The Jackson Hole meeting defended the status quo, despite slow growth and meager wage gains.Reblogged 7 months ago from www.wsj.com
Why the Coolidge Foundation is offering merit-based scholarships for undergraduates.Reblogged 7 months ago from www.wsj.com
How to kill a company without proving a single allegation.Reblogged 7 months ago from www.wsj.com
Economic-reform candidates are emerging in the major parties.Reblogged 7 months ago from www.wsj.com
The Democratic Party has for years painted the GOP as one giant hate group.Reblogged 7 months ago from www.wsj.com
The Republican says every child—in Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore—should be able to walk to school safely. For that, he’s called racist.Reblogged 7 months ago from www.wsj.com
Plus, what did the Obama Administration do with all that bank settlement money?Reblogged 7 months ago from www.wsj.com
“California Celebrity Vineyards” raises intriguing questions about how we vino buffs should relate to celebrity-tagged wines. Are any of them actually really good? Do they deliver value for the dollar? How involved with the winemaking should we expect celebrities to be? (Quick answer: Mostly, not very!) If you’re inclined to give the back of your hand to the whole business of celebrity wine, you’ll probably agree with veteran California winemaker Stuart Smith, who says, “my first thought is that celebrities getting into wine is God’s way of telling them that they have too much money”.Reblogged 7 months ago from www.winebiz.com.au
Central Otago winegrowers Roger and Jean Gibson are elated that a wine from their Lowburn Ferry vineyard has ranked Number One in high profile Decanter magazine in the UK. The in-depth tasting of more than 170 Pinot Noirs from across New Zealand in Decanter’s September 2016 issue was carried out by a panel of three prominent UK industry wine judges. Lowburn Ferry Home Block Pinot Noir 2014 scored 96 points out of a possible 100, giving it ‘outstanding’ status in the tasting.
In the covering feature article reviewing the tasting, New Zealand is described as being “the best Pinot-producing country outside of France”.
Perennial wine winner Villa Maria again demonstrated its dominance by taking out the top prizes at the first of the 2016 awards. A Villa Maria Chardonnay and a Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot were the champion white and red at the Romeo Bragato Wine Awards. The Villa Maria Single Vineyard Ihumatao Chardonnay 2014 won the overall trophy as well as its category and the white wine section.Reblogged 7 months ago from www.winebiz.com.au