As wineries assess the damage from Sunday’s earthquake, there are many more updates worth reading. Be sure to check out the New York Times, Press Democrat, Napa Valley Register, Washington Post, and SFist.
“Now that I’m feeling more fit, more balanced and clearer about how I can help get out the word about worthy wines, I look forward to doing a better job of that in the coming months.” Richard Jennings writes a wonderful post on “The Personal Pursuit of Balance.”
“If we were just starting out on our wine careers and wanted to taste the very best expression of Cabernet Sauvignon, but didn’t want to pay the high prices of Bordeaux, where would we look?” In the Wall Street Journal Europe, Will Lyons answers this question.
On Forbes.com, Cathy Huyghe measures the ROI of digital media with a look at Constellation Brands and Cornerstone Cellars.
“Are you in Seattle right now? Downtown? Excellent. Head to Le Caviste and get some vino. It’s a totally fantastic wine bar.” Some good advice from Jameson Fink.
In the Los Angeles Times, Marisa Gerber reports on the growing battle over vineyards in Malibu.
In Wine Economist, Ali Hoover visits Sababay, a winery in Bali.