Plus: A knock on Skinnygirl Wines, and more in our weekly roundup of wine news.
Taking place this Wednesday, February 22, through Saturday, February 25.
Also, Americans aren't nearly as drunk as most of the world.
Also, that New York sommelier turned thief admitted he's guilty.
The legal round-robin finally seems over.
Also, California Chardonnay turns 100.
Also, California wine sales have been on the rise and San Francisco's nabs one of New York's best sommeliers.
Much like departing wine director David Lynch did before her (look for his new project, St. Vincent, to open in the former Heart space soon), Quince's newly hired wine director is making the leap from New York. Chris Baggetta, formerly...
Also, a Chicago sommelier (allegedly) went really crazy on a Yelper who dissed one of his classes.
Also: one red-wine-loving researcher has been found out as a fraud, and more, all in our weekly wine-news roundup.
The results of the 2012 Chronicle Wine Competition, the largest competition of American wines in the world, are in. As Jon Bonné reports from the front lines in Cloverdale, the top picks this year include a couple returning champs (Gloria...
Plus: Croatia is trying to get into the international wine game and more, all in our weekly wine-news roundup.
Sonoma winemaker Ben Flajnik is the star this season, didn't you know.
Plus: Bordeaux has done itself "irreparable damage" with its pricing this year.
Also, Eric Asimov talks Champagne, but insists it's not just because it's that time of year.
Meet the Coombsville, Fort Ross-Seaview, and Naches Heights appellations.
Also, the dreaded European grapevine moth has almost been eradicated from California.
He claims the departure was already planned before recent allegations came to light.
Also, people still don't like screw-caps, a decade of eRobertParker.com, and more, all in our weekly wine-news roundup.