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May 05, 2015

May 04, 2015

May 04, 2015TOP 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 Link*
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Allied Grape Growers Issue Acreage Report (PDF)
  • OZ: Tasmanian winemakers celebrate high quality yields after light crop in 2014
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sonoma County planning commissioner Willie Lamberson settles into pivotal post in winery debate
  • 4 Insights From Napa’s Underdogs
  • J. Lohr Unveils Pinot on the Patio Sweepstakes
  • How To Overcome The Top 10 Objections From Beverage Retailers. *Sponsored Link*
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • CA Water Board orders all post-1914 water rights holders within the Sacramento River watershed and Delta to stop diverting until further notice
  • Water rationing and California’s drought
  • California’s drought brings state into unprecedented territory
  • Jerry Brown’s giant water tunnels face a tough dig
  • Is state’s Delta new strategy built on a series of errors?
  • The End of California?
  • Is the California delta smelt responsible for the water shortage?
  • Got a good grip on your bung? Click now to check out our “super grip” bung flash sale *Sponsored Link*
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • How Much Did Wineries Really Make in 2014?
  • OZ: Naked Wines Winemaker buys Margaret River vineyard
  • DISTRIBUTORS
  • Terlato Wines Becomes U.S. Importer Of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne
  • Charles Heidsieck Moving To Folio Fine Wine Partners
  • Know your wine importers
  • Tools of the Trade: 10 Must Have Documents to Have Ready For Your Distributor *Sponsored Link*
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Frenetic bidding at Sonoma County Barrel Auction
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 rises 0.4% in April
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 held steady last week and closed the month up 0.7%
  • Lynch Bages, Angelus, La Lagune find a market as weak euro helps buyers
  • Bordeaux 2014 – Ron Washam’s methodology
  • What You Need to Know about 2014 en primeur
  • INDUSTRY DATA & TRENDS
  • San Joaquin Valley 2015 Crop Looking A Lot Like 2014
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Why Using Flash Can Kill Your Advertising And Web Site Traffic
  • How Large Distributors Launch A New Brand *Sponsored Link*
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The revolution in wine terms
  • Time to kill the 800-word article
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • From Vineyard Selfies to Wines that Encompass a Place
  • World is waking up to German Pinot
  • What does wine sound like?
  • Filtering wine one way doesn’t mean it’s the only way. Click now to see the alternatives *Sponsored Link*
  • LOOKING AT THE SCIENCE OF TERROIR (SAME STUDY)
  • Comparing Malbec Wines from Argentina & California: Can We Identify “Terroir”? (Academic Wino, 2013)
  • Scientists Find Wines from Different Terroirs Have Distinct ‘Fingerprints’ (Wine Spectator, 2015)
  • WINE PEOPLE
  • Women Vintners Chip Away at the Wineglass Ceiling
  • In Mom’s Footsteps
  • Drinking with Tool Frontman and Winemaker Maynard James Keenan
  • WA: Vintner realizes fruits of grandpa’s lessons
  • WINE PLACES
  • Italian Wine Appellations that are Downright Confounding
  • Uncorking Bordeaux
  • A little homage to Catalonia
  • Beaumes-de-Venise, More Than Just Muscat
  • On the verdejo wine trail in central Spain
  • La Rioja is rich in historic sites, vineyards
  • NORTH AMERICAN REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR Vineyards may face increased pest pressure
  • WA: Illness forces Trio Vintners owner to move on
  • Oh! Ohio has wine?
  • Ohio grape industry losing a great research manager
  • Ontario Needs to Allow Competition for its Alcohol Industry to Prosper
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Research On Hybrid Tannins Continues
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • When is a Pago not a Pago?
  • Chief of the Week: English Wine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Australian wine seeing record growth in China and UK
  • NZ: Yealands Plans Growth as Marlborough Land Prices Recover
  • Prime Minister Seeks Ponytailgate Pardon With Pinot Noir
  • NZ wine boss kick-back trial begins
  • Aussie wine and beer in good spirits
  • Can Australia, China match France in wine?
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China’s Wine Industry Explodes, But Not Yet On The World Stage
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Cheval des Andes May Get Own Winery as Lurton Builds LVMH Brand
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Promoting probiotic wine in Lebanon
  • Anger as Algeria pores over new alcohol measures
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What was the best wine in the Middle Ages?
  • The Difference Between Beer Foam & Champagne Bubbles
  • Chilling A Bottle Of Wine In 15 Minutes (VIDEO)
  • OLIVE OIL
  • How olives changed the world
  • CRAFT BEVERAGES: BEER, CIDER WINE & SPIRITS
  • Don’t worry about mercury in whisky (but maybe worry about England?)
  • Can a Group of Bartenders Save Mezcal?
  • How Corona Made Cinco De Mayo An American Holiday
  • MARIJUANA
  • Wine & Weed: A guide to flavor, pot pairings, wine profiles

  • May 01, 2015TOP 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 really draining California water
  • TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored Link*
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • NZ: Hat-trick of quality vintages
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Growers Warned Against Accepting Contracts With Producer’s Lien Waivers
  • Vineyard Technology to Boost Profits, Minimize Problems: Vineyard Economics Seminar
  • Tesla enters battery market with technology tested at Jackson Family Wines
  • Will Success Spoil The Napa Valley?
  • The buzz on the Napa Agricultural Protection Advisory Committee
  • Robin Akhurst joins Swanson team
  • Hahn is new hire for Napa Valley Vintners
  • Keith Hock launches new consulting venture
  • USA Trade Tasting Early Bird Registrations Are Now Open: Save $740 If You Register Before 30 April 2015. *Sponsored Link*
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • California Agricultural Water Use: Key Background Information (PDF)
  • California Water Rights Law: 100 Years and Counting – and Concerned
  • Grant Funds Research on Use of Treated Wastewater on Crops
  • Delta group says governor’s newest Delta plan is worse
  • Filtering wine one way doesn’t mean it’s the only way. Click now to see the alternatives *Sponsored Link*
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • SK Capital Closes Control Investment in AEB Group
  • DISTRIBUTORS
  • Rocco Lombardo Appointed President Of Wilson Daniels
  • Tools of the Trade: 10 Must Have Documents to Have Ready For Your Distributor *Sponsored Link*
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Bordeaux 2014: Many top chateaux hold fire as first releases test demand
  • Mouton ’14 in Line With 2012 Sets Tone for Bordeaux Price
  • Haut-Brion tops Parker’s 2012 scores
  • Bordeaux 2012: a Pessac year
  • ALCOHOL, HEALTH, AND THE FRENCH PARADOX Click the link above for more news, articles and archives.
  • New research reveals the jobs in the UK that make Brits drink the most
  • REGULATION & LEGAL MATTERS
  • Talking wine label compliance with Rob Mondavi
  • INDUSTRY DATA & TRENDS
  • World Wine Consumption Mostly Flat Since 2009
  • How Large Distributors Launch A New Brand *Sponsored Link*
  • PACKAGING, LABELS & CORKS
  • Why Washington State University winemakers ditched cork for caps
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Why Your Engagement Stinks and What You Can Do About It
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Terminate the Robo-Writers
  • Review: ‘Natural Resistance,’ a Documentary on the Italian Wine Industry
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • ’Anything but Chardonnay’ mantra is nonsense
  • The sad truth about Italian wine
  • Italy’s Best-Kept Secret: the Sparkling Wines of Franciacorta
  • Volatilizing Your Esters Brings Joy to Your Wine Experience
  • Viticulture 101: Part 5
  • A League of Their Rhône Rangers--Part Three
  • Sweet: a good thing
  • WINE PEOPLE
  • Jackson Family Wines chairman and proprietor Barbara R. Banke
  • Portraits of Bardolino 3: Carlo Nerozzi, Le Vigne di San Pietro
  • Three wise men: Italy’s winemakers
  • Interview with Ernst Loosen
  • Roberson’s Cru
  • WINE PLACES
  • 10 Things Every Wine Lover Should Know About Dominio de Pingus
  • Guado al Tasso: a story of self-confidence
  • Wines From Sicily Reveal A Rich Mosaic Ripe For Discovery
  • OH CANADA!
  • Quebec: Empty wine glass bottles should not be returnable
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Fears of drop in Arizona wine grapes after freeze
  • Texas wine at the crossroads, one year later
  • Selling New York on Washington State Wines
  • Finger Lakes Wines and Grapes: It’s spring, but winter’s effects are still felt
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Some grape growers on the Central Coast use less water than others--the trick is to dry farm
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Why do British retailers get it so wrong overseas?
  • UK: 24-hour drinking law ‘was a mistake’
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine Equalization Tax Reform still on the table
  • OZ: Commercial vineyards at Charles Sturt University to return to farmland
  • Australian wine industry – state of play: Part 5
  • Harvest Trail Fair Work initiative turns to Tasmania’s wine industry
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • UPM Raflatac partners with WWF South Africa to support sustainable wine production and conservation in the Cape winelands
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive Oil Authenticity Testing Underway in UK
  • Waste Olive Oil from restaurants will feed four new U.K. power plants
  • CRAFT BEVERAGES: BEER, CIDER WINE & SPIRITS
  • MillerCoors Hit with Class Action Suit for Use of “Artfully Crafted” on Blue Moon Beer
  • Edrington Sees Further Upside For Luxury Malts Macallan And Highland Park
  • Samuel Adams Slumps In First Quarter, But Angry Orchard Leads Boston Beer To Solid Growth

  • May 01, 2015

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