Daily Wine News: Moldova Awakens

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 01-20-2023

Vineyards in Moldova.

Moldova is at last realizing its wine growing potential. Jancis Robinson gives an overview on her website.

In Meininger’s, Felicity Carter profiles Chinedu Rita Rosa, who went from working in wine in Nigeria, to business in Bordeaux. Now she is using her experience to help Nigerian wine importers and European producers connect with one another.

California winemakers are struggling to keep up with the demand for Sauvignon Blanc, reports Jess Lander in the San Francisco Chronicle.

California’s Suisun Valley has become a weekend destination for its top-notch wines and down-to-earth wineries—a reminder of how Napa used to be, says Barbara Noe Kennedy in National Geographic.

To Kalon, a vineyard regarded as California’s crown jewel thanks to its enduring renown for producing world-class, top-scoring Cabernet Sauvignon, has secured its legendary status with organic certification. In Decanter, Stacy Slinkard looks into the vineyard’s organic certification journey.

In the Wall Street Journal, Lettie Teague talks to wine collectors about their wine storage options — from fridges to full cellars.

In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre shares his wine predictions for 2023.

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