Homebrewing in legal in Iceland, but only in a technical sense, will new immigration policies have an outsize impact on food and wine prices in the US? Plus more news from New Jersey and sparkling winees of the world.
Archive for the ‘Retail Wine Industry News’ Category
Explosive growth in Washington, with British Columbia not slouching along itself. More sordid sides to the Premier Cru story, and predictions for what 2017 will bring,
Last week, we looked at the idea that wine recommendations may not matter any more in a world filled with apps and algorithms that tap into the wisdom of the crowd for everything from electronics to books to music to, yes, … Continue reading
From Al Gore and climate change to vandals in Italy, a less-stodgy consumer view in the US, and the on-going cork debate, we have surprisingly wide-ranging news from the wine world this week.
Climate change benefits Brits, Northern Rhone reds reaping the rewards of a great year, American attitudes at odds worth the experts, and international throw-down: are Londoners more wine-savvy than New Yorkers?
This week our roundup of wine industry news includes two stories on vineyard workers, more bad news from France, and more sake for readers of the Wine Advocate.
A nightmare harvest in Champagne, a much-improved harvest in Michigan, end of the chase for In Pursuit of Balance, and vineyard worker healthcare in Oregon.
What a Trump presidency might mean for the wine industry, what the harvests have looked like in Bordeaux and Languedoc, a “company town” developing in California, and reports from New Zealand post-quake.
Is Vinfusion an abomination to all who love and respect the art of winemaking? Could be. Does it matter whether your grapes are harvested mechanically or by hand? Quite possibly. Do bad things happen if you mislabel wine and mislead … Continue reading
Burgundy harvest news, Pennsylvania licensing laws, and Millennial women and their relationship with drinking.