Articles tagged with the word "botrytis":

Sweet, Reinforced and Fortified Wines, edited by Fabio Mencarelli and Pietro Tonutti

Published on July 17, 2013

With a title like this and a price tag like that, this book is going to appeal to the seriously nerdy, and indeed, the winemakers, vineyard managers, oenology students etc., at whom the briefing document says it is targeted. Keen MW students might be in that list too.

Quarts de Chaume dissected

Published on December 12, 2011

Due south, across the river, of new Loire appellations Roches aux Moines and Coulée de Serrant in Savennières, lies Quarts de Chaume, recently elevated to grand cru status. Claude Papin of Château Pierre Bize explained its origins.

Domaine Philippe Delesvaux

Published on September 11, 2011

Philippe, and his wife Catherine Delesvaux, of the eponymous domaine, make exquisite sweet wine of the highest order in the Loire’s Coteaux du Layon.

To B(otrytis) or not to B(otrytis)? That is the question

Published on June 15, 2010

Is a little bit of noble rot a good thing in dry white wines?

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