Daily Wine News: Strong Island

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From Wikipedia.

Jon Bonné reports: “Martine Saunier, who pioneered an import business that brought Americans some of the greatest wines of Burgundy and the Rhone, has sold her Novato company.” Dr. Vino has more.

“New York is being taken seriously as a wine-producing state.” Howard Goldberg celebrates the 40th year of viticulture on Long Island. (A region I definitely need to explore. On Sunday, I thoroughly enjoyed a wine from Channing Daughters.)

Wine Spectator pays tribute to the wine industry leaders who died in 2012.

Tom Wark has “5 Wishes for Wine in 2013.”

The HoseMaster names his “Favorite Moments of 2012.”

In Bloomberg, Elin McCoy summarizes the wackiest wine and spirits stories of the year.

Eric LeVine writes his “sixth annual recap” of the progress and metrics for CellarTracker.com.

Robert Dwyer names WineNabber the “2012 Wine Industry Innovation of the Year.”

In the Boston Globe, Matthew Price reviews “Inventing Wine: A New History of One of the World’s Most Ancient Pleasures.”

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