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bordeaux-wine-cork-984x500Tom Jarvis looks at a legendary vintage—1945 Bordeaux—and considers what stocks remain in Wine-Searcher. “Few of the 74,422 bottles, 1475 magnums and 24 jeroboams of 1945 are likely to remain. Prices for a single bottle range from $5767 to $40,357…”

In Wine Enthusiast, Jameson Fink catches up with the country music band Little Big Town to talk about the story of how they started 4 Cellars in Walla Walla, Washington.

Alice Feiring profiles wine importer Paul Chartrand. “Paul was the first serious USA importer to come out of a conviction for organic viticulture… But in the early days when organic had a bad name, especially in the wine business, this was nothing to crow about. Few understood.”

In the Washington Post, Dave McIntyre predicts wine from a can will continue to be a rising trend in 2018.

In SevenFifty Daily, Amanda Barnes gets to know Cava’s new super-premium category, Cava Paraje Calificado.

In Bon Appétit, Marissa A. Ross recommends affordable Champagne alternatives.

Elin McCoy looks back on a year of tasting and shares the best wines she tasted in 2017 in Bloomberg.

In Guild Somm, Aubrey Terrazas explores Bolivian wine. “Bolivia has the highest altitude vineyard surface in the world, and the best winemakers are harnessing its potential.”

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