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  • It's official – Britain's wine-drinking public have spoken about their sparkling wine of preference and the results are decidedly Italian.  According to the results of a study done by research company IRI, Prosecco sales rose a whopping 72 percent from the beginning of the year to mid-July. The grand total of purchases was more than $400 million... Read More

    From the article Brits Say Hello Prosecco, Goodbye to Champagne


  • Numbers don't lie, but sometimes they don't tell the whole truth.  Take Jakub Marian, for example. Not satisfied with 2014 alcohol consumption numbers released by the World Health Organization in 2014, the numbers and culture enthusiast decided to break down the statistics on his own and create a map of Europe which detailed the approximate amou... Read More

    From the article New Booze Map Calculates Wine Consumption in Europe


  • According to the numbers, wine from the United States is an afterthought in Australia.  A report this past week from Pasco, Wash., NBC-affiliate KNDO/KNDU indicated that Australia is showing a keen interest in changing that trend by bumping up its imports of wine from Washington. Currently, the report said, exports of American wines to Australia... Read More

    From the article WA to Oz: Aussie Rep Explores Export Options for Washington Wine


  • The world of wine fraud is a varied one indeed; some crooks choose to go the way of the smash-and-grab, while others lock themselves in extra rooms and ply their dubious trade via labelmakers, corks and bad intentoins.  This past weekend another nefarious character met his end at the hands of the British court, who sentenced Spyros Constantinos,... Read More

    From the article Wine Fraudster Busted for Investment Scheme Shenanigans


  • Led by an interesting trio of China, India and Vietnam, countries in the continent of Asia are unashamedly enamored with wine.  This past week, China Daily correspondent Krishna Kumar explored the burgeoning tastes of Asian drinkers in an article titled, “Asia Develops a Taste for Wine.”  Like many reporters before him, Kumar pointed out that th... Read More

    From the article Asia Set to Be World's Biggest Wine Consumer in 2018


  • Much has been made of China's emergence into the wine world, particularly in light of recent reports from the International Organisation for Vine and Wine in which numbers indicate the country grows more grapes (table and wine) than any other country in the world.  Part of the Chinese success, a recent story by CBS News noted, may be their insat... Read More

    From the article Wine Desert No More: Chinese Converting Barren Land Into Grape-Bearing Kingdoms


  • Greg, don't even read this!Yesterday I hosted a pinot noir event.  It was a blind tasting of three BC and one California.  Talk about getting out of the box.  For me this is tantamount to cross-dressing.  It started because Chester introduced me to the Kettle Valley "Hayman" reserve Pinot last year.  I really liked it, so when I found one (83 ca... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pinot Noir throwdown


  • Some United States wine buyers are subject to hefty tariffs. Others can hold onto more of their hard earned cash. Can you guess which state gets the most take from your bottle purchases? The results may surprise you.According to a Tax Foundation study, the tax code varies not only by state but also by alcohol level. Alcohol level is directly pro... Read More

    From the article Where Is Wine Your Friend? Ask Uncle Sam.


  • You've got to hand it to the United States. They love their wine in all its forms – by the glass, by the bottle, through the written word and by just about anything else which can express the country's love for the nectar of the grape gods.The United Kingdom newspaper The Daily Mail recently ran its brief on the Vinexpo global wine fair, highlig... Read More

    From the article The Results Are In: Vinexpo Says Americans Are (Very) Thirsty and Rather Simple


  • As if ten of thousands of rabid Texans flashing their “Hook 'em Horns” hands and burning the nation's collective retinas with their ever-effervescent burnt orange t-shirts and jerseys, the University of Texas has decided to up the ante at their home games and offer wine and beer to drink.The decision is a natural fit for a college campus among t... Read More

    From the article Hook 'Em Horns! Wine, Beer to Assault Austin at Longhorn Home Games


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