Daily Wine News: Southern Glazer’s Raid

“The US wine and spirits industry is atwitter this week after news broke of a raid on the California offices of the nation’s largest booze distributor…Agents from the Internal Revenue Service and the federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau spent most of the day Wednesday at the Union City offices of Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits. The raid was confirmed by an IRS spokesperson to the San Francisco Chronicle, which broke the story. Now, the question everyone is asking is: Why? What were they looking for?” W. Blake Gray searches for answers in Wine-Searcher.

From forging ahead with biodynamics to creating a drier wine style, Alsace is shaking off its traditional image. Sophia Longhi explores some of those trends in Club Oenologique.

Jancis Robinson delves into Assyrtiko, “the characteristic grape of the hauntingly firm, fumy dry whites of the volcanic Greek island of Santorini, is an obvious example of a lesser-known grape variety that, once tasted, is never forgotten. It magically combines something saline and mineral with something citrus as well as tension and a magical ability to develop even more complexity in bottle even though growing seasons in its homeland are notoriously hot, almost impossibly dry, and inhospitably windy.”

It’s expected the Burgundy 2022 harvest will be bigger than the region’s five-year average, France’s agriculture ministry said this month, also noting the healthy state of vineyards in the area.” Chris Mercer has the details in Decanter.

In the New York Times, Elaine Glusac explores Oregon Wine Country by bus. “Rare among American wine regions, the Willamette Valley is connected to a public transportation system that links Portland to McMinnville, eliminating the “last mile” plague of public transportation systems that tend to strand riders just shy of their destinations.”

Rosé wines are enjoying an extraordinary boom, but they are still struggling to command premium prices. But as Roger Morris discovers in Meininger’s, this situation is starting to change.

In Forbes, John Mariani reviews Brian Freedman’s new book, Crushed: How a Changing Climate Is Altering the Way We Drink.

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