Liquor Industry News/Links 05-22-17

Liquor Industry News/Links

The Wonderful World Of Wine (WWW)

05-22-2017

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By: Mark C Lenzi

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Upcoming Franklin Wine Club  Event

June 15th

Napa Valley Rocks

Host Jo Ann Ross

“Napa Valley Rocks” , Napa Valley Vintners’ Unique Educational Program, digs deep into what makes Napa Valley America’s premier wine growing region.  For years, wine lovers have extolled the virtues of ripe Cabernet Sauvignons or rich, buttery Chardonnays from Napa.  Travelers flock there for stunning cuisine while they laze the day away tasting the Valley’s handsome collection of wines.  To truly appreciate Napa Valley, we need to thoroughly penetrate the surface.  The convergence of an ideal climate for grape growing, a unique geology, a compelling wine history, a pioneering, innovative spirit, a respect for the environment, and a tradition of giving back contribute to what makes Napa Valley unique.  Napa Valley most definitely has a story to tell.

About Jo Ann

Jo-Ann Ross is Napa Valley Vintners’ Greater Boston Wine Ambassador.  She was selected to attend the Napa Valley Vintners’ “Napa  Valley Rocks” program in 2010 and the “Napa Valley Vintners’ Wine Writers Academy” in 2012.  In addition, she holds the coveted Diploma of Wine and Spirits (DWS) from Great Britain’s Wine and Spirits Education Trust. Jo-Ann is also New England’s First French Wine Scholar and Italian Wine Scholar Instructor issued by the Wine Scholar Guild of Washington, DC. She is always eager to champion world wide wine regions through organizing and conducting successful marketing promotions for restaurants and retail stores throughout New England.  Jo-Ann created the unique “Edu-Tasting℠”, a 5 minute mini-class  to accompany a standard wine tasting.

https://www.meetup.com/Franklin-Wine-Club/events/240034559/

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Here’s Why You Should Think Twice Before Refrigerating Your Champagne

HOW LONG IT TAKES TO BURN OFF WINE, BEER, OR A COCKTAIL

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How Chateau Tumbleweed Makes Such Eye-Catching Labels

When you see a bottle of Chateau Tumbleweed in the wine aisle, you might do a double-take.

http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/restaurants/chateau-tumbleweed-kris-pothier-arizona-wine-labels-9254460

Study of Wine Yeasts Could Unlock New Vintages

The finding could explain some of the variation in wine vintages available to consumers and open the door to refining wine flavors and crafting all new vintages.

http://www.realclearscience.com/quick_and_clear_science/2017/05/13/study_of_wine_yeasts_could_unlock_new_vintages.html

HOW TO PAIR BEER WITH FOOD

Beer is as versatile as it is diverse, providing both complementary and contrasting experiences when paired with food. In fact, a good beer can bring out the best in any dish — if you know which kind to choose. Here are a few pairing suggestions for the most commonly-found beer types:

http://sbmag.net/how-to-pair-beer-with-food/

The Spanish cava hangover

In the last 10 years, there has been a drop of 12% in the consumption of cava in Spain

http://elpais.com/elpais/2017/05/11/inenglish/1494485818_661688.html

SUPERIOR SNIFFERS: CAN WE SMELL WINE BETTER THAN DOGS?

In a recent article entitled ‘Poor human olfaction is a 19th century myth,’ published in the Science journal, Dr McGann, a Psychology professor at Rutgers University, has argued that the notion that the human sense of smell is inferior to other mammals is ‘an unproven hypothesis.’

https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2017/05/superior-sniffers-can-we-smell-wine-better-than-dogs/

China Is Building a Disney World for Wine

Changyu, China’s winemaking powerhouse, is building French-style chateaus and Italianate castles around the country—and an entire “Wine City”—to encourage the country’s passion for the grape.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-09/china-is-building-a-disney-world-for-wine-in-xi-an-and-yantai

A snapshot of the bulk wine market

Container transport has become the method of choice for shipping wine around the globe, and not only in Italy. In some countries, more than 50% of production is shipped in bulk. Much of this wine is sent to Germany, the UK and other European counties where big bottling plants are located. Some European bottlers are so efficient, that it costs less for a South American country to bottle the wine in Germany or the UK and then send the wine back, than to bottle it in the country of origin.

https://www.meininger.de/en/wine-business-international/snapshot-of-bulk-wine-market

Tax Break For High-Alcohol Wine Sours Health Activists

At the heart of the matter is a quirk of oenology.

The pending legislation would drop the federal tax to $1.07 per gallon for all wines with less than 16 percent alcohol. That’s the same rate that has applied for decades to wines under 14 percent.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/tax-break-for-high-alcohol-wine-sours-health-activists_us_59123049e4b0e3bb894d5b71

PERROTTI-BROWN MW: SCORES AREN’T EVERYTHING

“They only tell you where a wine sits qualitatively amongst a group of its peers, but they tell you nothing about the style of the wine.”

https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2017/05/perrotti-brown-mw-scores-arent-everything/

Velv Wine Oxygenator review: Can a $300 gizmo instantly improve your plonk?

Oxygenating your wine isn’t a bad thing. But the Velv attacks a delicate science with a bludgeon.

http://www.techhive.com/article/3195261/smart-appliance/velv-wine-oxygenator-review-can-a-300-gizmo-instantly-improve-your-plonk.html

Why wine stories matter

The history of wine is over 6,000 years old. But what is wine, if it isn’t just a liquid beverage sold in a glass container? What sets one wine apart from thousands of others?

Story is what moves wine from being a static item to something people can get emotionally involved with. Emotions are a strong driver for both purchasing decisions and long-term brand loyalty.

https://www.enca.com/life/food-wine/why-wine-stories-matter

Wine country looking more like cannabis country in California

The grapevines that line rolling hillsides and sweeping valleys in Northern California’s wine country have become iconic – a symbol of the region’s rustic charm that helped California earn its reputation as a world-class wine and food destination.

But winegrapes have new competition: weed.

http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article149815769.html

More evidence of the benefits of mechanized grape production

The study was designed to identify ways for San Joaquin Valley growers to reduce the cost of producing a marketable crop using less water.

http://www.westernfarmpress.com/grapes/more-evidence-benefits-mechanized-grape-production

NOT JUST FOR DRINKING: WINERY WASTE FINDS NEW USES

Each year, California wineries produce more than 100,000 tons of pomace. Now, that waste is being turned into everything from cooking oil to cosmetics.

http://abc7news.com/business/not-just-for-drinking-winery-waste-finds-new-uses/1977753/

Wine Growers vs. Weed Growers

McMinnville-Area Vineyard Owners Don’t Like the Smell

http://www.portlandmercury.com/ask-a-pot-lawyer/2017/05/10/19002574/wine-growers-vs-weed-growers

There is Prosecco and then there is Valdobbiadene Prosecco

The area of prosecco production is located in northeastern Italy within the Veneto region, but some of the top quality prosecco come from the hillside areas of Conegliano Valdobbiadene.

http://www.vinotravelsitaly.com/2017/05/prosecco-of-conegliano-valdobbiadene.html?utm_source=Vino+Travels+Email+Members&utm_campaign=3c83cee07c-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_670bd5443a-3c83cee07c-294676161

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King Of Beers In Trouble?

Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) officials have accused an AB InBev-owned wholesaler of providing nearly $1 million of illegal incentives to Boston-area bars to promote Budweiser and other AB products over the competition. The charges, filed Tuesday, allege that AB gave branded draft towers (worth up to $3,500) and refrigerators (worth anywhere from $500 to $5,700) to 441 licensees. The Boston Globe reports that the ABCC has set a June 20 hearing date. AB maintains that the company followed all laws and regulations for distributing branded merchandise.

Natural vs. Synthetic Foods: What’s Really Safe?

I realized that I was biased against anything non-natural. I assumed that if it’s natural, then it’s better. Apparently that’s not the truth.

https://fitnessreloaded.com/natural-vs-synthetic/

How to Capture a Bold Wine Bottle Photo with a Single Speedlight

If you’re interested in product photography, Dustin Dolby‘s channel workphlo is definitely worth a bookmark. Using minimal equipment, he’s able to capture distinct looks like this makeup shot, and in this tutorial he’ll show you how a single speedlight can produce a bold beautiful wine bottle photo that looks 100% pro.

https://petapixel.com/2017/05/10/capture-bold-wine-bottle-photo-single-speedlight/

The Many Colors of Rosé

How we classify the rainbow of pink wine—from Rosé All Day, a new book from wine writer Katherine Cole.

Just Got My Copy And Excited to Read!

http://www.foodandwine.com/wine/rose-wine/many-colors-rose

 

 

SCREWCAPS ALLOW WINE ‘TO AGE GRACEFULLY’ SAYS WAKEFIELD MD

In 2015, Maturation tests conducted on top Australian wines, aged both under cork and screwcap, yielded “ground breaking results,” with an international panel of judges voting in favour of screwcap-aged expressions in a blind tasting at Vinitaly.

https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2017/05/screwcaps-allow-wine-to-age-gracefully-says-wakefield-md/

Paso Robles has 11 distinct wine regions. Here’s what makes each one different

The federal government approved dividing up the massive Paso Robles American Viticultural Area, or AVA, into 11 smaller sub-AVAs in November 2014. But it’s only more recently that wineries, trade professionals and enthusiasts have really begun paying attention to the designations.

http://www.sanluisobispo.com/living/food-drink/wine-beer/article150513892.html

Here’s how much it costs to grab a beer around the world

As for American cities, New York City was the most expensive, with beer costing $7.40 on average. Boston wasn’t too far behind, at $7.20.

http://www.businessinsider.com/cost-of-beer-around-the-world-2017-5

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CHINA’S WINE REGIONS: SHANXI

Known as a major coal mining province in China, Shanxi’s coal production has fuelled the country’s fast-track economic development for decades. Its ancient courtyards, traditional Yaodong or cave dwellings are dotted around the landscape of the arid Shanxi Plateau, part of the Loess Plateau in northwestern China. Winemaking in the northern province is limited but the province is said to be among the first places in China to experiment with winemaking; Qingxu County, south of its provincial Capitial Taiyuan, has records showing winemaking history that dates back to 2,000 years.

https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2017/05/chinas-wine-regions-shanxi/

Jim Beam unveils Bourbon-infused coffee range

Beam Suntory has partnered with New York-based producer White Coffee to release a line of Jim Beam Bourbon-infused coffees, available in five flavors.

https://www.thespiritsbusiness.com/2017/05/jim-beam-unveils-bourbon-infused-coffee-range/

NIZZA DOCG, A SMOKING DRESSED BARBERA

If Barbera d’Asti is the King of Pop Wine in Northern Italy, and Babera d’Asti Superiore is the underrated muscular superhero of Barbera, then the Nizza DOCG is the suave, serious. international man of mystery… it’s the James Bond of Barbera.

https://www.mynameisbarbera.com/nizza-docg-smoking-dressed-barbera/

Organic wine has a public relations problem

Like time travellers and Yogi Berra’s mind-bending witticisms, organic wine seems stuck in a paradox. It keeps growing in popularity, yet most consumers are disinclined to pay more for it. In fact, in the case of highly rated wines, those that are explicitly labelled organic often fetch lower prices versus comparable-quality cuvées made via conventional means.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/food-and-wine/wine/organic-wine-has-a-public-relations-problem/article34989720/

A Print Magazine All About Natural Wine Is In The Works

The world of niche food magazines just got a little bigger. Terre, an art-driven publication dedicated to all things natural wine, recently launched a crowdfunding campaign.

http://www.foodrepublic.com/2017/05/15/print-magazine-natural-wine/

Canned wine: It’s here and not so bad

The 2016 Survey of American Wine Consumer Preferences revealed that 20 percent of Americans surveyed said they would purchase wine in a can.

http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/life/food/2017/05/12/canned-wine-s-here-and-not-so-bad/101431408/

Alcohol does not alter personality, say scientists as they debunk myth of ‘happy drunk’

Although many people blame drinking for alterations in their usual behavior, new research shows that there is little shift in character between sober and squiffy.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/05/15/alcohol-does-not-alter-personality-say-scientists-debunk-myth/

Let’s Be Clear: Bad Wines Are Bad Wines, Period

A couple of wine writers have recently tried to make the case that bad wine should be tolerated, if not embraced. They argue that it can’t be entirely bad if it appeals to large numbers of people. Drinking bad wine encourages the love of all wine, and, really, nothing is harmful about bad wine, so why not live and let live?

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/15/dining/processed-wines-dont-drink-them.html?ref=dining&_r=1

HOW LONG IT TAKES TO BURN OFF WINE, BEER, OR A COCKTAIL

You’re gonna want to print out this infographic, paste it to your wall, and ensure you’ll never work out more than you need to again.

https://vinepair.com/articles/how-long-burn-wine-beer-cocktail/

A bottle you can eat

The Ooho is designed to be served fresh like fruit. If you don’t eat it, it biodegrades anyway in fewer than six weeks and it’s cheaper than plastic.

The current prototype would probably dissolve in alcohol, but they sure have it working with water, plain or flavored.

http://indaily.com.au/eat-drink-explore/wine/2017/05/17/bottle-can-eat/

IS ROSÉ A SERIOUS WINE?

SOME THOUGHTS ON THE SUBJECT

Growth in rosé consumption has been mind-boggling.  The latest figures from Nielsen Research and French Customs indicate that sales in Provence rosés alone increased 55% by volume and 60% by absolute value during the twelve months ending July 2016, as compared to 34% on volume and 40% on value for the same period a year earlier.   In France, one of every three bottles of wine consumed is a rosé.

http://www.provencewinezine.com/is-rose-a-serious-wine-some-thoughts-on-the-subject/

Here’s Why You Should Think Twice Before Refrigerating Your Champagne

“If it sits in the fridge for weeks, the cork can dry out due to no humidity,” she said. “As corks dry out, the seal between the bottle and the cork loosen up and the Champagne will oxidize faster, changing its aromas.”

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/storing-champange_us_591b2b01e4b05dd15f0bc119

All About Vouvray Wine

Vouvray (“voo-vray”) is a white wine made with Chenin Blanc grapes that grow along the banks of the Loire River in the Touraine district of France. Wines range in style from dry to sweet, and still to sparkling, each with its own distinct character. Regardless of style, Vouvray is loved for its delicate floral aromas and boisterous taste that will pucker your lips and make you immediately wish for another sip.

http://winefolly.com/review/all-about-vouvray-wine/

 

Terroir: the Missing Link

There is perhaps no more contentious term in the wine world than terroir. The mere mention of the word can send the listener into a state of uncertainty, confusion, trance, or agitation–even fury. Trying to nail down the definition of terroir can be just as challenging. Over the years, I’ve heard the word defined as microclimate, soil type, brettanomyces, poor winery hygiene, old barrels, even disposable income.

http://www.timgaiser.com/blog/terroir-the-missing-link?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TimGaiserMasterSommelier-Blog+%28The+Blog+of+Tim+Gaiser%2C+MS%29

Sazerac gives Tuaca new recipe and design

Sazerac has relaunched Tuaca after purchasing the Italian spirit from Brown-Forman last year, unveiling a new recipe and bottle design.

https://www.thespiritsbusiness.com/2017/05/sazerac-gives-tuaca-liqueur-new-recipe-and-design/

There’s a beer which gives you mystical sexual powers (apparently)

A union between Dorset based beer makers Cerne Abbas Brewery and The Watercress Company, Watercress Warrior’s sexual powers are no doubt increased by the famous Cerne Giant, which will feature as it’s label logo.

http://metro.co.uk/2017/05/17/theres-a-beer-which-gives-you-mystical-sexual-powers-apparently-6643580/

Residual sugar in wine

Residual sugar is and what makes a sweet wine sweet. And that residual sugar is the sugar from the grapes that’s left over after fermentation; more residual sugar makes a sweet wine, and the absence of residual sugar makes a dry wine.

https://www.winecurmudgeon.com/residual-sugar-in-wine-with-charts-and-graphs/

 

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June 1st

Matchbook Wines

Host Dan O’connor

Matchbook Wines began in the rolling pastures of Dunnigan Hills in 2004. Dunnigan Hills, one of California’s newest AVA’s is located in northern California, east of Napa Valley. It was first planted to grapes in the late 70’s when John and Lane Giguiere returned home from college to save their family’s wheat and sheep farm. Realizing that the wheat market could no longer sustain their farm financially, and that sheep are really not that smart, the couple planted Dunnigan Hill’s original vines. These vines would be the foundation of RH Phillips Winery and the famed Toasted Head Chardonnay. Years after selling the RH Phillips label, John and Lane returned to Dunnigan Hills to begin a new venture: Matchbook Wines.

Matchbook Winery is a small, family owned winery focusing on the production of high-quality, yet affordable wines that rival the world’s best.

Daniel O’Connor began working with John and Lane in 2016, and after years of working for much larger, more corporate wine companies, he has found a home. Dan’s passion for wine began early in the restaurant business as he worked to earn his graduate and undergraduate degrees. He lives in Boston’s North End and represents John and Lane’s interest here on the East Coast.

During our tasting and seminar, We will focus on “Old World Wines in the New World,” discussing the history of the grape varietals that we will taste and their roots in France and their success in California.

https://www.meetup.com/Franklin-Wine-Club/events/239855887/

June 15th

Napa Valley Rocks

Host Jo Ann Ross

“Napa Valley Rocks” , Napa Valley Vintners’ Unique Educational Program, digs deep into what makes Napa Valley America’s premier wine growing region.  For years, wine lovers have extolled the virtues of ripe Cabernet Sauvignons or rich, buttery Chardonnays from Napa.  Travelers flock there for stunning cuisine while they laze the day away tasting the Valley’s handsome collection of wines.  To truly appreciate Napa Valley, we need to thoroughly penetrate the surface.  The convergence of an ideal climate for grape growing, a unique geology, a compelling wine history, a pioneering, innovative spirit, a respect for the environment, and a tradition of giving back contribute to what makes Napa Valley unique.  Napa Valley most definitely has a story to tell.

About Jo Ann

Jo-Ann Ross is Napa Valley Vintners’ Greater Boston Wine Ambassador.  She was selected to attend the Napa Valley Vintners’ “Napa  Valley Rocks” program in 2010 and the “Napa Valley Vintners’ Wine Writers Academy” in 2012.  In addition, she holds the coveted Diploma of Wine and Spirits (DWS) from Great Britain’s Wine and Spirits Education Trust. Jo-Ann is also New England’s First French Wine Scholar and Italian Wine Scholar Instructor issued by the Wine Scholar Guild of Washington, DC. She is always eager to champion world wide wine regions through organizing and conducting successful marketing promotions for restaurants and retail stores throughout New England.  Jo-Ann created the unique “Edu-Tasting℠”, a 5 minute mini-class  to accompany a standard wine tasting.

https://www.meetup.com/Franklin-Wine-Club/events/240034559/

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Vinitas WineWorks LLC, Tri-County Adult Education, and Franklin Liquors are excited to announce the Fall session of the French Wine Scholar Certification program!

Now you don’t have to go to Boston for this world-class French wine course! Set yourself apart from your peers and specialize in the wines of France. Gain the confidence to taste, sell, and speak meaningfully about all aspects of French wine, from Champagne to Bordeaux and everything in between. Pass the exam and earn the title French Wine Scholar and FWS post-nominal.

Developed by the Wine Scholar Guild with the support of the French Ministry of Agriculture, this specialization program is designed for advanced students of wine, whether professionals or serious wine hobbyists. This is NOT an introductory wine class; students should have professional wine experience or previous classroom study. Students must be familiar with the concepts of viticulture and vinification, major grape varieties, wine regions, and wine styles from across the globe, and have experience tasting wine in a formal setting.

http://www.tri-county.tc/wine-scholar-program

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Franklin Library Book Club

Do you like wine? Do you like books? Join us for a special Wine Tasting & Book Club Meeting at Franklin Liquors on Tuesday, June 6 at 7:00 p.m.! We will be discussing Sweetbitter, by Stephanie Danler. Kim Shipala, Assistant Library Director at the Franklin Public Library, will lead a discussion of the novel, while Kim Simone of Vinitas Wineworks will do a tasting of the wines mentioned in the book.

The book discussion is free, but the wine tastings are $10 each. Space is limited to 40 participants. To register, either visit the library’s website or call Kim Shipala at 508-520-4943.

The first ten to register will receive a free copy of the book!

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