Daily Wine News: Coronavirus Continues

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 03-16-2020

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In Forbes, Liza B. Zimmerman talks to Rob McMillan about how the coronavirus is affecting the wine market.

In Wine Spectator, Robert Camuto shares what the shutdown in Italy has been like, and looks ahead to what he hopes for the country’s future. “The world will soon need inspiration. Italy needs to tap into its well of imagination and creativity and can help show the way. And emergency or no, it is always better to drink and eat well.”

In the Dallas News, Alfonso Cevola reports on how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting local wine retailers.

In the New York Times, Eric Asimov offers notes on the most recent Wine School, Valpolicella, and announces what’s up next: pairing wine with roast chicken.

In the New York Times, Dave McIntyre explains why you should take a second look at Bordeaux for more contemporary and affordable wines.

On the blog for First Vine, Tom Natan tells the story of the couple that started Maremma’s Bulichella winery.

In Wine-Searcher, W. Blake Gray profiles Pierre LaBarge, and looks at what he learned during his year of working at cult producer Sine Qua Non.

In Oregon, Erath Winery has closed the doors to its Dundee Hills tasting room. Knudsen Vineyards will resume control of the property to open their first-ever tasting room this summer, reports Michael Alberty.

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