Daily Archives: September 15, 2022

Daily Wine News: Roundup Controversy

In the San Francisco Chronicle, Esther Mobley explores how Roundup, the weed killer linked to cancer, became one of California wine’s biggest controversies. “Some winegrowers who farm according to organic, biodynamic or regenerative protocols — which prohibit the use of glyphosate and other synthetic chemicals — are speaking out against Roundup with renewed fervor, calling for an end to its …

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Pix’s Troubles Are Yet Another Warning to the U.S. Wine Industry

It’s been big news within the (admittedly internecine) world of the U.S. wine business that Napa Valley startup Pix recently had to lay off most of its staff. This has been an especially bitter pill for me to swallow, because 1) I truly believe that Pix (still in Beta) represents the future of how wine producers, retailers, consumers, etc. will …

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Club dVIN offers members trip to ‘Bhutan’s first wine harvest’

Vines in Yusipang, Bhutan. Club dVIN, which launched earlier this year as a global NFT wine club, said members will be given the chance to sign up for a series of trips to Bhutan from late July to late September 2023. Those flying out will be able to ‘snip grapes’ and break ground on the Ser Kem Winery, alongside experiences …

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West Coast Rosé of Pinot Noir: Not Just for Summer

The rosés of Pinot Noir being made in California and Oregon are substantial wines suitable for drinking the year-round.  In this article, we review some of our favorites from the 2021 vintage.  Most of them are cultivated and fermented specifically for rosé. Well-chilled, a Pinot Noir rosé is the perfect dinner companion, pairing beautifully with salmon, pork, chicken and vegetable …

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Gigondas to produce white wines

At a national committee meeting held on Thursday 8th September, members of the Institut National de l’Origine et de la Qualité (INAO) voted unanimously to ratify the change to the appellation guidelines to allow white wines into AP Gigondas. A working group of growers and négociants has been pursuing the amendment for 11 years. The amendment states that white Gigondas …

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St Helena 2019: the top Cabernets from this Napa AVA

Merryvale Vineyards, St Helena. QUICK LINK 2019 Napa Cabernet: full vintage report and top-scoring wines Situated at the narrowest point in the Napa Valley hourglass, the St Helena AVA tends to be warmer with less wind flow – and in 2019 seems to have benefited from the wet winter and cooler spring. Scroll down for the top-scoring St Helena 2019 …

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Howell Mountain 2019: top Cabernets from this Napa AVA

Sun Lake Vineyard, Howell Mountain. QUICK LINK 2019 Napa Cabernet: full vintage report and top-scoring wines Above the fogline, between 427m and 726m, Howell Mountain – Napa Valley’s first sub-AVA, awarded in 1983 – is home to an array of varying slopes, rolling hills and microclimates with typically poor, rocky, well-draining soils. Scroll down for the top-scoring Howell Mountain 2019 …

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A drink with… Sam Linter

Sam Linter is winemaker at Bolney Wine Estate, the Sussex winery founded by her parents, Janet and Rodney Pratt, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Her daughter Charlotte Linter has followed Sam into the family business as tourism manager. Sam is also the current chair of WineGB. ‘Nobody really knew what they were doing in the late 60s and …

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Hans Wirsching Silvaner Franken Iphöfer Kalb 2021 $39 (94 points)

This creamy white is saturated with violet candy, black currant pâte de fruit and lentil flavors, with a vibrant structure keeping a steady course through the floral, mineral finish. Youthfully exuberant now and should develop nicely. Drink now through 2033. 500 cases made, 50 cases imported. Source : 9c49311342a187cbacfecd6784e27934

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