Daily Wine News: Aged Italian Whites

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 11-18-2022

In Wine Spectator, Robert Camuto explores winemaker Roberto di Meo’s aged white wines from Campania’s Irpinia region. “Releasing aged Italian whites is a radical idea—especially to Italians. Doing it in Italy’s South, where whites have customarily been drunk young and fresh within the year, is close to heresy.”

“Are there parallels between German and Austrian wines, small-scale farming, and the queer community? If so, the most essential may be a shared need for safe space,” writes Valerie Kathawala in TRINK. “Schmetterling, a queer-forward natural wine and vinyl shop that opened this summer in rural Vermont, aims to offer just that.”

Good Fruit Grower looks at the insights emerging from a carbon-modeling project run by the nonprofit California Land Stewardship Institute, in which California grape growers (such as Silver Oak) participate in a regenerative agriculture pilot project.

In Vinous, Eric Guido explores the “unrealized potential of Marche,” the region located in the easter part of Italy between the Adriatic Sea and Apennine Mountains.

Oregon’s King Estate Winery has acquired longtime vineyard partner Pfeiffer Winery and Vineyards. The two wineries have been friends, collaborators and vineyard partners since King Estate first purchased fruit from Pfeiffer in 1992.

In the Robb Report, Mike DeSimon and Jeff Jenssen share their Thanksgiving wine recommendations.

Caroline Pardilla also shares some go-to Turkey Day wines in Imbibe Magazine.

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