Daily Wine News: New Mexico Wine

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 02-22-2023

A vineyard in New Mexico.

In SevenFifty Daily, Tyler Wetherall delves into the winemaking community in New Mexico, “the oldest wine growing region in the U.S. and, before Prohibition, the fifth-largest wine producing state…Today, the well-versed wine drinker would be hard pressed to name a New Mexico producer aside from Gruet. But the state has been quietly growing its wine industry in the past decade.”

Rainer Schäfer explores the southern end of Mosel in TRINK Magazine. “Geologically, the southern winegrowing Mosel is part of the Paris Basin, with soils similar to those of Champagne and, yes, Burgundy. But this part of the Mosel was long not taken seriously…”

On his blog, Jamie Goode looks at the many ways that wine regions can combat rising temperatures.

In the World of Fine Wine, Margaret Rand meets Michael Moosbrugger, the diplomat who has overseen the modern transformation of the historic Austrian estate, Schloss Gobelsburg.

In Decanter, Tiziano Gaia celebrates 50 years of Sicily’s only DOCG wine, Cerasuolo di Vittoria.

Jeff Porter gets a taste of the muck-talked-about 2019 Barolo vintage and offers his thoughts in Wine Enthusiast.

Thrillist has a list of affordable wine regions to visit.

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