Some stories of mine in print:
“Drink Outside the Box,” Op-Ed, The New York Times, 8/18/08 (#1 most emailed on nytimes.com, day of publication)
“Red, white or green?”, Op-Ed, The New York Times, 12/28/07.
“Globalization 2.0: When Local Becomes Global,” World of Fine Wine, December 2011.
“Innovations in Wine Retail,” Special Fall 2008 Best of Wine issue, Wine & Spirits. “What’s your wine’s carbon footprint?” Wine & Spirits, February 2008. “The five best wine blogs you’re not reading,” Wine & Spirits, September 2007.
"Politics and wine," a new entry for the third edition of the Oxford Companion to Wine, Jancis Robinson, ed., 2006.
“Red, White, and ‘Green': The Cost of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Global Wine Trade,” with Pablo Paster, Journal of Wine Research, March 2009.
Stories or mentions of DrVino.com in other media:
“Dr. Vino. The world is awash in wine bloggers — and we figure the more people who read and write about wine the better — and one good example is DrVino.com, which is well-written, well-researched, calm and, dare we use the word, sober.” – Dorothy Gaiter & John Brecher, in “Singing the ABCs of Wine – The columnists’ updated glossary swaps Parker for Dr. Vino and Vayniacs” The Wall Street Journal, 5/16/09
“His reporting over the past six months has had seismic consequences, which is a hell of an accomplishment for a blog.” in “Must-Read Wine Blogs,” Forbes.com, 10/23/09
“Fun and refreshing.” –Jancis Robinson, MW, OBE
Quoted in “Seeking Luxury Deals as Euro Falls,” Business Day, The New York Times, January 15, 2015
Quoted in “Obama’s Wine List Corked After $100-Plus Bottle Served,” Bloomberg.com March 13, 2012
One of the “fresh voices taking wine journalism in new and important directions.” -Michael Steinberger in The World of Fine Wine, Issue 19, 2008.
On Good Morning America talking about box wine.
Cited in “Wine Advocate Writers Spark Ethics Debate,” Wall Street Journal, May 26, 2009. “News of such activities, reported last month on a wine blog called Dr. Vino, have captivated wine enthusiasts and triggered a fierce online debate…”
Also quoted in “Higher Prices, New Options Damp Demand for Beaujolais,” November 20, 2008 The Wall Street Journal.
Mentioned in “We’re All Wine Critics Now: How the Internet has democratized drinking,” Slate.com, 9/25/09
“The humbling of Robert Parker,” Felix Salmon, Reuters. 10/2/09
“We are searching for a different winery for this brand,” Felix Salmon, Reuters 7/24/09
“Host Tyler Coleman is the author of “Wine Politics” and an in-demand speaker at wine forums. He combines scholarship, journalism, opinion and a sharp wit to craft a daily blog that is not afraid to take on industry icons such as Robert Parker.” Seattle Times, 4/24/10
Quoted in “What Rising Temperatures May Mean for World’s Wine Industry,” 19 Dec 2011 e360.yale.edu
“Love, love, love this blog.” -CharlotteObserver.com 10/6/10
Quoted in “Valpolicella’s just the thing for a warm summer’s day” Globe and Mail, June 19, 2012. “On his excellent blog, drvino.com, the American wine writer Tyler Colman recently championed a cause that might seem utterly passé in these high times for big wines…
The Bryant Park Project, NPR, February 4, 2008. Tyler Colman of DrVino.com explains why it’s hard for wine to cross state lines.
Quoted in “Wine Bars Grow Up and Squeeze In,” The New York Times, April 9, 2008.
Quoted in ““Wine’s Pleasures: Are They All in Your Head?,” The New York Times, May 7, 2008.
“Ultimately, context may be the most underrated aspect of enjoying wine. Tyler Colman, a wine writer and blogger (drvino.com), whose first book, “Wine Politics,” will shortly be published by the University of California Press, has a second book coming out this fall, “A Year of Wine” (Simon & Schuster), that focuses on context. The mood and the food and the context really matters,” he said. “It’s the neglected pairing.”
Quoted in “Eat Local; Drink European” The New York Times, October 19, 2009.
Quoted in “Champagne Producers Aim for ‘Greener’ Bottle,” The New York Times, August 31, 2010.
Quoted in “Napa Vintners Seek Cachet, Profit With Labels,” Bloomberg, July 1, 2008
On talking about bargain bubbly, 12/31/08. View segment!
and on again talking about the economic downturn and value wines, 12/26/08 View segment!
On “Morning Living,” Martha Stewart Radio, Sirius satellite radio, talking about A Year of Wine and bargain bubbly, 12/31/08.
Recommended Ten independent wines for Independence Day on Forbes.com, July 2, 2008. See the story (and slideshow) with video!
“Wines Columbus Would Drink,” 10/08/08, Forbes.com With video!
Quoted in “Plastic Pinot,” 7/24/08, Forbes.com
Quoted in “Most And Least Pricey Steakhouse Wine Lists” 1/15/09, Forbes.com
Referenced in, “The Whine Critics,” April 23, 2009. Forbes.com
Quoted in “4 Great Box Wines,” O, The Oprah Magazine, August 2009.
Quoted in “The Parker Holdouts,” Portfolio.com 2/13/09
Quoted in “R.I.P. Box Wine,” Financial Times, Mar 27, 2009.
Tasted and commented on three wines sold to benefit Red Sox charities, the Schardonnay (Curt Schilling), Manny Being Merlot (Manny Ramirez) and the Caberknuckle (Tim Wakefield). May 28, 2007 Sports Illustrated (pdf).
Quoted in “This wine is making me feel…sneezy” September 15, 2008. [ABC News]
Quoted in “Where Bordeaux is concerned, the bulls have it,” January 22, 2008 [Reuters]
“Another credit crisis victim: wine prices” February 5, 2008 [Reuters]
“Dr. Vino, one of our favorite wine blogs…”
Grub Street, New York magazine.
Quoted in “Sniffing around for wine deals” 12/16/2007, Daily News.
Quoted recommending the Pierre Peters Champagne, Valentine’s day, 2007. US News & World Report. 2/9/07
“The creator of the wine Web log DrVino.com, Tyler Colman, announced that for millennials, ‘wine is the new black,’ offering ‘a lot more return on your social investment than beer.'” NY Sun, May 9, 2007
“One of the three best wine blogs.” Fast Company magazine
“…the popular Dr. Vino wine blog” Hartford Courant 11/26/07
Quoted in “Wine Pairings: The Grape Crusades” Express (Washington Post) 11/2/07
One of the “seven best wine blogs.” Food & Wine magazine, October 2005. “Colman intelligently explores the intersection of wine, politics and business…”
Some coverage of my research on the carbon footprint of wine:
The data were the basis of a graphic in the May 2009 issue of the National Geographic magazine. See the graphic and discussion on the blog.
“I’ll have the Bordeaux, thanks,” Environmental Capital blog at the The Wall Street Journal. 2/19/08
Cited in “Movable Feast Carries a Pollution Price Tag,” by Elisabeth Rosenthal, The New York Times, Business Section. April 26, 2008. In the series “The Food Chain: A Food’s Carbon Footprint”
Mentioned in “Big Foot” by Michael Spector in The New Yorker, February 25, 2008.
“The benchmark carbon footprint report…” Wine Enthusiast magazine, May 2008.
“Shrink the bottle, save the planet,” The Globe and Mail (Toronto), August 20, 2008.
“The Carbon Footprint of Wine” on LiveScience.com (reproduced on Yahoo News, MSNBC and more). 11/10/2008
Cited in E, The Environmental Magazine, “Thinking inside the box.”
Cited in a graphic on the carbon footprint of the Thanksgiving meal, Washington Post, 11/23/08
“Vine Renaissance,” Continental inflight magazine, September 2008.
“How Green is Your Packaging?” January 2008, Wines & Vines
“Message in a barrel,” The Nature Conservancy
“Study says East Coasters should drink French,” Treehugger.com
Mentioned in, “Drink Responsibly: Which is better for the planet, beer or wine?”, Slate.com, 9/22/09
“The always entertaining Dr. Vino…” Minneapolis-St. Paul Star-Tribune
Runner-up wine personality of the year, 2009 Uncorked, Winnipeg Free Press
And other mentions in: Arrive magazine (Amtrak on-board magazine), Chicago Tribune, Dayton Daily News, Columbus Dispatch, Atlanta Journal Constitution, and more…The Baltimore Sun and others.
Interviewed by John Lindner of the Baltimore Sun on his podcast, “blography.” Mp3 file here.
“GreenSpace: Wine in a box: Earth-friendly, and the taste is ‘actually decent,'” Philadelphia Inquirer, 8/25/08.
“Blogarithms: Big Apple and humble grapes,” Jan 28, 2008, Metro NY
"Wine hits of 2006," New York Sun, 12/17/06 “Tyler Colman, also known as Dr. Vino (DrVino.com), found his best wine memory of 2006 in a humble but highly useful wine…”
Interviewed in "Get Saucy," a podcast from TimeOut Chicago. 10/5/06
Quoted in “100 wines and you’re in the club,” Macleans (Canada), 5/22/06
"Short sips," Urban Vintage column, New York Sun, 2/22/06 “There’s a new guide in town…”
As well as leading web sites and blogs such as: Salon.com, TheStreet.com, portfolio.com, alphaville blog at FT.com, LifeHacker.com, Treehugger.com, Problogger.com, Kottke.org, The Tuesday Morning Quarterback (ESPN.com), Freakonomics.com, HuffingtonPost.com, DailyKos.com, The Consumerist, Gothamist, LiveScience.com, The Daily Green, Luxist.com, Forked blog at GQ, nymag.com, Gridskipper, Eater, Eater LA, Curbed, FastCompany.com, ForeignPolicy.com, Wall Street Journal blogs, planetgreen.discovery.com, slashfood.com, SeriousEats.com, gamberorosso.com, and Epicurious.com among others.
Best Wine Blog, American Wine Blog Awards 2007
Best Wine Blog Writing, American Wine Blog Awards 2007
Nominee, Best Website Focusing on Food, Beverage, Restaurant or Nutrition, James Beard Foundation Awards 2007
Some stories of mine in regional or trade publications:
"When a cold trend is good: Premium sakes starting to gain acceptance" Chicago Tribune, 1/12/05
"A wine cellar in every home?" Chicago Tribune, 4/21/04
"Holiday bubbles that don’t break the bank" Chicago Tribune, 12/17/03
"Patrons drinking up at BYOBs" Chicago Tribune, 11/21/03
"Missing in Mendoza: Americans," Wine Business Monthly, January 2007
"Partners in Wine" Wine Business Monthly, January 2006
"Currency Hedging Provides Shelter for Importers," Wine Business Monthly, November 2004