Daily Wine News: Trade War Hurts Winemakers

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In Wine Spectatorwine_bottles_wine_rack_wine_bottle_range_bottles_wines_wine_sale_rarity_storage-1100923.jpg!d, Emma Balter reports on how the trade war with China, Mexico and the E.U. is hurting U.S. wineries.

In the New York Times, Eric Asimov offers notes on the latest Wine School ( Soave Classico), and announces what’s up next: rosés beyond Provence.

In Afar, Alice Feiring delves into history of Chile’s natural wine movement.

In the World of Fine Wine, Ella Lister delves into the first-quarter activity at the auction houses and in the wider market, as well as taking a look at the rolling four-quarter numbers and the lots to keep an eye on in the coming months.

Lettie Teague explores low-alcohol wines in the Wall Street Journal. (subscription req.)

In Wine-Searcher, Don Kavanagh looks at the rising price of wine. “The US wine market’s rude health has seen a greater increase in average wine prices than any other major market across the past six years, some distance ahead of Europe, the UK, Hong Kong and even the broader global average. And while the US is the standout performer in this respect, all major markets have seen hefty price rises.”

In SevenFifty Daily, winegrowers and researchers weigh in on site selection, canopy management, and other strategies to manage growth and ripeness.

In Wine Enthusiast, Danielle Bauter offers a wine lover’s guide to New Orleans.

In Vinous, Neal Martin offers his impressions of 2017 Vintage Ports.

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