Daily Wine News: Native American Wines

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 11-18-2019

glass_glasses_restaurant_drink_wine_glass_wine_clear_liquid-989609.jpg!dKathleen Willcox explores the rise of Native American wines in Wine Enthusiast. “Tribes in California, New Mexico, Utah and British Columbia have created small, successful and critically acclaimed brands… Outside winemakers are also working with Native American growers. It’s not just a socially responsible business plan, but an investment in the future.”

“China is by far the most important market for Australian wine today, worth more than twice as much as the second most valuable market, the US.” Jancis Robinson looks at the influence of Chinese investors in Australia.

In the Wall Street Journal, Lettie Teague recommends Thanksgiving wines from America’s up-and-coming wine regions. (subscription req.)

Jamie Goode tastes a few wines made in talhas, “the Alentejo amphorae that are back in fashion.”

In the San Francisco Chronicle, Esther Mobley highlights Gail Wines, “a thrilling new label” to “reinterprets Sonoma Valley terroir.”

In the World of Fine Wine, David Williams reviews Oz Clarke’s Red & White: An Unquenchable Thirst for Wine.

In Wine-Searcher, David Allen reviews Wink Lorch’s second wine book, Wines of the French Alps.

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