Daily Wine News: Shades of Pink

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glassofrose“In these mad times when rosé-mania reigns over summer, the sad fact of the matter is that most rosés are not made for people who love wine.” In the New York Times, Eric Asimov finds American rosés worth drinking. “If anything, the best American rosés today are exactly what one would want: brisk and refreshing, subtle and savory, never cloying or fatiguing.”

In Wine Enthusiast, Vicki Denig looks at the ways American winemakers are embracing the northern Italian tradition of macerating Pinot Grigio must with its skins to produce copper-hued Ramato.

In Decanter, Jane Anson talks to Jenny Dobson, the New Zealander considered to have been one of the first female cellar masters in the Médoc and who was subsequently nicknamed the ‘queen of red wine blending’ for her consultant winemaking work in her home country.

In Vinous, Neal Martin turns his attention to Château Latour and offers notes on various wines from 1887–2010.

Dr. Cecelia Muldoon, a physicist with a passion for wine, is researching a way to shed light on old problems. Felicity Carter reports in Meininger’s.

In the Courier Post, Robin Shreeves reports on the current state of New Jersey wine.

In Forbes, Courtney Schiessl on what makes the wine club Winc unique.

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