Fire, smoke, and ash–always an unwelcome prelude to harvest. Smoke taint is a real concern for winegrowers this close to harvest.
How are our behaviors as wine drinkers shaping the future of wine? To answer this question, we asked two individuals whose data-driven insights suggest that 2017 is going to introduce some exciting new trends to the world of wine.
365 days ago, 2016 was a glint in our eyes and now it’s already over. Lets take a look at what happened in the world through the lens of our favorite beverage: wine.
On December 12, somebody broke into Gianfranco Soldera’s winery and started pulling taps on barrels and tanks. When the crime scene was discovered the next day, it was a ghastly picture
Will the 2015 vintage of Washington wines be ruined by wildfires? Many major wine regions are adjacent to the wildfires and have been wholly exposed to the fallout.
UNESCO approved 2 new World Heritage sites in wine regions within Burgundy and Champagne. Of course, getting tagged with UNESCO status has a few interesting caveats.
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