Plus: the benefits of sulfur, and more on drinking in moderation, all in our weekly roundup of wine news.
Also, early word on Local Cafe in Oakland.
Also, this harvest expected to be "late and light" in Napa.
As the site launches a wine section, we take note of its tasting panel.
Also, Korbel Champagne Cellars helps to solve a fatal hit-and-run accident.
It's the first of its kind in the nation, they believe.
Also, Eric Asimov recommends some vino-related beach reading.
Former wine bar, Hidden Vine, reopens as Barrel Room.
Also, the 'Times' tasting crew takes on boxed wine.
The 'Chron' calls this alleged con man a "portly bon vivant."
"I thought it would be a fun outtake to give to my wife, not the cover of a freakin' magazine!" says Lynch.
Also, a Bay Area native moved to Burgundy and became a winemaker in no time flat.
It Might Not Actually Matter What Country Your Wine Comes From; Vino Collectors Have Gone Nuts This Year
Also, wine apparently tastes different on airplanes than it does on the ground.
The former Per Se staffer had other valuable artworks adorning the walls of his Hoboken apartment.
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Also, Oregon's wine industry has been a boon for the state in the last five years.
It's spacebag wine, but with a handle and a spout.
Plus: the red-wine compound resveratrol proves to have more magical qualities, and lots more in our weekly wine-news roundup.
He helped earn the restaurant their third Michelin star.
Also, Two-Buck Chuck wins a prize, and much more, in this week's wine-news roundup.