In Club Oenologique, Adam Lechmere asks winemakers, buyers and experts what to expect from Burgundy 2021 and where it might be worth investing in the vintage. “The common theme (and sceptics, don’t spill your tea just yet) is that this is a return to classicism…The reds are light, with typical alcohol levels of 12.5 to 13 per cent. They are luminously fresh. The whites have electric acidity but they are ‘crystalline’, as Campbell put it. It’s a vintage of charm and approachability.”
Could the Carmel Coast be California’s next Pinot Noir star? In Wine Enthusiast, Matt Kettmann reports on recent efforts to create the Carmel Coast AVA and what it would encompass.
In SevenFifty Daily, Dorothy J. Gaiter talks with pioneering Black winemaker Mac McDonald about the community he’s fostered, the legacy he’s built—and what comes next.
In the New York Times, Eric Asimov highlights the year’s best books on wine (and one on whisky).
Wirecutter tasted nearly 70 bottles of nonalcoholic wine to find the best ones.
In Food & Wine, Ray Isle recommends sparkling wines for every kind of holiday party.
In Vinous, Eric Guido explore Italy’s love affair with sparkling wine.
By: Shelby Vittek
Title: Daily Wine News: Burgundy 2021
Sourced From: www.terroirist.com/daily-wine-news-burgundy-2021/
Published Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2022 13:00:01 +0000
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