Posted by Wine News | Posted on 11-02-2017| Posted in
In Punch, Jon Bonné on why it’s time to stop fetishizing wine experts. “The more I thought about it, the more I had to acknowledge that our current fascination with expertise has actually made it harder to enjoy wine.”
In Wine-Searcher, Liza B. Zimmerman looks at just how big the gap between red and white wine sales is, and whether or not it’s growing.
The Drinks Business reveals that James Suckling believes that wine can be made as popular as Starbucks coffee in China providing consumers are granted access to quality wines
In SevenFifty Daily, Julie H. Case explores which Pinot Noir clones are best for different regions and how wine makers choose them.
In Wine & Spirits Magazine, Patrick J. Comiskey remembers Seth Kunin, who recently passed away at age 50. “Kunin died just days after finishing harvest, in a newly completed winery in Goleta; the wines from that harvest will be finished by his many friends in the business, including Drake Whitcraft, Graham Tatomer and Raj Parr, along with Andrew Bouton.”
Wine Spectator’s James Molesworth reports on the haves and have nots of Bordeaux’s 2017 harvest.
In Vinous, Antonio Galloni reviews the 2014 Barbaresco vintage. “Vibrant, perfumed and beautifully delineated, the 2014s capture the essence of what makes Nebbiolo so compelling.”
Grape Collective talks with Berenice Lurton of Sauternes’ Chateau Climens about rotten grapes and biodynamic farming.
Source : http://www.terroirist.com/2017/11/daily-wine-news-fetishizing-fascination/