Daily Wine News: Maison Ilan

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 10-04-2012

Ray Walker, Burgundy’s most famous American vintner, recently appeared on Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations. Yesterday, Ray announced that he has a book coming out next summer!

Jose Diaz chats with Dr. Myles Anderson of the Walla Walla Vintners.

Talia Baiocchi finds out “what’s going on in LA and where is its wine scene going.”

It’s for the children. As Dr. Vino reports, “the Bordeaux wine trade council is offering classes about wine ‘heritage’ to kids aged 6-10.”

“Texas, all y’all… need to put on your big boy pants and get all yourself right with your Lord, your wine-making and your wine-naming.” Alfonso Cevola has an issue with Texas Amarone.

As Peter Meehan explainsrot can be delicious.

On Fork Lift, the Boston Herald’s food and drink blog, Roger Berkowitz sits down with Christina Turley.

In South Africa, according to Jamie Goode, “there are a critical mass of interesting Pinots emerging.”

Decanter.com reports: “Middleburg, Virginia has become the state’s newest American Viticultural Area.”

Joe Roberts explains “Why Wine Brings Out The Best In People.”

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