Daily Wine News: Radical Roussillon

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In Punch, Jon Bonné finds Roussillon to be a “very southern and slightly standoffish region of France, which in short order has become one of the most radical and interesting places in the country to produce wine.”

We’ve never had to question the ageability of wines from Old World regions like France and Italy—we already know the answer,” writes Sean P. Sullivan in Wine Enthusiast. “Can New World wines age the same way? More importantly, should they even be held to the same standard?”

In the New York Times, Eric Asimov tries his hand at making red wine vinegar at home.

In Wine Spectator, Emma Balter looks at the hurdles wine lovers continue to face when ordering wine to ship online.

AdAge reports that “Stop Your Wine-ing” is part of a new ad campaign for a new MillerCoors brand called Two Hats, “a fruity light beer.”

In Wine-Searcher, Kathleen Wilcox looks at how the “influencer industry” is influencing the wine world.

In SevenFifty Daily, Paul Adams delves into the science of pét-nat.

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