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November 23, 2014

November 23, 2014

November 23, 2014

November 23, 2014

November 21, 2014TOP NEWS
  • On-Premise Wine & Beer Sales Fall
  • Grand Marnier Said to Explore Company Sale
  • CDC: 1 or 2 drinks day = "heavy drinking," cutbacks needed
  • Domaine Carneros Sued Over La Terre Promise Name
  • SJ Valley Growers Pessimistic About Grapes
  • Specialty Crop Grants Boost Ag Studies in Western States
  • USDA announces 2015 Market Access Program funding
  • UK: 18,000 bottles of perfectly good wine poured down the drain
  • See the world of wine in 4 minutes – ProWein 2015 presents an unparalleled diversity of wines from all continents. *Sponsored Link*
  • AG, OBAMA & IMMIGRATION
  • Fresno immigrants, experts react to Obama’s executive action plan
  • Obama: Plan will shield 250,000 farmworkers
  • The Economist: The border is not the problem
  • Central Valley undocumented immigrants see hope in Obama action
  • HARVEST 2014/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • 2014 Vintage Report: Italy Wine Harvest
  • Take control of your wine costing and set your prices with confidence *Sponsored Link*
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa Winemakers Argue Over the Valley’s Visual Image
  • Sonoma County Smacks Down Bella Vineyards
  • Napa approves Robert Foley Angwin winery expansion
  • California farmers, EPA agree to pesticide restrictions
  • High table grape prices could go higher
  • California Labor Commissioner Issues Required Postings for New Paid Sick Leave Law
  • Grow Direct To Consumer Sales *Sponsored Link*
  • SIGNIFICANT TREND THE WINE INDUSTRY HAS OVERLOOKED
  • Sobriety trend to harm wine sales
  • CDC: Are you a heavy drinker? You’d be surprised
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • UC Davis notes the obvious: Water can’t be stored if it’s not there in the first place
  • Shaping water storage in California
  • Feinstein shuts out Northern Californians from water talks
  • Fresno driller Steve Arthur finds ‘60 Minutes’ report lacking
  • Is Dianne Feinstein Crafting a Secret Water Deal to Help Big Pistachio?
  • Congressional slackers fail again on drought
  • How groundwater banking is done: A look at three groundwater banking operations
  • USGS Synthesis of studies in the fall low-salinity zone of the San Francisco Estuary, plus aquatic plants, El Nino, big data and more …
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Changyu to establish new company in France as profits improve
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Vineyards By The Batch: Chinese Winery Sells Plots to Private Parties
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Bordeaux 2014: between 08 and 10 in quality
  • PA: Collector battles to save 2k wine bottles
  • REGULATION & LEGAL MATTERS
  • How Strong Are Your Trademarks?
  • Wine in America: Law and Policy *Sponsored Link*
  • INDUSTRY DATA & TRENDS
  • Super-rich spend $8 billion on booze
  • Social Media Is Not So Hot For Customer Service
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • How Can Wine Steal This Brilliant Idea From KLM?
  • Wine businesses slow to change and connect with consumers, says business guru
  • Around the Globe, Private Label’s Appeal Goes Beyond Price
  • The Connection Between Your Website Design and Conversion Rates
  • Brand New: The Shape of Brands to Come *Sponsored Link*
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Cornell’s Ag Economic Outlook Conference will be Dec. 9
  • Wine Vision 2014 in Pictures
  • Trade Show & Event Marketing *Sponsored Link*
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Damien Wilson on why wine bloggers are an endangered species
  • Wark Pondering The End of Fermentations?
  • Wine Marketing & Sales, 2nd Edition *Sponsored Link*
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Is There a Solution to Bottle Variation?
  • Pirate Wines Are Better Than Natural Wines
  • Reviving Lesser-Known Varietals
  • Wine Criticism Serendipity
  • Shadows in the Vineyard: The True Story of the Plot to Poison the World’s Greatest Wine *Sponsored Link*
  • DID SOMEONE FORGET NORTON?
  • Zinfandel, The Only American Wine Grape
  • WINE PEOPLE
  • Interview: Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi CEO
  • Q&A with Angelo Gaja
  • Q&A: Adam Mason, Mulderbosch
  • The Tastemakers: Why We’re Crazy for Cupcakes but Fed Up with Fondue *Sponsored Link*
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Northern Rhône Co-operative Looks To The Future
  • Burgundy split over new Cote d’Or appellation plan
  • Oddbins bullish despite hitche
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Aussie Wineries warn China deal no ’silver bullet’
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese officials swap baijiu for wine at APEC summit dinner
  • Thirst for Wine - Inside China’s Wine Industry: The Success Factors of Marketing Wine in China *Sponsored Link*
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 7 Wine-Themed Gifts For Your Thanksgiving Host
  • Fücking hell beer causes problems
  • CENTRAL COAST HANNIBAL LECTER ALERT: TOO BIZARRE TO PASS UP.
  • Murderer who cut out co-worker’s heart is paroled to SLO
  • CRAFT BEER, CIDER & SPIRITS
  • Study Reveals Promising Technology to Expand Hard Cider Industry
  • Inventors of New Beer Gadget Forget that Craft Beer Already Exists
  • The Craft Beer Revolution: How a Band of Microbrewers Is Transforming the World’s Favorite Drink *Sponsored Link*

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