Daily Wine News: Burgundian Soul

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glassofroseIn Decanter, Jane Anson on Rosé de Riceys, a rosé with a Burgundian soul. “This is a rosé that you approach slowly, piecing together its history and its taste like a jigsaw. It’s little known even in France itself…”

In the World of Fine Wine, Alder Yarrow outlines what he looks for in a wine list, wine list trends he’s noticed, and what he looks for while judging on the panel for the World’s Best Wine Lists.

In Forbes, Susan H. Gordon looks at how Greek winemaker Vassilis Papagiannakos is experimenting with the grape Savatiano to make wines other than retsina.

Paula Forbes wonders if Texas wine will ever be able to make a name for itself in GQ.

Doug Frost, MS, MW talks about Ribera del Duero in Wine & Spirits Magazine.

The Fresno Bee reports that 125 workers were evacuated from the E.J. Gallo winery due to ammonia leak.

In Wine Spectator, Lexi Williams reports on the multiple studies that have found that wine may lower risk of dementia.

Ashley Ragovin, founder of the monthly wine club Pour This, offers a guide to enjoying wine in Life and Thyme.

Is glyphosate in vineyards dangerous? Wines & Vines investigates.

In the Sacremento Bee, Angela Hart looks at how California wine country is evolving into cannabis country.

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