Lifehacker on what influences the price of a bottle of wine. "Good or poor weather changes how many grapes are available for that year, which can increase demand and drive prices up for certain vintages."
Business Insider on why a $15 bottle of wine can be marked up 400% in a restaurant. "A restaurant that purchases a bottle for $5 wholesale can mark it up a dizzying 600 percent to $30 without most diners noticing," he writes. But those same diners are much more likely to balk at a 600% markup on a $30 Bordeaux."
DC Winebar owners sue Trump reports The Drinks Business. "'They do not seek damages, but wish to prevent the hotel from operating whilst Trump is in charge of it."
Winefolly explores Chilean Cabernet.