Daily Wine News: Indian Wine Impresses

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Rajeev Samant (Source: Sula Vineyards).

Rajeev Samant (Source: Sula Vineyards).

In Decanter, Jane Anson profiles Rajeev Samant of the Indian winery Sula Vineyards. “If there’s a more impressive man in the wine trade that Rajeev Samant, I look forward to meeting them. A conversation with him is a crash course in Indian economic history, as you would expect, but also in entrepreneurship and self-belief.”

In Munchies, Chantal Martineau reports on how crucial a flock of 200 sheep at Tablas Creek Winery in Paso Robles is to the health of the vines and soil they grow in.

“Global warming may hit wine lovers where it hurts the most – the pocket – as rising temperatures are likely to increase labor costs in Europe’s vineyards,” reports Alex Whiting in Reuters.

Betsy Andrews explores how a collection of library wines helps a winery establish a legacy in SevenFifty Daily.

Richard Jennings finds the Sonoma Coast’s Chamboulé wines are “exceptional” and “profound,” comparing his experience of tasting them to those he’s had with an old Barolo and mature white Burgundy.

Friesling is the new frosé, reports Lauren Sloss in Punch.

Kamal Kouiri talks to Wine & Spirits Magazine about his love for Santorini wines.

In Wine Spectator, James Molesworth on how Domaine Font de Michelle’s vigneron Guillaume Gonnet is returning to his father’s style of Châteauneuf-du-Papes.

Wine-Searcher searches for Bordeaux’s most expensive wines.


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