Daily Wine News: Australia’s Fires

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 12-30-2019

In Meininger’sFire, Jeni Port reports on how Australia’s fires are impacting the wine industry, with up to a third of grape production wiped out in the Adelaide Hills wine region.

Australia’s Wine Business Magazine offer updates on the Adelaide Hills bushfire crisis. “About 20 wineries are affected by the bushfire. The burnt area contains one-third of all Adelaide Hills vineyards. One of the worst-affected wine producers is Tilbrook Estate in Lobethal. It has lost everything.”

In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre reports on how the proposed tariffs could impact wine importers.

On his Do Bianchi blog, Jeremy Parzen explains how the proposed 100 percent tariffs on Italian wines and other European agro products will impact the Italian wine industry.

In the New York Times, Florence Fabricant explores how winemakers through Greece are recognizing native grapes like assyrtiko, xinomavro, debina and malagousia.

Grape Collective talks with Thomas Lombard of Champagne Lombard about embracing the grower ethos in Champagne.

On JancisRobinson.com, Tamlyn Currin reviews Ian D’Agata’s Italy’s Native Wine Grape Terroirs.

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