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Hannah Wallace is a Portland-based journalist who writes about food politics, sustainable agriculture, integrative medicine, and travel. She writes for the New York Times, Vogue, Portland Monthly, Spirit (Southwest Airline's magazine), and Bon Appétit and her articles and book reviews have appear...

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@hundredgrapes @zgeballe @SevenFiftyDaily Hi Sarah. Yeah, that was my bad in the story. My editors removed that line but I'm curious to know what Wright says. When I spoke to him yesterday he still said only 2 places in the world require 100% varietal content. So maybe he's unaware about the Cornas reg (+ others!)
@zgeballe @SevenFiftyDaily I'm looping in @KWCellars so Ken can reply to you directly. I'm not sure what his source was but that's what he said on the panel...
@hundredgrapes @zgeballe @SevenFiftyDaily actually, the Appellation Controlée regulations for Cahors only requires 70% Malbec content. And it seems that Tempranillo typically makes up 90% of a blend—there's no law that says bottles called tempranillo are 100% tempranillo
@zgeballe @SevenFiftyDaily Thank you for the fact-check! Correction coming soon--I meant to say Rioja and Montalcino are the only two regions that require 100% varietal content by law
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