Vogue offers stylish wine for Thanksgiving. "Victoria James: For Friendsgiving, the perfect wine that pairs well with everything is rosé."
Travel and Leisure visits the Okanagan Valley in Canada. "The southern part of the Okanagan is hotter than Napa Valley," Canadian wine expert Kurtis Kolt says. "In the north, it's much cooler. You've got bears. They come down in the middle of the night and gorge on grapes. Call it true Canadian-style wine growing."
Fergie likes to drink her own wine reports Jezebel. Later on in the interview, Fergie says, “I just designed the label, of course, because I had to get my creative juices flowing, if you will.”
Decanter on tasting old Lynch-Bages. "We started with the 1924 – the first year that Château bottling took centre stage in Bordeaux after being championed by Baron Philippe de Rothschild at Mouton Rothschild."
The Drinks Business reports that Chinese police have seized 14,000 of fake Penfolds. "At a press conference held on 13 November, Alibaba confirmed that 13 suspects had since been detailed, including one wine dealer, Mr Dai, who had been selling fake Penfolds for 200 yuan ($40) per bottle online, when it should retail for 600 to 3000 yuan ($120 to $595)."
Jon Bonné in Punch on the current state of California Cabernet. "But there also is a lot of beautiful cabernet to be found, both among classicists who resisted the desire to change—people like Cathy Corison and Philip Togni—and those who want to find a middle ground."