Daily Wine News: Price & Quality

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What’s the relationship between price and wine quality— and how can a producer get people to pay more? Robert Joseph ponders the answer in Meininger’s.

In the San Francisco Chronicle, Esther Mobley profiles winemaker Martha Stoumen.

In Fortune, Shana Clarke reports on Château Pontet-Canet new Napa label, Pym-Rae, which was just released last month.

In Decanter, Anne Krehiehl reflects on 30 years of Domaine Drouhin in Oregon. (subscription req.)

Also in Decanter, Yohan Castaing offers a Champagne 2018 vintage report.

In Wine-Searcher, Jim Boyce considers the impact that the coronavirus is having on the wine trade—in China and beyond.

On his Do Bianchi blog, Jeremy Parzen looks at Italy’s response to the coronavirus.

Matt Lardie delves into the carbon footprint of wine in Wine Enthusiast.

According to the Drinks Business, a study conducted by The University of British Columbia (UBC) claims that applying an agricultural spray made of phospholipids reduces levels of volatile phenols found in smoke-exposed grapes.

In Vinous, Neal Martin offers extensive notes from his day of tasting 2017 DRC in the bottle.

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