Daily Wine News: The Good & The Bad

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Vineyard in Burgundy (Source: Wikimedia)

Vineyard in Burgundy (Source: Wikimedia)

Jancis Robinson shares some news about Burgundy 2016: “2016 is a seriously delicious vintage. Bad news, burgundy lovers: there is a serious shortage of wine.”

Wines & Vines looks at how “bomb cyclone” and unusually cold temperatures have affected vineyards in the Upper Midwest, the East and New England.

In the World of Fine Wine, Gemma Price delves inside the world of vegetarian and vegan sommeliers.

So, you want to be an Italian wine expert? Alfonso Cevola has a few tips.

In Wine-Searcher, Alice Feiring pens a love letter to the cradle of wine, Georgia.

In VinePair, Stacy Slinkard looks at how some grapes in Valtellina are harvested by both hand and by helicopter.

Antonio Galloni shares his thoughts on the “radiant 2015s” and “more nervy, tense 2014s” from Chianti Classico in Vinous.

In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre offers his take on what we can expect in the world of wine in 2018.

Elin McCoy also looks ahead at 2018’s wine world in Bloomberg. “There will be new experimentation, exploration, and the continuing of trends we enjoyed from last year.”

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