Daily Wine News: Future Generations

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 04-22-2019

food_bread_wine_parsnips_radishes_turnips_lemons_pumpkins-1050849.jpg!d“It’s entirely possible that these great wines will never be tasted by another generation. So is it time to simply stop talking about them, since they are becoming unattainable to the vast majority of wine lovers?” In Wine-Searcher, Don Kavanagh wonders whether great wines like Bordeaux and Burgundy will go forgotten by younger generations.

In Wine Spectator, James Molesworth catches up with Alecia Moore (aka P!nk) to talk about what brought her to wine, her old-school vigneron inspirations and the experiments she’s working on now.

Jane Anson takes a close look at the best Sauternes 2018 wines in Decanter. (subscription req.)

In Grape Collective, Christopher Barnes talks with Martin Gruzovin of the Guerila winery about Slovenian’s developing wine culture.

In Forbes, Cathrine Todd discovers the beauty of the wines from Israel’s Judean Hills.

Aaron Ayscough profiles Languedoc winemaker Olivier Cohen in Sprudge Wine.

Tara Smith explores what climate change means for Long Island’s wine industry.

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