Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 12/10/23

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.

Richard Siddle on solutions to be found at Wine Future 2023
A recap of the three-day event.

Wine: Commodity or Artisan Product?
Yes. It is.

9 Lesser-Known Grower Champagnes That Buyers Recommend
And not one of them under $70, sadly. But some excellent choices here.

Where to find ‘affordable’ wines in Burgundy 2022
Read this if you’re fixin’ to find out.

The Most Memorable Wines of 2023
Eric Asimov remembers some interesting bottles.

Flaviar Acquires Wine-Searcher
The big news last week.

Wine-Searcher sale in the works for over a year, CEO says
A lot longer than that, say others.

There’s Really Only One Rule When Giving Wine: Don’t Be Boring
Victoria James on gifting.

AI Correctly Identifies Bordeaux Wine Chateaus, But Does This Prove Terroir Is Real?
Pretty much, actually.

War And Wine: The Struggles And Successes Of A Ukrainian Industry
What a photo.

Does Fine Wine Have to Satisfy Purists?
Wine doesn’t have to satisfy anyone except the person who buys it.

Wine, Globalization, and the End of History
Mike Veseth yearns for a golden age.

8 Reasons Why Winter Is a Great Time to Visit Sonoma Wine Country
Yes, and every other Northern Hemisphere wine country.

Five Things We Learned in November 2023
Important stuff.

Jamie Goode: Vines and the science of drought resistance
Jamie gets geeky.

Will New Grape Varieties Change the Identity of Classic Wine Regions?
Yes, but change is better than death?

Posh NYC wine company faces state regulatory probe over missing bottles
Glad the authorities are looking into it.

Why Napa Green’s Glyphosate Ban is Such a Big Deal
A nice, in-depth look at the issues.

Argentina’s white wine renaissance
Not just Torrontes.

Consumers care less than you think
“Our wine is made in the vineyard.”

Additional layoffs at Ste. Michelle indicate on-going struggles
Canary in the coal mine?

Why one of Champagne’s greatest cuvées could soon become extinct
Beware the louse.

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