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  • A great story from about the difficulties of tending a vineyard and one banker’s realization that growing grapes still, essentially, means being a farmer [WSJ]
  • Sweet wines aren’t just for desert or girls who wear pink glittery eyeshadow…they’re also good with meat? [WSJ]
  • The 2009 vintage proves that Burgundy is still hot and happening [WSJ]
  • Robert Parker, the famous wine critic, steps down from his post as California wine reviewer; also mentions Beaujolais as an up and comer (duh) and briefly describes Parker’s new assignment to document the changing tastes of California wines by raiding Wine Enthusiast’s cellar…does that sound like a thing? [Vinography]
  • Rodeos, cowboy hats, big hair, and…wine? A look at wineries popping up in Texas [Vintage America via Eater]
  • New York hosts the annual Le Paulee, a festival to honor the wines of Burgundy – so if you see more drunk French men wandering the city than usual you know why [Hungry Beast]

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  • You know all about TetraPaks, dear reader, but how do you feel about wine in a can? [Daily Meal]
  • The WSJ stole my scoop on Viognier [WSJ]

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