Daily Wine News: Beer Before Wine?

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 03-04-2019

(Source: Pixabay)

(Source: Pixabay)

Mother Jones reports on a study conducted in Germany wherein scientists researched the truth behind the “beer before wine and you’ll feel fine; wine before beer and you’ll feel queer” saying. “As it turns out, neither order nor type made enough of a difference to prove the theory right.”

In SevenFifty Daily, Amanda Barnes explores Corpinnat, an emerging category of Spanish sparkling wine made by a number of small producers who have broken ties with the Cava DO.

In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre reports on the winner of the 2019 Virginia Governor’s Cup competition: Horton Vineyards 2016 Petit Manseng.

“There can be no doubt that the quality of the wine produced from vineyards in England and Wales is better than it has ever been,” says Jancis Robinson. “The only problem is what to call it. And a single name would be awfully helpful.”

Business Insider shares photos from the flood that affected Sonoma County last week.

Elin McCoy explores Howell Mountain, “the wild child of Napa Valley,” in Decanter. (subscription req.)

How is climate change affecting Australian vineyards? Eleanor Danenberg talks to the winemakers to find out how they’re adapting to changing conditions.

Robin Shreeves dishes out some love for New Jersey wine in VinePair.

Comments are closed.