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August 06, 2013TOP NEWS
  • China drops EU wine import tax
  • 2013 Farm Real Estate Values Up Nearly 10%
  • Chilean Winemakers Enliven Image With Move Upmarket
  • Tim Hamilton Russell, South African Wine Pioneer, Dies at 79
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Fearmongering In The Vineyard
  • London latest in UK vine planting surge
  • Cool temps delay harvest in Sonoma County
  • Grape harvest begins near Temecula
  • Second Bordeaux storm destroys 4,000ha
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • 30th Anniversary of the Russian River Valley AVA
  • Delta farmer finds Fresno a tough house on water issue
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Revisited: Granholm v. Heald and the Wine Industry
  • PA: PLCB revenues touch $2.17bn in FY2012-13
  • PA: Liquor board reports record $128M in profits
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, FINANCE, M&A
  • Big Gains In Americas Propel Campari To Double-Digit Sales Growth
  • Punch Drunk On Treasury Wine?
  • Russian Standard acquires 94.1% stake in Gancia sparkling wine
  • INVESTING, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Italian Fine-Wine Performance Boosted By 2010 Sassicaia Release
  • How to invest in wine and avoid the pitfalls of plonk
  • In the market for a $2,000 bottle?
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • From Water to Wine (Trademark): Joel Gott Wines v. Rehoboth Von Gott
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Fifty Ways to Sell Your Misunderstood Wine
  • ‘Tis the season of the bubblies
  • The Beer or Wine Gender Bender
  • What Wine Needs: Beyonce, Brad Pitt and Scorsese
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Zachys launches Hong Kong e-commerce platform
  • 72% of Online Adults are Social Networking Site Users
  • Australian MP mixes sexting with a nice glass of wine
  • China’s 10 best selling wines online
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • In Praise of Tom Wark
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Bubbling under the surface: Californian sparklers
  • Fort Ross-Seaview AVA Pinot Tasting: West of the West 2013
  • A Journey to Gigondas’ Chateau de Saint Cosme
  • French Wine Society offer 6 scholarships to IMW students
  • OH CANADA!
  • Okanagan winery 10 years after Mountain Park fire
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: Idaho wine region petitions for state’s second AVA
  • MI: Wine Competition draws producers, wine experts
  • MI: Michigan AVA Vs. Michigan AVA?
  • MO: New winery growing roots in Ray Co.
  • PACKAGING, LABELS & CORKS
  • Wine packaging
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • The Winemaker’s Bookshelf: Establishing a Digital Library (Part I)
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • French gov’t urged to help winemakers after hailstorm damage
  • Wine imports to Russia by country
  • Italy July Average Wine Prices: Summary
  • Bordeaux storm far worse than thought
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Winegrowers fear China dairy backlash
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Top Ten Women of Wine in India 2013
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • A Taste Of Mexico’s Wine Country
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Where to Taste ’Wines of Danger’
  • Wine For Dummies [Sponsored Link]
  • RANDOM WINE REVIEW OF THE DAY
  • From the Random Wine Review Generator
  • "Montecello Vineyards blends better-than-most oatmeal midtones and a nefarious tang aroma in their 1999 Pinot Grigio."

    August 05, 2013TOP NEWS
  • How prevalent is fake California wine in China?
  • Caymus pays $1 million for exceeding wine limit
  • Huge Sta. Rita Hills Property Sold For Start-Up Winery
  • Climate change scientist: WA, NZ win, Aussies, Calistoga losers
  • Latina Marketing Power Shift
  • Ag secretary pushes immigration law
  • Feds launch CA fracking study
  • Oil companies already frack off Calif Coast
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Calming Words From Mayacamas Vineyard’s Unlikely New Owner
  • Araujo Winery Acquisition Ups French Stake
  • North Bay Staffing firms see surge in demand
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Star chain: Pernod Ricard Armenia forces us into bankruptcy
  • Brown-Forman Shareholders Toast Record Year
  • AB Inbev grows revenue despite falling volumes
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Deoleo for sale. The company’ control costs just over € 200 million
  • Dreaming Of Owning A Vineyard? Here’s What Your Money Could Buy
  • 10 reasons why taking early money from VCs is a worthwhile risk
  • Angel investors put $20B a year into startups (infographic)
  • INVESTING, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • London Vines: another wine investment firm gone?
  • L’Evangile 2010 Hits Lowest Level Since Release
  • HEALTH
  • Sobering stories of wine, women and units
  • Pregnant moms’ high-fat, sugary diets may lead to alcohol, drug abuse
  • Grape consumption associated with healthier eating patterns
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • ND: Logistics Shippers and Carrier License Applications Required
  • TN: Study: Wine in grocery stores do not cause safety issues
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wine Over Beer: Health Benefits The Edge?
  • People like to buy wine in duty free shops
  • Argentina, Chile, SAfrica: joint promo for S-Hemisphere wine
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Dear brands, it’s you, not Facebook, scaring millennials away
  • Tweeting is not revolutionary
  • Twitter’s good and bad side
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Bill introduced to redefine full-time employee
  • The Advantages of Being Small and Broke in a Small Business
  • Success as an independent consultant takes more than expertise
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The Pulitzer Prize for Wine Reviews
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Do You Like Drinking Day-Old Wine?
  • Being kind to mediocre wine
  • The Anatomy of a Bad Vintage
  • Wild Yeast Fermentation: ’There’s No Such Thing’
  • Mike and Jeff, the World Wine Guys
  • Marketing foolishness, or ’Yes, but what does the wine taste like?’
  • Identifying Wine Aromas: Nature Not Nurture
  • WSET student numbers hit new record
  • OH CANADA!
  • Ontario Premier’s Anti-Consumer Wine Stance
  • Nova Scotia convenience-store owners want liquor sales
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Good wines made across the continent
  • Great Lakes grapes
  • AZ: Custom crush operation opens at crucial time
  • ID: Palm Desert woman promotes Idaho wines
  • OR: Lawmakers boost OSU fermentation science
  • OR: Winemaker launches her own brand, tasting room
  • TX: Lack Of Participation Delays Texas wine app
  • VA: Jefferson, Trump Share Love of Wineries in Virginia
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Fire ants to the rescue! Venom could be a natural fungicide
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Champagne cuts yield for 2013
  • Second hail storm ravages Bordeaux
  • Norway considers 5% booze tax increase
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Calls for Hunter vineyard protection
  • Label fights price drop
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Perfect China acquires South African wine estate Val de Vie
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South Africa: Govt Moves to Stop Alcohol Ads
  • Stellenbosch, the great South African wine area
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Raising a glass to Israeli wines in Jerusalem
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Reward is drinking the wine we grow (US)
  • (Wine) Diamonds Aren’t Forever
  • Beer Labels In Motion
  • Rock Wall T-Rocks - Raising our kids on dinosaurs
  • OLIVE OIL
  • 10 Ancient Uses of Olive Oil
  • Don’t use the extra virgin for cooking
  • Flash thermal conditioning of olive pastes before malaxation: innovation for best quality
  • RANDOM WINE REVIEW OF THE DAY
  • From the Random Wine Review Generator
  • "The 2005 Merlot from Chateau Bogart incorporates bashful halibut elements with a raucous brussels sprout aftertaste."

    August 02, 2013TOP NEWS
  • US Drinkers Divide Even;y Between Beer and Wine as Favorite
  • NYLiquor Authority Approves Limited Availability Advisory
  • Italian & Spanish Sparklers Fizzing in U.S. Market
  • Pot farm pollution: Too dangerous to deal with?
  • NPD: Unit growth slow for U.S. restaurants
  • Restaurant hiring pressure nears pre-recession levels
  • Official touts delivery of wine , spirits to rescue USPS
  • Yamanashi: Japan Gets First AVA
  • WineAmerica Signs Letter to Promote Passage of the Farm Bill
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • OZ: There’s still too much wine
  • Central Coast Veraison: One week ahead of normal
  • Hail destroys 300 hectares (741 ac) in Champagne
  • In Context: Champagne Has 76,000 acres of Vineyards
  • UK: Denbies gears up for first Sauvignon Blanc harvest
  • Mumm Not Alone In Calif Harvest Commencement
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Renteria Wines Buys Brown Ranch Carneros vineyard
  • Frederico New Hess Collection New England RSM
  • Jay Buoncristiani named Krupp Brothers winemaker
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo Courts Europe’s Luxury Drinkers With Yacht Parties
  • Pernod Ricard urges trade to get behind premium sales this Christmas
  • Treasury Wine: Gets "Underperform" from Credit Suisse
  • Pernod urges premium festive focus
  • Gage Roads brewing for Treasury Wine
  • Mumm’s "dark times" a distant memory
  • Diageo rides out Cuervo exit, RTD slide
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • A Look At The Private Equity Behind Bargain Booze
  • Conservation Easements: Legacies By The Acre
  • Learning From Gandolfini’s Estate Plan Disaster
  • INVESTING, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Rudy Kurniawan Has a New Attorney
  • Liv-ex 100 falls 0.45% in July
  • Pavie ’09 Hits Record $4,100
  • Liquid dreams: The Lafite’s of the future?
  • The Benevolent announces three new trustees
  • HEALTH
  • Does Cooking Strip Red Wine’s Benefits?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • What US Latino women really want…from a beverage
  • Consistent ratings drive wine consumers
  • BrewDog founders to front craft beer TV show in US
  • WINE EXEC INTERVIEWS
  • Q&A: Aurelio Montes
  • Bruno Paillard, CEO, Lanson
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • How Color Affects the Perception of Quality in Wine
  • Low alcohol wines - France’s pioneers
  • Just Don’t Mention the Champagne (US)
  • California putting a fresh twist on albariño
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Here’s What Happens When Wine And Geeks Mix
  • Understanding Online’s Reach Potential: A Facebook Case Study
  • Social site-maker RebelMouse locks down a $10M first round of funding
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Making it in the Real World Starts Before Graduation
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • 300 For The Hosemaster
  • Making Book On Napa Valley Iconic Wineries
  • OH CANADA!
  • Celebrated Niagara winemaker joins Niagara College faculty
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CT: Florist pairs wine and bouquets
  • ID: Grant allows Idaho wineries to promote region
  • NY: Design selected for Finger Lakes CC Vit Center
  • TN: Supermarket wine supporters tout new study
  • WA: Wine Leaders Hit Links For Education
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Zapping Pinot Noir In A Microwave: The Way Of The Future?
  • Spray and go--or no go So2?
  • Less paperwork proposed for truckers
  • Emerging Trends In Insect Control
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Competitiveness of European wines to come under scrutiny
  • Pomerol legal battle continues
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: 83% of Kiwi drinkers sip at home
  • NZ: Producer expands into Marlborough
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • French premium winemakers eye China vintage
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 130,000 bottles of wine on the wall, 130,000 ...
  • Wine Jargon: The Wine Making Process
  • Pouring the perfect glass of wine
  • Greek grape porn: ripe Assyrtiko
  • RANDOM WINE REVIEW OF THE DAY
  • From the Random Wine Review Generator
  • "El Burro Winery incorporates ashy sour cream midtones and a grimy papaya bouquet in their 2011 Pinot Noir."

    August 01, 2013TOP NEWS
  • How Many Countries Does Silicon Valley Bank Have Branches In? (Hint: It’s In This Presentation)
  • Two Decades Of US Taste: Yellow Tail Peaks, Malbec Up, France Sinks
  • China Makes First Investment in South African Wine Industry
  • Do You Have A Nuisance Vineyard? These Files Offer A Hint
  • Harlan Estate: What’s Behind Its Five 100-Point Parker Scores?
  • Bait and Switch Booze Costs TGI Friday’s $500K
  • Calif Ag, Tech Push Immigration Reform
  • NOAA Expects Drought To Persist in Texas, Ease in New Mexico
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Early Grape Harvest in Lodi Anticipated
  • Willamette Valley winemakers expect smaller crop, early harvest
  • BC Grape Growers Brace for Syrah Decline
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Report: Carneros Inn for sale, valued at $60 million
  • New Central Coast Custom Winemaking Facility Opens for Vintage 2013
  • Most Californians oppose fracking
  • Controversial spoof videos take Sonoma wine brand online
  • Merryvale Vineyards Appoints New Assistant Winemaker
  • Chalice wine, done Napa style
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Bargain Booze/Conviviality shares leap on London Market debut
  • Q&A: Accolade’s Paul Schaafsma on future trends
  • Constellation’s Rex Goliath On A Tear
  • Diageo desperate to ‘crack code’ for North American beer
  • Diageo: God Bless America
  • INVESTING, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Tips on Identifying Fake Wines
  • Norway to hold first wine auction
  • HEALTH
  • Study: Resveratrol Lessens Exercise Impact, but Wine Is Fine
  • What’s An "Antioxidant"? 92 Percent Of Americans Can’t Tell You
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • 10 Reasons for Wine Lovers To Rise Up Now
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • NJ: New Gallo Rosso bar and restaurant opens (E. & J. Lawsuit To Follow?)
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Trinchero Intros New Female-Targeted Wine Brand
  • TheWineGrabber.com Launches Online Wholesale Wine Ordering Platform for Wineries
  • Small Cognac growers taking wine approach to marketing
  • Cahors Rides Crest of U.S. Malbec Wave
  • UK winemakers need more than a growing UK female customer base to be a success
  • Shirley Temple Whiskey Shots?
  • Blue Moon Tells Beer Snobs to Drink Up and Show Respect: Retail
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Social networks: no manual on what works or not
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Preaching to the choir and looking for agreeing nods from readers
  • Heimoff’s NY Incoherence and Hopes
  • COINCIDENCE?
  • Spanish wines best suited to Chinese palate
  • Chinese authorities destroy over 2,000 bottles of ’poisonous’ Spanish wine
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Malbec, the mandatory wine on every US wine list
  • Are “The Best Italian Wines” the Best We Can Do?
  • Why Vintage Matters More Now Than Ever
  • American Tempranillo: Strong Continuing Improvement
  • Let’s be franc (Cab, that is)
  • How to make a 90-point wine
  • Unclassifiable Bordeaux and White Saint Emilion
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canada hurting itself with protectionist practices in agriculture
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: State agriculture breaks economic records
  • UT: When may diners order a drink ? It depends.
  • WA: WSU research examines Concord grape replant disorder
  • WA: Mentors help Woodinville wine producer
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Vineyard Proximity to Eucalyptus Trees & Sensory Characteristics of Red Wine
  • Conventional grower inherits puncturevine, mites from organic grower
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Bordeaux looks to Poland for wine sales
  • Champagne supplier Pressoirs de France rescued by Cos d’Estournel owner
  • Australian Vintage launches low-alcohol wine in the UK
  • Wine Rack: Spain -- Beyond Rioja and Tempranillo
  • Leading names sign up to sparkling wine symposium
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Navigating changes in global wine distribution
  • OZ: Woolies’ liquor sales top $7 billion
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Don’t Listen To The Snobs: Cook With Cheap Wine
  • 6 Underrated Wines from Top Regions
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Oils ain’t oils – why extra virgin olive oil is so important to Australia
  • RANDOM WINE REVIEW OF THE DAY From the Random Wine Review Generator "A introverted Kool-Aid aroma and viscous oyster elements are mixed in the 2006 Pinot Noir from Nerf Vineyards.."

    July 31, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Diageo annual earnings up 28%
  • China Says EU Wine Probe To Continue
  • =Investing In Farm Tech: Ag’s Silicon Valley Moment?
  • Big Liquor & Wine Corps Fighting For Distribution Changes
  • WA: Liquor Privatization A Year Later
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Copia Reuse Plan In Jeopardy
  • Napa winegrape harvest to begin Thursday
  • Sebastiani’s Krave Makes Forbes Innovative Brands List
  • Former Screaming Eagle co-owner to open Los Olivos hotel & restaurant
  • Lodi’s amazing opportunity for trade with China
  • California Grape Day Is Approaching
  • 10 Warnings For Visitors to Napa Valley
  • There Would Be No Sandhi Without Ex-Screaming Eagle Partner
  • Shannon Ridge Promotes Angie Bigham to VP, Nat’l Sales Mgr
  • COLLECTING, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • First Growths: Lesser Is More
  • Ornellaia Tops $2,000 a Case
  • Differing Views In Piedmont on 2010s: Giacosa & Conterno
  • Top Piedmont Producer Declares 2010 Vintage A No Show
  • Discovering Quality For The Money In Bordeaux
  • HEALTH
  • Hangovers make you stupid
  • Fewer states holding alcohol retailers responsible for illegal service
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Content Marketing Strategy for Wineries
  • What Your Customer Service Can Learn From Comcast’s Epic Fails
  • Pretty restaurants with bad service pour more local wines
  • Marketing agency Groove launches digital sales book
  • Is Your Brand Growing While You’re Sleeping?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The future of journalism lies NOT in ’advertiser-driven content’
  • Seven tips I wish I’d been given when I started out as a wine communicator
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Argentine Winemakers see promising future for Tucumán wines
  • Misunderstood Riesling
  • Traditional fermenting has taken a back seat for a more natural method
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Yikes! Yelp comments can by libelous, says court
  • How Facebook went from sucking at mobile to killing at mobile in 12 short months
  • App helps Central Valley growers manage irrigation water
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Achieve Success On Your Own Terms
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Cold Climate Wine Competition Is Aug. 16
  • IL: Wine production looking good this year thanks to cooler weather
  • KY: Ag chief praises state’s wine industry
  • NY: Merliance Elects Roth, Nappa and Ginsburg as New Officers
  • VA New Enology Team at Virginia Tech
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Cleaning solar panels often not worth the cost
  • Aussie Research for best irrigation practice in dry winters
  • NZ Engineer helps design frost stopper
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • From Cork to Claret: The Irish Wine Connection
  • Champagne to rival Armand de Brignac launched
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Top 10 wines in the Asian media
  • China’s wine boom of little profit to giant pandas and small farmers
  • China’s Thirst For Wine Fuels Fake Wine Boom
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Chile wine, manufacturing slump on lower consumer demand
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What Do You Wish You’d Learned About Wine Sooner?
  • Where Do Champagne Bubbles Come From?
  • Drink wine without opening the bottle
  • Is wine from a cardboard purse a best bet for picnics?
  • OLIVE OIL
  • EU Olive oil consumption forecast to slide 13%
  • An ‘ID’ for Apulian Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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