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February 01, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Restaurant operators downbeat as sales, traffic soften
  • Imports Gain On Calif 2012 Inventory
  • Constellation Stock Plummets 20% on Beer Woes
  • Strategic sourcing will keep wine execs on their toes
  • Cheap NZ wine starts to run dry
  • FDIC Bans ex-Sonoma Valley Bank officers from banking
  • Immigration reform won’t help labor shortage
  • US Seeks Farmers claiming past USDA bias
  • Labeling Of Allergens Presents Winemakers With A Quandary
  • Questioning the Silence of the Wine Consumer
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Can Sonoma Finally Get Its Act Together?
  • Gallo honored by Fredrikson as Winery of the Year
  • BC Wineries Eye California
  • HEALTH
  • 3 Biggest Wine Health Myths
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Are bottles pricing themselves out of the on-trade market?
  • Wine Consumers Move Up the Price Ladder
  • Wine Pricing Confusion
  • Is Beer the New Wine ?
  • New alcoholic drinks bypass the glass
  • In 2013, who will encourage the US consumption?
  • CONSTELLATION/BUD BEER BREWHAHA
  • Is a Budweiser/Corona merger really bad for America?
  • Today's Constellation Comments on Justice Dept Action
  • Anheuser-Busch InBev Statement Regarding DOJ Action
  • US sues to stop beer deal to unite Bud and Corona
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo to slow down deals – and develop tequila
  • Stalemate over Diageo open offer continues
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Buying Wine on the Web
  • Paul Mabray: This is How I Power My Business
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Trends that weren’t predicted, & predictions that never happened
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Jancis Robinson MW on Bordeaux 2009
  • Organic wines on a roll
  • OH CANADA!
  • Nova Scotia stuffs cork in wine-brewing case
  • NS to pull cork on controversial brew-your-own booze restrictions
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MS: Liquor and wine legal, not yet available in Corinth
  • TN: Renewed push for wine-in-groceries underway
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • French frenzy over Kiwi's Flying Mouton
  • Mrs Kathryn Baile to buy the assets of Simon Baile's ExCellar Ltd?
  • Price gap between own label and branded wines to narrow
  • UK Retailers urged to push Australian sparkling
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • OZ: Lucky escape for vineyard
  • 2012 Wine import via Guangdong ports rises i
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Chile’s Luis Felipe Edwards Wines continues to invest extensively
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • It's wrong to boycott SAfrican wine & won't help farmworkers
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Lebanese wine exports reach new high
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Why Zinfandel Is Just Like Betty White
  • The Super Bowl drinks score? Beer 42 – Wine 32
  • Wine Literature Review Lightning Round
  • Massolino: "Family-style" Barolos

  • January 31, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Gallo, Constellation Lauded For Promoting Brand Over Region
  • U.S. wine shipments up 2% in 2012
  • French Appellation Begins Law Suit Against U.S. Producer
  • WineAmerica Taps Chandler As New Exec Director
  • Vineyard plan opens door for industry investment
  • San Joaquin wine market is strong
  • PA: Sell state liquor stores, use proceeds for schools
  • Naples wine auction down one third
  • Chilly Times For Champagne As Consumers Cut Spending
  • IMPORTS, GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Record California Wine Crop 'a Blessing'
  • Supply shortages demand structural change
  • Portugese wine exports to U.S. Up 15%
  • Spain’s Gonzalez-Byass Sees U.S. Opportunity
  • NZ: Wine harvest set to be a corker
  • Bladders Become New Normal for Wine Exports
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Million-dollar gift to Fresno State wine-making program
  • Lodi Winegrowers Raise Bar On Certification
  • 3 SLO County residents accepted to California Agricultural Leadership Program
  • Winery planned for renovated Hemet house
  • Walnut boom causes nursery shortages
  • Public debate called on churches in Temecula Wine Country
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo boosted by ‘faster growing markets’
  • Diageo shares down 1.6 pct reports H1 results
  • New High for Constellation
  • Diageo faces struggle to make United Spirits pay
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • More Bad News for Rudy Kurniawan
  • HEALTH
  • College Freshmen Drinking Less, Survey Finds
  • Wines Least Likely to Give You a Hangover
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wine on the Rise
  • Pernod Ricard designs tough wine label for US
  • Grower Cognac
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • 5 things Diageo learned from using QR codes to personalise bottles
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Managing food recalls: a manufacturer’s guide
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine pairing is a delusional fraud: Hanni
  • Parker makes it into Vintners Hall of Fame
  • Sugar key to Champagne quality
  • OH CANADA!
  • Rise of quality wines from Canada
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Ceretto family hires new US importer Winebow
  • NY: Restaurants Sue Storage Facility in Hurricane Limbo
  • OH: Grape Growers To Meet In Feb.
  • PA: Corbett liquor system idea sure to make someone pop a cork
  • TN: Renewed wine-in-groceries push begins today
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Russia Silences Wine Advertising
  • Michael Symington: a tribute
  • ExCellar Ltd in administration – a few more details emerging
  • ExCellar Ltd: why Simon bailed out of the Paris shop
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Export wine growth is slowing
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • France leads in wine export to China in 2012
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Cork King Antonio Amorim Reflects On Life, Death And Closures
  • MORE MEANINGLESS WANDERING FROM SOUTHERN
  • Banfi Aligns and Consolidates Portfolio with Southern Wine & Spirits Across Eleven States
  • That headline sayS nothing. "Align?" Really? That means what? An actual professional (someone trained to spot the pony in the pile) wrote the following headline:
  • Banfi Taps Southern As Exclusive Distributor In 11 States

  • January 30, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Unified Symposium: Globalization Drives Bulk Wine Market
  • Economist blasts cost-benefit analysis plans for Calif Delta tunnels
  • NW Winemakers Hope To Entice China's Emerging Middle Class
  • Glazer’s, Charmer, Wirtz To Explore Back-OfficeDeal
  • Wine consumption growing each year
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Case Study Presentation from The DTCWS
  • DtC at the State Level
  • PA: Corbett plan said to include wine , liquor, beer
  • HEALTH
  • Wine Is Healthier Than Coke
  • TV Liquor Ads May Promote Drinking in Young Teens: Study
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • When family winemakers go corporate
  • Darryl Miller & Forrest Tancer Launch Forte47
  • J. Lohr Names Rhonda Motil Sr Marketing Dir
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Acker Merrall auction tops HK$52 million
  • 2010 Bordeaux: Quest for Values
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Estimating the price of a bottle using its descriptors
  • The false consensus effect in wine (diversity is the spice of wine...)
  • Supermarket Wine Surprises
  • Is 'blend' a dirty word?
  • In Tuscany grows a grape that is unfairly maligned
  • OH CANADA!
  • Mild winter delays ice wine harvest, but results could be "fantastic"
  • Law pits small businesses against Nova Scotia Liquor Corp.
  • Donald Triggs launches Culmina Family Estate Winery
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • How to expand overseas
  • Can Facebook's Graph Search overtake yelp?
  • Champagne’s top names on sale via NRA
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • TN: Pro-liquor PAC's playing role in wine bill
  • TX: Wine Industry Pioneer Robert Reed dies
  • WI: Volenberg honored by industry group
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Sustainable Viticulture - Vine Health Made Simple
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK's ExCellar in administration
  • 'Retail genius' Simon Baile in administration again
  • Stop That Train! Save Lugana Wine
  • Rioja explores en primeur
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Dollar making it hard for sparkling wine producers
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Kosher wine
  • Neal Martin’s Most Intimate Guide to Pomerol
  • On Launching Ships with Bottles of Champagne: An Infographic
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Remember, it has two Ms … like dummy!

  • January 29, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Allied Grape Growers Reports On Calif's Record 2012 Crush (.pdf)
  • Central Valley irrigation helps rainfall in Southwest
  • Immigration Framework Offers Ag Provisions
  • Argentine winery to bottle in California
  • Casella dismisses reports of financial difficulties
  • First Strikes, Now Fires Threaten S. Africa's Wine
  • Laird Family Estate Buys Silverado Hill Winery
  • DFV Wines' Top Five Labels Surged In 2012
  • China's thirst for Australian wines golden: for now
  • France And Spain Set To Benefit From Rising U.S. Wine Intake
  • Why Monterey Beat Napa as Calif's Top Wine Destination
  • Risk brings sweet reward for ice wine makers
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa Winery expansion plans unsettle grower-winery relations
  • Alleged tastings get Patland winery in hot water
  • California Sees World's First Wireless Winery
  • Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty Invites Blog Readers To Reception at Unified
  • Amorim opens Napa sales and distribution center
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Is Burgundy The Only Region Making Great Pinot Noir?
  • Israel should focus on Syrah
  • New critical alternative: In Pursuit of Balance wines
  • New smoke taint test developed
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC premier seeking new Ontario wine regulations
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Question time for Diageo chief after failed tequila talks
  • Chinese New Year Sales Boom for Legacy
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • The Liv-ex 50 by currency
  • Mouton-Rothschild 2003 Reaches $5,180 Nine-Month High on Liv-ex
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • Two Sisters Battle Winery-Brewery Law in Arizona
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Winemakers stop supplying NRA club in latest of business withdrawals
  • ProWein Courts U.S Visitors
  • MISC
  • Winery start-ups, Mega Purple, beer-wine hybrids
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NM: Winery owner, facing collection on Lubbock debt, files for bankruptcy
  • NY: Grape Growers To Gather For Viticulture 2013
  • TN: Rural counties slow wine bill
  • TN: The Wine In Grocery Stores Campaign
  • WA: Construction begins on wine center in Prosser
  • WA: Red Mountain property owners ready to bring Yakima River water to grapes
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Is Soil Dryness Responsible for Early Grape Ripening in Australia?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Budget cuts force Dijon to sell wine collection
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Tastings in China reveal shared beauties of tea and wine
  • Wine making takes root in long-isolated Myanmar
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Why don't they open the wine I brought?
  • The Ten Wives of Ed Burger—A Vineyard Fable
  • In Clothing Or Wine, Here Come The Women
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Is olive oil necessary/important to consume?
  • Olive Oil Source Expands Club Member Program
  • Celebrate the Olive, Sonoma's Second Largest Crop

  • January 28, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Casella Wines moves towards debt restructure
  • Wanted: the USA's Missing Wine Drinkers
  • Looking For Logic: Cigarettes, Lot18, Fred Franzia & Wine Inventory
  • Parallels in the California and Australian Wine Industries
  • SSU economic outlook conference to he held at Green Center
  • China to be No. 1 market for WSET students in 2013
  • Wines of South Africa protests Guardian 'boycott' poll
  • Clean-food movement attracts investors
  • Riondo Continues Rapid US Growth In U.S.
  • Enoitalia Launches US Wine Importer, Enovation Brands
  • Calif Vintners Reach Out To China with Virtual Tasting
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Woe Is Sonoma Valley—For It Is Within the County
  • Wine Drinkers Know Bugger-All About Sonoma
  • Sonoma Vly: Mountain Terraces Vineyard Sold
  • Wine studies grow at Napa Valley College
  • John Parducci celebrates his 95th birthday
  • Winemaker Debuts at SLO's San-Juliette
  • HEALTH
  • Is alcohol a fatburner?
  • Wineries Offered Responsible Alcohol Training From WineAmerica
  • Countries disagree on safe drinking advice
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Apple Eats Up Blackberry In Wine Sites' User Data
  • A Somm's thoughts On TastingRoom.com
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Five Bottles: A New Old Way to Evaluate Wine
  • Why do most restaurants serve sucky wine?
  • The somm’s evolving role in today’s modern restaurant
  • What Do Wine Consultants Do, Exactly?
  • Slow Food Needs Slow Wine
  • Wine Pairings for Girl Scout Cookies: Samoas & Port?
  • 100-year-old winemaking modernises Aussie industry
  • A Year in the Life of a Professional Wine Drinker
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo’s Indian deal hits delay but African venture advances
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex: Mouton 2003 creeps back up
  • 2008 Bordeaux revisited
  • Should You Buy the Bordeaux 2010 Winemakers Prefer Most?
  • OH CANADA!
  • Free the Sheep!
  • BC winery recognized for best white wine in Canada
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Les Terroiristes du Languedoc – world première
  • New York Library Seeks Volunteers To Decode Wine Lists And Menus
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CO: Mega-Retailer Daveco For Sale
  • FL: Total Wine brings competition to Brevard
  • ND: Grape growers, wine makers invited to conference
  • NY: Ontario County ready to build Finger Lakes Viticulture Center
  • NY: Recognizing Wine Country Restaurants That Support Local Wine
  • TN: Give Stores Time To Adjust To Wine Bill
  • TX: Growing Texas wine industry spills over into local economy
  • WA: Wine-tasting could expand to more farmers markets
  • WA: More local groceries offering popular wine tastings
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Return on Involvement – The new ROI
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Global Discussion On Vineyard Trunk Diseases
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Has Italian Wine Been Hijacked Angry White Men?
  • Horizons reports UK Christmas dining-out decline
  • Vranken-Pommery sales fall
  • Wine regions miss out on UNESCO status
  • Bordeaux's New Wine Center Begins To Take Shape
  • About 3.3 billion rubles to be spent for the viticulture development in Dagestan
  • Italian Merlots: Tenuta dell'Ornellaia's Masseto
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Gov't, wine industry jointly target China with training program
  • OZ: NSW wine research set for an overhaul
  • OZ: Wine visionary continues to pour in the hard work
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Time to open up to trade, EU tells Argentina, Brazil
  • What are the 20 Argentine wines conquering China?
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South African harvest 'all calm', report wineries
  • Boycott poll ‘inappropriate’ and ‘damaging’
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Everything you need to know about cheap wine
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Details Emerge of Europe’s Crackdown on Olive Oil Fraud
  • Olive Extract Jeans Said to Moisturize Legs
  • Manzanilla Cacereña
  • TRITE, MEANINGLESS HEADLINE
  • BinWise, Inc. Launches New Product for Restaurant Group Owners And Operators - New product? What is it? Why should anyone care? What does it do? What benefits? The lead sentence of the release is just as bad.
  • OKAY HEADLINE, BUT BETTER WITHOUT THE USUAL EGO TRIP
  • WineAmerica Partners with TIPS to Bring Responsible Alcohol Training to Wineries - The compulsion to list all of the parties involved first, buries the real news. Benefits and other "why should I care?" elements should always come first. The name of your organization or company may be the most important thing to you, but ... SURPRISE! ... it won't be to most readers. Even better: "Wineries Offered Responsible Alcohol Training From WineAmerica." This puts the benefits and beneficiaries first.

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