Daily Wine News: Brazil’s Wine Boom

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 12-04-2018

Source: Go Brazil Wines

Source: Go Brazil Wines

In Wine Spectator, Liz Thach reports on Brazil’s growing wine industry. “Brazil’s wine industry dates to the 1880s, when a handful of wineries were established by northern Italian immigrants, but has now grown to more than 1,100 wineries. During the past decade, the wine industry has expanded, with revenues increasing from US$213 million in 2007 to more than $640 million in 2017.”

Tom Wark shares the results of his 2018 American Wine Writer Survey. “While numerous aspects of the wine writers’ work remain very similar to what it was 25 years ago, a great deal has changed too. The most obvious change is the advent of the Internet and digital publishing and all the disruption to subscriber bases and ad dollars that come with it. But as the survey shows, the community of wine writers is also changing, particularly with regard to gender.”

“Albert Frère, the billionaire veteran Belgian businessman and who became co-owner of Château Cheval Blanc in Bordeaux after investing with Bernard Arnault, has died aged 92,” reports Chris Mercer in Decanter.

Alfonso Cevola looks at the state of natural wine in flyover country.

Antonio Galloni explores Champagne’s new releases in Vinous.

On WineBusiness.com, Cyril Penn reports on the ways climate change is affecting vineyards around the world.

In Grape Collective, Christopher Barnes talks with Valle Reale general manager Giulia Migliorati about the winemaking path of Valle Reale and the uniqueness of the Abruzzo region.

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