‘The regeneration game', an interesting article by Jancis Robinson in the Financial Times

Jancis Robinson, considered the world's most influential wine critic, published on March 11 an interesting article on regenerative viticulture in the British newspaper Financial Times under the title 'The regeneration game'. An extended version, entitled 'Farm like there's no tomorrow', can be read for free on her website. Here is the link: Farm like there's no tomorrow | JancisRobinson.com

Jancis talks about her experiences and knowledge of regenerative viticulture and mentions several winemakers, including Miguel Torres, as president of the association that has promoted the new international certification Regenerative Viticulture Alliance (RVA).

We also recommend reading the articles that participated in her Wine Writing Competition 2022, dedicated to regenerative viticulture, which you will find on her website.

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