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  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Melon de Bourgogne

    As its name suggests, Melon de Bourgogne comes from Burgundy. By the Middle Ages, it had spread to the central Loire ...

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  • Those emerald blocks of vines are home to more than just your favorite ... or ... or destroy grapes, vines or roots. Turns out these shrubs attract butterflies as well. “Researchers in the study identified an average of 20 butterflies in each enhanced vineyard, representing a total of 29 species,” Maynard wrote. “This compares to vineyards wit... Read More

    From the article Vineamorphasis: Wash. Vineyards Might Be Haven For Butterflies

  • Friuli (or more properly Friuli Venezia Giulia) lies in Italy’s ... in ... in the soil, which allow the roots to penetrate further. The peculiar characteristics of this soil and its ability to release micronutrients are some of the main reasons why the winemakers in this region are able to achieve such an incredible balance between muscle and ... Read More

    From the article For the Love of Friuli Wine

  • California’s brutal drought has led winemakers across the state to ... ... soil is sandy and vineyard roots are not deep, such as hillsides,” Swindell wrote. Furthermore, he said, “research has shown that dry farming can reduce a crop yield significantly, bringing serious economic consequences.” Iron Horse Ranch Operations Manager Laurence Ste... Read More

    From the article To Dry Farm or Not to Dry Farm? Napa Winemakers Answer

  • Well if you have regular access to fresh mahi-mahi (though my experience with ... into the state hints at the roots I had there. In fact my grandfather helped found Calavo. So still more or less in my blood.&nbs Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tasting with GregT: Vega,...

  • Had the pleasure to taste with GregT in San Diego yesterday evening. I had the idea to pair up Greg and a friend from the Netherlands who was in San Diego for a convention, due to their interest in Tokaj, and it seemed to work well, everyone having a good time.Lessons Learned: Harslevelu is good stuff, and probably my new favorite white wine gra... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tasting with GregT: Vega,...

  • The photo gracing the top spot in a recent Australian Broadcasting Company ... ... disease that feeds on the roots of vines and can eventually kill an entire vineyard,” reporter Deb O'Callaghan wrote this past week. Ruby is part of a of training program at Melbourne University, the article said. Sonja Needs, a researcher who works with viticul... Read More

    From the article Winemakers May Turn to Canine Intuition to Fight Flies

  • The terroir discussion may have become a little more interesting – and ... found around the plant's roots than with the actual soil characteristics,” reporter Duane Pemberton wrote in a Mar. 25 article on media site Communities Digital News. “New research could have a long-standing impact on how those in the wine business think about soil and ... Read More

    From the article Research Findings May Strike Terror-oir in Hearts of Purists

  • Getting back your roots is a matter of blending, according to a story this past by The Australian's Max Allen.  “In our modern world we've become obsessed with single varietal wines, where each type of grape is kept separate from the others in the vineyard and the winery – planted on its own, picked on its own, fermented on its own, bottle on it... Read More

    From the article Going Old-School: Some Australian Winemakers Embrace "Field Blend"

  • It may not be the Mona Lisa or The Last Supper, but it's definitely making ... ... but true to his Tuscan roots he was also a keen lover of the grape,” Squires wrote. While the grapes – identified as Malvasia di Candia – may not be the super Tuscan da Vinci was, they were worthy of a replanting in one of Italy's culture capitals.  Researchers... Read More

    From the article Italian Master's Vineyard Vicariously Voyages To New Milanese Home

  • Though not (yet) a wine titan, Idaho is making progress as a viticultural ... ... the industry is very grass roots,” the couple told GNW. “They're hard-working farmers. We wanted to show the side of the industry that doesn't necessarily come through at a tasting.” According to the story, Drew grew up in the Snake River Valley, Idaho's first Am... Read More

    From the article Bud to Taste Buds: Idaho Wine Documentary Debuts at Festival

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