The Huffington Post provides some satirical wine labels.
SFGate.com on California wineries where you can stay overnight.
In Forbes the hidden natural wine bars of Paris.
In Winefolly tips on picking a good sparkling wine.
In Wines and Vines metrics show healthy US wine industry. "The value of direct-to-consumer shipments from U.S. wineries in March rose 19% from the March 2014 value, and the 12-month growth rate stayed at last month’s level of 14%."
In Bloomberg the quality of the wines is improving on airlines. "A non-scientific perusal by Bloomberg indicates that costlier wines such as Turley Wine Cellars' "Juvenile" zinfandel and Jacquart ‘Mosaique’ brut Champagne are being served in premium cabins, though not always."
In The Drinks Business counterfeiters are targeting the Brangelina wine.
In Winesearcher Rudy Kurniawan launches an appeal.
In Decanter Jane Anson on the role of pH in wine. "The pH is the wine’s centre of gravity,’ says Pierre Seillan, the winemaker of Chateau Lassegue in Saint Emilion and La Verite in Sonoma. ‘It’s often described as the backbone, but I prefer to think of it as the centre of gravity, because that better conveys the idea of how we are walking a tightrope as we make a wine."