Wineries love rave reviews and appellation upgrades, but do they really make cents? In Wine-Searcher, Kathleen Willcox weighs wine scores against price. “How a bottle of wine is priced today, and how it can be priced tomorrow, is, as it turns out, highly dependent on reviews, geographic and quality qualifiers.”
In the Buyer, Richard Siddle looks at how the ramifications of Covid, problems in the supply chain and seemingly quarterly increases in dry good, packaging and bottling costs, along with a global shortage in glass bottles has meant price increases that are affecting every segment of the wine industry, from winemakers to retailers and consumers.
Many Bay Area wineries are now enforcing strict adults-only policies, a shift that came out of the pandemic. Jess Lander looks at the reasons why wineries are less kid-friendly than ever in the San Francisco Chronicle.
“Why is it that Armenian wine is just now starting to turn heads?” asks Breanna Wilson in Forbes. “There is a myriad of ways to answer this, but the short answer boils down to the up-and-coming boutique wineries that are pushing the limits of what wine means to a country like Armenia. Through the eyes and hearts of these winemakers, new light is being shown on the indigenous grape varieties in the country, and their significance to the history of winemaking.”
In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre shares a list of the best wine books he ready this year.
Eric Asimov highlights 11 great wine bars around New York City in the New York Times.
Jessica Fields explains what a “zero-zero” wine is in VinePair.
By: Shelby Vittek
Title: Daily Wine News: Scores & More
Sourced From: www.terroirist.com/daily-wine-news-scores-more/
Published Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2022 15:30:24 +0000
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