Archive for the ‘What They’re Reading’ Category

Wine Stories Worth Sharing – June 15, 20

June 15th, 2017

Brain health and wine, pants-less drinking, getting geeky with vines, and the countries that drink the most wine.

Wine Stories Worth Sharing – June 8, 20

June 8th, 2017

Our weekly roundup of wine stories worth sharing with your social media followers, email subscribers, and even the actual, real live people who walk into your wine shop. This week, ghost vines in South Africa, restaurant wine etiquette, and Bordeaux … Continue reading

Wine Stories Worth Sharing – June 1, 20

June 1st, 2017

A reality check on claims of wine’s health benefits, secrets to ordering great wine, and stories about fighting counterfeit wines and ways to decapsulate your wine. I’m not even sure that’s a word …

Wine Stories Worth Sharing for May 25, 20

May 25th, 2017

Stories for cash-rich, time-strapped wine lovers, lovers of natural wines, Nebbiolos, and a discussion of oak.

Wine Stories Worth Sharing – May 18, 20

May 19th, 2017

Wine at work and wine in your brain.

Wine Stories Worth Sharing – May 11, 20

May 11th, 2017

Alcohol isn’t just for numbing metaphysical pain, and wine doesn’t just grow in that small handful of US states we all think of.

Wine Stories Worth Sharing – May 4, 20

May 4th, 2017

Good wine as great revenge, how Britain shaped the wine world – even though French wine is “inexplicably great,” an interview with Randall Grahm of Bony Doon, what do Presidents drink, and the 2013 Barolo vintage.

Wine Stories Worth Sharing – April 27, 20

April 27th, 2017

Did you know that in the US, there are 62 chemicals that can be added to wines without having to be accounted for on the label? Also, Semillon, Malbec in three styles, is there a quintessential summer red, and WWJD.    

Wine Stories Worth Sharing – April 20, 20

April 20th, 2017

The best corkscrew, by category. Horses and grapes, ducks and grapes. Best and worst celebrity wines. And more …

Wine Stories Worth Sharing – April 13, 20

April 13th, 2017

What would you request for your last meal? Would it include a glass of wine? The attraction of wine labels. Using birds of prey to control pests in the vineyard, your brain on wine, and skid-row rosé.