Wine Blog Daily Wednesday 8/8/18

stinky-cheese-lA daily sample of thoughtful writing and discussion from (mostly) independent wine blogs:

James Lawrence reports on the trend to have all-women-winemakers wine lists.

J. Blake Gray argues that bringing raw-milk cheese into the U.S. is perfectly legal as long as it’s for personal consumption.

The Wine Economist suggests that the U.S. wine industry’s achilles heel is an inadequate supply of labor.

The Drunken Cyclist is at a Burgundy tasting , Hospices de Beaune , and can’t taste or smell a thing—day 4 of the worst ten days of his life.

Susannah Gold asks what the average wine consumer can do to combat climate change.

Cindy Rynning interviews Enozioni, an Italian wizard at Instagram promotion.

Selected Wine Reviews:

Around the World in 80 Harvests profiles Schramsberg, the sparkling wine producer.

Meg Houston Maker reviews the 2014 Inman Family OGV Estate Brut Rosé Russian River Valley

Allison Levine celebrates International Albariño Days with tasting notes on several from Rías Baixas.

Reverse Wine Snob serves up the Silkbush Viognier from South Africa Plus Lime Chicken with Avocado Caprese Salad

Jameson Fink reviews a Greek Rosé, the Domaine Zafeirakis 2017 Limniona Rosé Wine of Tyrnavos

Tom Lee reviews the 2011 J. Rochioli Pinot Noir Estate

Wine Travel Eats reviews several Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand

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