How Great Wine Is Made

    Great wines don’t just happen by accident.

     That’s common knowledge among the world’s most respected vintners, who understand that a cooperative Mother Nature is an essential part of the process.

     But there’s more to it than that, so we asked Bryan Davison, the vintner for California’s acclaimed Angeline line, to share his keys to winemaking success. You can read his insights right here on, beginning on Wednesday.

     Also this week, we’ll answer a few questions about how best to display one’s wine collection, we’ll reveal the reasons why German Riesling is so good, we’ll examine what the wine industry is doing about its carbon footprint, and more.

     On a sad note, we’ll also bid a fond farewell to one of the most influential figures in the development of the Paso Robles winegrowing region.

     I hope you’ll make your daily source of useful (most of the time) and interesting (all of the time!) wine news and information.

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