Daily Wine News: Forever Changed?

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 04-09-2020

Will COVID-19 change online wine forever? In Wine-Searcher, Rabobank beverage analyst Boucard Nesin argues that the impact of the pandemic on buying habits will be a lasting one.

Wine Spectator reports on how vintners across the Southern Hemisphere are handling harvest amid disease and government-mandated shutdowns.

In Decanter, Michaela Morris highlights a dozen young Italian winemakers whose innovation, energy and commitment are leading their country’s wines into the future. (subscription req.)

For The Cork Report, Mikhail Lipyanskiy explores the ageability of Long Island’s red wines during a tasting of bottles 10 years and older.

On Terroir Review, Meg Houston Maker on the wines she’s drinking during quarantine.

How exceptional a product is wine? And if it is exceptional, what are the market implications? In Meininger’s, Robert Joseph weighs in.

In Vinous, Eric Guido offers his impressions of the 2015 Brunello di Montalcino vintage.

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