? What wine will we be drinking in 2058? This forecast comes courtesy of Berry Bros. & Rudd, which has been selling wine for 310 years. How does wine from China sound? ?Cabernets and chardonnays of real promise will be made. With the right soil, low labour costs and soaring domestic demand, China is set to take the world of wine by storm. ? And you know all those expensive wines you can ?t afford to buy today? You won ?t be able to afford to buy them in 2058, either ? they ?ll be the province of the super-rich, says the report.
? French wine blog: Master of Wine Sheri Sauter Morano is blogging about French wine for Sopexa, which does marketing and public relations for much of the inexpensive wine that France sends to the U.S. She knows her stuff, and writes in an approachable, easy to ready style (and is not nearly as cranky as some of us).
? Wine and your health: Tired of all reading those stories that say wine is good for you? So is Brandon Keim, writing in Wired. He is discussing recent reports that associate resveratrol, an anti-aging ingredient, found in red wine: ?But to receive an ostensibly therapeutic dose from wine, you’d have to drink yourself to death. … Tell your friends and family first: you’ll need to drink 750 bottles. ?