Welcome to my weekly roundup of the wine stories that I find of interest on the web. I post them to my magazine on on Flipboard, but for those of you who aren’t Flipboard inclined, here’s everything I’ve strained out of the wine-related muck for the week.
Is It Time for Pet-Nat to Grow Up?
Transitioning from Conventional to Organic Winegrowing
Advice from those in process
Navigating France’s Recent Hard-Hit Vintages
Jim Budd offers advice
Thieves Infiltrated the Paris Catacombs to Steal $300,000 of Wine
Wine continues to be a top target.
Sommeliers are not the new rock stars of food and drink, they’re the new DJs
I agree with the metaphor.
France’s shrunken 2017 vintage – 10 considerations
Small has its advantages.
Retsina’s grapes find an artisanal use
The secret life of Savatiano
Petillant naturel, oxidised wines, skin contact — demystifying new wine terms
A glossary of sorts
Vintage Champagne: a Dying Breed?
James Lawrence says the lack of knowledge means a lack of demand.
Can wine be damaged when submerged in stormwaters?
A question many will be asking in Texas.
So, What Exactly Is Natural Wine?
Bon Appetite asks and answers.
Sake Is Finding A New Audience In Wine Lovers — Here’s Why
Jeannie Cho Lee does a Sake 101.
Moving On | Pascaline Lepeltier Interviewed by Jane Gladstone
Jane Gladstone checks in with one of New Yorkâ€™s most visible sommeliers.
Inside 2017 California wine harvest: Grapes look great, labor crisis looms
Esther Mobley on the 2017 harvest.
Godello, a Case Study in the Character of Wine
Mysterious, some found