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November 07, 2012TOP NEWS
  • EPR Losing Millions On Wineries & Vineyards It Can't Sell
  • Wine Outperforming Other Alcoholic Beverages
  • Farm groups propose immigration solution
  • Treasury Wine targets young females
  • Liquor costs more at state-owned stores
  • Alcohol Regulation Roundup: Election Day Edition
  • How Amazon Exploits Small Online Retailers
  • Sandy: How Prepared Were Eastern Wineries?
  • Now May Be the Time to Buy a Canadian Winery
  • Calif confab on influence of land on wine, food & tea
  • Competition for Amazon's Wine Biz
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • St. Jorge withdraws plan for Acampo winery expansion
  • Hawkins takes cues from nature to farm vineyard
  • Eberle's commitment to fine wines doesn't stop at the vineyard
  • Carmel Valley wineries join forces
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Cautious optimism from Bordeaux
  • Promising vintage in Burgundy – despite growing season
  • WA: Cooler, wetter fall to reassert itself as week progresses
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Pernod bets on Africa as next growth frontier
  • Diageo Seeks Latin American Drinkers for Double-Digit Growth
  • Collectors Confident That Fine Wine Is Bouncing Back
  • Liv-ex: Angelus leads after St Emilion upgrade
  • Haut-Brion 2008 Falls to 32-Month Low on Liv-ex Wine Market
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Grasping At Straws: Resveratrol Helps Bees
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • 3 social media/research enhancements you’ve never seen before
  • Restaurants Try To Entice Millennials without alienating others
  • In Praise of the Minimalist Wine List
  • LVMH releases coffee table book on its wines and bubbly
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • When the critic rants: a defense
  • Let's Talk Turkey
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The Use of Enzymes in Modern Winemaking
  • Women Smell Better!
  • Ice Wine: I’m Really Trying To Like It
  • A toast to tempranillo
  • The life of wine: How old is too old?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KY: Lake Cumberland Winery wants beer bar license
  • MN: Southern Wine & Spirits plans Shakopee warehouse
  • MO: Apple Creek winery to debut in North Cape County
  • EUROPE
  • Why Did Mouton Rothschild Have To Wait Till 1973 For First-Growth Status?
  • Work starts in earnest on Mosel Bridge
  • THE UK
  • Oddbins bolsters Portuguese selection
  • Obituary: Dr Arthur Ray Beckwith OAM
  • Sark vineyards attacked by vandals
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine tax fear: Drinkers face huge price slug while growers could be ruined
  • NZ: Winemakers test new varieties
  • NZ: Winemaker celebrates 50 years
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Bonarda vineyards grew by 21% in the last 10 years
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Royal Caribbean Overturns Ban on Cruise Passengers Bringing Wine
  • OLIVES
  • Tunisia: olive oil crop might resolve the economic crisis

  • November 06, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Report Says $2 Billion Diageo Deal Imminent
  • USDA Export program money running out
  • Global Recessionary Sentiment Grew in Q3 2012
  • OIV: Wine Producers Hit by Low Harvest
  • EU wine regions lobby against vineyard extension
  • Curtain Raiser on World Wine Symposium 2012
  • Looking at the Korean wine market
  • Growers, Champagne Houses and The Business of Champagne
  • Why Is First Growth Haut-Brion Lacking Oomph In Asia?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Monterey: an up-and-coming wine region
  • The Near-Accidental Brilliance of Shafer Vineyards
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Bordeaux Harvest Interview with Veronique Sanders Haut Bailly
  • Bordeaux harvest first results: 2012 better than 2011
  • NZ: Cold snap devastates vineyards
  • OZ: On the vine, less is more
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Hawesko: Successfully integrated acquisition boosts Group growth
  • Liv-ex: The Right direction
  • When it comes to wine, size matters for Charlie Trotter
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Half of Addiction Counselors Say It’s OK for Some Patients to Drink Occasionally
  • Red Wine Healthy For Obese Women, Not Necessarily Unhealthy For Others
  • Resveratrol Ineffective in Normal-Weight Women
  • Calories in Wine vs Beer (Infographic)
  • 8 ways red wine keeps you healthy
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Restaurant Wine: Mark ups soar, service declines
  • 4 Pillars of Brand Promise
  • Fresh—New Paradigm or Separate Category?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • 'The Drops of God' comes to America; will wine ever be the same?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Discovering the Effects of Post-Disgorgement Maturation
  • Wine is the new coffee
  • Is Scotch the new wine?
  • Chile’s future is Cabernet Franc
  • Studying wine from the ground up
  • OH CANADA!
  • Accolades pour in for Niagara College Teaching Winery
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: Aridus Bets on Growth of Arizona Winemaking
  • VA: 309 Winery to Close in Bedford
  • EUROPE
  • The Battle to Save France's Viticultural Heritage
  • Russian Wine Importers Battle Advertising Ban, Import Tariffs
  • Sylvie Cazes to leave Pichon, UGC
  • Austrian wine tipped for expansion
  • THE UK
  • Languedoc's white wines growing in popularity in UK
  • Distell launches new sparkler in UK
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina: Diversity, Complexity and Yes, You Can Age Malbec
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Extreme Wine South Africa: The International Connection
  • OLIVES
  • Tunisia expects olive oil crop to rise 33 percent
  • OZ: Supermarket Adopts Olive Oil Standard, Only for Private Label

  • November 05, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Sandy Devastates NY Wine Industry
  • Wine.com Launches Amazon-like Marketplace
  • Flora Springs Matriarch Flora Komes Dies
  • China: It May Be Time
  • Fears Of A Total Loss At NY's Red Hook Winery
  • Bordeaux to promote mid-range wine in China
  • World production back to levels of 1975
  • Costco to sell high-end wine in UK
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Late to the CrushPad: Why Some Varietals Keep on Hanging
  • Near Perfect Season for Walla Walla Valley
  • 'Perfect' North Coast grape harvest coming to a close
  • OH CANADA!
  • Thirst for wine knowledge growing among Chinese-Canadians
  • Alberta liquor prices cheap as any, say store owners
  • The art of blending
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Planning panel to hear winery proposal
  • Lodi Winegrape Commission adds, promotes staff
  • SJ County winery rules revised
  • Naked Wines Opens in Kenwood
  • Malibu Tasting Room Stars Local Wines
  • Families who put wine region on the map
  • Tech Members Wanted for Calif Specialty Crop Block Grant Pgm
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Drink Up, Beer Is Healthy Says... Heineken Exec
  • More on Serge Renaud's Passing
  • The nearer the bar, the greater the chances of risky drinking
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Buying Into the Vineyard Life
  • Bullish predictions for Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 Index
  • Insuring Your Wine Collection
  • "The immediate and long-term fundamentals of the wine sector remain solid"
  • Nobles Crus: Wine Experts Ltd and the Ernst & Young report
  • Charlie Trotter's cellar on auction at Christie's
  • Glass half-full view has wine world buying in sellers' week
  • Analysis: Court of Appeals Dismisses Koch Wine Suit
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Mystery shoppers scope out Wine Country
  • A Look At Wine Buying: What Drives It?
  • One Person Stands Between You and a Fine Wine
  • Winery hits the highway
  • Virginia and Third Parties – What You Need To Know
  • MANAGEMENT
  • How to Hire a Person with a Sense of Urgency
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The somm: now more than ever, or endangered species?
  • About most wines there is little to be said
  • Creating a stink about screwcaps
  • Don't Keep Any Wine Longer Than 10 Years
  • Accused Again—Too Expensive
  • Do you like old wine?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MO: Apple Creek Vineyard & Winery opening this weekend
  • OR: Harry & David launches winery
  • PA: Lehigh Valley Wine Trail staggering back to life after storm
  • PA: Sultans of Syrah Snub Sunshine Act
  • PA: Founders of Chaddsford Winery step away after 30 years
  • TX: Texas' own wine Valley
  • UT: Utah profits from new drinking laws
  • WA: Micro-winery brings new life to building in Olympia's core
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Grape Stem Extracts: Utilizing Winery Waste for a More Sustainable Industry
  • VIDEO: The sex life of the Delta smelt
  • EUROPE
  • Netherlands’s Argentine wine demand is up
  • Port emerges from harsh climate
  • A Central Command in Hong Kong for Italian wineries to conquer Chinese market
  • Producers desert Cava DO for its 'detrimental' image
  • THE UK
  • Ex-Waverley wine boss joins Australian Vintage
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Moth threat to vines
  • NZ: Babich plans new winery
  • OZ: Wine region protection worries other farmers
  • OZ: Owners put Cambewarra Estate on market
  • OZ: South Australian winery leading the way in climate action
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine Geeks Get New Book of Oddball Varietals
  • A Return To Sanity Calls For A Drink…Or Two
  • Make Your Wine Drinking Smarter - Finally An App Worth Using
  • OLIVES
  • Call to Promote Olive Oil in Europe’s Schools
  • DNA analysis and an innovative labeling process. The future of Italian olive oil is here
  • A wine style model for the launch of the Argentinean extra virgin olive oil
  • A job for future: olive oil sommelier and panel supervisor

  • November 02, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Farm Bill Expiration Hurting Ag Exports
  • San Fran Vineyard Fund Trying To Raise $100 Mil
  • Restaurant operators upbeat despite soft sales, traffic
  • Virgin Wines expanding
  • NY wine merchants count cost of Hurricane Sandy
  • Treasury plans $11m growth at new NZ Winery
  • Poll: Pennsylvanians Plead for Privatization
  • 'America Fermented' explores history of alcohol in America
  • Tesco shoppers get £60 worth of wine for just £9 after glitch
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sonoma County struggling with what to allow on ag lands
  • New book showcases Mendocino County vintners
  • Passalacqua Winery Names Sarah Kelley Direct Sales Manager
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Vintage 2012: a year for careful picking from France's vineyards
  • What can we expect from the 2012 wine harvest?
  • South Africa grape projections on course as early harvest begins
  • German winemaker reaps a 700-year-old monastic legacy
  • Canada: Grapes bursting with profits
  • Harvest Update - Sta Rita Hills - California
  • Harvest shortage: producers urged to rein in prices
  • Port producers try treading machines
  • HEALTH
  • A Tribute To Serge Renaud
  • Genuine consumer demand for low alcohol wines
  • High-Fat Meal with Olive Oil Can Have Immediate Positive Effects
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 Index falls 0.64% in October
  • Ausone and DRC fall in October
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wine Porn: Do Some Labels Cross the Line?
  • Be a Customer for a Day
  • Wine Rep Says Goodbye
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • You can’t identify your own wine in a blind tasting?
  • Que Bonarda?
  • Larry Stone on wine education, ICC Dean of Wine Studies
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Monkey found trying to open bottle of red wine
  • Feiring: The Rescue
  • French Enthusiasts Turn Archaeologists To Save Heirloom Grape Varieties
  • How a Data Guru, and Entertainment Engineer Went Deep Into Wine
  • Vintage Notes: "Go, Bears," Go Tree
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CT: Maugle Sierra Vineyards and Winery
  • FL: First Coast was first in the US for making wine
  • IN: Keeping it natural defines new Steuben Co. winery
  • NY: Nyack Alcohol Ban Until Street Lights Return
  • TX: Lawsuit planned to stop beer and wine vote
  • WA: Right place at the right time for pioneering family's wine
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • The risk of spoilage yeast contamination during natural yeast fermentations
  • Terrepure system "cleans and ages" spirits in just hours
  • EUROPE
  • Rioja and Tempranillo lead Spanish charge
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine regions protection passes Parliament
  • OZ: Health body calls for changes to alcohol taxation
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Panama axes US spirits duty
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • A foundling of great charm

  • November 01, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Australia's Treasury Wine Estates snaps up big Marlborough winery
  • Restaurant Performance Dips in September Due to Softer Sales
  • Aussie organic group warns of 'super weed' risk
  • Dealing With Scary Letters from the ABC
  • The closure wars: a report from the front lines
  • Chateau Ste. Michelle Takes On California's Behemoths
  • Canada: Ageing population to boost wine over other categories
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Trade zone may benefit Napa wine industry
  • Vit Fair to be held Nov. 7 in Napa
  • WiVi Central Coast 2013
  • Agri-Business Cal Bar Offers Ethics Legal Education
  • Napa's Iron Fist in a Velvet Glove
  • Entrepreneur Spotlight On Corison Winery
  • HARVEST 2012
  • NY: Long Island growers spared by Sandy
  • Napa Valley mostly finished with 2012 harvest
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Rémy Cointeau continues shopping spree
  • Wall Street Executives Rode Out Sandy With $1K Bottles Of Wine
  • Chateau Lafite to dominate Sotheby's London sale
  • 1855 makes a profit in 1st half of 2012
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Patch could help you say goodbye to hangovers
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Direct-to-consumer sales: the fastest-growing channel in United States
  • Scary Trend for Chocolate Wine Fad
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Bias In State-Store Wine Consumer Polls
  • Feiring Launches New Premium Newsletter
  • A New Yorker Finally Discovers Napa Valley
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Alice Feiring, Natural Wine and the Question of Integrity
  • Falling In Love With Old Wines, Courtesy Of A Paris Collector
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Southern Oregon Gains a New Winery
  • PA: LCB Chair Tastes Sour Grapes, Selects Probe
  • VA: Stone Tower Winery joins the wine craze
  • WA: The Passing of Generations at Manu Propia
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Top 10 South African winemakers to watch
  • SA wine exports’ rosy future
  • South Africa Cultivates Wine Market
  • Wine farm on the road to nowhere
  • THE UK
  • Wine and drinks investors behind Thierry's new company Watermill Wines
  • Thierry’s bought by investment company
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine areas protected from urban sprawl
  • OZ: Tragedy rocks Casella Wines
  • NZ: Big winery project a good sign
  • NZ: Wine industry urged to seize moment
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Drama: Days of wine and noses
  • Want Great Deals In Wine ? Look For The Second Label
  • Wine Serving Temperatures – INFOGRAPHIC
  • OLIVES
  • EU Action Plan for Olive Oil Inching Forward
  • Lebanon olive oil industry growing
  • Bechealeh’s ancient trees still producing high-end olive oil

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