John Atkinson MW has a particular interest in terroir and soil composition, as you can read in his Terroir and the Côte de Nuits . Now he has planted his own vineyard (pictured) in the village...
Part 3 of my coverage of the NEW11 on
yeast as part of terroir provoked such a long thread in the Members' forum that I felt it my duty to go to see Federico
Giotto and ask him to respond...
John Atkinson MW has written a scholarly article 'Terroir and the Côte de Nuits' in an attempt 'to try to crack the code of terroir to a certain extent' and it has just been published by the...
Now the following announcement by Wines of Germany may not come as a great surprise to you…
Ground-breaking research into the expression of terroir in Riesling wines was...
Adam Feil sends the following report on the influx of institutional capital into the world’s vineyards, based on his graduate work at Columbia University, which garnered the thesis award....
[For the long and fascinating correspondence that has resulted from this, see your turn .] David Schildknecht was moved by one article in the current World of Fine Wine magazine to write...
See A rocky blueprint for Chile's future for the first part of this story. Having presented his personal project, Clos des Fous, with many questions, and rocky digressions, Pedro Parra...
Pedro Parra's vision of the Chilean wine revolution depends on rocks and working at a very small scale. He's realistic enough to accept that he cannot have a portfolio of dozens of wines from 19...
You may have read about the fascinating experiment currently being conducted at Ch d’Arsac on the slightly contentious border of the Margaux appellation. A different high-profile winemaker...
All these words
This exact word or phrase
One or more of these words
Free for all
Wines of the week
Nick on restaurants
Don't quote me
Alder on America
Alex on taste
Max on Oz
Learn about wine
Wine & you
Where to buy
Links & addresses
Where to store
Tasting notes archive
Your turn archive
Date of publication