Hello, happy holidays, 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.
Get That Champagne Feeling on a Sparkling Wine Budget
Eric recommends some excellent sparkling wines that don’t come from Champagne.
The state of wine in 2023 — Jancis Robinson’s year in review
Jancis takes a look at worrying trends.
Investors lose taste for top Burgundies and vintage Champagne
Coming off the heights.
The 12 best bargain wines of 2023
Dave McIntyre does his rundown.
Archaeologists Find 1,900-Year-Old Winery in France’s Rhône Valley
Roman ruins amidst modern-day wineries.
Head of Oregon Wine Board interviews on his way out.
‘Places and origins build the architecture of scent, shape and flavour in a wine’
Forget about grape varieties, says Andrew Jefford.
A ‘Revolution’ in the Italian Tyrol
Some hemp with your wine? Study shows better soil, potentially flavors from intercropping
Interesting (and completely illegal in the US).
Why Etna Bianco Is Set to Outpace the Region’s Reds
Why Christmas is the perfect time to discover Madeira
Better than Port, IMHO.
Shocking Working Conditions in Champagne
In this day and age? Unconscionable.
All change in the Loire! How this wine region is ‘upping the ante’
Sustainability on track, Cru’s coming to Anjou and more.
California State Controller weighs in on Napa winery dispute
An “ahem” and a raised eyebrow from Sacramento.
Jeff Siegel: The Ramble
Jeff Siegel hangs up his pen.
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