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Wine Spectator: Auction Napa Valley Turns The Page

Auction Napa Valley, which for nearly 40 years featured auctioneers paddling down lots of high-priced wines under the big white tent at Meadowood Resort, will not be returning in its traditional form when it resumes following the pandemic. Continue reading →

Posted in News on November 24, 2020

Wine Spectator: Straight Talk With CJ McCollum

There aren’t many “off days” for Portland Trail Blazer CJ McCollum. Continue reading →

Posted in News on November 20, 2020

Wine Spectator: As Shutdowns Return, Restaurants Grapple With The New, New Normal

For restaurateurs in cities across the U.S., winter is arriving early. Continue reading →

Posted in News on November 19, 2020

Wine Spectator: Where in the World Is Wine Counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan?

Sometime in the late hours of November 6, infamous wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan left the federal prison near El Paso where he has spent the past few years. Continue reading →

Posted in News on November 11, 2020

Wine Spectator: Court of Master Sommeliers Chairman Steps Down, Group to Restructure After Outcry over Sexual Harassment

The chairman of the Court of Master Sommeliers-Americas (CMS-A) stepped down Friday, November 6, and the group announced plans for an overhaul, following its earlier suspension of seven male Master Sommeliers from all activities and the resignation of another. Continue reading →

Posted in News on November 10, 2020

Wine Spectator: Straight Talk With Napa Winemaker Andy Erickson

A career in wine was always waiting for Andy Erickson—he just didn’t always realize it. Growing up in Indiana, the future Screaming Eagle winemaker and enology consultant was surrounded by agriculture, but after college he moved to the Bay Area to work in the advertising industry. Continue reading →

Posted in News on November 6, 2020

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