Daily Wine News: Napa Update

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 05-21-2020

(Source: Visit Napa Valley)

In Wine-Searcher, W. Blake Gray reports on the scene in Napa as restaurants open and tasting rooms stay closed. “In Napa County, restaurants got the green light Tuesday night to open for patrons dining inside. But wineries and tasting rooms are still not open to visitors. It’s a fast-changing situation and might be different by next week (or even tomorrow). But right now, the discrepancy is bewildering to winery owners.”

On his Do Bianchi blog, Jeremy Parzen explores the meaning of Prosecco in his life. “It’s incredible to think it now but 20 years ago, Americans hardly knew what Prosecco was. Super Tuscans were trending, Brunello was on the horizon. But no one, including me, could imagine the sales powerhouse and economic engine that Prosecco would become in this country and throughout the world.”

On WineBusiness.com, Wine Enthusiast’s Susan Kostrzewa reflects on content strategy, audience engagement, and industry trends during the COVID-19 pandemic.

On the blog for First Vine, Tom Natan on what making wine deliveries during a pandemic has been like.

In Wine & Spirits Magazine, Sydney Love looks at the movie Uncorked, which follows Elijah Bruener as he prepares for the Master Sommelier exam.

In Vinous, Eric Guido offers a guide to the 2019 Italian rosatos.

In Condé Nast Traveler, Rick Jordan explores Malta and its natural wine bars.

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