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Fermentation: The Daily Wine Blog The appointment of Antonio Galloni to the California reviewer position at Robert Parker's Wine Advocate a year and a half ago was an important event in the world of California Wine. For years, Robert Parker's palate was the source of reviews of the state's wines at the influential Wine Advocate. How things might change under a Galloni palate has been the topic of some conversation. No matter who might have been appointed to the California Chair of the Wine Advocate, any new reviewer would labor under the same kind criticism that has long been pointed at Robert Parker and other influential critics: The influence is too great and the 100 Point rating system is too reductionists.
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Text Size: What Did Rudy Ruin? Not since the Mondavi brothers faced each other in a San Francisco courtroom has there been so much drama in the world of fine wine. Like many of my fellow pundits, I followed the trial of Rudy Kurniawan and the events that led up to it closely. Being slightly more inquisitive than your average wine geek, but unable to put my life on hold by flying to New York to attend the trial, I also read many of the daily courtroom transcripts. The trial was possessed of a Hollywood feel even before Aubert de Villaine, Christophe Roumier and Laurent Ponsot... continue reading
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March 14, 2011 Gary Vaynerchuk has finally made it to episode 1,000 of Wine Library TV! It’s been an amazing ride since that day in February 2006, with great guests, amazing (and sometimes awful) wines, as well as a lot of Jets talk. Today, the main focus is a huge thank you to all the Vayniacs who helped make this community…and a huge announcement from Gary.
Crain’s New York ran a piece over the weekend pointing to a 14% rise in wine shops in NYC since 2010. Will the proliferation of shops “bottle up profit” they wondered? The short answer is: no. There’s a huge thirst for wine in America right now and especially in New York City.