Field Grafting, New Planting Help Vineyards Keep Pace With Change
by Laura Ness
Feb 2009 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
As with everything in life, the wine industry is cyclic, as much driven by consumer gullibility and the desire for something new as by the roulette wheel of Mother Nature. What was once all the rage, Grey Riesling in the 1970s, for example, is now extinct. Syrah was once touted as the next Cabernet but has sadly fallen victim to Shiraz. For every faux pas, however, there is a brilliant leap that catches on, like Pinot Noir. ...
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