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February 21, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Treasury Wine: Faint Praise, Crossed Fingers & Tough Love
  • Treasury Wine’s CEO choice under fire
  • Domaines Barons de Rothschild Targets Major US Expansion
  • Calif Sales Soared During Recession, Farms Grew Larger
  • US Ag Census Shows Boom In FarmRevenues
  • Et Tu Australia? Drought Brings Policy Drought
  • Imports To Take 50% of US Fruit & Nut Market By 2023
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Water experts pitch for Temperance Flat Dam
  • California farmers brace for little or no water
  • Drought-Killer El Nino Due This Year?
  • More farmers must switch from flood to drip watering
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Meeting scheduled over Sonoma Square tasting rooms
  • Pruning contest is no longer a man’s game
  • John Caldwell: The Napa Valley Smuggler
  • Lodi Native group to debut at ZAP/LoCA’s Lodi Zinfandel Experience
  • REGULATION & COMPLIANCE
  • TN House approval of wine bill not the last hurdle
  • Some Canadian wine prices are more tax than product
  • Bad bill would send more shoppers to N.J.
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • TWE shifts supply from China as demand decreases
  • TWE grilled over ambitious earnings forecast
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Chinese Make First Investment in Margaux
  • HEALTH
  • Health conscious drinkers demand alcohol-free
  • UK retailers split over calories on wine labels
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • Patent infringement claims plague restaurant chains
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Instagram Captures Higher Interaction Rates than Facebook
  • Don’t Gamble on Your E-commerce Platform
  • China-based social marketing service Kmsocial raises ‘tens of millions’
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • EPA proposes new worker pesticide protection rules
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The FTC may bark at native ads, but it won’t bite
  • A healthy dose of Mr. Parker
  • Confessions of a wine critic
  • Things DRC owner de Villaine says: a writing exercise
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Climate change is making English wine better
  • The Book on Amontillado
  • Zelma Long: A winemaker on the path less traveled
  • Lunch with Randall Grahm
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Book Review: ’Art As An Investment?’ Think Again
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • Tips to Pass the Sommelier Certification
  • WINE TOURISM
  • Long Island Wine: Agritourism isn’t the Whole Story
  • OH CANADA!
  • James Cameron Takes on Canadian Winemaking
  • OREGON
  • Umpqua Valley Wineries celebrate 30th AVA anniversary
  • Special Crop Block Grants Applications must be filed on Monday.
  • Rogue Valley Growers Seek Extension Funding
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MN: Cold-climate wine industry worth $400+ million
  • NM Sparkling Brand Gruet Now Growing At 10% Annually
  • NV: U of Nevada-Reno, Hires New Ag School Chief
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Is biodiverse agriculture an anachronism?
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • State regulators pull trigger on Telone
  • And the winner for strangest wine experiment of the year goes to…
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • The late, great Michael Cox: his last big interview
  • Italians’ thirst for wine diminishes as younger generation turns to beer
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Watch this lady frost a cake on the subway and then share it with everyone
  • Wine + Life: How To Open A Bottle Of Wine
  • °Mucho Gusto! Get to know Sauvignon Blanc
  • Has your wine got an altitude problem?
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Virgin Olive Oil in Kit for Clean, Safe Births in Nigeria
  • Olive Oil Package Design Top of Mind During Greek Crisis
  • Cretan olive oil harvests down 60%, but could be ’tastiest ever’
  • Greece: Kalamata PDO harvest completed

  • February 20, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Why Are Calif Farmers Exporting Water To China?
  • Treasury Wines Estates picks outsider as its new leader
  • Treasury Wine H1 earnings slide 38 pct on sales drop
  • Scroll down for complete Treasury Wine Coverage
  • Petition to Oust USDA from US dietary guideline Role
  • Potential Tax Changes Could Cost Ag $4 Billion Potential
  • Venture capitalist would split California into six states
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Drought Damages Vines as California Wineries Go Thirsty
  • Napa Planners approve Calistoga barrel storage
  • Global Wine Partners Announces Ray Chadwick as Principal
  • New Beer Industry Technology Symposium Set For Napa
  • Velleno and Orozco promoted at Sattui & Castello di Amorosa
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • State to spend $687 Million for drought relief
  • SJ Valley farmers brace for ’devastating water news’
  • Nuanced definitions muddy SLO water debate
  • Water contractors will pay bulk of the bill for Delta tunnels
  • TREASURY WINE ESTATES
  • Treasury Wine Positive on China Over Long Term: CEO
  • Australia’s Treasury Wine hires new CEO to lead way out
  • New TWE chief to review businesses
  • Treasury Wine Estates names Michael Clarke as new chief executive
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Northwest Farm Credit Services earnings up 26.5 %
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Kansas businesses split on expanded liquor sales
  • Kansas groceries renew push for wine, liquor sales
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Guigal’s 2010 ‘La Las’ spark flurry of trading
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Frisson Wines Retains Balzac Communications
  • RADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • NC: Grape growers conference planned
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • What’s a community manager for?
  • Will your mobile commerce see growth in 2014?
  • How To Set Up Valuable Reports for Your Winery in Google Analytics
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • I’ll have some Roussillon, hold the Rivesaltes
  • Is WineEnthusiast biased when it comes to Italian whites?
  • Oregon winemaker turns to Washington for Zinfandel
  • Hanging With Joel Peterson
  • Wine, Body and Perfection
  • Dividing Pigs
  • WINE TOURISM
  • Chinese fast becoming Australia’s top wine tourists
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: WineAmerica leader shares insight with Idaho industry
  • NY: Impact of wine industry climbs to $4.8 billion
  • OR: An Entrepreneur’s Guide To Portland’s Wine And Food Scene
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Calorie warning on Sainsbury’s labels
  • The proposed 74th DOCG
  • The Legend & Legacy Of Valpolicella’s Giuseppe Quintarelli
  • Body of Bordeaux Wine Estate’s Chinese Owner Found
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Winery on low-alcohol mission
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • From Bouzy To Rocky Knob: The Colorful Names Of Wine Regions
  • Happy birthday Jess Jackson
  • ALMONDS & OTHER TREE NUTS
  • Three almond diseases to watch out for this spring
  • Pruning may not pay for walnut growers
  • Lots of almond trees, drought and bee shortage could mean trouble in Valley
  • NOW control hinges on pistachio fundamentals
  • Bee supply and demand should be balanced for almond bloom

  • February 19, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Treasury Wine Estates: Is The ’Penfolds Curse’ Back?
  • Calif Megadroughts Have Lasted For Centuries
  • US Absent From World’s Top 5 Per Capita Wine Consumers
  • California AVAs as splintered broomsticks in “Fantasia”
  • Prison wine breaking into your local liquor store
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Ballard Canyon: The Newest, Rhone-Focused AVA
  • William Cole temporarily shuts down public visits
  • Lodi Wine Competition Seeks Judges,Wines
  • Stevenot Found Again: Matthew Rorick and Forlorn Hope
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Two irrigation districts sparring over wastewater in Turlock
  • Vineyard Management Strategies for Drought Conditions
  • California water crisis moves into national spotlight
  • Drought management decisions have consequences
  • Inside look at the 2014 drought in Sonoma County
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Pernod reacts to disappointing first half
  • Constellation splits from Accolade in Europe
  • Diageo credits its export success to EU, warns UK not to leave
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Titanic director buys BC winery
  • NZ: Buckland Grove vineyard put up for sale
  • TX: Bingham Family Vineyards buys Pheasant Ridge
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Don’t be conned when investing in fine wine
  • LEGAL MATTERS & REGULATION
  • Napa County Winery Audits: What are the odds?
  • Is China Making a Step Forward in Wine Trademark Law?
  • INDUSTRY DATA
  • Rioja sees record-breaking sales in 2013
  • "Prosecco Revolution" Marches On
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Restaurant Wine Program of the Future Makes Sense Today
  • (oops) wine – A Cautionary Tale of Typography
  • Promoting Greek wine in California
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Eastern Winery Exposition Opens in 2 Weeks w. Sold-Out Trade Show
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Contact Forms Mean You DON’T Really Want Contact
  • Hardys Wine sets out to replicate Nike’s social media sparkle
  • Fetzer Launches Mobile Wine Pricing App
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Thoughts on Huet’s "Ugly Behavior"
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Parker: ‘Natural’ wine will be exposed as ‘fraud’
  • Grenache: Next Big Thing or Another Passing Fancy?
  • The Turkish Wine Renaissance
  • Seattle’s New Beer/Wine Hybrids
  • Alcohols and assumptions about California Zinfandel
  • ACADEMIA
  • Arizona college offers associate degree in wine
  • ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Applications sought for EPA wetlands grants
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Yeast Market worth $3.6 Billion by 2018
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • British Government’s $5m Wine Cellar Includes Some Rare Prizes
  • VINIV Wines `Worth Every Penny,’ Lalondrelle Says
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Heavy rain fails to damage grape growers’ spirits
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine, Food and the Pace of Things to Come
  • Don’t shy away from funky wine flavours
  • How to Go Right—and Wrong—with a Restaurant Wine List
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Europe Acts to Stop Spread of Olive Tree Killer
  • U.S. FDA Warns Company Over Olive Oil-Related Claims
  • CRAFT BEER & SPIRITS
  • Pliny the Younger and our craft beer heritage
  • FUNKY
  • Grapevine bacteria named after Frank Zappa

  • February 18, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Feds Ignore Water Rights, Cut Central Valley East Side by 60%
  • Jan. restaurant sales: trouble ahead
  • Schumer urges speedy loans for vineyards hit by cold
  • In Utah, many want to pull down ’Zion Curtain’ drinking laws
  • Politicians discover Central Valley
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • French wine exports down in 2013
  • Limited supply of French wines on bulk market
  • EUR150m of Bordeaux returned to France in three years
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • California Seeing Brown Where Green Used to Be
  • Saralee McClelland Kunde: A celebration for the Daffodil Queen
  • Warehouser plans Healdsburg custom crush
  • New generation at Russian River winery
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Water-Cleaning Technology Could Help Farmers
  • Water takes center stage at World Ag Expo
  • February Forecast: Limited Water Supply In Westernmost States
  • Aussie drought support wait continues
  • Drought, frost, competition, insights and discontents
  • Demand rises to finance alternatives to water as drought persists
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Vaynerchuck’s new $25M fund
  • Virgile Joly: Doing it the hard way
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Bordeaux First Growths Drop to 18% of Liv-Ex Market Share
  • Suppose they gave a Bordeaux en primeur party and no-one came?
  • Mouton Rothschild – value to be found?
  • Wine: an investment that ages well
  • HEALTH
  • Cure Crime and Cancer: Don’t Drink
  • REGULATION & COMPLIANCE
  • AWOL Wineries & the American Wine Consumer Coalition
  • OR: Liquor sales modernization stalled
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • What drives wine drinkers? Price, of course
  • New serve and preserve fine wine system
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Like Quality Wine, Quality News Is Not Free
  • Gregutt: Goodbye ... Again
  • This system wants you to decide how much an author gets paid
  • Two Texts for Winter Wine Reading
  • Roberts: SVB’s State Of The Wine Industry 2014 Report Makes Us Look Like Geniuses
  • Ethics? Ethics? We Don’t Need No Stinking Ethics!
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Huet: Just How Crappy Does A Wine Have To Get To Ban Tasting?
  • Drink Petrus with Robert Parker in Beijing for •60,000
  • 13.6%: The Optimal Ripeness In Cabernet
  • US Finger Lakes could rival Mosel, says Paul Hobbs
  • Newcomer Vintners Shaking up Chilean Wine Scene
  • The Charm of Terroir
  • Robert Parker and his predictions for 2014
  • Can Bag-in-Box Plastic Pouches Compete with Glass Bottles for Wine Quality Over Time?
  • Non-beef pairings for Cabernet Sauvignon
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Washington Grape & Wine Convention Breaks Record
  • 7 Tips for the Vancouver International Wine Festival
  • Scrap unnecessary wine shows
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Killing Off the Global Navigation: One Trend to Avoid
  • How to Access your Winery Website’s “Big Data”
  • Wine.com hires exes from Shutterfly, Williams-Sonoma
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • H-2A can attract domestic workers
  • "Internal communication" no longer exists
  • Helping the Disabled and the Wine Industry
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • “Go Texan” Mark As Applied to Wines
  • Cal high court may end protection for alcohol party hosts
  • ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Idaho’s Bitner Vineyards creates buzz for sustainability
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Challenges, rewards of a 30-year wine grape vineyard
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Bordeaux-based Viniv to offer Crushpad-type winemaking service
  • Tesco bolsters wine team
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Interview with One Of The Largest Wine Importers In China
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Cotechino and Sorbara – An Existential Dilemma
  • Dusk in the Vineyard: Moonrise at Sunset
  • Jean-Charles Boisset: Smooth Operator
  • Invisible Cities, Imaginary Wines
  • OLIVE OIL
  • US olive oil pushing gov’t to test imported oils

  • February 14, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Note To Obama: SJ Valley Problems Extend Beyond Drought
  • Gallo stays at top of US Producer list
  • Sham Wine Investment Company Busted
  • Maureen Downey Talks Sharks, Snakes, Slalom & Seedy Wine
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Grape harvest bodes well for Modesto-area wineries
  • Healdsburg may use treated wastewater for vineyards
  • World Ag Expo closes with 100,000 total visitors
  • Planners approve Silverado Trail winery despite objections
  • Napa Valley: Vintners & Visit Pledge $5 Mil to Vine Trail
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Pernod Ricard Seeking Acquisitions in Chinese Wine
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Sanlam Buying Stocks in Booze, Schools to Boost Small-Cap Fund
  • Farmland Purchases: Tread Carefully
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-Ex: US labels leading non-European fine wines
  • Liv-ex: Right Bank starts to drift
  • REGULATION & COMPLIANCE
  • Update: Nutrition and ingredient labels for wine
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • NZ: Wine industry supports extortion claims inquiry
  • Bordeaux LaFight Club: Lafite vs. Lafitte
  • Wine brands face new trademark law in China as of May 1
  • Lush Trademark Tricks
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Do wine sales matter for writing wine blogs?
  • Premonitions For 2014: Wines, Beer and Spirits
  • Wine drinkers seduced by resurgence of Pinot Gris
  • Gimmicky Wine Brand Names Fading
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Vinexpo Asia- Pacific expected to break exhibitor and visitor records
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Millennials Use Different Social Networks to Post, Buy Different Product Types
  • Comcast’s weaksauce pro-TWC merger argument in 4 quotes
  • 84% use their devices as second-screens while watching TV
  • VingDirect and bLoyal: Strategic Partnership
  • Big Data is agriculture’s big blank on the map
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • No one wants your PowerPoint: How to make board meetings better
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • How Banfi makes a better wine
  • Chilean wine: the devil’s in the detail
  • Mediocre Wine Scores
  • Reflections on Beauty and Strangeness in Wine
  • 5 Questions for ‘Wine Wench’ Sue Straight
  • Off the Mat
  • WINE PRESERVATION
  • Volatile Organics: Preserving Wine Is NOT Just About The Oxygen
  • Volatilizing esters brings you so much more enjoyment
  • OH CANADA!
  • Okanagan Crush Pad thinks outside the box
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • 2013: A Good Year For French Wine Despite Troubles In China
  • New Lafaurie-Peyraguey owner to restrict sweet wine production
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine growers worry about rot as SA gets wet
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Parker to kick off world tour in Beijing
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Don’t Buy Bogus “Port,” “Sherry,” “Champagne” for Your Valentine
  • Classical Music Wines
  • "Progressive" Ideological Wine
  • State wine cellars compared
  • Video Demystifies Wine Terms
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive fly threatens Greece’s olive groves
  • CRAFT BEER & SPIRITS
  • Top 10 female brewers
  • Red tape cut for Canadian craft brewers
  • Beer launched in memory of brewer killed by forklift
  • AWWWWWWWW
  • Couple who met in wine aisle to marry

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