Daily Wine News: Florida Wine

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 01-21-2021

Wild Muscadine grapes. (Photo credit: Wikimedia)

In Wine Enthusiast, Carrie Honaker explores Florida’s growing wine scene. “Now, after years of failed attempts to grow European varieties, producers embrace native Muscadine grapes and other fruits to craft bottles that tell the centuries-old story of Florida’s wines.”

In Club Oenologique, Sarah Marsh picks out a host of under-the-radar gems from the Burgundy 2019 vintage.

In Wine & Spirits Magazine, Jamie Goode reports on Amorim’s newly announced Naturity, “a new technology that the firm asserts will help bring an end to cork taint.”

South Africa’s wine industry has endured a series of alcohol sales bans during the pandemic. Meininger’s looks at the toll they’re taking on the country’s wine industry.

“Château du Tertre, the fifth growth estate in Bordeaux’s Margaux appellation, has been sold by the Albada Jelgersma family as part of a strategic shift, reports Chris Mercer in Decanter.

In Wine Spectator, Shawn Zylberberg talks to scientists about how Covid-19 impacts a person’s sense of smell, “a nightmare for wine lovers.”

In Wine-Searcher, Natalie Sellers offers suggestions for pairing wine in a meat-free world.

In Condé Nast Traveler, Megan Spurrell explores the world of Bolivian wine.

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