Daily Wine News: Riveting Account

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The Purple Pages unveils “a riveting five-part account of [Nick Bartman's] sometimes dangerous adventures trying to rout wine counterfeiters in China.”

“The book reaches up to a Master Class level when you realize it is written both for the reader wishing to be truly engrossed in California wine, and also with the understanding we’re all there to learn something.” Lily-Elaine Hawk Wakawaka offers an early review of Jon Bonné’s brand new book, The New California Wine.

Elsewhere, Andre Darlington reviews Bonné’s book.

“I like her list because, however briefly, it makes me feel I’m-not-alone normal.” In his latest column, Matt Kramer explains how to tell if you’re “obsessive.”

In AdWeek, Tim Nudd profiles a fascinating marketing campaign from Chateau Ste. Michelle.

Inspired by David Segal’s in-depth profile of Gary Vaynerchuk in Sunday’s New York Times, Tyler Colman checks in on how the wine industry is utilizing social media.

In Forbes, Rawn Shah chats with Vintank founder Paul Mabray to learn about how the wine industry is working to understand the customer.

On WineBusiness.com, Paul Franson previews an upcoming panel discussion at the Wine + Grape Expo where Steve Matthiasson, Jon Bonné, Duncan Arnot Meyers, Nick Gislason, and Paul Draper will discuss the role of vineyards in keeping alcohol levels down.

On Winemakers Recommend, Aaron Pott offers an insider view of this year’s harvest.

“This book is the essential rootstock of any true wine lover’s library. In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre explains why The World Atlas of Wine belongs on your bookshelf.

Mike Veseth explains how to tell “Australia’s Wine Story the Old School Way.”

Condé Nast Traveler details “5 perfect days in Austria.” The itinerary includes wine.

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