Once the boxes appear, you always know that harvest is imminent. This year, harvest is of course different and not just because of our modern-day plague but because of another plague that arrived in the 19th century and has set up shop with great abandon this year. I’m talking about mildew which has slathered itself across essentially every region along the northeast segment of the Mediterranean wine corridor as well as a number of others throughout Iberia. All the way back in June, the massive mildew problem was already known […]
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