Wine news January 26, 2015

The Wall Street Journal exposes Port to a Frequency Resolved Optical Gating instrument.

Jancis Robinson on how to use wine glasses.

In the Seattle Times, the oldest vines in Washington State come from Snipes Mountain with vines that were planted in 1914.

Eric Asimov in the New York Times on the romance of wine.

The fraud behind the Hill Wine Company is exposed in the New York Times. Napa winemaker Jeff Hill is faced with two felonies.

In the Washington Post how individual experiences impact the flavors in our glass.

On his blog Monty Waldin challenges some of reported facts on the Montalcino drugs bust.

In Forbes debates around natural wine.

In Bloomberg US demand to drive world wine growth.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports on the recovery of the stolen French Laundry wines.