Daily Wine News: The Court’s Future

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 11-16-2020

“The Court of Master Sommeliers’ sexual misconduct scandal could render it irrelevant,” says Esther Mobley in the San Francisco Chronicle.

In Wine-Searcher, James Lawrence ponders the future of non-rosé wines from the South of France. “There is so much interesting stuff happening in the South of France, that the rosé story almost feels like an unwelcome distraction.”

Elsewhere in Wine-Searcher, W. Blake Gray asks: Should Napa kiss Cabernet goodbye?

Kathleen Willcox reports on how German winemakers are finding loyal consumers in Nordic countries in TRINK.

In Bloomberg, Elin McCoy highlights the under-the-radar wines from Brazil.

In VinePair, Ari Bendersky explores Virginia’s emerging wine scene. “Virginia is the country’s fifth-largest producer of wine, but unlike other large American wine regions, it doesn’t have the widespread reputation or distribution needed to bring its many acclaimed wines to a broader public.”

Dave McIntyre offers some Thanksgiving wine advice in the Washington Post.

In Food & Wine, Vicki Denig highlights 15 different organic wines.

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