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January 07, 2015

January 07, 2015

January 06, 2015

January 05, 2015TOP NEWS
  • Drought will cost Calif’s farmers $1.5b
  • One third of wines in clear glass bottles are light damaged
  • Australian wine ‘cheaper than water’
  • Massachusetts Accidentally Deletes State Law Allowing Farm Wineries to Self Distribute
  • Beaujolais Break-up on the Cards
  • The top 8 reasons it makes dollars and sense to move your winery software to the Cloud *Sponsored Link*
  • IN MEMORIAM
  • Volker Eisele, Napa winemaker who led fight for farmland protection, dies at 77
  • Serge Hochar, Producer of Lebanese Wines, Dies at 75
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Phil Burton’s long ride at Barrel Builders
  • Mystery remains on French Laundry wine theft
  • New year will feature new debate on Napa winery development
  • Feds Approve Chumash Camp 4 Plans
  • Grape growers could alleviate Occidental’s wastewater issues
  • Carolyn Stark named executive director of Sonoma County Vintners
  • Scholarships open to California grape workers
  • California’s new laws for 2015: How are you affected?
  • How To Pitch Your Brand In National Restaurant Chains *Sponsored Link*
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • California’s Dust Bowl
  • Californians need a new mindset about water
  • 2014 ends drier than the year before
  • States React to New Era of Water Scarcity
  • January could be key to ending drought
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Illinois Qui Tam Lawsuits: Direct Shipping Implications
  • Something Sneaky Happened On the Way to Direct Wine Shipping in Massachusetts
  • Grow Direct To Consumer Sales *Sponsored Link*
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Marks & Spencer to report Christmas sales slump
  • Simon McMurtrie steps down from Direct Wines
  • Simpson takes top spot at Pol Roger Ltd
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Burgundy Winemakers Buy More of Jura
  • Vineyards a new appeal to rich Chinese
  • Asian buyers push up vineyard prices
  • Are You Really Ready To Pitch A Distributor: Here’s the Checklist *Sponsored Link*
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Drink, don’t hold, fine wine
  • Fine wine prices in 2014: were merchants right?
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 falls 0.03% in December
  • Grange tops Liv-ex 100 in December
  • Higher returns low risks - crucial advantages of investing in fine wine
  • A leading indicator for fine wine
  • Acker to auction Saunier collection
  • HEALTH
  • People Who Don’t Drink Alcohol Are More Likely To Die Young
  • REGULATION & LEGAL MATTERS
  • Trademark: Can a Last Name be Confusingly Similar for a Wine?
  • Is CENTURY Confusingly Similar with SECOLO for Wine?
  • How Dreams and Money Didn’t Mix at a Texas Distillery
  • Tito responds to accusations that vodka not handmade or small batch
  • INDUSTRY DATA & TRENDS
  • China austerity drive to impact until 2017
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Prosecco fizzes through festive season
  • Echo Boomers Drink More Than Any Generation In History
  • An Inside Look At Chandon’s Strategy For Conquering The Millennial Bubbles Market
  • A toast to a good year for sparkling wine
  • How to Make Bordeaux Sexy
  • Restaurants should target specific consumer needs
  • Save time and money - order ProWein 2015 tickets online at reduced rates! *Sponsored Link*
  • WINE CHOICE & RECOMMENDATION
  • No such thing as the “best” wine
  • What drives our wine choice - taste, or the price tag?
  • The Cork Vs. The Screw Cap
  • The Differences Between Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Prosecco: A Fine Sparkling Bargain and Nine Facts
  • Drink Your Dessert
  • Getting into Grower Champagne
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Marriott Says It Only Wants to Block Personal Wi-Fi in Conference, Meeting Spaces
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • “Social media” is an oxymoron that’s here to stay
  • American Workers Still Need Their Email
  • How to effectively use Facebook Insights
  • There Is Still Time to Prepare Your Mobile Marketing Strategy for 2015
  • How to Get More Retweets and Shares from Your Social Media Content
  • 100 Marketing Tactics: Social Media, Content Marketing and Mobile
  • New Year, Old Website?
  • PAYMENTS
  • Bitcoin Is Getting Smoked To Start The New Year
  • IT: INFORMATION [AND] TECHNOLOGY
  • How to Create an Email PowerPoint Presentation for Importers
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Two new employment laws in effect in California
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • 2015 Predictions – The Wild West of Journalism
  • 5 Simple Rules to Handle the Ambush Media Interview
  • How much can I dissolve myself as a wine publicist?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why Technical Data Leads Us Down The Wrong Street
  • Is a Great Wine Palate God Given, Learned or Bought?
  • Bordeaux château to make pure Cab Franc
  • WINE PEOPLE
  • Get To Know Leslie Sbrocco
  • Meet Tim Hanni, Master of Wine
  • A conversation with Kate Messmer
  • Stephen Forward, Essentially Wine
  • Hopes and Fears for 2015: Nick Oakley
  • Marimar Torres: A life in wine
  • 6 Sommeliers to Watch in 2015
  • Interview With One Of The Largest Wine Importers In China
  • WINE PLACES
  • A taste for scandal in Italy’s Tuscany wine region
  • Sauternes: The Strange Case of The Railway Line and The Mist
  • 5 Italian Wine Regions to Watch in 2015
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Virginia becomes the wine center Thos. Jefferson envisioned 200 years ago
  • Washington wine grape growers breaking records
  • Lodi wines compared to Texas wines, hats and cattle
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Chardonnay and Pinot Noir under threat from climate change
  • White wine doesn’t exist
  • Phylloxera: the parasite that changed wine forever
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK: Sparkling wine is top performing grocery category at Christmas
  • UK: Wine sales hit hardest by Scottish multibuy ban
  • English wine sales to hit £100m in 2015
  • Italy’s Wine Production Down 14% After Rainy Summer
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Adelaide Hills farmers defend vineyards from bushfires
  • Earlier grape harvest predicted in Australia
  • Aussie wine industry is entering a fine wine-led recovery
  • Tasmania’s premium sparkling wine sales sparkle
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China’s wine market shows rosy future despite austerity measures
  • Will China Dominate The Wine Industry?
  • China Can’t Get Enough of Black Market Tiger Bone Wine
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina: Malbec wine continues to reign supreme
  • Argentina ready to try new things
  • Argentina: Which is the best selling strategy according to the size of the winery?
  • Chile: Stronger dollar give a boost to wine producers
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Swartland terroir: a quiet South African revolution
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Brewing the “First” Alcoholic Beverage
  • Wine detective finds 100-year-old vintages for buyers on a tight budget
  • Americans Equate Champagne With A Better, More Fulfilling Life
  • Shaken Champagne? Just Give It a Few Minutes
  • The Language of Wine
  • Wine Phrases and What They Mean In Plain English
  • What Would Jesus Drink?
  • On the eve of the Epiphany, water becomes wine
  • Wine Insiders Celebrate The New Year As Homebodies
  • The Emperor in Winter
  • Korbel winemaker lies on TV about Champagne and sparkling wine

  • January 05, 2015

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