://www.terroirist.com/daily-wine-news-class-dismissed/