Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 12/17/23

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.

Greenland’s KOKS Is Bringing Fine Wine to One of the Most Remote Places on Earth
A restaurant on the bucket list.

What Is the New Normal When It Comes to Wine Tastings?
Something I couldn’t really afford.

Mike Grgich, Napa’s ‘King of Chardonnay,’ dies at 100
SF Chronicle obit, doesn’t give Grgich a pass on sexual assault allegations.

Mike Grgich Dies at 100; His Wine Stunned the French by Besting Theirs
The NYT Obit.

Mike Grgich reflections
Dan Berger has memories and lots of photos.

How Can the Wine Industry Appeal More to Younger Consumers?
Somms opine.

Court of Master Sommeliers ditches outdated wine terms
Much to some people’s dismay.

WSTA hits back at ‘sensationalist’ pesticides in wine study
Of course there’s a backlash.

Ted Lemon on the Way Forward for California Wine
Elin talks with Ted.

The ethics of presenting the wine industry
Good, bad, but never indifferent.

How vintners are maintaining consistent house styles amid climate change
Changing to stay the same.

British man accused of swindling nearly $100 million in wine fraud case pleads not guilty
Don’t invest in wine schemes, people.

Consolidation Moves
M&A in the wine industry is heating up.

‘Somm’ Director on Why His New Wine Doc Is Really a “Geopolitical Thriller”
Excellent interview with Jason Wise.

A Major Italian Name Shifts—Allegrini Family Divides Wine Company Between Veneto and Tuscany
And they have the glamorous photos to prove it.

Wine, health, and the fool’s gold of “zero risk”
Jason Haas, always thoughtful.

Old Vine Conference focuses on Barbera and Vinchio Vaglio wines
Yummy!

What Gen Z & millennials think about beers, wines & spirits?
What do they want? Good flavor, easy to find, low price.

Randall Grahm: Peter Pan Persevering at Popelouchum
John and Dottie interview Randall.

Glitchy neurons learn to discern aromas
What am I doing? Teaching my nasal neurons.

Valle de Guadalupe’s Groundbreaking Winemakers Are Passing the Baton
Evolution and change.

Mexicans Are Consuming More Wine — And Planting More Vines
To wit.

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