Tales of the Cocktail Recap; Priciest White Wine Ever Sold
If you couldn't make it down to New Orleans for Tales of the Cocktail this year, here's what you missed. [Metromix]
You can now get a drink in Utah, but the state's liquor laws, which are heavily influenced by the Mormon Church, which is headquartered there, are still pretty complicated. [NY Times]
In the city's various Chinatowns, there is a huge market for homemade rice wine, which is sold illegally. [NY Times]
The Pisco industry in Peru, and, to a lesser extent, Chile, is making a big push to market the grape brandy in the U.S. [Wall Street Journal]
A bottle of 1811 Chateau d'Yquem has sold for $117,000, the most expensive white wine ever purchased. [Wall Street Journal]
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