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  • Continuing her grandfather's famous legacy of change, Nelson Mandela's Granddaughter Tukwini has launched a line of sustainable wines in an effort to further elevate the repuration of South Africa, a country which has endured years of social unrest. “After (Mandela's) death in 2013, the Mandela family sought to create ways to keep the legacy of ... Read More

    From the article Mandela's Granddaughter Launches Wine Label, Calls For Diversity in South Africa's Industry


  • Montalcino is a beautiful medieval hilltop village just 40 miles south of Siena, on the ancient roadway to Rome. It is dominated by a castle, called La Fortezza, which doubles as an enoteca and wine shop. La Fortezza offers most of the wines of the zone, plus older vintages, as well as honey, olive oil, jams and the like. It also offers a breath... Read More

    From the article Time In a Bottle: 2010 Brunello di Montalcino


  • Call your friend Stu Pedasso and you're likely to get a swift swat to the head.  Name your wine with the phonetic vulgarity and you're likely to get a few sales and a spot on Slate's recent “The World's Dirtiest Wine Names”  list, a collection of colloquial sourced from Strong Language, a blog specializing in vulgar verbiage. “Wine brands, espec... Read More

    From the article Slate Runs Expose on Wine World's Most Suggestive Nomenclature


  • Turns out music and wine aren't just a nifty pairing – there's something more in the mystical union. This past Friday The Wall Street Journal reporter Lettie Teague weighed research about the link between music and wine, in which Australian scientists played various types of music as participants tasted wine. “It turned out the music did have a ... Read More

    From the article The Science of Music and Wine: Never the Two Shall Meet?


  • A new trend in winemaking may make you wonder what today's vintners are smoking. This past month The Telegraph reporter Victoria Moore explored the small renaissance clay pots are enjoying in the winemaking world, a nod back to the days of the Roman empire when wines were stored in similar containers. “The Greek and the Romans both used large po... Read More

    From the article U.K. Paper Explores Roman & Greek Obsession With Pot


  • The first sentence of Robert Sinskey's recent story in popular foodie haven Eater says it all: The era of wine arrogance is over. Sinskey elaborated. “Unlike the recent past when an ex-attorney could anoint himself the palate of America, a new generation of wine professionals seized control by embracing the Old World discipline of the sommelier,... Read More

    From the article Sommelier Trumps Score: Foodie Website Eater Elevates Somm Over 90+ Points


  • Marlborough winemakers played the part of host and helper this week as the region welcomed a delegation of 17 representatives from the Ningxia bureau of development of grape and floral industry. The purpose of the trip, according to an article Wednesday by Marlborough Express, was to learn the finer points of wine tourism.“The group of governmen... Read More

    From the article Kiwi Wineries Offer Chinese Visitors Tips on Wine Tourism


  • This past Thursday Sonoma State University announced it has begun to accept applications for the university's Global Wine MBA program, according to a press release from the school. “The program is a full-time, one-year accelerated Wine MBA program, focused on serving the global wine business professionals who desire to further their wine industr... Read More

    From the article Getting Global: California University Opens New Wine MBA


  • Let’s take a trip back in time. Close your eyes and imagine yourself an English explorer, a shipmate of Sir Walter Raleigh’s. You've just braved the Atlantic crossing and are rowing to shore towards a strange island on a forbidding coast. Yet immediately on landing, you see a very familiar site: Grapes. Lots of them. Coastal North Carolina at th... Read More

    From the article Underrated Wine Travel: North Carolina


  • The wine world isn't all pomp and pinots. This past month Midwest Wine Press published a story in which contributor Mollie Barnes covered a small collection of odd wines produced in Missouri. Highbrow they are not, but their names and flavors are worth the risk, Barnes said. “Winemakers in Missouri are experimenting with creating new and unusual... Read More

    From the article Pouring PB&J: Midwest Wine Publication Highlights Quirky MO Quaffers


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