Daily Wine News: Artisanal Co-operative

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(Source: CastelBarry Co-operative)

(Source: CastelBarry Co-operative)

Decanter’s Andrew Jefford visits CastelBarry, an “artisanal co-operative” in Languedoc and learns how it saved its village. “It taught the villagers that they could not only work successfully together, but that modest prosperity could even beckon via communal action.”

In Wine-Searcher, Tom Jarvis tackles “the thorny subject” of natural wine, and explains why the category is nearly impossible to automatically include in the Wine-Searcher database.

In Wine Spectator, Robert Camuto visits with one of Corsica’s trailblazers, winegrower Yves Leccia, who separated from his family to pursue his dream next door.

In Forbes, Eric Annino shares how blockchain technology can restore trust in the wine industry.

Laura Feinstein looks at the rise of the winery bachelorette party in VinePair.

In SevenFifty Daily, Julie H. Case talks to three new Masters of Wine about how they studied, what they wish they had known, and how they celebrated.

“Wine has been growing on the slopes of Mount Etna for over 2,000 years and only now is it catching the eye of investors…But for Cornelissen, it’s more than an investment opportunity.” CNBC profiles Frank Cornelissen.

In Grape Collective, Edward Marchese thinks about weird wine names.

In Punch, Zachary Sussman goes behind the scenes at Babbo, the restaurant that effectively invented the regional Italian wine list as we know it today.

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