Port Stages a Comeback; Pumpkin Beer Season Returns

Port has made a steady decline in the past decade with 12 million fewer bottles sold last year. But producers are hoping for a comeback. [AP]

Dan Aykroyd is now allowed to drink at home. His Crystal Head vodka, once banned, is now being sold in the actor's native Ontario, Canada. [Brandchannel]

Long Island is among the wine regions calling for truth in wine labeling. Consumers say where a wine comes from is an important factor in what they choose to buy. [Long Island Business News]

While denying any interest in a takeover, both Pernod-Ricard and Diageo seem to have been eyeing Jim Beam ever since it purchased Skinnygirl cocktails. [Bloomberg]

Jim Murray's 2012 Whisky Bible has named Old Pulteney Scotch the World Whisky of the Year, beating out 1,200 whiskies from around the world. [AFP]

Bordeaux, known as one of the world's most expensive wine regions, can be intimidating. Here is a guide that demystifies it and reveals its better deals. [Wall Street Journal]

It's that time of year again when brewhouses start churning out the once-a-year treat that is pumpkin beer. Here's where to find it in New York. [Complex]

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