“Greece’s financial woes have thrust the country into the news lately. But amid the noise over that turmoil, Greece’s winemakers are quietly producing wines that are better than ever.” So contends Laurie Daniel in the San Jose Mercury News.
France’s first sparkling wine came from Limoux — not Champagne. And now, the region is “fighting its corner with an offer of quality sparkling wines at affordable prices.”
In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre writes about Francis Ford Coppola’s efforts to “revive” the Inglenook name.
At the “Judgment of Princeton” — a wine competition hosted by the American Association of Wine Economists — “New Jersey wines made a terrific showing against their French competitors.”
In the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, Dan Berger offers some thoughts on how winemakers might succeed with Syrah.
Think you have what it takes to become a Master of Wine? Think again.
Grape Radio chats about family and wine with Laurent Drouhin of Maison Joseph Drouhin.
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