Daily Wine News: Vegan Somms

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In the World of Fine Winefood_bread_wine_parsnips_radishes_turnips_lemons_pumpkins-1050849.jpg!d, Gemma Price delves inside the world of vegetarian and vegan sommeliers and explains how the popularity of meat-free dining may influence in positive ways how all of us eat out.

Two winemakers in the prestigious Conegliano-Valdobbiadene region have had their wine seized for breaking rules over sugar. Liza B. Zimmerman reports on issue in Wine-Searcher.

John Szabo explores the rise of blaufränkisch in places beyond its native Germany and Austria home in Wine Enthusiast.

In an article from UC Davis, Jessica Nusbaum looks at how UC Davis Library’s wine archives continues to grow with collections donated by various wine writers.

In Forbes, Lana Bortolot recommends four books published in 2018 that gave rise to plenty of philosophical debate to topics such as minerality, terroir and authenticity in wines.

VinePair breaks down drinking trends and per capita wine consumption by state.

What makes Screaming Eagle tick? In Decanter, Tim Jackson MW tastes the component parts of the cult wine to find out. (subscription req.)

In Wine & Spirits Magazine, Joshua Greene reports that Adrian Bridge, CEO of Taylor’s Port, is creating the Porto Protocol to initiate the fight on climate change.

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