Wine news October 23, 2015

NBC reports on a string of wine thefts in the Northeast. "A thief with a taste for fine wine is targeting businesses in the northeast and Groton police believe a 25-year-old New York man is behind the high-end wine stealing spree. Police have identified him as Scott Deluca of New York and they are looking for him."

SFGate on Napa's weirdest wine experience. "Joe distributes our outfits. Raymond has clearly run studies and determined that 2 ounces is the amount of wine the average adult must consume to willingly put on a glittery disco tam-o’-shanter and matching silver robe. “Does anyone else feel like Hugh Hefner?” Martin asks."

On Eater pairing wine with Pumpkin spice.

The Huffington Post on six surprisingly awesome wine destinations. "Is it possible that the country of PG Tips and room temperature ale also produces rich, complex wine?"

Winefolly on a guide to tasting an pairing Muscadet.

The Wine Economist reviews Tom Acitelli's American Wine: A Coming of Age Story. "Great story-teller (Acitelli) meets great story (wine in America) — it’s a perfect pairing. Cheers!"

Eric Asimov in the New York Times recommends fall wine under $20. "This list comprises mostly Old World wines. Some will question this, as so many inexpensive wines are available from regions in the Southern Hemisphere, for example, and North America."