Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 3/25/18

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.

Champagne for Breakfast was Just the Beginning
Bartholomew Broadbent discusses a day in the life of Michael Broadbent.

Getting to the Root of Terroir
Fred Swan talks Terroir

China’s Tariff on American Wine Will Mean Lost Market Share for Years to Come
No one wins a trade war.

Getting to Know ProWein
Elaine experiences ProWein and lives to tell the tale.

“André — The Voice of Wine” is a rare wine documentary of interest to novices and experts alike
Blake Gray says watch it.

Jefford on Monday: Georgia – finding its path
Andrew goes back to Tbilisi.

Randall Grahm on His Iconic Wine Labels
Jameson Fink talks with Grahm about how he chooses.

Here’s Proof that California Wine Country Has Risen from the Ashes
Architectural Digest returns to Napa

Everyday Wines: The Most Important Bottles You Will Drink
Eric Asimov at his best.

Argentina: Mendoza wine pioneers blur line between old and new
Zuccardi in the Uco Valley

Drink up: the real reason wine glasses keep getting bigger
Academically speaking.

These Tech Startups Forced the Wine Industry to Get Over Itself
A journalist covers wine clubs, apps, and more.

China’s Tariffs Are Sobering News for California’s Wine Country
15% premium on California wines.

Jancis Robinson on the wines to serve at a party
How Jancis entertains.

Smart wine bottle company Kuvee is going out of business
Shocked. Shocked, I tell you.

Why is it becoming harder to buy wine online?
The usual cluster.

English class in a glass!
Matthew Jukes offers a guide to English Fizz.

Neil McGuigan attacks natural wine as ‘grape-based beverage’
Another person confusing orange wine and natural wine.

Does loving wine make you politically progressive? One writer thinks it should.
Dave McIntyre tackles Andrew Jefford’s concept of wineism.