Wine Blog Daily Tuesday 10/30/18

1imagesA daily sample of thoughtful writing and discussion from (mostly) independent wine blogs:

Tom Wark addresses the issue of gender inequities in the wine industry.

Vicki Denig reports on the trend of wineries seeking  their own exclusive appellations.

Randy Caporoso discusses the recent changes at Lodi’s Michael David Winery and gets the scoop on their Politically Correct Red Blend.

Pam Strayer reviews The Sommeliers Atlas of Taste by Raj Parr and Jordan Mackay

Wine Travel Eats reviews Wine Block, a substance designed to protect teeth from red wine stains.

Winery Visits and Travel Posts

Travel Wine Chick explores Biltmore Estates Winery in Asheville, North Carolina

Foxress is kidnapped by Lagana Vineyards in Walla Walla for a evening of imagination and tactile adventures.

BC WIne Trends visits Red Bird Estate Winery in the Kootenays, British Columbia.

Selected Wine Reviews:

The Wine Curmudgeon reviews the Justin Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Larry the Wine Guy reviews the 2016 Cantine Enrico Morando Ruché di Caastgnole Moneferrato D.O.C.G

Reverse Wine Snob reviews the Chronic Cellars Dead Nuts Red Blend from Paso Robles

Pull That Cork reviews the line up from Kenwood Vineyards in Sonoma County

wineOrl takes a deep dive into Jean-Louis Chave wines from the St. Joseph appellation.

Vino Sphere reviews the Wairau River 2016 Pinot Noir, Marlborough

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