Daily Wine News: The Power of Wine

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Martha Stoumen. (Photo credit: Marth Stoumen Wines)

Martha Stoumen. (Photo credit: Martha Stoumen Wines)

In Bon Appétit, Lizzie Noonan talks with natural winemaker Martha Stoumen the power of wine to transcend generations, letting go of perfection, and how winemaking can be more sustainable.

Meininger’s reports that the Consorzio Doc delle Venezie has announced that no more vineyards can be created in Triveneto (the world’s largest Pinot Grigio producer), for a period of three years, starting on 1 August 2019.

In Vinous, Ian D’Agata is back with his annual Sicilian wine report.

The wine economist, Mike Veseth, reviews Ian D’Agata’s new book, Native Wine Grape Terroirs.

The US is the most attractive wine market in the world, though the sustained volume growth of the past decade has largely subsided, according to Wine Intelligence’s Global Compass 2019 report.

In Wine Enthusiast, I offer a quick guide to field blends from places like Austria, Alsace, and beyond.

David Morrison ponders the potential of Swedish wineries on his blog, the Wine Gourd.

And in Heated, a natural wine time line excerpted from Alice Feiring’s new book, Natural Wine for The People.

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