The Wine Curmudgeon reports on Silicon Valley Bank’s look ahead at the wine business in 2018.
JVB Uncorked reports on a new Italian sparkling wine style, Secco, which has been given DOCG status. It’s basically dry Moscato
Hannah Perkins at My Pour Decisions explains the job of a winery publicist.
Susannah Gold’s adventures in home winemaking continue at Avinnare.
Aaron Nix-Gomez has a photo of a wine press from Madeira circa 1834.
Miquel Hudin takes a look back at his predictions for 2017, assessing the hits and misses.
WineOrL continues summarizing author Peter Lem’s conceptualization of Champagne sub-regions, taking a look at Côte des Blancs.
Allison Levine at Please the Palate profiles the innovative David Parrish of Parrish Family Vineyards
Reverse Wine Snob samples the Casillero Del Diablo Rosé a Chilean wine made mostly from Syrah.
Jamie Goode reviews the very serious Ata Rangi McCrone Pinot Noir 2006 Martinborough, New Zealand