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.
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The best corkscrew, by category. Horses and grapes, ducks and grapes. Best and worst celebrity wines. And more …
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.
Your brain matters when it comes to wine, and not just the next morning when it’s pounding if you’ve overindulged. Yao Ming does Napa, wine was a big deal in ancient China, and what happens when wine and lava mix?
Ever wonder what would happen if the clouds rained tequila? Wonder no more. Ever wonder how great it would be if you could pour red wine without dripping? We may have solved that problem, too.
Reading the wine list in a restaurant can give you nearly as bad a headache as overindulging in the wine you do finally select. We’ve got cures for both.
Hangovers and thinking person’s wine, affordable Burgundy, reasons to drink more wine, and what the stars say you should be drinking this month.
A great wine returns in Italy, pink wine makes a stand in New York, and we learn that China’s largest wine-growing region has the world’s largest shifting sand desert as a neighbor.
Lots of interesting stories for you to share with your wine shop customers this week. Including two that hit our radar at the same time and which go together like peanut butter and jelly.
Reducing the stress of dealing with a restaurant wine list. Are wine labels worthy of the term, “art?” Continued good news from the Jura, not so good news from Jay Z’s Champagne empire. Is value investing in publicly traded wine … Continue reading