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Blogs  :  2008 Harvest Winemakers' Blog

Kicking Off the 2008 Crush

Posted: August 26, 2008  

Welcome to Wine Spectator 's 2008 Northern Hemisphere harvest blog. A group of winemakers from some of the world's major wine regions--California, Oregon, Washington, New York, France and Italy--have generously agreed to blog about their experiences during their busiest time of year and answer your questions about crush.

News & Features  :  News

Hail Strikes Vineyards in Beaujolais and Mâconnais

Beaujolais' top Cru appellations may be hardest hit by early August storm

Posted: August 22, 2008  By Bruce Sanderson

News & Features  :  News

Harvest Off to an Early Start in California

After a year marked by frost and fire, vintners expect a smaller, but high-quality, crop

Posted: August 14, 2008  By Jenna Hudson

Blogs  :  James Laube's Wine Flights

Harvest 2008: Green Thumbs Remove Green Berries

Posted: August 8, 2008  By James Laube

Martha McClellan Levy talked yesterday about the loose clusters and small berries in the Levy & McClellan vineyard in Napa Valley. Then she showed one of the challenges facing winegrowers this year: uneven ripening and how some clusters still have green, immature or underripe berries among riper ones, and those need to be removed.

July 31, 2008 Issue  :  News

2008 Southern Hemisphere Harvest

Vintners from Argentina to New Zealand sum up the vintage

Posted: July 31, 2008  

News & Features  :  News

Australia Grapples With a Calamitous Year

The 2008 harvest was a challenge, but bigger problems may lurk down the road

Posted: May 28, 2008  By Tyson Stelzer

News & Features  :  News

2008 Southern Hemisphere Harvest

A great vintage for some, while others confronted tough conditions

Posted: May 27, 2008  

News & Features  :  News

Harvest 2008: Australia Feels the Heat

Hot weather forced many growers in the east to pick early, while western wineries had good fruit but low yields

Posted: May 27, 2008  By Daniel Sogg

News & Features  :  News

Harvest 2008: Fall Rains Douse New Zealand Sauvignon Vineyards

Marlborough battles rot after rains; other regions had it easier

Posted: May 27, 2008  By Daniel Sogg

News & Features  :  News

Harvest 2008: Chile's Dry Season Leads To Concentrated Reds

Yields are down; Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenère look strong

Posted: May 27, 2008  By James Molesworth

News & Features  :  News

Harvest 2008: Despite Early Rains, Argentine Vintners Are Happy

Malbec benefits from long, cool season

Posted: May 27, 2008  By James Molesworth

News & Features  :  News

Harvest 2008: South African Vintners Deal With Inconsistent Weather

A cool, wet growing season puts a premium on vineyard management

Posted: May 27, 2008  By James Molesworth

News & Features  :  News

Challenging Harvest Gets Harder after Accident at McLaren Vale Winery

A platform holding several large wine tanks suddenly collapsed, spilling thousands of liters of wine and seriously injuring one cellar worker

Posted: March 7, 2008  By Tyson Stelzer

Video  :  Video Index

Felsina: Harvesting Chianti Classico

Giuseppe Mazzocolin of Felsina runs the family estate in Chianti Classico -- and he produces some of the region's top wines. Surrounded by the Sangiovese harvest, Giuseppe shares the rich heritage of Felsina, its vineyards and its people.

Posted: January 7, 2008  

News & Features  :  News

2007 Vintage Report Card: Part 2

A preliminary look at quality in the wine regions of Austria and France

Posted: December 19, 2007  

News & Features  :  News

2007 Vintage Report Card: Part 3

A preliminary look at quality in the wine regions of Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain

Posted: December 19, 2007  

News & Features  :  News

2007 Vintage Report Card: Part 1

A preliminary look at quality in the wine regions of the United States

Posted: December 18, 2007  

Nov. 15, 2007 Issue  :  News

French Growers Struggle Through 2007 Harvest

Posted: November 15, 2007  

Blogs  :  Richard Betts' Blog

Dirt, Diesel and B.O.—The Requisite Ingredients for Good Wine

Posted: November 12, 2007  By Richard Betts

I recently found myself in the Rhône Valley with about 30 other pickers taking refuge in the shade of an old storage shed. Mid-afternoon, we all sat hot, parched, sticky and, in my case, with a deep cut on my hand that continued to spurt blood hours after I attempted to leave that piece of my finger in the vineyard.

News & Features  :  Seasonal

On Harvest with ... Jay Buoncristiani

Early-spring warmth kick-started what could be a great vintage for Syrah

Posted: November 2, 2007  By Laurie Woolever

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