The devastating fires that recently struck California (and in particular the prized Napa Valley vineyards) put 10% of the world wine produced in California at risk.
In fact, the effects of these fires on the grapes are feared, which could be irreversibly damaged, putting the production of the coming years at risk. But Italy, the leading wine producer in the world and the main exporter of wine in the United States, will surely take on the load to make up for this lack of wine, also and above all given the growing demand for wine from the Chinese market where Italy is acquiring ever larger market shares due to the excellent quality / price ratio of its wines and their extreme versatility which makes them particularly suitable for pairing with Chinese food.
Written by: Diego Vita Sommelier
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