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Blogs  :  James Laube's Wine Flights

No Stop to High-Priced Napa Wines

Some Great New Wines Seeking That Tiny Niche

Posted: February 18, 2010  By James Laube

Sales of expensive wines have stalled in many quarters. But that hasn’t swayed many vintners from sticking to their game plans. Rosemary Cakebread's new Cabernet, the 2007 Gallica, is $125, but it's also sensational.

News & Features  :  News

Welcome to California: Bargainland

Wineries still face trying times in 2010, hope discounting can keep them afloat

Posted: February 12, 2010  By Tim Fish

Collecting  :  Collecting News

Cash Crunch at Vinfolio

New investors restructuring San Francisco firm for wine collectors

Posted: January 19, 2010  By Tim Fish

News & Features  :  News

Napa May Ring Wedding Bells

In recessionary times, wineries hope hosting weddings will draw customers; in Santa Ynez Valley, some residents are unhappy with wine tourism

Posted: January 12, 2010  By Stephanie Cain, Lynn Alley

News & Features  :  News

A Pink Tide

Recession? What recession? Provence rosé is one wine that's flowing more despite tough times

Posted: January 11, 2010  By Robert Camuto

News & Features  :  Drinking Out Loud

Timing Is Everything

As we enter a new decade, which wines are in tune with the economy and culture, which are missing the moment, and which are about to falter?

Posted: January 5, 2010  By Matt Kramer

Blogs  :  James Suckling Uncorked

2010: A Good Year?

Predictions on what the upcoming year has in store for us in the world of wine

Posted: January 4, 2010  By James Suckling

Wine Spectator senior editor James Suckling is looking forward to 2010, and offers five predictions for the world of wine.

Dec. 31, 2009 - Jan. 15, 2010 Issue  :  Features

Americans Drink More Wine; Mostly Bigger Brands

Posted: December 31, 2009  

Blogs  :  James Laube's Wine Flights

Defining the "New Normal"

In both wine and economics, it means different things

Posted: December 28, 2009  By James Laube

Wine Spectator senior editor James Laube talks about the "new normal" for American wine consumers, and where the prices of value and luxury wines are heading.

News & Features  :  News

Copaín Reorganizes Its Business Model

Sonoma winery and crush facility gains a new investor as it refocuses

Posted: December 16, 2009  By Augustus Weed

News & Features  :  News

Report Challenges Australian Wine to Reform

Trade group study says drastic oversupply means vines must be pulled and quality improved

Posted: December 14, 2009  By Tyson Stelzer

News & Features  :  News

Suntory Buys Leading Chinese Wine Importer

Japanese beverage firm buys majority control of ASC Fine Wines

Posted: December 11, 2009  By Mitch Frank

News & Features  :  News

Domestic Wines and Value Brands Gain in a Sluggish Wine Market

Imports and high-priced wines are hurt by the recession

Posted: November 30, 2009  

Nov. 15, 2009 Issue  :  News

Faced with Slumping Sales, Champagne Reduces Yields

Posted: November 15, 2009  By Bruce Sanderson

News & Features  :  News

Amazon Will Sell No Wine

Sources say logistics and tangle of state regulations proved too much for Internet retailer

Posted: October 27, 2009  By Tim Fish, Augustus Weed

News & Features  :  News

Americans Drink More Wine—Mostly Bigger Brands

Looking for value in a recession, Americans trade down to less-expensive wines

Posted: October 13, 2009  

Sept. 30, 2009 Issue  :  Features

Constellation Refocuses in Recession

Posted: September 30, 2009  By Tim Fish

News & Features  :  News

Champagne Cuts Yields as Sales Slump

The big houses and growers agree to trim supply; they'll save some wine for future years

Posted: September 18, 2009  By Bruce Sanderson

Blogs  :  Stirring the Lees with James Molesworth

Another Sit Down with Paul Hobbs

The globe-trotting winemaker stops by to talk Malbec, Argentina, California and more

Posted: September 9, 2009  By James Molesworth

Winemaker Paul Hobbs details the latest developments with his Viña Cobos project in Mendoza, Argentina, and talks about the impending 2009 harvest in California. Hobbs, based in California, also has a growing consultant business and now finds himself working in Hungary and Canada as well.

News & Features  :  News

WineSpectator.com Forums Thread Exceeds 200,000 Page Views

Readers have been trading tips on good wine buys for nearly five years

Posted: September 9, 2009  

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