Wine Blog Daily Tuesday 8/21/18

wine auctionA daily sample of thoughtful writing and discussion from (mostly) independent wine blogs:

According to the Liv-Ex exchange, California wines are becoming more popular among non-U.S. based investors.

In case you were wondering, the Wine Curmudgeon explains why retailers are trying to sell you Sangria.

Jameson Fink’s podcast this week covers Texas wine.

Tom Wark thinks the distinction between on-line and print wine writers is no longer relevant.

Miquel Hudin experiments with two ways of storing Coravined bottles, upright or on their sides.

Randy Caparoso continues his profile of Lodi’s single vineyard wines in Part 2 with a focus on east-side growths.

Vino Sphere has the latest wine, travel, and food news.

Michelle Williams reports on Napa wineries’ use of a legal loophole to begin serving food.

Winery Visits and Travel Posts:

Amanda Barnes visits Franschhoek, South Africa and profiles Mont Rochelle, a hotel and winery.

Selected Wine Reviews:

Reverse Wine Snob reviews Bogle Vineyard’s 50th Anniversary Reserve Petite Sirah.

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