Daily Wine News: Reflections & Reports

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(Flickr: theloushe)

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The Oregon ruckus over the Elouan and the Willametter Journal brands shows no sign of abating. Liza B. Zimmerman reports on the latest details in Wine-Searcher.

In VinePair, Gina Ciliberto pens a short profile of Zidanelia Arcidiacono, the 36-year-old assistant winemaker at Sonoma-Cutrer. “Her goal is to democratize wine for people of all backgrounds and professions, especially within wineries… Born in Texas to a Mexican mother and an Argentinian father of Italian descent, Arcidiacono identifies with the community of Latinas who harvest the grapes she makes into wine.”

Elin McCoy offers a list of the 50 best wines under $50 she tasted this year in Bloomberg.

As the end of the year approaches, Tom Natan reflects on four things he learned about wine this year on the blog for First Vine.

Andy Perdue writes about four new wine books that make for great gifts in the Seattle Times.

In Forbes, Lana Bortolot on what makes Georgian wines so unique.

Bon Jovi’s Hampton Water rosé is just one of two rosés to make Wine Spectator’s top 100 wines of the year.

In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre covers sparkling wine alternatives.

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