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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

  • October 25, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Brown-Forman Management Shakeup
  • Salinas Valley wine biz slow growing
  • Beer Sales Bouncing Back
  • Fake MW targets trade on social media
  • Screaming Eagle phenom “not healthy”
  • Silicon Valley Bank Wants Participants In State of the Industry Report
  • The buying a winery shell game
  • Vintank's Wine Competitions with Jet Fuel
  • New study: Expensive Wines Perceived As Better
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: South Okanagan has spectacular havest
  • BC: Pinheads spoil wine fundraisers
  • B.C. Steps Up Green Energy
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Disputed Graton winery wins county approval
  • Helen Keplinger Leaves Bryant Family Vineyard
  • Flash Wine a Hot Business
  • Storm prompted busy Napa harvest weekend
  • Backyard winemaking flourishes in Bay Area
  • Wine Train seeks longer platform for Napa stop
  • Gallo keeps on boozing: buys Shakers Vodka trademark
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Wine, Snacks, and Naps May Be Secrets to Long Life
  • 'Dirt cheap' alcohol cause of 'mayhem'
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Pre-filled wine glasses at Sainsbury's
  • Safeway, Truett-Hurst Partner On Occasion-Based Wine
  • $20 Malbec, Argentina’s new move
  • Wineries' paltry websites under fire
  • Selling wine by telling stories
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Pernod Ricard reports 'good sales' in Q1 but says growth slowing
  • Pernod sees profit growth slowing as Asia cools
  • Why Diageo Is Up 23% This Year
  • Constellation Brands Stays Neutral
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Twisted Logic: Writing About Wine in New Orleans
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Cuomo Halts Onerous Wine Industry Regs
  • NY: Wine, beer summit kicks off in Albany
  • OR: Embattled state iquor chief steps down
  • OR: Winery opponents, not LUBA, muddle land-use law
  • TX: Wine-storage business building facility in Fort Worth
  • WA: A look inside the new Ancient Lakes AVA
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Bulk Wine Flextanks: Aussie Product Of The Year
  • Chinese tastes shape Aussie wine strategies
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • My Tuscan Family Reunion
  • 7 Blind Men Taste Old Bordeaux Wines Blind from 1926 to 2003

  • October 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Ram’s Gate Sues Former Broker/Attorney Over Roche Winery Acquisition
  • Wine auction market shrinking, Lafite bubble bursts
  • The History of Amazon and Wine: What Has Changed?
  • Got Breast Cancer? Here Come Marketers With Wine That Causes It
  • SymphonyIRI: Gen-Xers Frugal Ways, Overall Consumer Sentiment Up
  • Craft beer is overtaking wine
  • Vintners: Don't be Frightened by Bioterrorism Act Rules
  • What kind of wine goes with fracking?
  • Aussie Weather Bureau ditches El Nino forecast
  • Peñaflor group will invest USD 91 million in Argentina
  • The Truth About The Three-Tier System's Legal Consumer Fraud
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lodi Gains Visibility
  • New Perspectives on California Rhone Reds
  • Wildfires force ranchers into tough choices
  • HARVEST 2012
  • App Links Grapegrowers and Buyers
  • Sonoma's 'Excellent' Harvest Brings Economic Relief
  • Napa Harvest: It's a Grind
  • Burgundy faces smallest harvest since 1950s
  • Arizona wine industry celebrates 2012 harvest
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex valuations
  • Famed French Restaurant To Sell Off Pre-French Revolution Cognacs
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • What writers really say about wines we don't like
  • When should a winery wave the white flag?Living Wine
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Pinot Noir: to blend or vineyard designate?
  • Tuning Into Antonio Galloni's Palate
  • Screwcap pioneers gonged, pledge to take over the world
  • Naked Terroir and Biodynamic Wines
  • Understanding how wines taste of growing place increases enjoyment
  • Naked Terroir and Biodynamic Wines
  • From Grape to Glass
  • When Yeasts Run Wild
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Regional Wine Week set for Nov. 12-16
  • IL: Wine industry continues expansion
  • NY: Beer, Wine & Spirits Summit Today
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Vines' Natural Defenses Against Mildew IncreaseS Polyphenol Level
  • New defenses against phylloxera and Grapevine fanleaf virus
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: New partnership boosts viticulture programme
  • New Zealand opens Hong Kong office
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China's top importers on Prats' departure
  • Castel wine tasting first comes to Lhasa
  • Vinitaly Tour reports Importers' view on Asian wine markets
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina's Catena family launches new wines in UK through Enotria
  • Berger on the wines of Chile, Argentina
  • OLIVES
  • Olive oil production outlook: Spain mourns, Italy does not laugh
  • Greek olive oil controlled by British-Dutch companies

  • October 23, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Calif agency says farmworker suit 'risks draining resources'
  • Canadian LCLB Halts Charity Wine Auction
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Sonoma Vines Finishing Strong
  • Sunday’s rain no threat to Napa grape harvest
  • Sustainability At Harvest
  • Wineries call 2012 vintage a success
  • North Bay vintners prepared for powerful rains
  • The Harvest Is Over. Long Live The Vintage.
  • The 2012 Harvest Report- Bane or Blessing?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Judge rules in favor of providing extra water habitat for Santa Ana sucker
  • Delta water gates stay open for salmon
  • Oakstone's New Owners Know The Territory
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Michigan Alcohol Law and the Politics of Corruption
  • Decipher Penn LCB Clues, Taxpayers Lose
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian Retail Wine Sales Decline in August
  • California firm sues BC over 30-year-old water deal
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Reasons to Market Wine to Women
  • Argentine Malbec: The best value in red wine today
  • The world boom of Muscat
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Pinotage Persecuted in WSJ
  • Dale Robertson, a Populist Among Wine Writers
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • White Rhône-style blends on the rise
  • Terroir: Who Cares?
  • Natural wine is an unnecessarily divisive subject
  • Why Overoaked Wines Get High Scores
  • Bitter the Devil You Know
  • Stupid tasting notes
  • Unreasonable Prejudices
  • A vote against disgorgement dates: Peter Wasserman
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Removing Smoke Taint with Fining Agents
  • Oxygen and Wine: What’s Too Much and Too Little?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Why Liv-ex data is the industry standard
  • Treasury Wine says wine glut is over
  • 1855: appeals for witnesses, for evidence (in French)
  • Jancis Robinson Rails Against Fine Wine Purely As Investment
  • Treasury hit by 2011 harvest
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Treasury, Woolies back healthier (low-alc) wines
  • Low Alcohol Sparkler Hits Aussie Supermarkets
  • Alcohol companies target African-American youth
  • Wine improves pig heart
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: New York Wines in China: Opportunities, Challenges and a Unique Education
  • NY: Ravines Wine Cellars Expands
  • EUROPE
  • Magrez Buys Clos Haut-Peyraguey in Sauternes
  • Champagne fraudsters jailed
  • THE UK
  • High taxes killing beer sales
  • UK to become expert resource centre for global wine supply
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Chinese money a rich harvest for winery
  • NZ: Farming: Best and worst of times
  • NZ wine looks to cement Asia presence
  • OZ: Call for wine taxes to be simplified as grape glut ends, new markets open
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Extreme Wine South Africa: Oldest Living Wine?
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Do you Need to Lay Down Wines with a Synthetic Cork?
  • What's in a corkscrew?
  • In Bordeaux, wine classes for kids
  • OLIVE OIL
  • How 'extra-virgin' is your olive oil?
  • With olive oil, freshness counts more than cost

  • October 22, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Treasury Wines earnings down, shares slide
  • Chiquita drops Calif grapes, deciduous fruit
  • The Best President for the Wine Business is ...?
  • “Liquor has no medical benefit." - Oregon Sec'y of State on Pot Measure
  • FTC Issues Revised Green Advertising Guidelines
  • Rude wine label causing trouble in US
  • Happy Days Again for Merlot?
  • Aussie Vineyard Prices Down 30-50%
  • Italy approves synthetic closures for DOC, DOCG
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Parts of North Bay to become foreign trade zone
  • Prop. 37 Divides California Wine Industry
  • The Napa Vine Nerds
  • Kermit Lynch's 40th Anniversary
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Rain won't dampen the spirits of North Coast grape growers
  • Wine Prices Expected to Increase with Low Euro Grape Harvest
  • Oregon Volunteers harvest grapes
  • 'Catastrophic' year for Swedish wineries
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Alberta's Bizarre Position on Wine Shipping Law Reform
  • Allow wineries to sell anywhere in Canada
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Australia's Treasury Wine says sees strong H2
  • Treasury’s tipples too large for ISS
  • Ten tips for successful wine investors
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Canadian study 'backs minimum alcohol price benefits'
  • Health benefits of drinking wine: Myth or reality?
  • Drink to your health, but in moderation
  • Is Wine Aged in Wheat-glued Oak Barrels Gluten-free?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Self-Serve Wine Stations New On-Premise Trend
  • Women Prefer Wine and Liquor While Men Prefer Beer
  • Why the French went off wine
  • Breaking the wine sales bottleneck
  • Sweet SEO Case Study
  • MANAGEMENT
  • Manage your Winery Like a Baseball Team.
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The Winestream Media still doesn't understand regional wine
  • "Suckling still has pull"
  • More comments re 'Should Wine Bloggers Matter to Wineries?'
  • AmericanWineryGuide.com: The best resource for wine travel writers
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Does Pinot Noir show terroir than Cabernet Sauvignon?
  • Why do wines vary so much year to year?
  • Champagne 2012 better than legendary ’96?
  • OH CANADA!
  • Bottleneck Drive Announces its New Board
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ME: Farmington couple starts winery
  • NY: Plans unveiled to develop former Gold Seal Winery into a resort
  • PA: LCB directors bring conflicting tales to table
  • WA: WSU raises $17 million for Wine Science Center
  • WA: Preston Wines in Pasco revamping, moving to Richland
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Advantages and disadvantages of cultured yeasts in wine making
  • How Technology Delivers Fine Wines and Fresh Fruits From Vine ...
  • EUROPE
  • Chinese Businessman Opens Negociant In Bordeaux
  • Asian thirst drives demand for 2,500-euro cognac
  • Gironde Producers Experiment With Drive-In Sales Scheme
  • Château Margaux appoints Chinese BDM
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine industry looking up as trend is reversed
  • NZ: Ups and downs of the vintner's luck
  • OZ: Growth of China exports slowing
  • OZ: Wineries Protest Industry History
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wine, Jewelry Trends Point to Bad News for Macau Casinos
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Pomace to Pours, Preservatives, and Power: Dealing with Winery Waste
  • The Grammar of Wine
  • Dog-Friendly Napa Winery Pampers Pooch While You Drink

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