The New Yorker, the Wall Street Journal, and The Atlantic cover the American Association of Wine Economists’ recent “Judgment of Princeton,” where “New Jersey wines made a terrific showing against their French competitors.”
“Summarizing the pendulum swing as simply a stylistic shift from the bigger, riper style of California wine… toward leaner, lower alcohol wines… is missing the greater point.” So contends Talia Baiocchi, in a wonderful column that praises the wines of Massican and Arbe Garbe.
In a great post, BrooklynGuy details five ways he has changed as a wine enthusiast, and five ways he has stayed the same.
W. Blake Gray highlights some interesting facts from Stonebridge Research Group’s just-released Fine Wine Trade Monitor Report.
Reuters reports: “Brazil is considering steps to protect its tiny domestic wine industry from an onslaught of imports, in what may be the most bizarre – and controversial – example to date of rising trade protectionism in South America.”
LAST CHANCE! Terroirist is giving away a handcrafted wine rack!