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October 31, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Serge Renaud Dies: Father of "French Paradox"
  • Sandy Delivers Blow to Northeast Wineries
  • Wine levels worldwide shrinking to 37-year low
  • Top wine tax trends
  • No doomsday scenario for wine investment
  • Global Consumer Confidence in Subdued During Q3
  • Family-owned wine brands outstripping private label: Nielsen
  • Getting import wines to the market
  • Is unit reduction growing or shrinking the market?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Nurseries say tree, vine rootstock sells fast
  • Trellis Growth Partners: New Name,Expanded Services
  • Smells Like Rhone Spirit: Tablas Creek’s Esprit
  • Stonestreet Stables' Banke thriving
  • Fall Colors Lure Visitors to Sierra Foothill Wineries
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Small 2012 harvest sparks supply fears
  • Napa: Vintage of the Century
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Medical Experts Debate Value of Alcohol Use
  • Low-alcohol wine 'important' category in UK
  • The truth about sulphites
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Wall Street Finds Sandy Silver Lining in Wine, Monopoly
  • Has Diageo Become the Perfect Stock?
  • 3,000 active markets on Liv-ex
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Suing Wine Writers
  • Top 10 Wine Stories Needing to be Written
  • Suckling On Life, Death, And Playing The Bongos
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • WineCloud provides future direction for winemakers
  • WAR and wine ratings
  • How to lie about wine
  • Why most wine collectors are compulsive liars
  • Eat, drink, and don't get too analytical
  • The Influence of Oak Chips on Aromatic Quality of Wine
  • Survival of the fittest, sparkling style
  • Napa Valley Winery Helps Identify Your Wine Personality
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Saxum and Failla: a tale of two pricing strategies
  • MANAGEMENT
  • Taking on an intern
  • Top Time & Money Saving Winery Compliance Tips
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian wine eating into beer share
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KY: Liquor King opens; plans to be southeastern 'megastore'
  • NY: Brooklyn wine shop delivers well into storm
  • PA: Sandy causes state to suspend liquor sales
  • WA: BevMo! to Open Four More Locations
  • WA: Smasne Cellars has rich history in Yakima Valley
  • ACADEMIA - SONOMA STATE
  • Practical Strategies to Increase Wine eCommerce Sales
  • Practical Vineyard Management
  • Selling Wine to Restaurants and Retailers
  • Current and Upcoming Winery Compliance Issues
  • Easy Ways to Successful Direct Marketing
  • The Expert's Secrets to Selling Wine Grapes
  • Intro to Tasting Room Management
  • Wine Marketing Basics: What Every Winery Should Know
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Winery Makes Deloitte's Fast 50 Companies
  • NZ: Viticulture degree course to continue
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil 'to double wine consumption' with supermarket deal
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 2013 Buzzwords (The horror! The horror!
  • Wine tale enough to drive director to drink
  • The cradle of the grape
  • A Gathering of Tomatoes, Olives and Harvest Songs in a Little Corner of Tuscany
  • OLIVES
  • Green Waste Processing for Boutique Olive Oil Presses and Wineries
  • Olive-growing giant headed for Victoria
  • Republic of Georgia’s Newborn Olive Oil Industry
  • Genuine identity needed for Lebanonese olive oil

  • October 30, 2012

    October 30, 2012TOP NEWS
  • World Wine Output Forecast to Drop 6.1% on France, Argentina
  • Imported Rosé Retail Sales Jump Another 26% in First Half of 2012
  • Accolade's lower alcohol wine in cans gain traction
  • Canadian wine industry to show solid growth
  • The Dramatic Rise Of Moscato Producer Castello del Poggio
  • Liv-ex: On the rise
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Five Myths About California Wine Die Hard
  • All eyes on Brooks Painter
  • Amador Foothill Harvest Report
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red Wine Won’t Help Healthy Women, Study Says
  • Plant compounds tied to less stomach cancer in women
  • Will Kate Toast With Wine?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Pink Pinot Grigio? Red Moscato?
  • The Customer Service Perspective
  • The Sandy Bandwagon: Wine Marketing in poor taste?
  • Malbec, a big hit in the United States
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Please don’t sue me for a bad review!
  • Wine Spectator takes step toward younger audience
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Do New World wines age?
  • What Is Terroir and Why Is It Important in Wine?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: Wine Goes to School
  • NY: First Alcohol Summit
  • ACADEMIA
  • Cornell Student-Run Vineyard First Certified Organic
  • EUROPE
  • Cru Bourgeois property will not make any 2012
  • Bordeaux wines 'shine even when it rains'
  • New Monopoly Game Replaces Paris with Vineyards
  • Teachings of Armenia’s renewed viticulture
  • THE UK
  • Lords clash over alcohol pricing claim
  • UK Retailers enjoy increased sales and improved economic conditions
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: McGuigan in branded private label deals with Coles, IBA
  • NZ: Kiwi wine 'family' embarks on Asia drive
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Guangxi: biggest imported wine distribution center in SW China
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • For Ex-Goldman Trader, Reporter Wine Work Is Bugs, Memory
  • Wine For Islam's Teetotalers – Halal Heads Off The Beaten Track
  • Carbonara, a new theory for its origins and name

  • October 29, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Wine: the Web's Final Frontier
  • How smuggling crackdown & new Chinese govt will affect wine prices
  • Can You Sue A Wine Writer?
  • How Can Wine Producers Win the Millennial Market?
  • Calif State Board Discuss Farm Bill Expiration Impact
  • Christopher Creek winery sold
  • Liv-ex and Nobles Crus trade accusations of unreliability
  • Lake County, Napa's Neighbor, Gains Respect
  • Keeping wine cool in shipping
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Saving California's heritage, one vine at a time
  • California ranches and open space threatened
  • Edna Valley Vineyard still enjoying fruits of purchase by Gallo
  • Cork supplier chooses premium highway spot
  • Somm documentary film to debut at Napa festival
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Small French Harvest Will Hit Producers Despite Price Rises
  • Napa: The Natural Landscape of Harvest
  • NY: Harvest 2012, Grower Tom Tower on the Rocks
  • Mixed French Harvest Also Means Varied Forecasts
  • France 2012 wines include both beauties and beasts
  • NZ 2012: A vintage vintage
  • 2012 Loire Vintage: report from Charles and Philippa Sydney
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • What Motivates You to Drink?
  • Moderate drinking risky for brain cells
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • In Depth: Amazon's Wine
  • New Brands Must Survive Repeated Murder Attempts
  • The Strategy of Pricing Wine
  • Why should wine estates include Pinterest in their Social Media Stategy ?
  • 5 Ways Brands Can Maximize Their Marketing to Moms (and Dads
  • Pssst, That Bottle Is Talking to You
  • Halloween is More Than Trick or Treat
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why tasting plonk, not just great wine, is important
  • Winemaking Takes a Plunge
  • The Label Project: A Gentle Reminder to Look on the Inside
  • Note to Gallo: Calif "champagne" is not Champagne
  • Finding The Leaders Of Calif's Emerging Grenache Pack
  • Syrah is not Dead, and Other Matters
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC to Permit Wine Charity Auctions, Details Unclear
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IN: Fremont Winery Joins Growing Hoosier Industry
  • KY: Crocker Farm is seeking wine sales
  • NY: Progress v. Placating in Wine, Spirits, and Beer
  • PA: No action on bills to OK direct shipping of wine from out of state
  • PA: Liquor Control Board chief uncorks private-label probe
  • VA: Wine Summit a success
  • WA: Yakima Valley wineries are increasingly partnering with cultural organizations
  • EUROPE
  • Russia May Ban Cheap Wine
  • Portuguese Red Wines Come of Age, Steal Spain’s Thunder
  • What’s Old is New Again @LaScolcaWines
  • Brandy price surge hits Port
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Thousands sue over investment company collapse
  • OZ: Chateau Chunder, a new film about Australian wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Election Day is Coming—Let’s Talk Beer, Wine and Booze
  • Photo essay of Brit breaking wine glass holding record in Beijing
  • OLIVES
  • Spanish Consumer Group Finds Nearly One in Three Olive Oils Mislabeled
  • Why Cycling Dopers Mixed Testosterone with Olive Oil

  • October 26, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Wine, other luxury goods market slows down
  • Kurniawan: Catch Him If You Can (And They Did, Eventually)
  • Daily deals risky for wineries
  • BC may reverse crackdown on charity wine auctions
  • World auction market may shrink by 20%, say experts
  • Champagne sales swell after three-year lull
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • How a date night became a wine — and a Calistoga winery
  • Court rules to keep Anselmo's winery open while suit with county proceeds
  • Plan to save Central California Coast coho salmon mapped out
  • Learning about wine: marketing, sales, social media and management
  • Healdsburg Decides Not To Change Policy on Wine Tasting Rooms
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Winemakers – It’s 3 am, Do You Know Where Your Grapes Are?
  • Rains Punctuate a 'Perfect' California Vintage
  • Video: A Crucial Moment in the Harvest at Château Suduiraut
  • Bordeaux 2012: Soft tannins and 'ripe fruit' potential say vignerons
  • Harvest Napa Valley 2012 coming to a finish
  • Stags Leap Harvest Immersion – Day 3
  • Napa Valley's Grapegrower report: Organic practices make the difference
  • Bordeaux 2012: better but smaller than 2011
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Just two glasses of wine a day can damage the brain
  • Red Wine Compound May Not Help Healthy Women
  • UK Doctors call for 50p per unit alcohol pricing
  • Sulfite's headache is in labeling
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Yantai Changyu Wine Company Q3 net profit down 38%
  • Sotheby’s Wine Sale Led by Montrachet, Lafite Nets $2.3 Million
  • OH CANADA!
  • Pioneer of Prince Edward County wine industry dies
  • 2012 was ‘challenging’ year for Ontario Ag
  • Wine runs in the blood of Niagara-on-the-Lake grower
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Eric Asimov Talks About New Book “How to Love Wine”
  • Wine Wordsmith
  • The Most Important Wine Book in Years
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • A reader asks for Zin coverage, and Heimoff delivers
  • Wine experts’ ratings – a load of ... twaddle?
  • Monastrell (aka Mourvedre) Adds Distinction to Its Workhorse Status
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Tulip kosher wines arrive
  • OR: The Evolution of Sokol Blosser Wines
  • OR: Truffle pioneers hope fungi business can rival wine
  • VT: Truth in Juice: A Vermont wine column
  • WA: Kestrel, Reininger enter Chinese wine market
  • WA: New Ancient Lakes AVA offers prime soil for wine grapes
  • EUROPE
  • Keeping Up With Tradition in Tuscany
  • Chateau Margaux Tipped To Be The Next Lafite Rothschild
  • Europe welcomes Brazil’s decision to drop safeguard enquiry on imported wines
  • Old Style Claret Returns to Bordeaux
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: New Coles Liquor marketer reveals plan of attack
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China booze makers defy economic gloom
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The world’s rudest wine names
  • A museum in Nizza Monferrato: the life and times of Arturo Bersano
  • Vintage Notes: Whatever Happened To...?
  • OLIVES
  • US Government Subsidizes Companies That Import Italian Olive Oil
  • Latest Forecast Still Gloomy for Spanish Olive Oil Harvest
  • Olive harvest brings unease to West Bank
  • For Olive Council, ‘Positive Journalism’ Hard to Come By
  • Olive Farming in India’s Rajasthan Rolls On

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