Posted by Wine News | Posted on 05-22-2017| Posted in
In the Harvard Business Review, Jerome Barthelemy turns to the Bordeaux wine industry to look at the impact of hiring consultants and when doing so offers the most value. “My study found that wineries with low-quality terroir benefit more from the help of winemaking consultants than wineries with high-quality terroir.”
Jancis Robinson tastes through 2008 white Burgundies and shares her impressions. “In general I found myself wondering how some of the finest Chardonnays made outside Burgundy would have shown in this line-up.”
W. Blake Gray shares some facts that came from the Silicon Valley Bank’s annual Direct-to-Consumer Wine Sales Videocast in Wine-Searcher.
Sophie Barrett visits Arbois and shares a few notes from her trip, including how its vines fared after the frost.
Alfonso Cevola has a few opinions about the wine labels you’re posting on Instagram.
Sam Radford explores the arguments surrounding “international wines” in Grape Collective.
In the New York Times, Eric Asimov delves into vermouths.
In Decanter, Michael Edwards gets a taste of the newly released Bollinger Grande Année 2007.
VinePair finds the world’s oldest wine barrel, which still has wine inside it.
In Barron’s, Michael Kennedy, former sommelier at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, picks five wines for summer.