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Monthly Archives: October 2020
- October 29, 2020Tags: sauvignon blanc , quincy , loire valley
- October 23, 2020Tags: wine , terroirs et talents , saint-amour"Beaujolais is one of the wine world’s natural wonders and, with a nouvelle génération, we believe it can indeed come out of this better than ever. " Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher
- October 22, 2020Tags: samuel tottoli , riesling , kuentz-bas"Alsatian wine is very interesting because we have a lot of different grapes and different styles. Sometimes it's a problem, because it's really complex for a client to understand the different grapes, different styles, different residual sugar levels." -Samuel Tottoli
- October 21, 2020Tags: nantes , muscadet , melon de bourgogneThe word "neutral" has been thrown around regarding this wine for ages. The blank slate of the Melon De Bourgogne grape that gives us Muscadet can be more expressive than some think.
- October 18, 2020Tags: uruguay , tannat , renwood winery"In Uruguay, we produce of course strong Tannat with a lot of tannins, but now we are trying not to express that aggressivity, that tannic face, we are trying to express the other face of the Tannat, it's a soft face with good body of course, good personality." -Germán Bruzzone
- October 13, 2020Tags: winemaker interview , philippe pascal , lisa denning"As we are the first winery in Givry to become organic and biodynamic, we have generated a lot of curiosity and interest from the young generation of vignerons, while their parents are still reluctant." - Philippe Pascal, Domaine du Cellier aux Moines
- October 09, 2020Tags: spring mountain winery , skyla lore , sky vineyards"There are many ways to help wineries, but the easiest is simply to buy their wines or drink what you have and get more. That’s what we have been doing every night." Dorothy J. Gaiter & John Brecher
- October 03, 2020Categories: FeaturesTags: wine , south african wine , south africa"The New York Times a couple years back asked with climate change taking place, where would you buy your Burgundies, your Chardonnay Burgundies, if you weren’t able to buy them from Burgundy anymore. And they actually identified Elgin as a potential growing area for that."