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November 12, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Lenders see uptick in wine industry demand
  • Leucadia may spin off Crimson Wine Group before Jefferies' deal
  • Ag Committee Leaders Fired Up Over Farm Bill
  • Foley Family Wines Buys Sonoma's Lancaster Estate
  • Is Amazon's New Online Wine Market Good For The Wine Biz?
  • Time For Post-Harvest & Post-Election Yogi.
  • Wine Importer David Taub Passes Away
  • Viansa investor seeks greater stake in its success
  • Wineries – Are You Out of Bounds on Your Bond?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • New leafhopper pest found in California vineyards
  • North Coast Wine Industry Expo is Dec. 5
  • Amici Cellars Opens Its First Winery and Tasting Room
  • Parlez-vous des vins Fresno?
  • Calif. snowpack outlook grim for water
  • HARVEST 2012
  • North Coast winegrape harvest could be biggest in seven years
  • Calif wine-grape harvest ends with good results
  • End of Santa Barbara Harvest
  • Still Harvesting Above the Napa Valley
  • France Wine Output Falls to 40-Year Low on Champagne, Beaujolais
  • DIAGEO-UNITED SPIRITS DEAL
  • What is Diageo getting in United Spirits deal?
  • Should Diageo shareholders switch to United Spirits?
  • United Spirits deal a game-changer for Diageo
  • United Spirits hits new high as street cheers Diageo deal
  • Liquor shares rally post USL-Diageo deal, USL soars 27%
  • Diageo takes stake in India's United Spirits
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Serge Renaud: The Billion Bottle Man
  • Cleverest women are the heaviest drinkers
  • Why This Wine & Health Headline Should NOT Be A Surprise
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Organic wines — fact or just marketing hype?
  • The Disservice of Overly Expensive Wine Lists
  • Why we haven't got closures right yet... A follow-up
  • Timelines Are the Lifelines of Customer Satisfaction
  • Pouches Proving Profitable with Adult Beverages
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Is Blind Tasting a Waste Of Time?
  • Bloggers Lay Into Natural Wine
  • Inside Robert Parker's cellar sanctum
  • 100-point scale & natural wine at the Euro Wine Bloggers' Conf
  • Let’s Play Somm!
  • Wine by the numbers
  • Syrah - California vs. Washington - Episode 2
  • How Wine Follows the Lead of Cuisine
  • What Entitles YOU to be a Critic!?!?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IN: Family-run winery to open in Lynnville
  • MN:Blast, fire at wine store in Shakopee called arson
  • WA: Wine Grape Workshop-Vancouver
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Warming study forsees state water shortage
  • Wind turbine erected at Cambria winery
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • More Work Needed On Yeast In The Vineyard
  • EUROPE
  • Montrose's Glumineau takes over Roederer Bordeaux operation
  • Cazes’ successor named
  • Christina Boutari Explains Greek Wines
  • Interview with Olivier Krug
  • Angelo Gaja shares hard-won wisdom
  • THE UK
  • Waverley collapse leaves drinks trade short £40.5 million
  • Laithwaite's to expand Turkish wine offering following EWBC
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Naked Wines Australia made up of more than 2000 investors
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese Roulette and Bordeaux Wine in Wuhan
  • Why China Needs Wine Imports
  • Louis Vuitton family launches wine for the Chinese palate
  • 'Fine wine' hoard highlights China's problem with fakes
  • New York Wine in China: Day 2
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • “Vástagos de Uco”, the fifth consortium of wineries
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Bacon Bonbons and Chocolate Wine
  • Bidding On Burgundy At The Hospice De Beaune
  • The finery of these wineries
  • There’s a place for 'us'
  • Ab Urbe Ad Rura : A Byzantine Procession
  • Top 10 wine bars in the US
  • OLIVES
  • India's olive oil imports expected to rise by 45 per cent in FY'13
  • U.S. Olive Oil Imports Continue Steady Climb
  • INTERESTING BUT DOESN'T REALLY FIT ANYWHERE
  • Grape Seed Extracts Reduce Formaldehyde Levels in Leather Production

  • November 09, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Boom year for California farmers, ranchers
  • Only The Privileged Can Buy Wine from Amazon
  • OIV: Lowest global wine crop since 1975
  • Kurniawan illegal search claim rejected
  • Pernod Ricard : US court dismisses suit by Colombia
  • Rising prices unlikely to compensate for declining revenues in France
  • Argentine Protectionism: Cars Swapped for Rice, Olives, Wine
  • The role of tourism in the local wine industry
  • World Bulk Wine Expo - structured environment for bulk wine sales
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Wine legend Peter Mondavi Sr.celebrates birthday
  • Leese-Fitch Igniting Growth For The Other Guys
  • Act Now If You Need a Permit for Your San Francisco NYE Party!
  • Napa Wine officials raise concerns over county’s climate plan
  • Viticulture Fair attracts larger, enthusiastic crowd
  • AMAZON AD INFINITUM
  • Alabama not ready for Amazon wine deliveries
  • Small Winery Goes Big Thanks to Amazon
  • Amazon’s Online Wine Store – Here’s How It Works
  • Amazon Turns Wine Merchant Challenging Wine .com Online
  • Wine.com looks to one-up new Amazon Wine
  • Amazon wine, now serving
  • HARVEST 2012
  • An Early Look at Euro 2010
  • Let's Get Real About Calif 2012
  • Harvest 2012 wrap up from the Wine Institute
  • 2012 Harvest - Survey Results
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Krones fraud case settlement hammers bottom line
  • India's Appetite for Whiskey Attracts Diageo
  • Mumm's cup runneth over in Asia
  • HK's wine auction sales reach $230m in 2011
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • “Hangover patch” removed from sale
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • How to Handle a “Wine-er” on Social Media
  • Thinking outside the shop
  • Life in black and white: thoughts on corks, screwcaps and alternatives
  • Australian Vintage puts wine in pints
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Winemakers must take terroir seriously, hears EWBC
  • Frank J. Prial: a tribute
  • At the bloggers conference, the crazy but fun BYOB party
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Struggling with Wine Tasting Notes
  • New Respect for an Italian Red
  • Pinot Noir Suitcase Clone “828”: An Intriguing Story Revealed
  • OH CANADA!
  • How Canadian wineries are bottling success in Asia
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • UT: Governor appoints new alcohol board chair
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • A Vineyard's Feathered Friend
  • EUROPE
  • Spanish wines: new labeling rules coming from Europe
  • Bordeaux Legends The 1855 First Growth Wines
  • Plaimont co-op unveils pre-phylloxera cuvée
  • Chateau Haut-Brion enters China with Vats Liquor
  • Planting rights: opposition to liberalisation demonstrated in Brussels
  • THE UK
  • UK Retailers slash Champagne prices to £10 and under
  • New Portman Group code sets 'gold standard' for drinks marketing
  • Brintex moots venue change for LIWF 2014
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Matariki Wines Receivership Sale
  • NZ: Wine sector senses a whiff of recovery
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Supply chain losses rival wine fraud
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Jewish wine, Jewish food, Jewish values
  • The cradle of the grape
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine Stash Found In Abandoned Home Could Be Worth Millions
  • Drinking wine takes courage
  • Days of Wine and…NATO
  • One week working at a winery: I fought the valve and the valve won
  • Wine lovers boot camp lets you make your own wine
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Researchers Say New Tool Measures Olive Oil ‘Healthfulness’
  • Experts Share Key Trends in Olive Oil Retail
  • Olive harvest time in Israel
  • Palestinian olive farmers turn to organic farming
  • Olive harvesting in the West Bank
  • Olive oil mixed in lotion may ease eczema

  • November 08, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Amazon.com Starts Wine Marketplace For Holidays
  • Frank J. Prial Dies at 82
  • Restaurant sales flat, traffic down in Oct.
  • Alc Bev Operators Slowly Recovering After Sandy
  • Updated: Northeast Restaurants Fight Back Against Hurricane Sandy
  • Oregon Wine Institute Caught in 'Culture Clash'
  • Washington Liquor Board Goes To Pot
  • Syrian Winemakers Defy Revolt Taxing Grapes for Sampling
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Santa Barbara growers battling harvest labor shortage
  • 2012 California Wine Harvest Report
  • Bordeaux: Drastic Sorting Required at Valandraud
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Someone Broke Into Nancy Pelosi's Swanky Wine Den Monday Night
  • World-class grapes? There's an app for that
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Surprising Study Finds Red Wine May Help Women Beat Breast Cancer
  • Making Safer Wine
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Charlie Trotter says pallet of wine is MIA
  • 10,000 bottles of fake Lafite uncovered in China
  • Liv-ex: Firsts fall a third since peak prices
  • Pre-Revolutionary Cognac in Tour d'Argent auction
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Las Vegas Invents the "Liquor Library"
  • Yao Family Wines Enters the U.S. Wine Market
  • Highest-price ranges propel bottled Argentine wine exports
  • 3 social media/research enhancements you’ve never seen before (correct link)
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • America's Prestige/Intrigue premium wine divide
  • You Cannot Go Beyond Your Culture
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • 5 Yrs of Blogging, 5 yrs of changes in the wine business
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CT: Sour Grapes Over a Farm Winery's Driveway on Rural Washington Road
  • NC: Biltmore estate was built to last and so is its winery
  • PA: Local vineyards aren't keen on jumping into online wine sales
  • WA: Alumni, students run Walla Walla wineries
  • EUROPE
  • Les Vignobles Foncalieu acquires Château Haut Gléon
  • Domaine Lucien Albrecht bankrupt
  • Wines of Germany plans significant UK investment
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Aussie winemaker Ray Beckwith dies at 100
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • HK wine fair opens on a high
  • Fifth Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair Opens
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • First, Naked Wine ... Now, Naked Corks?
  • Oregon Vineyard Fertilizes With Help From The Hippo Next Door
  • Inside the Secret Life of Sommeliers With Director Jason Wise
  • Premature Jubilation
  • Niche market: wine cellar a status symbol
  • Wine Is Like A Virus – It's Infectious
  • OLIVE OIL
  • California’s 462,000-Acre ‘Field of Dreams’

  • 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

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