Wine news April 30, 2018

The San Francisco Chronicle reviews Ayesha Curry's new wine. "“We identified the style of wine they liked. Ayesha and Sydel admitted they like these juicy, jammy, bold Cabernets.”

The Sunshows you how to open a wine bottle without a corkscrew. "Hacker 007 revealed a step-by-step guide to get to the wine without any fuss. To start off, remove the bottle’s cover to expose the cork in question."

The Washington Post says the best pours in wine country often happen in industrial parks. "They may not have their own wineries, but they often are challenging the way wines are made, marketed and sold."

NY Times Wine School on the salty Carricantes of Sicily. "So it is with Etna Biancos, whites with a pronounced savory quality that belies another wine cliché, that Italy cannot produce white wines with character. " The next lesson is Fiano.

In Decanter Andrew Jefford examines the uniqueness of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé. 

Jancis Robinson says in Craiglee Australia does restraint, terroir and longevity.