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April 11, 2013TOP NEWS
  • ShipCompliant: NY Ruling Affects "Three Tier Element", Not Producer Direct
  • Are Advertisers the issue in New York?
  • Central Valley fracking project under state investigation
  • Argentina 2013 harvest: 20% bigger than 2012
  • Taxing Alcohol for Profit and Punishment
  • Kurniawan's Court Date Is Set
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Ridge opts for ingredient labelling
  • Sta Rita Hills Vintners Fight Over Terroir-itory
  • California's vineyards getting dry
  • New Exec Dir Santa Barbara County Vintners' Assn
  • State fair looking for wine entries
  • AgCode buys Meristem Technologies
  • Coombsville-—The Road Less Travelled
  • Andis Wines appoints Jenae Plasse COO
  • New SJV Farm Advisor
  • CLIMATE CHANGE ANALYSIS & FOLLOW-UP
  • Aussies raise questions over wine climate change report
  • Wine regions may lose up to 73% of land by 2050
  • Veseth: How Climate Change Redraws the Global Wine Map
  • Heimoff: Napa doesn’t seem to be warming, despite some predictions
  • Calif wine industry ignores climate change warnings
  • Aussies work to ensure grape and wine producers will be climate change ready
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol causes people to eat unhealthy foods
  • Fighting alcohol harm: The EU's strategy under review
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Buying Your Wine from Amazon? Say Hello to Texas
  • Oeno Vaults Aims To Facilitate DtC Wine Shipments
  • eWinery Solutions Offers Free Webinar Series
  • Distributors, Leeches & Rent Seekers in the Wine Biz
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Constellation will double Grupo Modelo output post $4.75bn deal
  • Diageo Has Trouble in India
  • Constellation: Bright Earnings, Dim Guidance
  • Treasury Intros MS Course and Exam Program to Latin America
  • Constellation Discusses Q4 2013 Results
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • 2012 First Growths: how low will they go?
  • Christie's China Debut Video Interview
  • Liquid Gold: The USA's Most Costly Wines
  • Making Money With Wine Investments
  • Fine whine? Billionaire cries foul in vintage sale
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • In general, tasting notes suck
  • Kickstarter funds first Jura wine book
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Analysis: Arizona Law Allowing Wineries and Breweries on Same Premises
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wineries Launch Hello Vino Mobile App Programs For Spring
  • The good, the bad and the funny of celebrity wines
  • WA: JM Cellars Moves Toward Screwcaps on High End Reds
  • 4 Elements of a Well Designed Wine Club Brochure
  • Top 10 low-calorie wine brands
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Paso Robles Cabernet: a new age
  • 1 case, 12 slightly different wines
  • Teen non-prodigy turns into stellar winemaker
  • An "Interview" with Roger Ebert on Wine Criticism
  • OH CANADA!
  • Ontario Liquor Workers Vote For Strike Action
  • Alberta leads country in alcoholic beverage sale growth
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Drink Local Wine, regional wine, and the growth of local
  • MD: Maryland hosts Drink Local Wine conference
  • MI: 80 Years Ago Michigan Launched the Repeal of Prohibition
  • MS: Huge Wine Festival Takes Over Small Town
  • NY: St. James winery, Smithtown officials try to iron out differences
  • OR: Agritourism Boosts Income For Oregon Farms
  • OR: Incentives for Efficient Vineyard Sprayers
  • TX: HIll Country Wine Association Grows
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Groundwater has increasing role in Calif water policy
  • Bordeaux estate to turn carbon emissions into toothpaste
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • New Grape Vine Disease Part 2
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Phélan Ségur takes vineyard data up a gear
  • Cosenza considers Magliocco flagship grape
  • Angola is main buyer of Portuguese wine outside European Union
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • C&D Wine suffer 150 million loss as China wine market return to reason
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • S. Africa Raisin Processors May Struggle to Buy Crop
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Race of the Rooster: How Chianti earned its famous emblem
  • Yes, you can freeze wine for another time
  • Wine and the Greatest Story Ever Filmed
  • 5 Wine Myths Busted
  • These days, a man’s place is definitely in the kitchen
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive Polyphenols May Affect Learning and Memory
  • New Seal Program Aims to Regain Consumer Confidence

  • April 10, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Bad News For ShipCompliant in New York State
  • Time to Widen View of US Wine Scene
  • Koch V. Greenberg: Plenty of Punches, No Knockout Blows
  • Californian Sales Fall, US Consumption Up
  • The time is now for comprehensive immigration reform
  • Constellation Brands' profit tops Street estimates
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Ag office confirms banner year for Napa grapes
  • Water tunnel plans call for highway rerouting
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • Franchise Laws and Diageo's Recent Distributor Termination Action in Missouri
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Flea Market Finds for Mobile POS
  • GrapePip bids to be the eBay of the wine trade
  • Q&A: Anthony Terlato, U.S. Wine Importer/Producer
  • Foodie Finds For wine, CapaBunga is quicker than cork
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Nearly half use social networking while on toilet -- or drunk
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Family businesses prove resilient in tough times
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • EWBC 13: speakers for the Rioja conference
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The mystery of soils and wines, part 3
  • Graffigna and Riedel create Malbec glass
  • Society of Wine Educators Offers e-Learning to the Beverage and Hospitality Industries
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: Verde Valley Wine Consortium holds symposium
  • OR: Off to see the vineyard wizard
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • WA: Record Attendance At Grape Meeting
  • New Fruit Equipment At World Ag Expo
  • A Couple Red Blotch Weblinks
  • Using Carrageenan or Pectin as Possible Alternatives to Bentonite for Protein Removal in White Wines
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Bordeaux 2012: Dry whites to offer Sauternes producers cash flow
  • English sparkling wine could be biggest threat to Champagne sales
  • Pre-orders for Naked Wines' ProWein discovery sold in 24 hours
  • Italian producers look to international growth to escape domestic economy
  • Bordeaux 2012: A good vintage but a hard sell
  • Château Ausone dubs St Emilion classification “a mess”
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine tax = a hot topic
  • OZ: Cellar door subsidy removal could spell disaster for wine industry
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Great Vintage, Says Distell, With Grapes Ripening At Lower Sugars
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive Oil Used to Traffic Illegal Drugs

  • April 09, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Calif can kiss its vineyards goodbye (Scroll down for global perspectives on newest climate study)
  • Koch's Crusade Against Fake Wine: Money Is The Least Of It
  • Christie’s to Be First Foreign Independent Auction House in China
  • Top wine M&A players see opportunities
  • Privately Funded Wine Research: It's About Disclosure
  • HVS Hong Kong Releases The Greater China Quarterly Newsletter
  • HEALTH
  • Health Advocates Push To Tax And Regulate Responsible Drinkers
  • Americans Hold Dangerous Misperceptions About Risks of Heavy Drinking
  • A glass of wine a day will not affect a woman's chance of beating breast cancer
  • Fingertip alcohol scanner launches today
  • GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON NEWEST CLIMATE CHANGE STUDY
  • Wine Production Seen Shifting From Bordeaux to NZ on Climate (Bloomberg)
  • Scientists unveil world wine map by 2050 (video map of changes)
  • Heat to shift wine industry tradition (some skepticism)
  • Scientists eye Montana's wine -producing potential
  • Climate change threatens world’s fine wines
  • Aussie Wineries on the move as climate change bites
  • Climate changes for wine regions could mean hangovers for wildlife
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Millions Blown in Border Bleed
  • ME: New strategy to tap into NH liquor sales bonanza
  • Protectionist Law Proposed In New York Would Hit Wine Consumers Hardest
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Constellation: Justice Dept. tentatively OK with brewery deal
  • Accolade gains listings for higher tier Australian ranges
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Price Of 2010 Pape Clement Up 45% After 100-Point Rating
  • Bordeaux 2012: Gavin Quinney's weather report
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • How to improve the use of social media in the wine business?
  • Vintners debate demand for price hikes
  • UK Blossom Hill to be sold in 50cl bottles
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Neal Martin leaves Argentine wines: Who will be appointed as his successor?
  • Server says, "Let me take that wine away" and disappears
  • Washington Wine: More Than the Sum of Its Parts?
  • Alain Ducasse on technology, terroir and tippling
  • Loving Wine The Asimov Way
  • DISTRIBUTOR NEWS
  • Southern Appoints Truzzolino SrVP, Sales for Beam
  • Deutsch Acquires Eppa SuperFruit Sangria
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • How to Measure the Success of a Multichannel PR Campaign
  • The Best Advice About Working in PR
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • 2013 Wineries Unlimited Conference Draws Crowd
  • DLW13 approaches – with some love from Jancis Robinson
  • AZ: New law allows sisters to make wine, beer on same land
  • NJ: Royal Wine hires Douglas Simon
  • NY: New Finger Lakes winery focuses exclusively on Riesling
  • PA: Vineyard Terroir Threatened
  • WA: CWU's wine program director heading to France
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Margaux trialing “voodoo” biodynamics
  • Figeac “won’t change” under Rolland
  • Demand for English wine as Rathfinny plants more vines
  • Cite des Civilisations du Vins opens US endowment fund
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Spring brings threats of frost, but technology provides vineyard protection
  • USDA Opens Applications for Rural Business Relending Program
  • Nightmare Issues For California Growers
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina Wine Specialist Vine Connections Branches Into Chile

  • April 08, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Wine Sales in US Reach New Record High
  • Scientists Concerned Over Vineyard Impact in New Places
  • Franco Biondi Santi dies aged 91
  • Pomerol's Catherine Péré Vergé Dies
  • Tragedy strikes Grupo Modelo: 7 staff killed
  • China: Ningxia to produce 5 million vines per year
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & DISTRIBUTOR SLEAZE
  • Wine Distro ‘buys’ NY bill: could cost consumers $7 a bottle
  • Critics stomp on stained wine pol
  • At rest legislation again haunts New Yorkers
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa wine reps will accompany Governor to China
  • Stags' Leap Winery expansion approved
  • Naked In Napa: Regs Snarl Tasting Room
  • Campaign to Stop Calif Last Call Extension
  • Central Coast Vineyard Team Grows
  • Coffaro’s Historical Petite Sirah Field Blend in Dry Creek
  • Eagle Eye Produce, The Grape Guys form new company
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Privatization, Trade Issues and Fraud
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Constellation Statement Regarding Discussions with DOJ
  • Lanson group records loss of earnings
  • Central European Distribution Creditors Approve Restructuring
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Koch wine fraud case turns personal
  • En primeur unhindered by Latour opt out
  • HEALTH
  • New Study: Alcohol Brands Underage Drinkers Prefer
  • A Drink a Day Raises Cancer Risk, Study Says
  • Distaste arises on wine health claims
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Why Join a Wine Club that Ships Adult Diapers?
  • Memes and merlot: Online wine options mature
  • Finding wine when it's not on the shelf
  • Vine Street Imports' owner dishes about Aussie wines
  • VinItaly 2013, Day One: Impressions and Highlights
  • CONNECTING THE DOTS
  • Italy's Wine Consumption Hits New Low
  • Italian Producers Chase Slice Of Chinese Market
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • More than price to consider when purchasing a winery asset
  • Grape Growing & The Jobless Rate
  • If Women Can Take Over the Wine Industry, What Can't They Do?
  • Q&A: Giancarlo Bianchetti of Viña Concha y Toro
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • In praise of real wine journalism
  • Wine-theme novel about Ningxia to make TV series
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Talkin’ and thinkin’ about tasting
  • California Chardonnay is back ... again
  • Chardonnay clones: how much do they matter?
  • That Poopy Smell In Your Wine…It’s All Good
  • Tasting Wine With Tony Terlato
  • California's Golden Oldies Reward Savvy Wine Buyers
  • The mystery of soils and wines, part 2
  • 10 years on tasting highlights peculiarity of Bordeaux 2003
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IL: Sycamore gets a taste of wine - Dekalb Daily
  • MI: Report Sees Increase In Michigan Wine Grapes
  • ND: Makes Direct Shipping Easier for Wineries and Retailers
  • NY: New Winery Opens In Jefferson County
  • OH: A winery grows in urban soil, could revive tough neighborhood - Plain Dealer
  • OR: Asia Remains Top Export Buyer For Farm Products
  • WA: August Wine Group Aims For 150,000 Cases
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Wine grape frost protection concerns grow with water scarcity
  • Central Valley irrigators rebuffed by appellate court
  • How much do you know about Napa Green?
  • Organic isn't a passing fad for some wineries
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Guarding Against Red Blotch
  • Metabolic Changes in Grapes After Botrytis cinerea Infection
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Bordeaux's Château Figeac Not for Sale
  • Aussie Wine trade out to boost presence in Europe
  • Going back to nature: the UK’s first biodynamic vineyard
  • Most Merlot on record for Haut-Brion 2012
  • Margaux to release third wine
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Suppliers' trading terms punish independents
  • Inflexible trading terms: Diageo, Treasury Wine respond
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Time is now for Kiwi winemakers in China
  • China-Australia Winemaker exchange
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Cline Family Buys The Olive Press

  • April 05, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Champagne Thieves Sentenced, Wine Still Missing
  • An Open Letter To The Industry from a Woman Vintner
  • Koch's Bad Trip A Cautionary Tale For Collectors
  • China's Newly Rich Take Lessons in Wine Etiquette
  • Tasting wine? Don’t try so hard
  • Interview: John Grant, Managing Director, Beringer at Treasury
  • Controversy in Bordeaux over Decanter-Shaped Winery
  • Scandinavia: The Next Great Wine Region?
  • Languedoc promo to capitalize on US Export Success
  • Rainy marks start of Calif heat illness prevention program
  • Can Kids Go To Jail For Accessing Your Wine Site?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • SJV farmland prices keep climbing
  • Planners approve more wine storage in Napa airport area
  • Kokomo Winery Launches 2nd Vintage of Sonoma State Cellars
  • Frank Leeds named 2013 Napa Valley Grower of the Year
  • Interview: Bo Barrett of Chateau Montelena
  • New Napa Valley Winery Launches
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Low-Alcohol Wine Must Taste Better For Sales To Grow
  • Virgin's new wine parties are absolutely Fabulous
  • BC To Fund Food and Wine Awareness in Penticton
  • Drop in profits for Direct Wines
  • MW trio launch new wine platform
  • Plea to the People of France: Drink More Wine!
  • Wine suppliers criticise skills of Aussie supermarket buyers
  • Richard Siddle: Why the world of wine is getting smaller by the day
  • @BarefootWine Cellars: Making Giant Steps in the Community
  • INVESTING, & AUCTIONS
  • Spain Joins Asian Collectors' Must-Have List
  • Hugh Johnson cellar to go under the hammer
  • Bans for ex-directors of Fine Wine Vintners
  • Liv-ex 100 welcomes in 2010s
  • El Bulli Cellar, Petrus Raise $8.8 Million In Hong Kong
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • What You Really Need to Know About Office Drinking
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Sleaze: Pay us money, and we'll give your clients coverage
  • Gregutt: what’s your story?
  • The marketplace value of Jancis, Galloni, Asimov, McInerney and Matthews
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Really Old Wines: What goes around comes around
  • Good Cab Is Easy To Find; Priceworthy Cab Is A Rarer Bird
  • Q&A: Jeremy Seysses, Domaine Dujac
  • New Thinking in the Brett Debate
  • The Most Significant Planting of Zinfandel
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Pennsylvania's Medieval Wine and Spirit Laws
  • Philadelphia's 15% Drink Tax
  • KY Gov Signs Bill to Repeal Ban on Election Day Alcohol Sales
  • WV: Earlier Sunday sales of beer and wine dead
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Interest in online wine surges
  • Meet Swirl It, A Location-Focused iOS App For Wine Drinking And Discovery
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Expect More Rain To Come With Warmer Climate
  • Field Grafting Offers Solution for New York Producers
  • Irrigation wastewater may be answer to damaged soils
  • Red blotch: the grapevines’ newest threat
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Accolade's diamond Geyser
  • AB InBev Near Final Agreement With U.S. Over Modelo Deal
  • Diageo declines to lift United Spirits offer price
  • Kenya to sell stake in wine and spirits firm to S.Africa's Distell
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Mont Tauch enters administration
  • German wine stocks at all-time low
  • Bordeaux 2012: Chateau Raymond Lafon not to release 2012
  • Matthieu Kauffmann Resigns As Bollinger's Chef De Cave
  • Rhone Valley ramps up wine tourism strategy
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Strong dollar forces Brown Brothers to turn away from UK
  • OZ: Hopes high for 2013 vintage
  • OZ: Wine producers warned of festival sca
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Indulge in China's Latest Export
  • Japan’s wine industry has potential to succeed globally
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The truth about sulfites in wine
  • Making music with wine glasses
  • Of Church Bells And Diversity, Notes On Consumerism
  • Jancis takes on American Wine

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