Daily Wine News: Natural Labels

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 01-16-2023

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In Wine Enthusiast, Aleks Zecevic considers how natural wine production fits — and doesn’t fit — in with current winemaking laws. “Many natural wines are prohibited from stating the regional designation, not to mention the specific vineyard, in which the wine is produced. This is often because the wines are designated “atypical” for the region based on a variety of reasons.” 

On Louis Pasteur’s 200th birthday, Nina Caplan took the opportunity to reflect on a trip to the region from which he hailed, the Jura — the darling of the natural wine world and home of the ‘gorgeous’ Vin Jaune — in Club Oenologique.

In Decanter, Clive Pursehouse looks at how the electric Monarch tractor could change the winegrowing industry.

In the San Francisco Chronicle, Jess Lander considers how wine tasting trends will shift in 2023, including all the changes we could see in tasting rooms.

In Bon Appétit, Emily Saladino delves into orange wine’s popularity and looks at how it’s fostering a new generation of wine consumers.

Lettie Teague highlights the best bargains to be found in white Burgundy in the Wall Street Journal.

Since the collapse of cryptocorrency as an investment option, wine is looking increasingly attractive, says W. Blake Gray in Wine-Searcher.

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