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February 26, 2014TOP NEWS
  • AB InBev keen to steal larger ’share of throat’ from wine
  • 2013 US Wine Exports Set Record, Up 16% to $1.55 Bil
  • Ballot Measure Move to derail Cal High-Speed Rail
  • With farm bill done, major issues remain for ag
  • Consignment Wine Sales – Don’t Do Them!
  • Wine Business Innovation Summit Awards
  • HARVEST 2014/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • OZ: Margaret River 2014 harvest ’strongest yet’ for white wines
  • NZ: Marlborough: boom, bust, and boom again
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Italy, By Way of California
  • Comments on Premiere Napa Valley 2014
  • How Drought is Affecting Cover Crops in St. Helena Vineyards
  • Vintner Dario Sattui recovering after bike crash, neck surgery
  • Bodegas Salentein Retains Balzac Communications
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Deadline Soon to apply for drought-related funds
  • California water bond proposals now number seven
  • Another water bond is floated in Legislature
  • Turlock Irrigation District votes to cut in half its water deliveries to farms
  • MID approves intra-district open-market sales of irrigation water
  • Farmers respond in wake of ‘zero’ water allocation
  • HMMMMMM ...
  • It Takes How Much Water to Grow an Almond?!
  • Drought leads to early removal of almonds
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Direct to consumer market key for Oregon wine
  • SD: Senate delivers wine-shipping bill to House
  • WI: Stores could begin offering free liquor samples under state bill
  • WV: Wine bill hits wall
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • AB InBev reports 34% profit surge
  • Diageo slammed for linking alcohol to toughness
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Horse Heaven Hills land to be auctioned
  • CrowdWatch brings all crowdfund investing deals under one roof
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Buyers target Cheval Blanc in Year of the Horse
  • HEALTH
  • Resveratrol Supplements: A Follow-Up on Questionable Research
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Customers Need to be the Heart of Your Strategy
  • Back Labels You Can Get Behind
  • Gallo to get girls drinking Moscato
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Vinisud 2014: picture gallery
  • ViniSud 2014, Day 2
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • 5 Social Media Changes Wineries Should Look For This Season
  • BloomReach says it can track your customers without tracking-tracking them
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Legal minefield awaits ag employers, lawyer says
  • Gallo plans office building with open work environment
  • New Osha Standards Include Revised Safety Data Sheets
  • PARKER MATTERS
  • Parker’s Remarks: Memorable but Disappointing
  • On Robert Parker, and matters of taste
  • Robert Parker Responds to Jon BonnÚ
  • Robert Parker, live
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The 2013 Crush Report and Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Broadbent’s vast catalog of wine writing offers much to learn
  • Williams Selyem Estate Vineyard
  • The Napa Valley Uncorked: Tudal Family Winery
  • Little Rascal Grapes
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Winter Weather Ravages Some Wine Grape Crops
  • OR: Alex Sokol Blosser takes over winemaking
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Malolactic bacteria’s proteins mapped
  • Natural Resource Conservation Service Pledges $3 Million for Honey Bee Health
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Italy’s vintners to the rescue of Cremisan monks
  • Bordeaux Mayor Attacks Winery Tax Breaks
  • Burgundy Organic Farmer Gets Hero’s Welcome
  • Major Rioja brand makes move into Rueda
  • Italy’s new agriculture minister a glimmer of hope?
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Drought aid easier to get
  • NZ: Breidecker harvest first off the blocks
  • OZ: Ferry weight rule upsets wine grape harvest
  • NZ: Rabobank wine export figures corrected
  • OZ: Louisa Rose to chair the Australian Wine Research Institute Board
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China Wine List of the Year II: Three weeks to submit your menus
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 3 Simple Steps to Boost Your Wine Pleasure
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Protect the diverse flavors of olive oil
  • ALMONDS & OTHER TREE NUTS
  • Warm weather ignites California almond blossom
  • USDA: Walnut Acreage Up 15,000 In 2013
  • Walnut Experts To Gather In Stockton
  • USSR REDUX
  • Ukrainian ex-leader shows expensive taste

  • February 25, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Can Calif Avoid a ‘Shock to Trance’ Approach to Water?
  • Gallo muscles into UK premium wine sector
  • France sees EU-China deal over wine trade dispute
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Planners debate grape sourcing at new Angwin winery
  • Increased number of Napa wineries has led to land use conflicts
  • Sonoma Tasting Rooms Too much of a good thing?
  • Santa Ynez 2013 wine grape yield, quality high
  • WiVi Central Coast returns to Paso Robles
  • Michael Yurch to lead Wine Retailing Seminar at Sonoma State
  • Cal high court rules cover charge at parties creates liability
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Nuanced definitions muddy SLO water debate
  • Dry wine: How does the California drought affect the wine industry?
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • TN House Passes Wine in Grocery Stores Bill
  • BC: What You Need To Know About The Final Report On Liquor Law Reform
  • KS: Lawrence liquor store owners oppose push for groceries to sell more alcohol
  • IN: State Fair aims to break dry spell, join 48 states selling alcohol on fairgrounds
  • AL: Protectionism for beer, wine distributors
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Weak rand helps South Africa’s Distell’s sales
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Mouton ’95 Rallying as Dhalluin Focuses on ’13 Vintage
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Mezzacorona Boosts US Marketing
  • UK sales of Fairtrade wine jump 15% in 2013
  • I Want to See a Wine Bottle on Every Table: Galloni
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Frankenwein Featured at ProWein Seminars
  • ViniSud 2014, Day 1
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Shopping carts impact e-commerce user experience
  • Gmail adds easy unsubscribe button to stem the tide of promotional email
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Is every conversation with a reporter a potential crisis?
  • PARKER, PARKER, PARKER, PARKER, PARKER ...
  • Robert Parker Faces His Toughest Critics: Wine Writers
  • Lion in Winter: Robert Parker Addresses Wine Writers
  • Parker Comments on “Parkerization”
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Refining the Russian River Valley AVA: another start
  • Barossa project puts Shiraz under the microscope
  • Argentine Malbec: Old dog, new tricks
  • Taste the quality but feel the texture, too
  • Barrel ageing: The key to Rioja’s success?
  • Schug’s winemaker on greatness in Pinot
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Jay McInerny: A bright light of the wine world
  • Napa filmmakers use drones over vineyards
  • Porto: Next Stop on the Wine Economist World Tour
  • OH CANADA!
  • Dismissal ends legal battle over Vancouver wine festival name
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • DE: Bill Could Legalize Home Wine Delivery
  • MN: wineries promoting California-style tours
  • OR: Legislature passes bill to protect bees
  • TX: New winery and vineyards opening soon in Mineola
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Herbicides and Winegrape Yield: A Research Gap
  • Winemaker Likens Pesticide Use to Cancer Treatment
  • Digging into Soil Differences
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Bankrupt French Merchant Handed 30 Month Prison Sentence
  • Q&A: Domaine Chevrot, The ’DRC Of Maranges’
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Recent rain puts wine vintage on a knife edge
  • NZ: Ash Ridge opens new winery
  • WATER TO WINE DEPARTMENT: WWJ...Drink?
  • Vatican City Is Top Global Wine Consumer
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Coming Soon To A Wine Near You: Ancient Amphorae
  • Wine Availability
  • ‘Old vines’ may not be so vintage
  • Lunch with Randall Grahm, part II
  • On Average, one grape vine equals how much wine?
  • OLIVE OIL
  • IOOC Jan 2014 Newsletter
  • Olive-oil uproar erupts in Greece over cheaper ‘blended’ product
  • Greek olive oil could be economy victim
  • ALMONDS & OTHER TREE NUTS
  • Calif Almond Drought: Prices Up, Aussies Eager To Fill Gap

  • February 24, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Sonoma County Enviro Threat Irks Grape Growers
  • Feds cut water to Central Valley farmers to zero
  • The drying of the West (From the Economist)
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa Premiere auction raises record-breaking $6m
  • Keith Rogal proposes 5-story Copia hotel project
  • Vintage Nurseries Expands, Doubles Capacity
  • Feds give Calif high-speed rail 3-month funding extension
  • Carin Jacobs Appointed To Calif Wine Museum Board
  • BottleRock lost $500,000 on deal to buy Uptown
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Severe drought? California has been here before
  • Low flows may halt Napa river diversions
  • Calif Delta Tunnel public review extended 60 days
  • State leaders should approve Paso water district legislation
  • Cal Legislature may consider moratorium on fracking
  • PRIVATIZATION
  • Liquor price hike looms in Washington
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Burgundy 2012 Climbs as Vineyard Yields Reduced by Frost
  • Liv-ex: Vega Sicilia Unico
  • HEALTH
  • Drinking when pregnant could be crime in UK
  • Wine Kills Lung Cancer Cells in Lab Tests
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • How to gain new customers through wine marketing
  • Flavoured wines big hit with younger drinkers
  • Proliferation of private labels hindering premium Prosecco
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Why Delectable is Your New Best Friend
  • Comparing WooCommerce vs Vin65, Vinespring & Shopify
  • Analyst predicts rise of guest-facing restaurant tech
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Making a Cranky Recruiter Smile
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Robert Parker Scores and Misses
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Penfolds Grange: A Wine Once Deemed A Disaster & Unfit For Sale
  • Washington Malbec grows up
  • The Question of Balance
  • Enjoying Petite Sirah at Dark & Delicious
  • Gripping grappa
  • Island treasures: Canary wines (by Jancis Robinson)
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Oregon’s Herb Quady leaves Troon for custom winemaking
  • Umpqua Valley wine group turns 30
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Wine Bottles Not So Green
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Burgundy Producer Back In Court For Refusing To Spray Insecticide
  • Wine recognised as part of French cultural heritage
  • ALMONDS & OTHER TREE NUTS
  • California almond farmers face tough choices
  • OZ: Cracking pace for Riverina almond harvest

  • 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
  • íMucho 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

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