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.
Wine’s Demand and Demography Dilemma
James Lawrence is missing something.
The Natural Wine Movement Heads to Bali
The Risks of Big Wine Auctions: Why Caution Is Key
Old wine is not guaranteed to be good wine?!?
Turning the Tables on Eric Asimov
Eric gets interviewed.
The Complex Role of Dosage in Sparkling Wine
Not about sweetness says Caitlin A. Miller.
Why Your Favorite Wine Might Disappoint You If You Order It on an Airplane
We get weird at 35,000 feet.
Georgian winemakers restoring country’s ancient grape varieties
Georgian wine gets the 60 minutes treatment. That’s a big deal.
Brangelina winery battle finally heads to court
And it’s as juicy as everyone thinks.
Michele Chiarlo, Italian Winemaker Known for Barolo and Barbera, Dies at 88
RIP to a Barbera legend.
The Twists and Turns of Sonoma County’s Mission Grape
A nice bit of history.
Can vitiforestry help revive Champagne’s ‘dying’ soils?
Take to the trees.
Italy Wins Against Australia in Prosecco Dispute
Speaking of legal sagas.
Expert Editorial: Why Is Moderate Wine Consumption Being Villainized in 2023?
We need more stories like this.
Chile abandoning vineyards as sales decline
Sounds like France.
More Sales and More Consolidation Ahead in US Wine Market
Buyers market, says Jeff Siegel.
The Billion-Dollar Deal. Did Treasury Overpay?
Robert Joseph says no.
‘Hundreds of millions’ of wine labels to be destroyed
The furor begins.
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