Decanter talks to Paul Hobbs about his investment in the Finger Lakes, which he sees as becoming a rival to the Mosel.
Top UK wine merchant Berry Bros has introduced a service to allow clients to make their own barrel of Bordeaux, reports The Drinks Business.
The Wine Economist talks Italo Calvino and ponder's Eric Asimov's question about whether it is important to write about obscure wines no one can get.
On EaterNY Levi Dalton examines how restaurants can learn a trick from wine retail to develop a wine program for the future.
In honor of the upcoming Oscars, Fred Tasker of the Ledger-Enquirer writes about wineries owned by famous movie people including Richard Gere, David Beckham, Antonio Banderas.
Domaine Huet bans a critic, by the Wine Doctor.