CNBC on a $1,000 wine made from vines on a Brooklyn roof deck. "Shomaker, the founder of Rooftop Reds, knows that Brooklyn is not where most people would expect a new wine-growing region to take shape. But he is betting that understanding the science of wine will lead to success in a nonconventional geography."
The New York Times recommends Thanksgiving wines. "When in doubt, Beaujolais. Plenty of wines will go beautifully with your holiday table, but Beaujolais is perhaps the ultimate all-purpose wine. The entire category has gone through a renaissance in the new century."
Bloomberg recommends Thanksgiving wines. "Serve the wines buffet-style, so everyone can pick and choose. Encourage people to experiment, dump what they don’t like in a big pitcher and explore new styles."
The Napa Valley Register says it is an exciting time for Texas wine. "The quality of Texas wine has been improving over the last decade, and this quality is being recognized as the number of medals at out-of-state wine competitions won by Texas wines has grown exponentially between 1984 and 2016, with 142 medals received in 2016."
The Napa Valley Register on Warren Winiarski getting inducted into the California Hall of Fame. "Winiarski is only the second California wine industry member to be honored with this “Spirit of California” medal. Robert Mondavi was inducted to the California Hall of Fame in 2006, its inaugural year."