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  • There are thousands of grape varieties in the world, yet in the wine industry ... ... simple in its practice. Winemakers watch their vines for mutations. If the mutations are beneficial, Walker said, “the new forms – which are clones – are propagated by cuttings and distributed.” However, he wrote, these methods won't endure as climate change... Read More

    From the article Scientist: Wine Breeding Might Be Key To Combating Climate Change

  • So (and with apologies to the OP) making this the thread about hillside herbal ... factor?And if growers and winemakers keep pushing further north with something like syrah into somewheres like Idaho or B.C., will it even be possible for to instill/foment/bring out such herbal spicines Read More

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  • Too many good wines and too little time? Let’s resolve to drink more ... ... key is to follow the best winemakers – whatever the year, whatever the wine. There’s magic in many a Cape bottle, whether a blend or a mono-varietal, and these latter hold their own well. Suggestion: Sadie Family Tinta Barocca Wyne Treinspoor California Zinfandel: Not... Read More

    From the article New Year's Resolutions: Wines We Should All Be Sipping in 2015

  • This past Tuesday the tiny island of Malta surged its way to the headlines of ... wrote. “Experienced winemakers from France and elsewhere are on board.” Fabricant focused her tasting, she said, on the island's two native varietals. “I'm familiar with the earthy, spicy flavors of syrah from a sun-baked, climate, but not with gellewza,” she wro... Read More

    From the article Maltese Wines Win New York Times' Affection

  • This past Monday science mag Cosmos published a story which explored the ... ... scientists, a sommelier and winemakers about the intricacies of terroir. The results were as varied as the opinions about terroir itself. “Terroir has far eluded science. But that may be about to change. And many places will be avidly watching this science,” Maste... Read More

    From the article Terroir: Fact, Fiction or Just Plain Science?

  • Unless you're an utter Revolutionary War geek, or want to get down and ... ... Temecula grape growers and winemakers to produce products that give a sense of that sagebrush spice, and the fossilized earth.  Then get that to spread north up into Santa Barbara, too. It only took the Languedoc winemakers 2500 years after the Phoenicians and the G... Read More

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  • One more major problem with Languedoc wines is that the larger, shadier ... ... conscientious growers and winemakers who are still trying to (and actually doing so) produce good wine. Not fun to be one of those conscientious sorts in Languedoc these days, and thus there's a lot of hatred against those negociants and international conglomerates... Read More

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  • The 2013 vintage was harrowing for Burgundy. With mostly poor weather mounting ... ... work in the vineyard, winemakers have provided superior pleasure in the glass. Read on and you will understand.  WeatherPrecipitation was twice the norm in April and May, and storms swept through during June’s flowering. This created a wet and muddy vintage... Read More

    From the article Burgundy Vintage Report 2013

  • A news outlet from Vermont's Lake Champlain Valley region in Vermont is ... ... the grapes, it can make winemakers nervous. “It gives a few ulcers because we need a few cold hours, like 24 to 36 hours of them, to do it,” he said. “We need it to get the grapes into the tank.” The harvest takes about two hours and 10 or 15 people to the harvest... Read More

    From the article Late Harvest For Ice Wines in Vermont

  • Life amid the vines and wines of Old Dominion can be an interesting one, ... ... in vineyards, he said, but winemakers say the winged opportunists have found ways to nibble on grapes despite the protective measures.  “We have, however, seen a problem with netting that touches up directly against clusters,” Triplett wrote. “Birds latch onto the... Read More

    From the article Virginia Winemakers Report On Nature's Vagrants, Mechanical Harvests, Interesting Vintage

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