Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Best of the Wine Blogs, June 15-29, 2011

Wells Guthrie’s Damascene conversion: “less is more”
June 28, 2011 - Dr. Vino
One winemaker's conversion from New World big to Old World light.

W. Blake Gray: My argument for biodynamic and organic viticulture
June 27, 2011, The Gray Report
W. Blake explains to agribusiness that it's nothing personal, he just doesn't trust them.

The Chardonnay Showdown
June 18, 2011 - Reverse Wine Snob
Jon Suburb rates 12 value Chardonnays. Who'll come out on top?

Mini-reviews 26: Fat Bastard, Sangre de Toro, Irony, Carmel Road
June 24, 2011 - The Wine Curmudgeon
It's always good to cross some wines off the list - and the Curmodgeon 's mini reviews can help you do that.

Fluid Dynamics: Charting the Global Wine Market
June 27, 2011 - The Wine Economist
Mike Veseth sends updates from the American Association of Wine Economists meeting in Bolzano, Italy (rough gig), where international winemakers are reporting drops in the Chinese market and, from South Africa at least, long term optimism about expanding wine sales in Africa and India.

Winemakers highlight underrated, underpriced wines, part three
June 15, 2011 - Winophilia
Part Three in Tanzer/Winophilia's series of conversations with international wine stars about their take on the most undervalued regions. Interesting, though it's obvious these guys don't spend too much time at Costco.

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