Daily Wine News: Instagram’s Influence

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Instagram Global Networking Smartphone Mobile PhoneOn the blog for First Vine, Tom Natan wonders how Instagram and other social media might influence winery tasting room design in the future. “In my experience, winery tasting rooms are designed to show you the beauty of the surroundings – rolling hills, rows of grapevines, trees, lovely outbuildings…But very little in the tasting rooms themselves that will draw your eyes to the wine or the inside surroundings to make you want to photograph them.”

In the Napa Valley Register, Jennifer Huffman catches up with Violet Grgich, daughter of Miljenko “Mike” Grgich of Grgich Hills Estate.

In Wine Spectator, Lexi Williams summarizes the different messages of two recent studies that found links between wine and brain health.

In Bloomberg, Elin McCoy says these are the three bottles you should always have on your fridge door shelves: a crisp, aromatic white; an easy-drinking sparkler; and a Provencal rosé.

Jamie Goode reports from the Atlantic Wine Symposium in Nova Scotia, and offers a glimpse into the region’s wines.

In Wine Enthusiast, Roger Voss is betting on Cru Beaujolais’ future.

The Drinks Business considers the potential of nebbiolo in South Africa.

Money Magazine declares that canned wine is the drink of summer 2017.

In the Chicago Tribune, Michael Austin explores Carinena wines.

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