Daily Wine News: Adapting to Change

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 11-15-2019

(Flickr: telex4)

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In SevenFifty Daily, Rémy Charest looks at how France’s National Institute for Agricultural Research has developed new, disease-resistant varieties that allow growers to adapt to environmental challenges.

In the New York Times, Eric Asimov recommends wines for Thanksgiving.

The audacious but risky Venissa project, a unique vineyard in the Venetian lagoon, was hit by the city’s highest tide in 50 years, reports Robert Camuto in Wine Spectator.

In SOMM Journal, Thomas Molitor reports on how the reputation of the wines of Bosnia-Herzegovina is changing.

In Decanter,Jane Anson explores the history of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and evaluates ten different wines from across the region spanning 25 years. (subscription req.)

Neal Martin offers his impression of the Bordeaux 2018 vintage in Vinous. “The 2018 vintage is very good to excellent in quality. However, it does not demonstrate the consistency of 2005 or 2016, and it lacks the pinnacles that mark 2010 and, again, 2016.”

In Travel + Leisure, Kevin West explores what makes Adelaide, Australia such an exciting food and wine destination.

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