Daily Wine News: Interesting Comments

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 05-03-2011

Yesterday’s news roundup included a link to Tom Maresca’s questions about James Suckling and his journalistic ethics. Mike Steinberger’s take on the story has generated quite a number of thought-provoking comments, with Antonio Galloni of the Wine Advovate, Daniel Posner of Grapes the Wine Company, wine writer Evan Dawson, and many others chiming in. It’s a great read.

Thanks to a generous gift from the late Paty Bogle, research into Petite Sirah is well underway at UC Davis.

Joe Roberts has been wondering if anyone should care whether a winery uses cultured yeasts instead of wild yeasts, so he posed the question to the twitterverse. His post is super interesting.

Lot18 has raised $10 million in new venture capital to expand its business.

Total Wine will bring in more than $1 billion in revenues this year. Shanken News Daily recently interviewed David Trone, co-owner of the liquor superstore chain, about his business.

The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, comes out against HR 1161.

Yesterday, we launched a survey to learn more about our readers. It won’t take longer than two minutes — it’s just ten multiple-choice questions – and it’s completely anonymous. Thanks for your participation!

Comments (2)

  1. Thanks for the shout-out!

    Will you be posting the survey results, btw?


  2. Joe – We will! But not till Monday, May 16 — I’m going to leave the survey up for two full weeks, in the hopes that we’ll get a good sample.