Daily Wine News: Next in Natural

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Where are natural wine’s next frontiers? In PUNCH, Alice Feiring looks at how Andalucía, Spain and Japan are staking a claim within the movement.

In Wine Spectator, Robert Camuto meets with Robert Anselmi, who “has earned his reputation as Soave’s rebel with a cause.”

With growing consumer awareness of sustainability, more wine producers are looking at how they farm. How easy or difficult is it to go biodynamic? Richard Woodard looks at two examples in Meininger’s.

Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher of Grape Collective, and former Wall Street Journal columnists, donated their papers to the wine library at UC Davis.

In the Los Angeles Times, Bill Addison explores the art of good wine service in restaurants.

Dave McIntyre dives into the intimidating wine list discussion in the Washington Post.

In the San Francisco Chronicle, Esther Mobley checks out the wine selection at the Chase Center, the Golden State Warriors’ new home court in San Francisco. “It may not come cheap, but it’s a much better selection — and more fairly priced — than standard stadium fare.”

In Wine-Searcher, Vicki Denig talks with Jamie Ritchie about Sotheby’s new line of wines, covering everything from inspiration to vinification to decision-making and a handful of details in between.

On his Do Bianchi blog, Jeremy Parzen looks at how the 25 percent wine tariffs imposed by the U.S. in October are already started impacting small business across the country.

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