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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.

  • January 25, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Pressing times push Aussies into US wine market
  • Direct sales of wine rise 10 percent last year
  • US consumers 'confused' by multiple Sonoma AVAs
  • Craft beer becoming alternative to wine at the dinner table
  • Lot18 Picks Up Pieces Of TastingRoom.Com
  • Why growth in bulk wine will boost branded wine
  • Duckhorn asks N.Y. winery to modify label and sales
  • Eastern Promise: east coast US wines
  • South Africa's Wrong Vintage
  • Vilsack lays out farm bill wish list
  • Sandy Saga: Fedways Perfect Storm
  • Mexico wine consumption set to treble by 2020
  • Here's How Much China Appreciates French Wine
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Top California Winegrower Recognized
  • Drake honored by wine grape growers group
  • New wine group gaining steam in Mendocino County
  • Urban wineries are pouring into San Francisco.
  • Sonoma County distillers seek to end anti-tasting law
  • Is peace possible in Delta water wars?
  • HEALTH
  • Mediterranean diet may not protect the aging brain: study
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Q&A on oxygen and wine shipping and bottling
  • Argentina focusing on more subtle styles
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: Wine industry's growth slows in face of 'fierce' international competition
  • Canucks owner can keep wine in divorce
  • ACADEMIA
  • CA: Wine studies grow at Napa Valley College
  • NY: Geneva Viticulture Center Funded
  • WA: Updated Lab Manual for Winemakers Now Available
  • WA: Chelan Wine Tour Offers Continuing Education for Grape Growers and Winemakers
  • WA: Vine to Wine Workshop Teaches Business, Production Techniques
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Interview: G. Garvin Brown IV, chairman of Brown-Forman
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Le Pin 2007 Pomerol Rises 12% to Record $17,700 on Liv-ex Market
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Marketing constantly reinvents itself and has more and more strings attached
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Want to be part of a book deal?
  • The Wine Writer Classification of 2013
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MO: Has the drought hurt the wine business?
  • MD: Wine shop owners say proposed rezoning is overkill
  • OR: Liquor privatization issue still percolating
  • WA: The Californians are coming! The Californians are coming!
  • WA: More stores offering popular wine tastings
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Portugal wine production up by 9 percent in 2012
  • Sweden's Expanding Vineyards
  • Half of UK high street retailers plan spring staff cuts
  • 'Morphing' wine regulations scare Russian importers
  • English wine experts question need for regionality
  • Russia may lift ban on bottled wine from Georgia
  • Bergerac short crop provides welcome boost to prices
  • 2012 the year Champagne will want to forget
  • Portuguese wine makes a comeback, demand increases in Asia
  • Slovenia's Ancient Hills, Lush Once More
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Yalumba pulls its wines from NRA Wine Club
  • OZ: Wine industry calling on Aussies to be patriotic this Australia Day
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Hike in VAT, excise leaves Indian wine industry high and dry
  • Wine World Shanghai 2013 - Reinvent The Classics...
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Luis Felipe Edwards buys 700ha in Colchagua
  • World leaders treated to wine, salmon and glowing statistics as Chile hosts summit
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Ice-Wine Harvest in Pictures
  • Dead Of Winter: Sonoma
  • Reading between the Wines; by Terry Theise
  • Guy Fieri's Big Gulp
  • Wine Bar Rules
  • Uncorked: Ordering wine
  • OLIVE OIL
  • China: An Olive Oil Superpower?

  • January 24, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Global Wine Market Driven by U.S., China
  • Treasury takeover bid speculation persists
  • Sonoma Coast Gap's Crown Vineyard Sold
  • Wine Market Council Off Mark On Moscato?
  • Are Dec Retail Sales Reall The Worst in 20 Years?
  • SAfrican Unions Call For Wine, Fruit Boycott
  • Bacchus Capital Invests in Maritime Wine
  • China Bulk Wine Imports: Spain vs Chile
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Mendo grape growers report spectacular year
  • Napa Valley Vintners Elects New Board
  • Truckee River Winery - the Highest and Coldest Winery in California
  • Livermore vintners rave about Tempranillo
  • Vintners release 'Napa Valley Rocks' DVD series
  • The bare vine season
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Brown-Forman to Prepay 2014 Notes
  • Diageo -United Spirits deal clearance 'work in progress': CCI
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • $2M wine collection bottled up by Sandy
  • Fine Bordeaux tender opens
  • Liv-ex Power 100
  • Liv-ex: Divergent fortunes for Right Bank 50
  • Fine wine market continues recovery in December
  • A Guide to Whittling Down Your Fine-Wine Collection
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Going regional as key to increased quality perception
  • Unified Symposium: Globalization, State of the Industry and Book Signing
  • Anthony J. Hawkins and the Wine Grape Glossary
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine and the Feminine Esthetic
  • Reports Of Napas Vintage From Hell Might Be Overblown
  • How come you never say that a wine tastes like grapes?
  • The science of good taste
  • Better Identification Of Smoke Taint
  • Glutathione, the secret to fruity wines (or one of them, anyway)
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Diners switch from wine bottles to glasses, entrees to appetizers
  • 8 Drinking Trends To Look Forward To In 2013
  • U.S. Consumers Want What They Know
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • The Wine Enthusiast's Guide To Tasting SEO Success
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • What motivates workers to stay with companies?
  • Filing Period for H-1B Visas to Open April 1st
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Wineries Push for Growlers
  • NY: Finger Lakes Viticulture Center awarded $3.256M
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Whole Foods Founder Says Global Warming Not that Big a Deal
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Disease-Resistant Grapes Key To Green Wine
  • Agilent Technologies Finds New Cork-Taint Detection Method
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Urban development threatens Dantes wine region
  • Cellar Trends reports positive results from Drinkaware campaign
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Plant syrah, says Oz Clarke
  • OZ: Smoke taint concerns as fires continue to burn
  • NZ: Some thoughts on Central Otago and the sense of place in wine
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina consolidates its exports in the Ultra Premium segment
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Unions plan more strikes
  • Strike a balance to save the wine industry
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Toys R Us for wine lovers
  • This Instant Wine Chiller Will Cool Whites Without Watering Them Down
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Argentina: love thy olive oil (please)
  • Olive Oil, Other Food fraud reports rising, group says

  • January 23, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Shopper Sentiment Dips to Lowest Point in a Year
  • FTC taking aim at online alcohol marketing
  • Red Hills Vineyard Fire in Lake County Contained
  • China Wine Imports Cool Off: Sobering Customs Stats
  • Who Consumes the Most Wine? It Depends on How You Count
  • Sales: Wine List Placement As Vital As Shelf Position
  • Westland's $1 billion claim against US rejected
  • S Africa farm strike called off pending wage review
  • Private banking's new play: schmoozing with the Rothschilds
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Trinchero Links Wash & NY winemakers
  • Neighbor' plan could solve winery issues
  • Wine Diversity Is Californias Calling Card
  • Pomar Junction Winery Doubles Acreage
  • New Sonoma Valley Promo Campaign Launched
  • Anani Lawson a big score for Enotria
  • The Other Guys Sales Jump
  • Calif Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance Progress report
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Beam sells off value brands
  • Brown-Forman Declares Cash Dividend
  • Legacy Wine & Spirits Getting the Pump Treatment
  • Zacks Raises Constellation Brands to Outperform
  • SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE HARVEST
  • NZ: Grape harvest best for years
  • OZ: Positives seen in falling wine grape yields
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian wine consumption Rising 3X Faster Than Global Average
  • Per Capita Wine consumption grows in Canada
  • BC Restauraunteur Says Wine Law Working
  • Future of BC winery destroyed in fire uncertain
  • BREWS NEWS
  • Brewers See Opportunity In Beer-Wine Hybrids
  • Worlds Top 5 brewers turn screw on local players
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Ackers Hong Kong auction has lots from mystery men
  • Bordeaux to bounce back in 2013
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol intake disrupts normal sleep
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Big News Tells Big Truths About the Alcohol Industry
  • Is the bloom off the user review site?
  • We will not see another dominant critic like Parker
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Trumping Guidelines
  • The Marriage Of Scotch & Red Wine
  • Is This Really a Golden Age for Wine?
  • ICE WINE
  • OH: Bitter cold perfect for harvesting ice wine grapes
  • Braving the cold in the name of icewine
  • Frozen grapes gathered under stars make Canada's ice wine
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Using Scarcity Tactics Effectively
  • Women, Wine and the NRA
  • Brand Familiarity Reigns King Around the World
  • Brand is vital in world of wine
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Social media is not your saving grace
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Cranky Recruiter: Show Your Strengths
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION & COMPLIANCE
  • What to Look for in Wine Compliance in the Coming Year
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: Sisters fighting law to open winery-brewery
  • CO: VinCO comes into its own in 2013
  • NC: Viticulture focus of conference
  • VA: Lost Creek Winery Sold For $2.3 Million
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Aussie Growers to face simulated phylloxera outbreak
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Short hop from the vineyard to world of beer brewing
  • Russian Wine Consumption Set For Double-Digit Growth
  • Rothschild tie-in fuels Craggy Range expansion
  • Sichel has 2nd Best Year In Its History
  • Brussels makes vine planting rights recommendation
  • Globalization to thank for venerable French wine
  • Former Bollinger staff take up new roles
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Supermarkets look to snap up Ultimo Wine Centre
  • OZ: Margaret River bolsters export figures
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Legacy Discusses Strategy for 2013 China Wine Market
  • Chinas Second Tier Cities Switch On to Wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Opening a beer with a chainsaw
  • The Sucess of Chapoutier: History and Terroir
  • Wine choices: Are they an illusion?
  • Why does a wine need decanting?
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive Oil Healthier and Tastier for Frying
  • Council Recognizes Chilean Tasting Panel
  • Australia Leads New Push to Raise Campesterol Limit for Olive Oil
  • TOTALLY REDUNDANT, BORING HEADLINE HIDES ACTUAL NEWS
  • California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance (CSWA) Releases 2012 Progress Report, Third Edition Sustainable Winegrowing Workbook...
  • REAL NEWS HIDDEN INSIDE
  • We're No. 5: Study ranks future Canadian wine consumption behind China, the U.S., Russia and Germany

  • January 22, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Champagne market woes far from over in 2013
  • Treasury Wines denies sale rumours
  • On-Premise wine consumers traded down from bottles to glasses in 2012
  • Development Threatens Calif Farms & Ag Economy
  • Big Consumer Booze Battles Coming in 2013
  • Employers Social Media Policies Come Under Regulatory Scrutiny
  • Can fracking kill livestock, family pets?
  • South Australia wine industry withers on the vine
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • SD: Bill seeks looser wine shipper law
  • PLCB's Sultan of Syrah Surrenders Silently
  • Give Canadian drinkers & industry more choice
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Santa Barbara vintners association head leaving
  • Wine pairing pioneer Shirley Sarvis dies
  • Vulgarian to vintner
  • New curriculum aimed at agriculture
  • Lone Buffalo Vineyards Builds New Winery
  • The Role Of Immigrants In California's Wine Heritage
  • Rich Frank's Champagne Tastes
  • HEALTH
  • Aussie hopes for wine with more health benefits
  • Alcohol, ovarian cancer links inconsistent
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • United Spirits deal with Diageo on track
  • SABMiller, Diageo weigh on beverages sector
  • Nomura Gives Neutral Rating to Pernod Ricard
  • CEDC Board of Directors appoints Ryan Lee as CFO
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex: Spotlight on Screaming Eagle
  • Bordeaux 2010: Price Is Always A Consideration
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Don't judge wines on taste but what they mean to consumers
  • Superbrett: A wine horror story
  • Busting the Big Tank Myth: Durbanville Hills
  • Sydney launches first 'natural' wine fair
  • 4 Wine Traditions That Need To Die
  • The meaning of Joseph's Law
  • OH CANADA!
  • Niagra Winery signs deal to open wine stores in China
  • Can Ontario Produce Red Wine Well?
  • Canadian Beer, Wine Sales Up
  • Inniskillin Wines Icewine Harvest 2012
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Creating Trust Using Allocations Effectively
  • Wineries may have tough time raising prices
  • Americans Drinking More, "Better" Wines
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Job Seekers Beware: Identity Theft
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Havent I read that before?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NJ: Wine retail chain moves online, needs supplier help
  • NY: Finger Lakes Wine Pioneer Dies
  • NY: JCC updates agreement with Cornell University
  • NY: Kontokosta Winery, tasting room to open on LI Sound
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Micro-Oxygenation Effects On Consumer Preferences
  • A-Minus Mark For Oregon In Invasive Species Fight
  • Honey bee losses defy solitary explanations
  • Wine Laboratory Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • Opportunity to put confusion behind in GM Ag debate
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Discounting leads to sales spike at Asda
  • Greener way to French wine
  • German retailers call on EU to protect 'Rotspon'
  • Port shipments to UK increase by 6%
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Hunter wineries calling for protection from drilling
  • NZ: Vineyards stumped by ryegrass
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Imported Wine Exhibition & Trade Centre opens in Yan Tai
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Workers to return to farms: union
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Washington Wine Country Map
  • Inaugural wine fit for a president and the people
  • Burgundy: the wine that makes grown men cry

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