In California, harvest is underway!
“If you can introduce someone to a wine and they really like it and then they go and try to find it and can’t, you feel cool about it.” In Punch, Christopher Ross explores the evolving tastes of those on Wall Street.
“Yet the land, the climate, the language and the culture remain apart.” In the New York Times, Eric Asimov explores the wines of Irouléguy.
In Wine-Searcher, Leslie Gevirtz catches up with Coravin inventor Greg Lambrecht.
“LVMH marketing will only help Morey-Saint-Denis, which has historically been eclipsed by Chambolle-Musigny and Gevrey-Chambertin.” Panos Kakaviatos chats with Thierry Brouin of Domaine des Lambrays.
I rarely share press releases, but this wine could be great. “Vintner Jayson Pahlmeyer and daughter Cleo will release the first estate-grown Pinot Noirs and Chardonnay from their Wayfarer Vineyard this fall, 16 years after purchasing the remote, unplanted parcel in the northwestern reach of the Sonoma Coast.”
In the Robb Report, Jennifer Wang contends that apps are almost as essential a corkscrew — and profiles CellarTracker, Delectable, Vivino, Drync, Vinopal, and CellarPass.
James Molesworth returns to Bordeaux to get “to know the vineyards a bit better.”
In the Washington Post, Roberto Ferdman breaks down drinking, state by state.