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November 28, 2012

November 27, 2012

November 27, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Foster’s Group undermanaged fo years
  • Is a COLA necessary to Establish Lawful Use of a Wine Trademark?
  • Trademark Board Says Illegal Sales May Create Rights
  • Restaurant CFOs sound off on health care concerns
  • Wine Industry Kerfuffle Masks Mighty Political Failure
  • Argentine Wine Dragged Down By Red Tape
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Salmon still not receiving promised water
  • N Coast Expo speakers to cover viticulture, marketing, production, direct sales
  • UC Davis announces winter wine course schedule
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Hoping to buy wine online? Think again
  • Wine Shipping Virtual Seminar Brings Key Industry Updates
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Can Chile Break Out of the “Value Wine” Trap?
  • Your Brand is More Important Than You Think
  • A Winery Tastes Success with a Wholesale Switch
  • Terlato Vistaar to Manage Distributor Pricing
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Gregutt Says, "hello goodbye"
  • Wine writer ‘not dead’
  • In Wine Writing, Not Much To Laugh About
  • The Golden Age of Wine Writing?
  • Loam Baby!
  • New Magazine Toasts Maryland Wines
  • Wine Channel TV Expands to Millennials
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Vinance plc, Wine Investment Association (WIA) and Nobles Crus
  • Italian wines to star at HK auction
  • Liv-ex: Mouton 1996 on the move
  • Krug Kicks Off Illustrious Series Of Sales
  • Rare Riojas up for auction at Bonhams
  • Bordeaux prices 'stabilising': analysts
  • Romanee-Conti reaches £84,686 at Bonhams sale
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Pubs selling a billion fewer pints a year
  • UK Drinks trade angst over minimum pricing grows
  • Accolade Wines' chief calls on drinks trade to unite in lobbying government
  • "Fatal Flaws" In Minimum Pricing Plan
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Alcohol tax drives customers across state lines
  • OR: A Tour of the Oregon Wine Harvest
  • OR: Winery with best view polling continues
  • WA: Prosser grape grower Zirkle Wine now also crushing, pressing and fermenting
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • AgroThermal tech may improve fruit set, yields, pest control
  • DNA sleuth hunts wine roots in Anatolia
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Rolling With the Changes in the Languedoc
  • Police appeal for information after £20000 wine theft
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Winemakers preserve wine with late pruning
  • The return of a founding vintner marks a major milestone
  • Australia's first families target China
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Artificial wine lake found in Saudi Arabia
  • Never Mind the Bollocks: Here’s the Wine Scores!
  • Russian River Pinot Stars In Film
  • 10 Dining and Plate Trends You Won’t Find in Italy
  • When in Rhône. . . experiment
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Civilians Killed in Syrian Strike on Olive Press

  • November 26, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Calif Winery president denies pot trafficking link
  • David Taub, Introducer of Pinot Grigio Wine to US, Dies at 72
  • Short wine supplies will lead to flexibility on provenance
  • 'Hidden gem' countries present opportunities for wine firms
  • Restaurant operators: Nov sales to hold steady
  • Donum buys Russian River vineyard
  • Pot growers behind rash of winery solar thefts?
  • Amazon may open second Central Valley facility
  • Winery? Tasting Room? A bureaucratic morass
  • Transport company sued over $2M wine shipment
  • OH CANADA!
  • Nova Scotia Introduces Free My Grapes Bill
  • Canadians moving to more wine drinking
  • Canadians increasingly reach for the domestic wines
  • Canada Uncorks Export Funding
  • Wine fans would be able to import wine under new law
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • New guide to Spanish for the wine industry
  • Expo speakers to cover viticulture, marketing, production, direct sales
  • Coppola's transformation of Rubicon to Inglenook complete
  • Smithsonian honors Grgich in new exhibit
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Another wine investment company goes bankrupt
  • Time for serious fine wine companies to stand up and be counted?
  • Right Bank wines lose out at auction
  • Hospices de Beaune auction sees record sales
  • Romanee-Conti, Hirst’s Guitar Lead Hong Kong Auctions
  • Barriques d'Or auction breaks record for second year
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • UK Public ‘sceptical’ about minimum alcohol pricing
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Cheap wine under threat due to poor harvests
  • How to Reach the 77% of Internet Users in the Blogosphere
  • Top brands favor bag-in-box dispensing savings
  • A More Complete View of the Marketplace
  • Screw-cap to become mainstream force in US in 5-10 years’ time
  • MANAGEMENT
  • How Gary Vaynerchuk Went from 'America's Wine Guy' to Business Expert
  • Business Unconventional Radio Interview
  • Unity in the wine world
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Restaurateurs name and shame fake online reviewers
  • Wine writer ‘not dead’
  • On Andrew Jefford's famous speech at the bloggers' conference
  • EWBC: digital conversation now embraced by mainstream wine communicators
  • EWBC--the natural wine edition
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Listen Carefully: Tips from a Wine 'Therapist'
  • A post-Thanksgiving musing
  • Turkish Delights
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Eastern Winery Exposition Expands
  • IA: Symposium to focus on drought effects
  • KY: Alcohol regulatory reform going flat?
  • OK: Oklahomans demand many wines
  • OR: 2012 Harvest is Done – Can We Predict Pinot Noir Quality?
  • OR: Pinot Noir is one of Oregon's great, and profitable, blessings
  • PA: State to add research viticulturalist
  • TX: The Winemaker that Mark Penna Just Never Ran Off
  • WA: Prosser grape grower takes chance on winemaking
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Are your wine additives the real thing?
  • The Importance of Nitrogen Availability in Grape Must During Biodynamic Vinification
  • Common Sense Or Nonsense? The Biodynamic Debate Continues
  • EUROPE
  • Price wars and imports threaten to burst Veuve's bubble
  • French Growers Call For Removal of Trade Barriers
  • Côtes du Rhône increases levies to boost promotional activity
  • European Planting Puzzle Still to be Solved
  • Cos d’Estournel names Prats’ replacement
  • Burgundy: growers triumph over challenging vintage
  • THE UK
  • Will London Host the Bordeaux Wine Festival?
  • Welsh sparkling wine beats top champagnes to win world wine award
  • Cape Heritage trebles volume growth
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Chill wipes out grapes
  • NZ: It has been a tough year for many in the wine industry.
  • OZ: Wine Spin-off Could Decant Penfolds True Value
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chianti's cockerel lucky in China
  • Going with the flow of Indonesia’s wine affair
  • Australian wines overflow at Chinese tables
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Nicolás Catena Zapata: “We should constantly investigate the secrets of Mendoza terroir”
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Hearing Wine, Tasting Music
  • A question of etiquette: dining with abstainers
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Sonoma County's olive harvest under way
  • More farmers hand over harvests to machines
  • ‘The olive oil is in my blood’
  • Olive and Olive Oil Spinoffs in the Pipeline

  • November 25, 2012

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