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  • “Good wines start in the vineyards.” That’s the opinion of Dean Volenberg, the new viticulture and winery operations specialist at the University of Missouri Extension, a position which also includes working as a professor in the university’s Grape and Wine Institute.  According to a University of Missouri press release, the Volenberg hire means... Read More

    From the article University of Missouri Extension Hires Viticulture Expert


  • A 2013 climate study titled “Wine, climate change and conservation” by climate change expert Lee Hannah posited that the world's vineyards would experience average temperature increases between 2.5 and 4.7 degrees Celsius in the next 35 years.  While the forecast did not bode well for France, Italy and California, “swaths of the British Columbia... Read More

    From the article Okanagan Valley Winemakers Unfazed by Nature's Attempt to Turn Up the Heat


  • One Australian researcher can pat herself on the back. The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation's Dr. Leanne Webb said, about one decade ago, that Australia's wine grapes would begin to ripen earlier and earlier in the coming years, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) reported earlier today. Regional climate cha... Read More

    From the article Early Australian Grape Ripening Predicted By Researcher


  • Where you drink wine can be important. An overheated or too noisy room or city stress can downgrade the pleasures of even a very good wine.  Conversely, tranquility that allows you to focus on what’s in your glass can upgrade even a so-so sipper. What if you could leave behind all aspects of external civilization, even connectivity to all signal... Read More

    From the article Wine Where the World Began


  • With an output of over 1.2 million litres a year, Canada is by far the world’s largest producer of icewine or “liquid gold” as it is often called. That is a considerable feat, given that icewine originated in Europe a long time ago. While some people believe icewine dates back to Roman times, it reappeared, quite by accident, in Franconia, Germa... Read More

    From the article Wine for the Winter


  • Harvest time in Vermont conjures images of dried cornstalks, heaps of pumpkins, fresh cider donuts, and multi-colored leaves. Amber, orange, and yellow images may be iconic to autumn in the Green Mountain State but lately hues of red, white and rosé are showing-up in an expanding agricultural economy where cold climate fruits are fermenting into... Read More

    From the article Your Vermont Wine Guide, Part One


  • Hail, rain and shifting temperatures have Italian estates scrambling to find creative ways to combat a less-than-ideal vintage that has resulted in a decrease in wine production. The 2014 weather cycle has been described as “bizarre” and “a nail-biting roller coaster”. Some Italian media called the past summer season “the summer that never was”.... Read More

    From the article Italian Harvest: A Tale of Two Pickings


  • I began my wine journey mining for hidden gems in little known regions along the east coast of the United States. A common response to many of the wines I shared and wrote about back then went something like this; “What, they make wine there?” In fact, wine is produced in all 50 states, but many people can count on one hand the wines they have t... Read More

    From the article The United States of Wine


  • In a world where extremes are becoming the paradigms for perfection its a little surprising that one doesn’t hear much of the wines of Saxony. Strike that. One doesn’t hear anything about these wines. And that is not surprising because the production is tiny and the wines almost all consumed locally. But you should be hearing about these wines, ... Read More

    From the article Wines You'll Probably never Try


  • So what’s the first thing you think of when you read Cariñena? I thought of the grape Cariñena, aka Carignane, eponymous as it is. What I did not think of was the region Cariñena in Spain’s province of Aragon. Why is that? It’s a good question, and one I resolved while visiting the region briefly early last month. Cariñena the region doesn’t jum... Read More

    From the article Carinena Is Ready for You


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