“Regenerative agriculture,” the new buzzword in viticulture practices, is already being “misused, abused and diminished by growers, winemakers and wine writers across the world,” writes
Are technological developments robbing wine of its authenticity? asks Vicki Denig in Wine Searcher. That depends on what you mean by that troubled word “authenticity.”
I’m no luddite. I wouldn’t want to do without my machines. And I surely don’t long for the days of must and battery acid in
Winemaking has undergone a scientific revolution over the past several decades. Young winemakers now graduate from university programs laden with chemistry courses. Sugar levels in
In microbiologist Manuel Malfeito-Ferreira’s survey of the science supporting a holistic conception of wine tasting, he devotes a good deal of attention to how expert
One good indicator of an important emerging topic within the wine world is when Masters of Wine candidates choose that topic for their research paper.