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NEWS FETCH – January 30, 2015

TOP NEWS Craft beer, cider and sake cut into wine sales as vintners fret in California Kendall-Jackson Owners Buy California Pinot Powerhouse Siduri Australian Wine Bounces Back in the U.S. Symposium tells a tale of two wine markets N. America Leads World In Consumer Confidence The top 8 reasons it makes dollars and sense to […]

NEWS FETCH – January 29, 2015

TOP NEWS California grapevines disappear as imports flood market for low-priced wine Trouble on the Horizon for California Wine Industry Wine shipments rise in 2014 Global Consumers More Optimistic Than Last Year The top 8 reasons it makes dollars and sense to move your winery software to the Cloud *Sponsored Link* HARVEST 2014/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY […]

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NEWS FETCH – January 28, 2015

TOP NEWS Global wine sales to grow 3.7% from 2014-2018 CA wine producers claim B.C. liquor reforms violate NAFTA, GATT, and EU-Canada Agreement WineGavel Owner Gets Jail For Embezzlement Number of North American Wineries Grows 7% U.S. Economic Confidence Index Still Positive 2015 restaurant sales to grow 3.8% The top 8 reasons it makes dollars […]

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NEWS FETCH – January 27, 2015

TOP NEWS Heavy farming groundwater use making Central Valley water radioactive 2014 Wine Grape Crush Pushing 4 Million Tons? Global Consumer Confidence Closes 2014 With A Cautious Dip Empire Wine Digs in for the Long Haul American AgCredit donates $100,000 to SSU’s Wine Spectator Learning Center The Hill grape fraud case does NOT taint Napa […]

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NEWS FETCH – January 26, 2015

TOP NEWS NY Times Uses Hill Wine Company Debacle To Take A Shot At Napa Valley Wine stolen from French Laundry recovered in North Carolina USA to be ‘star of the global economy for 2015’ U.S. Demand Seen Driving World Wine Market Growth The state of wine drinking in America today The top 8 reasons […]

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Shannon Ridge Family of Wines has bought 430 acres of Lake County vineyards.

NEWS RELEASE January 26, 2015 The purchases include 280 acres in Long Valley, an area due to its lower elevation and cool moist climate, slated to be planted with Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir; 100 acres from 3 different properties in the Big Valley/Kelseyville area planted with Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc; and 50 acres […]

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NEWS FETCH – January 23, 2015

TOP NEWS Harvard buys up water rights in drought-hit wine country Is craft beer a threat to wine? Euro plunges, but European brands are not on sale in US Trusted wine brands will make a comeback in 2015 Chinese customs rejected hundreds of ‘substandard’ imported wines in 2014 How cash from casinos makes Native Americans […]

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NEWS FETCH – January 22, 2015

TOP NEWS NYSLA, Empire Wine and Due Process US wine industry facing ‘unprecedented’ third large harvest Wine Exporters Shift Focus from Asia to United States Shafer drops lawsuit over ‘Hillside Select’ name Millennials haven’t made “a dent” in fine wine sales The top 8 reasons it makes dollars and sense to move your winery software […]

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NEWS FETCH – January 21, 2015

TOP NEWS Silicon Valley Bank Foresees Breakout Year Ahead for US Fine Wine Business Germany to consume more wine than Italy by 2018 U.S. Economic Confidence Index Barely Positive Report On Recent Winery and Vineyard Transactions In Paso Robles Wine Country The top 8 reasons it makes dollars and sense to move your winery software […]

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NEWS FETCH – January 20, 2015

TOP NEWS Oregon Wine Contributes $3.35 Billion to State’s Economy Wine Flash Sales Activity Still Strong 2014 Champagne sales hit second highest total on record Planning commission to tackle Girard Larkmead winery proposals On the sliding market share of French wines in the Chinese Market Holdouts, tribes clash over border of Colorado River reservation The […]

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