Home » News

Vitabella Wine Daily Gossip – Today Can Wine TV Succeed? Also read about California, Roussillon, Dressner, India, Millennials…

21 septembre 2011 No Comment
Daily GossipEdition September 21, 2011

Today Can Wine TV Succeed? Also read about California, Roussillon, Dressner, India, Millennials, Harrods, Winefuture, Copain, Forbes, Hedge, Parker, Bordeaux, Chapoutier, Lafite, Rothschild, Romanee Conti...VitaBella Wine Daily Gossip brings together some articles read on the internet over the last 24 hours.

Can Wine TV Succeed?
(Eater)

In California, Wine executives bullish on future (Press Democrat)

The Unsung Wines of Roussillon
(Business Week)

White wines today on par with reds
(Press Democrat)

The best asset when ordering wine in restaurants: Educated staffers
(SF Gate)

Chilean Carmenere: Wine with charm
(Washington Times)

Austrian red wines are unsung, under-appreciated, unbelievably delicious
(Chicago Tribune)

Even if you can't wait, Nebbiolo can still deliver
(Press Herald)

Aussie Red Alert Against Red Wine
(Indian wine Academy)

What happened to the wines from Australia?
(Anniston Star)

When Wine Merchant Telephones Stop Ringing
(James Suckling)

In US, A tribute to Joe Dressner, wine importer and provocateur
(San Francisco Gate)

The world's most populous nation is a key market for sellers of the finest and rarest drops.
(Sidney Morning Herald)

In India, the growth of wine culture is unstoppable
(Indian Wine Academy)

New ‘Marius’ from M. Chapoutier, Terlato to Quench Millennials’ Thirst for Blends
(In the Mix)

M&S wine buyer moves to Harrods
(The Drinks Business)

Business diary: Doug Wregg, Les Caves de Pyrène
(Financial Times)

World of California wine is entering its own storm
(North Bay Business Journal)

The Surprise of the Downsell
(Wall Street Journal)

Daniel Boulud Gathers his Sommelier All-Stars for an Evening of Wine, Food, and Friendly Competition
(Haute Living)

EU forces port producers to be clever with labels
(NZ Herald)

Indian Wine: The industry has benefited from investment, rapid growth and an influx of foreign expertise but prices remain too high
(Guardian)

Romanee-Conti 1990 Burgundy Fetches Record $297,400 at Auction
(SF Gate)

Screwcap vs. Cork: Which is Greener? (Palate Press)

Winefuture ‘11: Taste That Beats the Others Cold
(Indian Wine Academy)

In UK, wine producers enjoy good year helped by climate change
(This is Money)

Tasting Copain’s new style of wines
(SF Gate)

VitaBella Wine #Riesling Post
(VitaBella Wine for Riesling Lovers)

VitaBella Wine #Pinot Noir Post
(VitaBella Wine for Pinot Noir Lovers)

VitaBella Wine #Bordeaux Post
(VitaBella Wine for Bordeaux Wine Lovers)

Comments are closed.