What We’re Crushing On This Week 5.9.20

  • Eric Asimov has some thoughts on Orange Wine. With all the Pet Nat from producers like Southold, William Chris, Ron Yates, and Farmhouse, we expect Orange Wine to be popping up in Texas very soon. (New York Times)
  • A very quick, but good discussion on “quality” in mechanized vineyards. As with most things, there is always a bias working against “new” methods versus “old” methods. Time eventually changes that though. (Wine Business)
  • California has a glut of grapes, especially Cabernet. Also, Westover Vineyard Advising seems to need donations for funding if they are making presentations from spider-filled sheds. (Wine Searcher)
  • The dream of a Texas wine estate can be yours for $2.75 million in Hamilton. The article does not mention how many acres of vineyard are alive. (Houston 2 NBC)
  • If your spouse is writing about harming you, it is likely there will be a bad outcome, even for novelists. (People)