Daily Wine News: Supply Chain Woes

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 05-05-2022

In Imbibe Magazine, Miranda Rake reports on how supply chain woes are affecting the wine world. “Nearly everyone in the wine industry has been bending, curving, and pivoting at every turn to absorb cost increases in order to get wine into people’s hands.”

“As temperatures increase and draught intensifies, producers and industry experts in Oregon are wondering how the state’s trademark grape is going to fare,” writes Liza B. Zimmerman in Wine-Searcher. “With average temperatures on the rise over the last decades, there are concerns that this unabashedly Burgundian varietal may no longer be able to hit its usual, elegant high notes.”

In the New York Post, Jennifer Gould highlights a French company shipping wine to the US via sailboat.

Anna Lee C. Iijima explores the history of Rhône Valley white wines in Wine Enthusiast.

The Duckhorn Portfolio Inc. has bolstered its presence on California’s Central Coast by purchasing 107 hectares of Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards in the Paso Robles AVA, reports Martin Green in Decanter.

In SevenFifty Daily, Courtney Schiessl Magrini details what you need to know about Chianti Classico’s new UGAs.

In the Independent, Louise Boyle looks at how scientists are trying to save American wine from smoke-damaged grapes as wildfires sweep the West.

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