Daily Wine News: Looking Good

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 02-02-2012

Grape Radio catches up with Antonio Galloni, and chats about his new responsibilities in California.

On Monday evening, Wine Enthusiast Magazine honored “the wine industry’s influential leaders of 2011.”

“According to the seventh-annual study on wine consumption in the U.S. conducted by the Wine Market Council and Nielsen Marketing,” things are looking good for the wine industry.

Mike Veseth, aka the Wine Economist, outlines his remarks to this year’s Unified Wine and Grape Symposium.

CNN International’s Errol Barnett – host of Inside Africavisits South Africa’s Winelands.

“It has one of the deepest collections of Italian wine in the country.” In Eater, Talia Baiocchi reviews the wine list at Mario Batali’s Babbo. (H/T: Eric Asimov.)

“For consumers, there are a few things to remember about corkage. The law allows restaurants to welcome your wine, but they are not required to do so.” In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre urges Virginia consumers, restaurants, and wineries to remember that corkage is now legal.

In Drink What You Like, Frank Morgan interviews Sideways author Rex Pickett.

Plumpjack has purchased Steltzner Vineyards.

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