Hello, and welcome to my weekly roundup of the wine stories that I find of interest on the web. I post them to my magazine on Flipboard, but for those of you who aren’t Flipboard-inclined, here’s everything I’ve strained out of the wine-related muck for the week.
Jancis Robinson Shares a Look Inside the Evolution of The Oxford Companion to Wine
This edition transitions to Julia and Tara being in charge.
Australia’s Treasury Wine Estates to buy DAOU Vineyards for $900 million
That’s a preposterous price.
With hard work and luck, Texas Hill Country emerges as a wine region
Dave McIntyre sings for the Lone Star State.
Why Are So Many Wine Regions Dealing With Oversupply?
Short story: people aren’t drinking enough.
What’s next for Italy’s illustrious Brunello wine?
A tale of two Brunellos.
The Science of Flor Yeast
Hugh Johnson in Napa: A Conversation Among Friends
Hugh and Karen have a chat.
Humble Picpoul de Pinet steals the show
Henry Jeffreys on Picpoul.
Champagne house threatens to sue UK firm for naming sparkling wine ‘Crystal’
Hard to see the UK firm winning this one.
Underground Cellars Saga Rumbles On
Still not looking good.
Is Rioja the Next Great…White Wine Region?
Yes! Rioja Blanca is da bomb.
Pinot Noir Harvest 2023: The Race to Ripen
Ripe, rot, or green.
A drink lover’s guide to Budapest
And don’t forget the baths!
Putting the south in South Africa
Danger looms now.
Wine Industry Fires Back Against the WHO’s ‘Zero Safety’
As well we all should.
Beyond Terroir: How the Chemistry of Wine Builds Flavor and Texture
It ain’t just the rocks.
Is the Definition of Wine Changing? The Push for ‘Low-Alcohol’ Wines Suggests So
Jason’s not convinced we need worry.
Vineyard prices are soaring in Etna
The big boom (yes, that was a volcano joke).
Rudy Back in the Fake Wine Game
Once a crime, now entertainment?
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