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Today's Wine News Headlines

For readers looking to stay current on today's news from the world of wine, I offer some of the better headlines and stories for your perusal:

Paris Hilton to Become the New Face of Bordeaux.

Wine Spectator Goes Fractional

Can't Top This!

Cork Fights Back

Riedel Gets a Grip

Trump and Rosie go Vino a Vino

New wine bar, 90pluspoints, opens in East Village


Comments (7)

Arthur wrote:
04.02.07 at 1:43 PM

Can you say: "2005 Margaux. That's hot!"

04.03.07 at 3:25 AM

Alder, thanks for bringing these headlines to our attention! I'm going to Vinexpo and can't wait to see Paris in a hot air balloon. I'll try to get video and send it to your blog.

RC wrote:
04.03.07 at 10:12 AM

That Riedel article can NOT be serious.

The 30-year-old Riedel said, “We have already demonstrated that hardcore connoisseurs embrace the concept that different wine types are enhanced by distinct shapes of glasses. Now we are going after complete morons.”


Alder wrote:
04.03.07 at 10:32 AM

RC -- check the date. April Fools.

RC wrote:
04.03.07 at 12:15 PM

Yeah....missed that one. DOH!

Silly me...I looked at the site yesterday, but this came up again at the top of my "My Yahoo" feed. Dang it!

Bettina wrote:
04.05.07 at 2:56 PM

Alder, is it when you sip but not spit that articles like these spew out of you? or other way around? toooooo funny...

John Nezlek wrote:
04.09.07 at 5:18 AM

Simply perfect. Wish I had seen it on April 1.

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