The Wall Street Journal looks at the modern side of mead.
In the Seattle Times, writer Andy Perdue decided to collect a wine from every year he has been alive.
The Associated Press on the Willamette Grape Stomp.
In the Washington Post four Virginia wines from unusual grapes.
Jancis Robinson on winemakers doing a u-turn including Alberto Antonini, Keith and Clare Mugford of Mosswood, Gérard Gauby of Roussillon, Eben Sadie.
In Snooth, a 3,000 year old cellar in Israel meets modern science.
In Bloomberg, Mouton Cadet owner seeks opportunities beyond US, Chile.
World record DRC auction lot goes for over $1M reports The Drinks Business.
In the Wine Enthusiast, discovering Bikavér, known as Bull's Blood, Hungary's newest star wine.
The New York Daily News on $1.4M in grant money going to boost NY beer and wine industries.
The Associated Press on Syria and Lebanon wine scene: "boutique wineries mainly run by Christians have endured despite decades of unrest and the fact that Islam — the majority faith in the region — forbids both the production and consumption of alcohol."