Daily Wine News: Cinsault, Climate Change & More

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 08-30-2019

pouring-wine-1952051_1280In the New York Times, Eric Asimov offers notes on the most recent Wine School, obscure Italian reds, and announces what’s up next: old-vine cinsault from Itata Valley in southern Chile.

In the San Francisco Chronicle, Esther Mobley profiles winemaker Shauna Rosenblum of Rock Wall Wine Co., daughter of California Zinfandel pioneer Kent Rosenblum.

Elsewhere in the Chronicle, Mobley offers an early look at California’s 2019 wine harvest.

In Newsweek, Jonathan Nossiter pens “a manifesto for the agriculture and natural wine.”

Nicole Schnitzler offers a wine lover’s guide to Montreal in Wine Enthusiast.

In Town & Country, Karen Lubeck explores Washington wine.

In Forbes, Michelle Williams ponders the future of canned wine.

Guides to workplace etiquette rarely include advice on how to handle ordering and drinking wine in a professional setting. In the Wall Street Journal, Lettie Teague fills in the blanks with some practical guidelines. (subscription req.)

In Barron’s Penta, Abby Shultz reports on how Napa Valley winemakers can prepare the region for climate change.

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