Daily Wine News: Canned Wine…Fad?

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 09-04-2018

(Flickr: Gnawme Lovely)

(Flickr: Gnawme Lovely)

Canned wine isn’t just a passing summer fad, it’s a $45 million business, according to Nielson,” says Sarah Whitten in CNBC.

In Wine-Searcher, Vicki Denig talks to “young, experimental” winemaker Jaimee Motley about winemaking, sexism and what’s next on the horizon.

“Beppe Rinaldi, iconic Barolo grower and outspoken natural wine advocate, has died,” reports Jeremy Parzen on his blog, Do Bianchi.

Walter Speller pens a farewell to Giuseppe Rinaldi on JancisRobinson.com. “I found Rinaldi exhilarating and confusing in equal measure, and perhaps would have felt more at ease had I known that his nickname was ‘ il citrico’, the acerbic one.”

In Vinous, Neal Martin turns his attention to South Africa. “I reiterate my claim that no country, no wine region has been as dynamic, progressive or indeed, as exciting as South Africa. It is almost unrecognisable compared to a decade ago.”

In Grape Collective, Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher raise a toast to Stony Hill Vineyard.

In Wine Enthusiast, Kerin O’Keefe showcases barbera from Piedmont.

Fiona Beckett highlights a handful of wine podcasts in the Guardian.

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