Posted by Wine News | Posted on 11-03-2017| Posted in
In Decanter, Jane Anson tastes 100 years of wine at Bordeaux’s Château Le Puy, a firm believer in biodynamics, and is impressed. “If you want proof that there are overlooked terroirs in Bordeaux, here it is.”
It’s officially November. Let the Thanksgiving wine stories begin. First of many: Eric Asimov on the four rules of Thanksgiving wine in the New York Times.
“I will never look at a bottle of Mosel Riesling the same way again.” In Wine Enthusiast, Anne Krebiehl chronicles her experience working harvest on the Mosel slopes in the third of a three-part series.
In Wine Spectator, Emma Balter explores if inoculation can be considered “natural,” and talks to the Loire’s Louis-Benjamin Dagueneau, who says kick-starting fermentation can reflect terroir.
Constellation Brands, the world’s biggest wine company, has announced it’s buying into a cannabis company. Felicity Carter looks at what this move means for wine in Meininger’s.
“California wine needs us now more than ever before,” says Jeremy Parzen.
Laura Chubb reports on how California wine county is rebuilding after the fires in the Independent.
Ed McCarthy talks Brut Champagnes in Beverage Media.
Source : http://www.terroirist.com/2017/11/daily-wine-news-overlooked-terroirs/