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November 20, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Fresno-Area farm program challenge goes to US Supreme Ct
  • China Trade Org Says Plasticizers in All Its Wines
  • Napa and Sonoma Give Harvest A Wow!
  • Confidence in US Economy Recedes Post Election
  • Western Cape Vineyards Calm, Strike Death Toll: 2
  • Is Wine Sinophobia Overblown?
  • Are these high liquor prices what was promised by Initiative 1183?
  • WSWA's open letter to Wine Industry Insight Subscribers
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Moon Mountain on course for AVA status
  • WiVi Central Coast 2013 - New vit/eno trade show
  • Cobb Wines, Sonoma Coast, CA: Two Vineyards, Four Vintages
  • Wine officials raise concerns over Napa county's climate plan
  • Wine mag names Joseph Gallo person of the year
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • More young people abstaining from alcohol
  • A Daily Glass of Wine Is Okay during Pregnancy
  • Fermented foods bubble with healthful benefits
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Poor grape harvest to raise wine prices, Majestic fears
  • Harvest report: Muscadet 'superb keeping potential'
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Holiday wine trends 2012
  • Redefining the Modern Wine Experience
  • Shelf life is not an issue for wine can consumers
  • Breaking Up is Hard to Do
  • Thanksgiving Leftovers: Black Friday Wine
  • New York Wines in China: Final Thoughts
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What's the point of food and wine matching?
  • Food and wine matching focus for new boot-camp
  • The Waning Of The Wine Critic?
  • Winebeer, what a mix!
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Charlie Trotter’s incomplete wine cellar nets $1.9+ mil on its first day
  • 2005 first growths hit five year low
  • First Growth 05s approach five year lows
  • Chateau Haut Brion 1989 reaches HK$122,000 at Zachys
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MO: MU wine-research specialist dies in crash
  • OK: Liquor store numbers continue to rise in state
  • TX: The Texas Winemaker who hired himself
  • VA: Winery Makes Comeback Under New Ownership
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • CEDC releases Q3 2012 Results, Restates Q2
  • CEDC Sees Improvement, Russian Standard Alliance Kaput
  • Brown-Forman Promotes Brian Fitzgerald
  • Brown-Forman Receives Perfect Score For 2013 Corporate Equality Index
  • EUROPE
  • The Battle for Austerlitz . . . in Saint Emilion
  • Etna: wines from the volcano
  • Wine from Jordan and Turkey
  • New generation boosts Loire’s fortunes
  • THE UK
  • Microbrewery bubble will soon burst, warns brewer
  • Indian wines star in UK press
  • Strong UK sales for Changyu's Jiebaina wine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Champagne tastes tipped to revive domestic wine fortunes
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Origin Wine launches new Fairtrade project
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Airline pilot de-ices wings with whisky
  • Jefferson's wine dream fulfilled, part 2
  • Exhibition Tells the Rothschild Story
  • Space Wine: The Next Frontier
  • 4 Tricks To ‘Superieur’ Cheap Bordeaux Wine
  • The President's Leftist Italian Leanings
  • There's One Thing You Left Out
  • OLIVE OIL
  • An Ancient Olive Grove in Old Calabria
  • European Olive Oil Producers Back More Testing

  • November 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Diageo's $2.1 Billion Deal Signals More Consolidation On The Way
  • Estate Taxes Still Top-Of-Mind For Ag Groups
  • Judge backs Calif's high-speed rail over Central Valley farmers
  • Diageo Wine Estates president headlines SJV grower forum
  • South African Wine Heartland Hit By Looting
  • Programs match fledgling farmers, landowners
  • Obama gives Boehner a birthday Brunello
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • George Barnwell, Sonoma RRV Grower, Journalist Dies
  • Can Randall Grahm Escape Randall Grahm?
  • Santa Cruz Winery Group Picks Director
  • China wine fund eyes California targets
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Fresno State Winery celebrates first harvest
  • Malartic Lagraviere, Bordeaux Harvest
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Lafite 1982 Leads Sotheby's Wine Sale With Romanee-Conti
  • Majestic Wine first-half profit rises
  • Burgundy tries to avoid 'Bordeaux example' as Asian buyers flock to Beaune
  • White Bordeaux and Burgundy shine at auctions
  • Asian buyers help Hospices to record sales
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Take wine off the hospital menu
  • Alcohol seen as major crime factor
  • MANAGEMENT
  • What do Harley-Davidson and Wine have in common?
  • Congratulations, You’re A Winery. Now What?
  • Growing Your Own Grapes Isn't the Only Way
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • 10 Ways to Give Thanks for Customers
  • When a Château is not a Château?
  • Taking Control in the Unlicensed Marketplace
  • Asian-American Consumer Base Has Tremendous Buying Power
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • EWBC: Reflecting on Georgia
  • Chateau Chunder reviewed
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Virginia Norton Gets Some Respect
  • What is this wine doing?
  • On teaching wine appreciation in China for 10+ years
  • The Pungent Problem Of Eucalypt In Wines
  • EUROPE
  • French see red over Chinese wine grab
  • Vinexpo 2013 to take place from June 16-20
  • Making a small fortune in Montalcino
  • Russian airlines to ban vodka on flights
  • THE UK
  • New Thierry's owner moves to reassure wine suppliers
  • New London shop stocks $15 million of wine
  • Own-label wine sales flat
  • UK teens ‘most likely to get drunk’
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Retailers offering too much wine: Diageo
  • OZ: Aussie vines reach 165-year milestone
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • New wine show math in Shanghai: ProWein + FHC China = ProWine China
  • More Chinese wine producers will use screw caps instead of corks
  • Parker in Peking flashback: The man, the visit, the poster…
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine at America’s Table
  • OLIVES
  • Spain Predicts 58% Slump in Olive-Oil Output
  • Healthy But Overlooked Compounds in Olive Oil
  • Penryn grower puts olive oil to the test
  • Valencian Company Wins Contract to Promote Olive Oil in Brazil
  • Harvesting olives at the Oregon Olive Mill

  • November 16, 2012TOP NEWS
  • California welcomes bumper crop
  • Jackson Family Buys Saralee's Vineyard & Richard's Grove
  • WSWA Millions Buy 95% Success Rate in Elections
  • Top 5 Most Effective Alcohol Advertisers
  • Now You Can Buy Booze On Facebook
  • Doubts linger over USL- Diageo deal structure
  • US/EU Trade Deal Should Have Ag Focus
  • DtC Wine Shipments on Record Pace
  • Osawa wins labeling battle against Mouton Rothschild
  • W Cape farmworkers join SAfrican wine strikes
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Fracking Endorsement Overlooks Impacts
  • Ravenswood founder predicts strong future for Calif wine
  • Napa takes Wappo fight to Washington
  • Total Wine & More adding Folsom store
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Vintage Report: United States
  • Harvest news - sustainable irrigation system aids Treasury vintage
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Brown-Forman Increases Cash Dividend 9.3%
  • Charlie Trotter's Wine Still Missing
  • Liv-ex: Record risers
  • Christie's reaps $1.9m in London wine auction
  • OMG! TRAVAILS OF THE 1%
  • Monte Paschi Investors Denied Vintage Wine at Oldest Bank
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Mass. honors coalition that pushed alcohol ad ban
  • Experts debate reducing alcohol in wine
  • 80% of pregnant Aussie women drink moderately
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • For Wine, Amazon.com Has Some Work To Do
  • Rage Against the Enomatic Wine-Dispensing Machine
  • Braille Wine Labels
  • Empathy: The Lifeblood of Effective Marketing and Advertising
  • Temple to Fine Wine
  • Snipp, eWinery & Nxt-Wine Sign Cross Marketing Deal
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The wine writer is dead
  • European Wine Bloggers' Conference 2012: The review
  • #EWBC: Gabriella Opaz's closing ceremony for trip to Georgia
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Cork: equal time in the closure wars
  • VIDEO: Gerard Basset on the role of a sommelier
  • Issues With Regional Wine Week a& Spectator's Top 100
  • A Quick Soiree with Andrew Lazorchak.
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Drink Local Wine 2013 set for Maryland
  • IA: Law change boosts booze sales
  • MD: Distillers Report Alcohol Tax Increase Hurt Retailer Performance
  • ACADEMIA
  • Six Pack of WSU Students Team Up to Make Premium Wines
  • EUROPE
  • Russia may lift embargo on Georgian wine
  • Beaujolais parties on, despite cash flow concerns
  • Of Turkish Wine and Backward Logic
  • Moët et Chandon unveils new winery
  • Up to producers to promote Portugal
  • Centre-Loire recoups losses due to global recession
  • Hungary fails to prevent use of Tokaj name by Slovakia
  • Nouveau still an important component of the Beaujolais' economy
  • Burgundy: growers triumph over challenging vintage
  • THE UK
  • UK winery taps into China craft beer trend
  • Hotel du Vin group to call in administrators
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Winery focus on new beginnings
  • NZ: Settlement in Gravitas case
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Prowine China to be "leading wine fair"
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South African Vineyard Strike "Unprecedented"
  • Smaller wine farms ‘struggling to survive’
  • Bulk wine shipments impacting on local wine industry
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Corkscrew with an Integral Intelligent Thermometer
  • Everything about Beaujolais and Beaujolais Nouveau.
  • Beaujolais Nouveau French Wine Fans Take Red Wine Baths
  • OLIVES
  • Shops mislabelled 'olive oil', says Hong Kong watchdog
  • Mediterranean Diet With Olive Oil Protects Bones
  • Quality is Key for Uruguay’s Growing Olive Oil Sector
  • OZ: Coles to comply with olive oil standards
  • Turkish company to bottle olive oil in Belarus

  • November 15, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Stark v Diageo Trademark Case: Goliath Mostly Wins … For Now
  • Calif 2012: plenty of high-quality grapes
  • Christopher Creek Winery Sold
  • Prosecco Growth Just Scratching The Surface
  • Top-end bubbly hits all-time high
  • One Dead in S.A. Vineyard Workers' Strike
  • The Declining Significance of Wine Tastings
  • No Nouveau For Beaujolais Nouveau day
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Hooked on Frack?
  • Calera: 35 Years of Pinot Prominence
  • Trione Winery a family affair
  • The Learjet set is buzzing about this new winery
  • Ben Flajnik: Returning to Reality TV
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Beaujolais Nouveau marred by bad harvest
  • Beaujolais Winemakers in No Mood to Party
  • Burgundy 2012 - a difficult birth
  • First Vintage For de Pressac as Grand Cru Classe
  • 2012 Clos Dubreuil Bordeaux Harvest Favors Merlot
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Drinking one small glass of wine a week can lower child’s IQ
  • Industry giants dismantling alcohol regs to make U.S. like booze-soaked Britain
  • Low-alcohol wines begin to boom
  • HEALTH, PART 2: DRINK AND GET FAT
  • Calories from alcoholic beverages add up
  • Booze calories nearly equal soda’s for U.S. adults
  • Alcoholic Drinks Add 100 Calories a Day to Average Adult's Diet
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • How a Wine Name Impacts Price
  • Virginia and the rise of regional wine marketing
  • A wine list that puts customers first
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Considering Chablis
  • Who will drink to Beaujolais Nouveau?
  • Winning Blogger of the Year at the IWSC awards dinner
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canada, the fastest growing market for Argentina
  • Harper Government Invests in Canada's Wine Industry
  • Book dives into Pelee Island history, including its wine origins
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • WSU Research Gives Brett a Chill
  • EUROPE
  • Durfort-Vivens to become 100% biodynamic
  • Raventos i Blanc to quit Cava appellation
  • Far-Right Leader Warns French Wine Producers Of E.U. "Evils"
  • First-Timer's Guide to finding the best bathrooms at Vinitaly
  • THE UK
  • New Thierry's owner claims no "moral obligation" to creditors
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Degrees now central to viticulture careers
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Stiff competition for Aussie wine in Asia
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Sparkling wine drives Argentine exports
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine, Food & The Smithsonian
  • How Champagne is Made
  • OLIVES
  • Lucero Olive Oil's Winter Crush coming to Corning
  • Greek Olive Oil Scarce in German Markets
  • Spain Announces 6-Month Program to Monitor Olive Oil Quality

  • November 14, 2012TOP NEWS
  • SymphonyIRI: National Brands Gaining on Private Label
  • Frank Family Vineyards Buys Wood Ranch Vineyard Estate in Rutherford
  • Congress: With deadlines looming, farmers urge quick action
  • FBI defends Kurniawan house search
  • Yellowglen set for makeover in champagne fight
  • Farm groups assess results of the election
  • Sandy's Tragedy and Comedy: Red Hook Winery
  • Call for S. Africa Wines Boycott As Farmworkers Strike
  • GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Natural yeasts & the risks of sluggish and stuck fermentations
  • Heating Vineyards To Reduce the Spread of Phylloxera
  • What are the Currrent Issues In Vineyard Health
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Spanish harvest 2012 underway
  • Gruelling but kind harvest in Champagne
  • Champagne Harvest Worst In 40 Years
  • Leading Champagne houses hopeful about 2012 vintage
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Willamette Valley Vineyards Posts a Q3-2012 Profit
  • Diageo Now Undisputed World Number One Spirits Producer
  • The Liv-ex indices
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Moderation is the key when it comes to 'bottled poetry'
  • MANAGEMENT
  • “No Money, No Problem:" 11 Tips for Barebones Start-up Business
  • Workplace Expert Identifies Top Trends for Leveraging Behavioral Data
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Parker’s selective Spanish reviews
  • The Loneliness Of The Long-Distance Winemaker
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Conference Explores Science of Wine Terroir
  • Clone vs. Site: Which Is More Important?
  • Dry wine solution to Sauternes ‘crisis’
  • The End of Wine Corks?
  • OH CANADA!
  • Gray Monk's success in B.C. wine industry has roots in Edmonton
  • Napa Vintners Appoint Cyndy Pellegrin to Represent Trade Group in Canada
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Beer, wine soon to be on tap in Maryland's last dry town
  • MN: Orchard branches into winery
  • NH: Liquor commission restructuring
  • WI: Mequon Plan Commission recommends winery proposa
  • EUROPE
  • Illegitimate Son Deprived Of Share In Grand-Cru Chateau Wins Payout
  • THE UK
  • Counterfeit alcohol costs UK £1.2bn a year
  • M&S appoints new wine buyer
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Turning dust to wine
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Diageo spells Uncertainty for Four Seasons Wines
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Origin Wine launches South African Fairtrade project
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Online Wine Porn: Wine.com to Sell World's Most Expensive Wine
  • How to get the most out of a glass
  • My Coming Wine Detox
  • OLIVES
  • Dirk Family Acquires Paso Robles Olive Oil Ranch
  • Chico: Olive harvest begins at Iserns' olive grove
  • International Olive Oil Tasting Seminar Coming to Kalamata
  • Red Ridge Farms in Dundee Hills celebrates Oregon's olive oil

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