Posted by Wine News | Posted on 04-12-2013| Posted in
On Thursday, a jury in New York agreed that Eric Greenberg had sold William Koch 24 bogus bottles of wine at a 2005 auction.
“Burgundy is like a classic that you take in slowly, assimilate and always remember.” In the New York Times, Eric Asimov writes about the retirement of legendary vintner Jacques Lardière, the outgoing technical director at Louis Jadot.
Jeff Siegel celebrates the success of the Drink Local Wine movement.
“In Bordeaux, it is always the same.” In the Wall Street Journal Europe, Will Lyons writes about the unveiling of Bordeaux’s new vintage.
“Although there is no mistaking the high tannins making these barrel samples (and future wines) built to age, their veritable charm and true elegance makes most of them – from low price points to high – very promising in 2012.” Panos Kakaviatos chats with John Gilman about the “fresh, elegant wines” made by Christian Moueix in 2012.
Wine-Searcher releases its “Most Expensive U.S. Wines” list.
Elsewhere in Wine-Searcher, Rebecca Gibb chats with Tony Terlato.
Lily-Elaine Hawk Wakawaka spends some time with Frédéric Panaiotis, the chef de caves for Ruinart Champagne.
Richard Jennings writes a fun essay on his visit to this year’s Pebble Beach Food & Wine festival.