Daily Wine News: Most Influential List

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(Source: Wikimedia)

(Source: Wikimedia)

On IntoWine.com, Michael Cervin recognizes the “Top 100 Most Influential People in the U.S. Wine Industry.”

Jamie Goode visits with Frank Cornelissen. “It’s interesting, because Cornelissen has always been considered to be a natural winemaker, yet he doesn’t like the term. ‘I love the idea and the concept, but if you analyse it there is no natural wine,’ he says.”

Thanks to its central location and exceptional technology, Germany has become a international hub that bottles the world’s wine. In Meininger’s, Felicity Carter pays a visit to a filling line.

Local authorities in the Pyrenees-Orientales region of France was said to have promised to re-examine the deportation case of Japanese winemakers Rie and Hirofumi Shoji in response to the public’s anger, according to the Wine Chronicle’s Susan Lewis.

“Germany is gearing up for its earliest grape harvest on record thanks to the ongoing heatwave, with grapes due to be picked in the Rheinhessen next week,” reports Lucy Shaw in the Drinks Business.

Wines & Vines talks to Jennifer Jo Wiseman, vice president of consumer and product insights for E. & J. Gallo Winery, about the results of the company’s recent KUBE survey.

Layla Schlack explores all that Vinho Verde has to offer in Wine Enthusiast.

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