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2017 wine auction market seen through the crystal…wine glass

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Sotheby’s released a glossy report on their 2017 wine auction year today: the house racked up $63.8 million at 21 auctions in London, New York, and Hong Kong. That was good enough for third on the list of 2017 wine auction houses–in all, the global wine auction market rose 12.7% to $381 million last year […] The post 2017 wine auction market seen through the crystal…wine glass appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

2017 wine auction market seen through the crystal…wine glass

Dr Vino's wine blog

Sotheby’s released a glossy report on their 2017 wine auction year today: the house racked up $63.8 million at 21 auctions in London, New York, and Hong Kong. That was good enough for third on the list of 2017 wine auction houses–in all, the global wine auction market rose 12.7% to $381 million last year […] The post 2017 wine auction market seen through the crystal…wine glass appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Trump – Macron state dinner wines

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Last night’s state dinner in honor of French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte was the first of Donald Trump’s term. Would the current occupant of the White House shatter wine protocols at state dinners? Would the teetotaler whose name adorns a Virginia winery serve his own wine? The White House has a tradition […] The post Trump – Macron state dinner wines appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Trump – Macron state dinner wines

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Last night’s state dinner in honor of French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte was the first of Donald Trump’s term. Would the current occupant of the White House shatter wine protocols at state dinners? Would the teetotaler whose name adorns a Virginia winery serve his own wine? The White House has a tradition […] The post Trump – Macron state dinner wines appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

China targets US wine in tariff showdown

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American wine has just gotten a dubious distinction: it features on a list of 128 items that may be subject to new Chinese tariffs. (spelling tip: tariffs ends in “FFS”!) Saber rattling in trade between the US and China is escalating. The Trump administration announced $50 billion in tariffs on Wednesday and China responded yesterday […] The post China targets US wine in tariff showdown appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

China targets US wine in tariff showdown

Dr Vino's wine blog

American wine has just gotten a dubious distinction: it features on a list of 128 items that may be subject to new Chinese tariffs. (spelling tip: tariffs ends in “FFS”!) Saber rattling in trade between the US and China is escalating. The Trump administration announced $50 billion in tariffs on Wednesday and China responded yesterday […] The post China targets US wine in tariff showdown appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Reboule du Rhone

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About five years ago, Dustin Wilson became the wine director at Eleven Madison Park and Thomas Pastuszak became the wine director at NoMad. At a similar point in their careers at restaurants in the same group, the two bonded over their many shared interests, one of which was a love of the wines of the […] The post Reboule du Rhone appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Reboule du Rhone

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About five years ago, Dustin Wilson became the wine director at Eleven Madison Park and Thomas Pastuszak became the wine director at NoMad. At a similar point in their careers at restaurants in the same group, the two bonded over their many shared interests, one of which was a love of the wines of the […] The post Reboule du Rhone appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Helping the wildfire recovery

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The wine country fires caused a lot of damage, that we know. But as the fires come under control and some residents return to their greatly altered lives after mandatory evacuations, we are starting to get a handle on the extent of what happened. Here is a sad list of 22 wineries damaged by the […] The post Helping the wildfire recovery appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Helping the wildfire recovery

Dr Vino's wine blog

The wine country fires caused a lot of damage, that we know. But as the fires come under control and some residents return to their greatly altered lives after mandatory evacuations, we are starting to get a handle on the extent of what happened. Here is a sad list of 22 wineries damaged by the […] The post Helping the wildfire recovery appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Fires savage Napa and Sonoma

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On Sunday night, a fire got out of control somewhere north of the Bay. Seasonally dry conditions had left the area like a tinderbox. So when whipping winds of up to 70 mph hit the initial flames, they spread, well, like wildfire. Tragically, the blaze has now prompted the evacuation of 20,000 people, burned over […] The post Fires savage Napa and Sonoma appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Fires savage Napa and Sonoma

Dr Vino's wine blog

On Sunday night, a fire got out of control somewhere north of the Bay. Seasonally dry conditions had left the area like a tinderbox. So when whipping winds of up to 70 mph hit the initial flames, they spread, well, like wildfire. Tragically, the blaze has now prompted the evacuation of 20,000 people, burned over […] The post Fires savage Napa and Sonoma appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Hail strikes Burgundy and Beaujolais — again

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Climate change is a bitch. Severe weather events have roiled wine growing areas with depressing regularity in recent years. Burgundy seems to be on the forefront of this plagued by floods, hail storms, late frosts and other events that have reduced (or in some places even eliminated) the crop. Jeremy Seysses, owner and winemaker at […] The post Hail strikes Burgundy and Beaujolais — again appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Hail strikes Burgundy and Beaujolais — again

Dr Vino's wine blog

Climate change is a bitch. Severe weather events have roiled wine growing areas with depressing regularity in recent years. Burgundy seems to be on the forefront of this plagued by floods, hail storms, late frosts and other events that have reduced (or in some places even eliminated) the crop. Jeremy Seysses, owner and winemaker at […] The post Hail strikes Burgundy and Beaujolais — again appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Warriors toast NBA title with actual champagne!

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The Golden State Warriors won their second NBA title in three seasons last night. As a hoops fan, the most impressive stat for me was 147 assists on 216 made baskets–teamwork! But as a wine geek, we here at the Dr. Vino World Headquarters had to wonder…what would the team pop to celebrate in the […] The post Warriors toast NBA title with actual champagne! appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Warriors toast NBA title with actual champagne!

Dr Vino's wine blog

The Golden State Warriors won their second NBA title in three seasons last night. As a hoops fan, the most impressive stat for me was 147 assists on 216 made baskets–teamwork! But as a wine geek, we here at the Dr. Vino World Headquarters had to wonder…what would the team pop to celebrate in the […] The post Warriors toast NBA title with actual champagne! appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Behold the drip-free wine bottle!

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Wine drip stains on white tablecloths have a new nemesis and his name is Daniel Perlman. The biophysicist at Brandeis University discovered that all it took to eliminate the bane of (red) wine pourers everywhere is to etch a small groove at the top of the bottle under the lip. We can but hope this […] The post Behold the drip-free wine bottle! appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Behold the drip-free wine bottle!

Dr Vino's wine blog

Wine drip stains on white tablecloths have a new nemesis and his name is Daniel Perlman. The biophysicist at Brandeis University discovered that all it took to eliminate the bane of (red) wine pourers everywhere is to etch a small groove at the top of the bottle under the lip. We can but hope this […] The post Behold the drip-free wine bottle! appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Vote Emmanuel Macron! A blind tasting

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The French presidential election is heating up. Polls show Emmanuel Macron defeating Marine Le Pen in the decisive second round on May 7 by 62-38 (yes, polls have been deceiving ahead of recent elections but this is a big margin). We are single-issue voters around here and that issue is wine! Actually, that’s not true […] The post Vote Emmanuel Macron! A blind tasting appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

Vote Emmanuel Macron! A blind tasting

Dr Vino's wine blog

The French presidential election is heating up. Polls show Emmanuel Macron defeating Marine Le Pen in the decisive second round on May 7 by 62-38 (yes, polls have been deceiving ahead of recent elections but this is a big margin). We are single-issue voters around here and that issue is wine! Actually, that’s not true […] The post Vote Emmanuel Macron! A blind tasting appeared first on Dr Vino's wine blog.

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