What We're Reading --

Why Most Wine Production Could Be Lost In The Next 50 Years

Climate change is impacting our food and wine. According to the World Economic Forum, climate change and extreme weather events are creating inhospitable environments for many foods, including wine grapes, indicating that they may become extinct in a few decades. Favorite foods like chocolate, coffee beans, avocados, berries, stone fruit like plums, cherries, peaches, and apricots, along with bananas, corn, chickpeas, peanuts, and grains, may all disappear in the next few decades due to climate change. (Tasting Table)

Wine as Liquid Asset: Do Wine Investment Funds Deliver?

Investment funds in wine are increasingly popular in the U.S., but do they offer safe returns? (Wine Spectator)