Royalty In Rot: For wine grapes, a death deferred by a Noble fungus

Winemakers spend lots of energy during the growing season battling pests and fending off vine diseases that seek to destroy grapes. But there’s one they actually welcome—the so-called “Noble Rot,” or as it is formally known, Botrytis cinerea. Botrytis is a fungal disease that typically lays dormant in almost all vineyards at all times. It … [ Read more]

Keep The Growler
Free and Independent

CONTRIBUTE TODAY

Your financial support helps ensure the future of The Growler as a free and independent publication that brings you the stories you care about.