In TRINK, Valerie Kathawala gets genuinely excited about a certain canned wine project. “Canned wine is nothing new. The approach taken by Djuce, an international wine project based in Sweden, is. By combing organic and biodynamic growers from across Europe with edgy visual artists from around the world and light carbon footprint packaging, the company hopes to push high-quality, low-intervention wines to new audiences.”
In VinePair, Evan Rail looks into the near future of “natural” wines being made on a larger scale. “…discussions with winemakers make it clear that fake natural wine is far from a long shot. At this point, the only real question is whether massive industrial wine companies feel like taking the plunge. According to winemakers, it wouldn’t be much of a challenge.”
In Wine Enthusiast, Megan Hennessey delves into the appassimento process in winemaking, which gives Amarone its signature flavor.
The estate behind one of Italy’s finest red wines has worked hard to produce a white wine worthy of the Ornellaia name, says Margaret Rand in the World of Fine Wine.
Ray Isle recommends bottles of Grenache you should try in Food & Wine.
Mike Veseth, the wine economist, offers some thoughts on sustainability in wine.
The Drinks Business explores the most Instagrammed vineyards in the world.
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