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NEWS FETCH – May 5, 2015

TOP NEWS Judge dismisses legal challenge to Paul Hobbs vineyard project The Curious Dominance of Family-Owned Wine Businesses in the U.S. Consumer Spending in U.S. Continues Rising in April Cameron Hughes Issues A Statement On Court Case Cameron Hughes Wine Forced Into Receivership, Sale/Merger Likely TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored Link* CALIFORNIA […]

NEWS FETCH – May 4, 2015

TOP NEWS Diageo contemplates sale of wine operations California issues second round of irrigation curtailments Crops irrigated with oil field water raise Central Valley concerns US Growth has slowed — is it transitory or not? (PDF) William Sokolin, Wine Seller Who Broke Famed Bottle, Dies at 85 TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored […]

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NEWS FETCH – May 1, 2015

TOP NEWS Growers Urged to Return All Ballots for PD/GWSS Referendum – Will Fail If Threshold Not Met (PDF) IL Attorney General To Dismiss Lawsuit Troll Retailer Cases, But Winery Lawsuits Still To Be Examined Chinese wine associations establish first trade body Joseph Henriot, Powerhouse Wine Executive in Burgundy and Champagne, Dies at 79 What’s […]

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NEWS FETCH – April 30, 2015

TOP NEWS Millions In USDA Export Funds Now Available To Ag/Wine Trade Associations [And An Apology] Cognitive Biases in The Wine Industry: The Fundamental Attribution Error Another Burgundian winemaker in court over refusal to spray vines Extreme drought to expand in West over the summer Nation’s GDP barely has a pulse TTB Compliance can be […]

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NEWS FETCH – April 29, 2015

TOP NEWS Wine Trade Associations Girding For Battle With Illinois Lawsuit Troll Jobs per drop irrigating California crops CA Gov dumps green regulations to push water tunnel plan Economic Confidence Index Slightly Negative for Sixth Week TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored Link* INTERNATIONAL TRADE Wine Institute Urges Congress to Prevent Canadian Retaliatory […]

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Wine Trade Associations Girding For Battle With Illinois Lawsuit Troll

The Wine Institute and the Oregon Winegrowers Association are preparing to move against Stephen B. Diamond, an Illinois attorney who has filed hundreds of lawsuits against wineries and other Internet shipping companies in “qui tam” litigation brought in the name of the state Attorney General. A spreadsheet listing 214 of those cases dating back to […]

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NEWS FETCH – April 28, 2015

TOP NEWS Global wine consumption fell in 2014, but shows signs of stabilization China did NOT overtake France as a wine-growing region Joseph Phelps Vineyards & Moët Hennessy USA Square Off In A Pair Of Delightful Legal Battles CA drought water restriction mandates set for revision CEO of Taylor’s Port abandons Everest record attempt after […]

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NEWS FETCH – April 27, 2015

TOP NEWS Bordeaux Manslaughter Case: Failure to Notify Dangers of Pesticides Debate over dry farming divides CA Wine Country Should You Ever Discount Your Wine? In California, drought widens economic split TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored Link* GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY Australian wine industry – state of play OZ: Tricky wine harvest adds […]

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NEWS FETCH – April 24, 2015

TOP NEWS Climate Scientists See Evidence CA Drought Will End Next Winter Napa Valley Congressman breaks with wine industry in trade vote Tied-House Law Unconstitutionality – Per Se vs. As Applied This is how “environmentally friendly” product labels affect your brain TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored Link* INTERNATIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS TTIP negotiators […]

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NEWS FETCH – April 23, 2015

TOP NEWS Can the Mosel, Burgundy and California Keep Pace with Climate Change? Alsace Sparkling Legend Dies CA Court of Appeals Gives Guidance on How to Implement Tiered Pricing TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored Link* GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY An early start to the season includes plenty of frost protection activity for Mendocino […]

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