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May 25, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Foppiano wine family dispute back in court
  • Concha y Toro commits to Fetzer
  • Booze Business is a Lose Business for Taxpayers
  • State-by-state wine tax rates
  • Calif sets up tip hotline for labor violations
  • Drinking Red Wine Good for Digestion
  • Bill Passes Senate Allowing USPS to Ship Beer, Wine, and Spirits
  • Restaurants to Add 450,000 Summer Jobs
  • Brown Administration to push through Peripheral Canal say Delta groups
  • NYC's 'Stealth' Starbucks Will Serve Beer and Wine
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Citi Waiting Patiently for Constellation Brands' Strategy
  • Liv-ex: Latour and Cheval release at €440
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Solving Consumer Issues Of Vintage Variation
  • Sustainability and the Politics of Pleasure
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Restaurant Wine Prices Are Outrageous!
  • Robert Mondavi: Winemaker and Zombie Killer
  • Dear (insert business name), what’s your promise?
  • Who Are The Social Media Influencers & How DO We Find Them?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Vineyard water tips offered in workshop
  • Napa Vintners' Global Charity Wine E-Auction Goes Live May 27
  • New board members for Napa Grapegrowers
  • Grgich Hills Estate hires sales manager
  • Aaron Fein Appointed Head of National Sales For Heron Wines
  • Setting the stage in spring yields great wine in the glass
  • Temperature – how important is it?
  • Napa comes up roses in Greenbelt risk analysis
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • FL: Board OKs beer, wine sales for Legoland
  • FL: Future of wine in Florida real estate
  • TX: Vintners anticipate a big rebound in Lone Star wines
  • VA: New Winery to Open in Centreville
  • WA: Region Pursues AVA
  • ACADEMIA
  • UC Davis dedicates Trinchero building
  • EUROPE
  • Finally Latour emerges but campaign far from over
  • Spurrier unveils 'Judgement of Paris' canvas at The Vineyard
  • THE UK
  • Argentina's wine exports to UK rocket
  • English winemaker stages sit-in against “Best of British” display
  • Trade bodies brand Scottish endorsement of minimum pricing bill “disappointing”.
  • OH CANADA!
  • Symposium chance for Maritime wineries to step up and be seen
  • BC VQA Rules Questioned ... Again
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Irrigator groups angered that Basin plan may not change
  • NZ: US billionaire savours blending
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • 'Discover the Chinese wine lover' at Vinexpo Asia-Pacific
  • Yunnan wine market shows great development potential
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina, Malbec Reign
  • Is the global wine market threatened by Brazilian resistance?
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Trail-ready wines in pouches and cartons break the glass habit
  • True or false? Food myths busted

  • May 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Pernod Ricard 'expects' to retain consumer confidence despite fake Jacob's Creek seizures
  • Marketing wine to minorities: Part 2
  • Napa County orders Sattui's 'Castle’ to stop church services
  • Farm Loans From USDA Get Easier (.pdf)
  • Life's tough for 5th Column Wine E-tailers
  • Coppola's Revamped Sonoma Winery In High Gear
  • Brands That Are Great by Choice
  • Aussie Growers shocked by repayment demands over bankrupt winery
  • Oregon wants to double UK sales within three years
  • New York State Wine Outlet to Open in Shanghai, China
  • Sichel: Bordeaux 2011 “messy and bloody
  • Americans look to beverages' healthful attributes (No mention of wine)
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Concha y Toro disembarks in LIWF 2012
  • Brown-Forman Fourth Quarter Earnings Release and Conference Call
  • Petrus, Diamonds Test Chinese Demand at $258 Million Sale
  • 1855 claims return to profit in 2011
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Social Media Marketing in the American and French Wine Industry
  • What Wine Club Members Want
  • The Top Eight Wine Ecommerce Sites for Wines
  • GeoTourism - We Should Care About This!
  • Toast this trend: Hong Kong's teaching wine shops
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Social vs Traditional Media in Wine Marketing
  • Is blogging killing wine writing?
  • Let’s hear it from the guys on wine blogging
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Copper fining kills reductive aromas but also wine character
  • The Effect of Long-Term Organic Compost Treatment On Soil and Grape Quality
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Vineyard seminar slated for CSUSM
  • Napa Cricket Club Makes Debut
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IL: Antioch residents aren't fine with winery proposal
  • NY: Long Island Wineries Set Out to Prove Their Green Cred
  • NY: Wine Industry Speaks Out Against New Special Events Code
  • OH: Beer and wine stay on the menu at state fair
  • SC: Ousted after demanding wine for Mass, Charleston County jail chaplain claim
  • TX: Warm weather gets vines growing earlier than normal
  • TX: Total Wine opening Dallas store
  • WA: Workshop: Weathering the Weather
  • EUROPE
  • Bordeaux chateaux played a 'bad strategy' over 2011 en primeur
  • Late frost damage to over 10% of Austrian vineyards
  • THE UK
  • Low alcohol wine essential to future of the trade
  • 5m bottles of English fizz to be sold by 2015
  • Negociants UK wants to be number one Aus & NZ specialist
  • Penfolds launches Grange 07 in Europe and 'first-ever' Bin 169
  • UK Lower-alcohol wines to grow to 6% of off-trade
  • OH CANADA!
  • Nova Scotia Winery Gains Investor
  • Perdue winery makes it into the big league
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Aussie Garagistes
  • 2012 New Zealand Wine Expo held in Beijing
  • NZ: Wine pioneer looks back
  • OZ: Hunter winery calls for mine probe
  • OZ: Small bio-dynamic WA winery fronts world's biggest wine expo
  • OZ: Wineries expand bottling operations
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine Cellars and Aging Wine with Gary Vaynerchuk and Joseph & Curtis.

  • May 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Pernod Ricard 'expects' to retain consumer confidence despite fake Jacob's Creek seizures
  • Marketing wine to minorities: Part 2
  • Napa County orders Sattui's 'Castle’ to stop church services
  • Farm Loans From USDA Get Easier (.pdf)
  • Life's tough for 5th Column Wine E-tailers
  • Coppola's Revamped Sonoma Winery In High Gear
  • Brands That Are Great by Choice
  • Aussie Growers shocked by repayment demands over bankrupt winery
  • Oregon wants to double UK sales within three years
  • New York State Wine Outlet to Open in Shanghai, China
  • Sichel: Bordeaux 2011 “messy and bloody
  • Americans look to beverages' healthful attributes (No mention of wine)
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Concha y Toro disembarks in LIWF 2012
  • Brown-Forman Fourth Quarter Earnings Release and Conference Call
  • Petrus, Diamonds Test Chinese Demand at $258 Million Sale
  • 1855 claims return to profit in 2011
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Social Media Marketing in the American and French Wine Industry
  • What Wine Club Members Want
  • The Top Eight Wine Ecommerce Sites for Wines
  • GeoTourism - We Should Care About This!
  • Toast this trend: Hong Kong's teaching wine shops
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Social vs Traditional Media in Wine Marketing
  • Is blogging killing wine writing?
  • Let’s hear it from the guys on wine blogging
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Copper fining kills reductive aromas but also wine character
  • The Effect of Long-Term Organic Compost Treatment On Soil and Grape Quality
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Vineyard seminar slated for CSUSM
  • Napa Cricket Club Makes Debut
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IL: Antioch residents aren't fine with winery proposal
  • NY: Long Island Wineries Set Out to Prove Their Green Cred
  • NY: Wine Industry Speaks Out Against New Special Events Code
  • OH: Beer and wine stay on the menu at state fair
  • SC: Ousted after demanding wine for Mass, Charleston County jail chaplain claim
  • TX: Warm weather gets vines growing earlier than normal
  • TX: Total Wine opening Dallas store
  • WA: Workshop: Weathering the Weather
  • EUROPE
  • Bordeaux chateaux played a 'bad strategy' over 2011 en primeur
  • Late frost damage to over 10% of Austrian vineyards
  • THE UK
  • Low alcohol wine essential to future of the trade
  • 5m bottles of English fizz to be sold by 2015
  • Negociants UK wants to be number one Aus & NZ specialist
  • Penfolds launches Grange 07 in Europe and 'first-ever' Bin 169
  • UK Lower-alcohol wines to grow to 6% of off-trade
  • OH CANADA!
  • Nova Scotia Winery Gains Investor
  • Perdue winery makes it into the big league
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Aussie Garagistes
  • 2012 New Zealand Wine Expo held in Beijing
  • NZ: Wine pioneer looks back
  • OZ: Hunter winery calls for mine probe
  • OZ: Small bio-dynamic WA winery fronts world's biggest wine expo
  • OZ: Wineries expand bottling operations
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine Cellars and Aging Wine with Gary Vaynerchuk and Joseph & Curtis.

  • May 23, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Foreclosure Sale Set For Diamond Oaks’ Calistoga Vineyard
  • Barron's Weekly: Time To Pluck the Grape
  • Aussies say El Nino may return this year
  • Maple Creek Winery Goes on Block
  • Growers concerned about proposed water regulations
  • New Bollinger bottle to reduce oxidation rate
  • State court upholds Sonoma County's firing of ag commissioner
  • Bodegas Fariña Aims To Make Name For Spain’s Toro Region In U.S.
  • TTB Won’t Be Raiding Your Business Over Home-made Infusions… Yet
  • Startup Likelii lands $450G To Fix "Obsolete" Euro Wine Sales System
  • Climate Change & Business: Evidence from Australia's Margaret River Region (.pdf)
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Concha Y Toro profit falls 19%
  • Liv-ex: First Growth releases fail to spark trade
  • Bordeaux shines at Acker Merrall & Condit wine auction
  • HEALTH & THE GLOBAL ANTI-ALCOHOL RESURGENCE
  • Alcohol industry "putting booze before babies"
  • Myths About Red Wine "Miracle" Molecule Debunked
  • Red wine in cancer trial
  • Low-alcohol lovers have high-alcohol winemakers worried
  • Keeping Mum: Everyone's talking teetotal
  • UK government pledges to intervene in alcoholics’ lives
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • A Study in Contrasts and Ideas About Branding
  • Tame your Customer Lists with Customer Segmentation
  • Turning Around Digital Wines Sales Strategies
  • Young drinkers reach for sweet, fizzy moscato wines
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • What motivated wine bloggers to start blogging
  • Wine Ratings: Bad Science or Good Guess?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Erath Funds Oregon State-Trained Taste Testers To Evaluate Experimental Wines
  • Riesling scale may help you select wine you want
  • Wine Ratings: Bad Science or Good Guess?
  • BERGER: What is the greatest wine?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • 2013 Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium Expands to Larger Venue
  • Placer County “community center” winery plans opposed
  • Masut Hires Tincknell & Tincknell For Nat'l Sales & Marketing
  • Robert Oatley, LangeTwins Sign Distro Deal
  • Thinking pre-Auction thoughts of Napa Valley
  • Napa Vintners Achieve Geographic Recognition in Canada
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NJ: Red Tape Impedes Direct Sales
  • NY: Producers “believe” in UK market
  • EUROPE
  • Branding key to Portuguese progress
  • Champagne is no en primeur Bordeaux, warns European Fine Wines
  • Champagne Jacquart lines up acquisitions
  • Bordeaux 2011: Mouton release follows raft of big-name discounts
  • THE UK
  • Co-op: English wine drinkers more educated
  • Wine trade must recruit more drinkers
  • New UK wine carton can win over fine wine producers - Tetra Pak
  • OH CANADA!
  • Niagara College gets $678,510 for food and bev research
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Malaysian free trade agreement a boost for smaller wine producers
  • NZ: Liquidator places River Farm vineyards on the market
  • OZ: Volunteers stream to the Riverina to help with flood damage
  • OZ: Vines wither after St George floods
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • BRICs to surge by 80% in red wine in next five years
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Torres to release Chile’s first premium País blend
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Jesus on a Wine-Flavored Popsicle
  • Not all private labels are alike
  • Women in Wine: The Three Graces
  • Tyler wines and Chateau Your Name
  • Wine from southern France worth stocking up on right now
  • How to track down the wine you want
  • The 12 Types of Wine Lovers: Which One are You?
  • Red grapes, a matter of tannins

  • May 22, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Washington State Heads Down the Tied-House Rabbit Hole
  • Euro crisis could spark wine investment boom
  • Want life insurance? Stay away from the vineyard
  • Terlato Partners With Kim And Erica Crawford On NZ Venture
  • Vintage variation not just Old World issue
  • The world’s most powerful drinks brands ranked and rated
  • Consumers Don't Care That Much About Wine
  • The REALITY of Being a 5th Column Company
  • Defining the “Fifth Column” of Wine
  • Resnicks' POM not so wonderful, says judge
  • Is “Wine on Tap” a More Sustainable, Drinkable Alternative?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Beringer Rolls Out White Zin Moscato
  • Beringer launches entry-level premium range
  • Liv-ex: Pichon Baron closes the gap
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red wine: Healthy elixir or a lot of hype?
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Sell wine not offers, supermarkets warned
  • Italian “Legacy” labels stage a comeback in America
  • What can we learn from General Motors pulling $10M ad spend from Facebook?
  • Marketing Wine to the Next Generation
  • Discussing Wine Sales with Non-Industry People
  • Wineries Need to Jump On the AntiSocial Media Band Wagon
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Natural wine means nothing
  • Rethinking Chilean Sauvignon Blanc
  • Heimoff: Why I score Chard higher than Sauv Blanc
  • What Wine Is For: An Epicurean Response
  • Are Petrol Notes In Aged Riesling A Fault?
  • Drinking dry or sweet: The debate continues
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • It's a Hand-Sell Summer for Sierra Foothills Wineries
  • Mondavi family launching divine wines
  • Napa's Meritage resort debuts $40 million expansion
  • Lori Narlock Joins Chandon as site event and wine communication manager
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Nominations Open for 2012 Wine Blog Awards
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AL: Wine bill withers in legislative session
  • ID: Washington Company Hopes to Put Idaho Wine on the Map
  • MN: New winery is latest addition to expanding industry WARNING: Annoying video spawns without permission.
  • OR: Piedmont producers share vat of knowledge
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Using UV-fluorescence to Detect Grey Mold (Botrytis cinerea) Infections
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Wine to be packed in cartons in the UK for the first time
  • Bordeaux 2011 Prices Cut as Much as 45%
  • Commercial wine brands can work in UK independents
  • OH CANADA!
  • LCBO now selling more local wine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Australian Vintage launches 5.5% abv wine
  • NZ Wine Company seeks way to repay debt
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Vinexpo Asia-Pacific preview
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • “Argentina’s torrontés ups its game”
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Leaving Wall Street for Wine Country
  • White Wine vs Red Wine Process
  • What is Wine Ullage?
  • Doc Hendley on Wine to Water Charity, Death Threats WARNING: Annoying video spawns without permission.
  • WANDERING HEADLINE
  • Alto Adige Wines, Laura Maniec, MS and the Guild of Sommeliers Partner to ... WHAT?

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