Chillin' Out in Coombsville, Napa's Last Secret Terroir. The idea that a place as well-trodden as Napa might still harbor secret corners seems slightly laughable in this day and age. But if any place might still claim a shred of obscurity it would be Coombsville. Tucked behind the city of Napa to the northeast, this recently minted (as of 2011) AVA has been hiding in plain sight for a while. Cooled by the same fog and breezes from the San Pablo bay that make Carneros such a cooler region than the rest of Napa, Coombsville's rolling hills of volcanic and alluvial soils make for a goldilock
It's Time for American Wineries to Grow Up. OK America, it's time to put on your big boy pants, and start playing responsibly with the rest of the world. 10 years ago, the U.S. Government cut a deal with the European Union that guaranteed we would not allow companies in this country to mis-use the protected place names for European wine regions. That means that no one in the U.S. is allowed to create a product called
In May 2016 I joined a wine trip to Germany arranged by the wine tasting club CVP (Collegium Vinorum Polytechnicum or just "Vincollegiet" in Sweden) over an extended weekend, as part of their 40th anniversary celebration. CVP is loosely affiliated with my alma mater, the Royal Institute of Technology, but is populated more by recent graduates…
It’s not because Brazil is new to wine production. It has more than 1,100 wineries, mostly in the cooler southern regions, and there are more than a quarter of a million acres under vines. But, although there are some very good to excellent wines being made there and exported here, the reputation of these wines has been overshadowed by the reputation of wines that weren’t worth writing home about, let alone bringing home. Alas, some appeared on our doorsteps, anyway.
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