In the San Francisco Chronicle, Mike Dunne highlights Ayele Solomon’s Bee D’Vine honey wines. “Many drinkers mistakenly assume that all mead is invariably sweet. They’ve been disappointed with mediocre versions they’ve tasted at Renaissance fairs. But makers of honey wine believe that sales would be much easier if they could just persuade potential buyers to take a sip.”
In New Jersey Monthly, Tara Nurin also looks at how mead is making a comeback.
Moore Brothers Wine Company, which operates in three states, ordered 35,000 bottles, or a year’s supply, to try to get ahead of the possible 100% tariffs.
Trade wars, falling wine sales and global uncertainty. Everything points to the need for wine producers to find more baskets for their eggs, says Robert Joseph in Meininger’s.
In Wine-Searcher, W. Blake Gray breaks down the findings from the latest Silicon Valley Bank State of the Industry report. “Overall wine sales by volume in the US are actually down, for the first time in 25 years – and that’s only the beginning of the bad news.”
In the Baltimore Sun, Christina Tkacik explores Baltimore’s natural wine scene.
In SevenFifty Daily, Amanda Barnes explores the wines of Uruguay.
Miguel Ángel de Gregorio of Finca Allende talks about the complicated nature of terroir in Rioja with Grape Collective.
Source : https://www.terroirist.com/2020/01/daily-wine-news-is-mead-making-a-comeback/