“Chablis has long been known for the tense character of its wines that come from being a place where that single variety has historically struggled to barely get ripe. Just like their peers outside the wine world, the young vignerons of Chablis are acutely aware of climate change and are taking steps to adapt.” In Wine-Searcher, W. Blake Gray looks at how a younger generation of winemakers is shaping the future of Chablis.
Merriam Vineyards has waited two decades for Merlot to make a comeback. In the San Francisco Chronicle, Jess Lander says the California winery’s commitment to the grape is finally paying off.
In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre ponders the magic of Mediterranean wines.
Grape Collective catches up with Varuzhan Mouradian of Van Ardi Winery about the renaissance of Armenian wine.
Meininger’s explores the growth and diversity of the Texas wine industry.
In VinePair, Hannah Staab delves into the unique bottles from Piedmont. “You might notice these bottles’ slightly angular shape or the word “ALBEISA” embossed across the neck. Well, there is a long history behind these glass vessels that can be traced back to the 18th century.”
In Wine Enthusiast, John Capone explores the many faces of Tocai Friulano.
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