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Along with writing on Chinese grape wine, I help organize an event focused on China’s, and the planet’s, top-selling spirit. So far, 21 cities are on board for World Baijiu Day on August 9. Details.
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Reverse Wine Snob gives advice how to get more bang in your bottle for your buck. Or something like that.
Lewis Purdue brings together a ton of info each day on the Wine Industry Insights site.
The more academically inclined can check out the Karl Storchmann-edited American Associatioin of Wine Economists site.
Grape Wall Turns Ten
This blog marks its tenth year this week. From fun events and winery visits to local wines and bigwigs met, here are ten photos that capture the spirit of the decade past.
A whirlwind trip to a relaxed place called Lodi. It’s just as good as Napa, you guys. Really. Full post here.
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