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September 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Low yields characterise global 2012 grape harvest
  • Early holiday shopping forecasts suggest good news for restaurants
  • How Will You Keep Up With Changes In DtC?
  • Leading climatologist: "Napa will be a table grape region"
  • West Coast Liquor Privatization Update
  • US wine marketing in Asia effort "pathetic"
  • Congress Evacuates D.C. Without New Farm Bill
  • Wineries' Direct Shipments Reach $1.4 Billion
  • China's corruption crackdown takes shine off luxury boom
  • Is a US 'chateau' worthy to be sold in France?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Export market heats up for Sonoma County
  • SJCPC allows wineries to expand in San Joaquin County
  • California Vintage Wine Bars Gain Traction in Hong Kong
  • HARVEST 2012
  • SLO grapes are looking great
  • Bordeaux White Grape Harvest Seen As Promising
  • WA: 2012 Harvest Gets Hazy
  • NY wine grape crop high in quality, lower yield
  • Napa Valley: 2012 brings a healthy crop of options
  • NY: Wineries laud quality of this year's grape crop
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo Stock Is Expensive At The Current Price
  • World Record Prices At Hong Kong Auction
  • Diageo May Be Close To Deal With Mallya’s UB Group
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • A Pinot a Day: Is a Little Wine Really Good for You?
  • Aussie Wine industry adopting health warnings
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wineries get wired for China
  • How Consumer Behavior Differs Across the Economic Spectrum
  • Sales Professionals Deserve our Respect
  • Somebody in The Wine Business
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • On getting asked to reconsider a wine’s score
  • The Nose Knows: Differences in Olfactory Perception Between Experts and Novices
  • Wine Bloggers on the Bosphorus
  • Restaurant Wine by Ronn Wiegand - Submitting Samples
  • The Feiring Line, the kickstarter campaign is live! (4 days left)
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Mr. Kramer Goes Overboard—“Reserve” Wines Are Not “Bunco”
  • Does it all have to be Cabernet and Chardonnay?
  • Wine Tasting Blind: The Label Project Contest
  • China's wealthy still developing taste for wine
  • From idea to reality in ten weeks: Ningxia Wine Challenge underway in China
  • OH CANADA!
  • Wines of BC: Looking to a fresh future
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Atypical Aging in White Wine
  • Modern science made me turn to Biodynamic viticulture
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KS: Wineries concerned about new law
  • MI: New Northern Michigan Winery Hawthorne Vineyards Now Open
  • MO: Summit Lake Winery to close after foreclosure
  • NJ: Southern Shore yields fine wines
  • NV: Sin City's Whimsical Wine Country
  • OR: State wine, 50 years in the making
  • VA: Wine summit
  • WA: Some winners, some losers in liquor privatization
  • EUROPE
  • SW France's native grapes rescued from near pariah status
  • French vineyard uncorks 'Swedish' champagne
  • Domaine Gerovassilou: Small is good
  • Saint-Emilion Rankings Offer Winners
  • The wine in Spain is hard to explain
  • THE UK
  • Top wine merchant Patrick Sanderman plunges to death in skydive tragedy
  • Bottleneck predicted for English sparkling
  • SOHO Wine signs deal with Vici Wines to expand business
  • Napa's Stag's Leap Winery switches to Berkmann
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine Australia wows Japan
  • OZ: Geelong declared free of devastating grapevine pest
  • OZ: Riverland irrigators squeezed
  • NZ: US deal big boost to winery
  • OZ: No decision yet on fatal winery blast prosecution
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India can become one of world's leading wine producers
  • 8 things to know about selling wine in China
  • Debra Meiburg rounds off Brazilian wine's China tour
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Wines of Chile: A full story to tell
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Morocco wine, forbidden fruit
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • One Night in Tennessee: Bardolino, Baptists & Band-Aids
  • Why Your Next Bottle Will Be Zinfandel

  • September 21, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Chinese Buy The First Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé?
  • Vintners Hall of Fame: Chavez, Parker,Schoonmaker, Edwards
  • Staglin Family Winery raises $6.1 million for mental health
  • Alabama Alco-Taliban raid store, seize homebrewing equipment
  • Virgin Wines launches second interactive 'Virtual Winery'
  • Sierra Foothills Harvest Update: Andis Wines (Amador County)
  • Low-Sulfite Wines: What Drives Likelihood of Purchase?
  • Wrapped wine goes nuts in USA
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • San Joaquin County Planners approves St. Jorge Winery expansion
  • Santa Barbara's Urban Wine Trail: too big to fail to organize
  • Debate continues over San Joaquin County winery event rules
  • Lompoc not glam, but its wines are divine
  • Bo Barrett Interview
  • BOXES, SCREW TOPS, SNOBS & PROFESSORS
  • Corks and screw caps: Can wine consumers taste the variation?
  • The screwtop gets some attention–and respect
  • Price not prejudice drives consumers’ wine choice
  • Wine drinkers ditch prejudice towards lower alcohol and boxed wines
  • British wine snobs learning to love screw tops and boxes
  • Why today's drinkers have stopped turning their noses up at wine in a box
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo Said to Be in Advanced Talks for United Spirits Stake
  • The Wine Investment Association: important to get it right
  • Liv-ex: Angelus and Pavie lead Bordeaux 2009s
  • Sotheby’s announces ex-cellar Krug sale
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Why Antonio Galloni matters now more than ever
  • Robert M. Parker Jr. Is In; What Now?
  • U.S. Distrust in Media Hits New High
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • No More Wine List Decisions
  • All Hail Grenache
  • Historian Marni Davis & Kosher Wine, New York
  • Never mind the quality
  • How do I judge if a wine is off – sniff or sip?
  • Pink wines are not always sweet and sugary
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Grape vine nutrient requirements and acquisition
  • North Coast Gets Access to Flash Extraction
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • PA: New Winery Opens Near Lewisburg
  • OH CANADA!
  • Ontario winery road trip: Featherstone
  • EUROPE
  • St-Emilion Classification Signals Fame and Reputation
  • Spain offers hidden gem in mencia wines
  • Class Unrest in Bordeaux
  • Rhône’s Vidal-Fleury On Upswing After Changes
  • Beyond Rioja: Spain's Other Great Wine Region
  • Think bubbly, think Luxembourg?
  • Czech Trade Group Says Hard-Alcohol Sales, Export Bans Absurd
  • THE UK
  • Wines Market Continues To Grow But Not As Healthy As It May Seem
  • £1m Lidl investment in premium wine
  • Stratford’s enters administration
  • New owner outlines plan for Stratford’s
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Riverland names top winemaker
  • OZ: Protection call for Hunter vineyards
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South African wine pumps up the volume
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Martin Coscia New North American Brand Ambassador For Colome, Amalaya

  • September 21, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Chinese Buy The First Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé?
  • Vintners Hall of Fame: Chavez, Parker,Schoonmaker, Edwards
  • Staglin Family Winery raises $6.1 million for mental health
  • Alabama Alco-Taliban raid store, seize homebrewing equipment
  • Virgin Wines launches second interactive 'Virtual Winery'
  • Sierra Foothills Harvest Update: Andis Wines (Amador County)
  • Low-Sulfite Wines: What Drives Likelihood of Purchase?
  • Wrapped wine goes nuts in USA
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • San Joaquin County Planners approves St. Jorge Winery expansion
  • Santa Barbara's Urban Wine Trail: too big to fail to organize
  • Debate continues over San Joaquin County winery event rules
  • Lompoc not glam, but its wines are divine
  • Bo Barrett Interview
  • BOXES, SCREW TOPS, SNOBS & PROFESSORS
  • Corks and screw caps: Can wine consumers taste the variation?
  • The screwtop gets some attention–and respect
  • Price not prejudice drives consumers’ wine choice
  • Wine drinkers ditch prejudice towards lower alcohol and boxed wines
  • British wine snobs learning to love screw tops and boxes
  • Why today's drinkers have stopped turning their noses up at wine in a box
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo Said to Be in Advanced Talks for United Spirits Stake
  • The Wine Investment Association: important to get it right
  • Liv-ex: Angelus and Pavie lead Bordeaux 2009s
  • Sotheby’s announces ex-cellar Krug sale
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Why Antonio Galloni matters now more than ever
  • Robert M. Parker Jr. Is In; What Now?
  • U.S. Distrust in Media Hits New High
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • No More Wine List Decisions
  • All Hail Grenache
  • Historian Marni Davis & Kosher Wine, New York
  • Never mind the quality
  • How do I judge if a wine is off – sniff or sip?
  • Pink wines are not always sweet and sugary
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Grape vine nutrient requirements and acquisition
  • North Coast Gets Access to Flash Extraction
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • PA: New Winery Opens Near Lewisburg
  • OH CANADA!
  • Ontario winery road trip: Featherstone
  • EUROPE
  • Spain offers hidden gem in mencia wines
  • St-Emilion Classification Signals Fame and Reputation
  • Rhône’s Vidal-Fleury On Upswing After Changes
  • Beyond Rioja: Spain's Other Great Wine Region
  • Think bubbly, think Luxembourg?
  • Czech Trade Group Says Hard-Alcohol Sales, Export Bans Absurd
  • THE UK
  • Wines Market Continues To Grow But Not As Healthy As It May Seem
  • £1m Lidl investment in premium wine
  • Stratford’s enters administration
  • New owner outlines plan for Stratford’s
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Riverland names top winemaker
  • OZ: Protection call for Hunter vineyards
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South African wine pumps up the volume
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Martin Coscia New North American Brand Ambassador For Colome, Amalaya

  • September 20, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Diageo Sued in Cellphone Text Spam Case
  • Barrel Stop Now In Chapter 7 Liquidation
  • FDA Takes a Growing Interest in Winery Safety
  • The California wine industry, from dual perspectives
  • Crushpad’s Structured Solutions Updates Aspect Commercial Clients
  • Overcoming Barriers to Innovation in the Wine Industry
  • Small players the big winners for tomorrow’s vineyard
  • Wine: Chile and China rising
  • US trade negotiators hate consumers
  • TTB Approves Vintage Dating for American Appellation of Origin
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Brunello looks forward to good 2012
  • WI: Hot, dry summer means early grape harvest for some
  • 2012 a "Very Good Year" for Wine
  • South Australia production and prices up in 2012
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Purple Wine & Cechetti Make Inc 5000
  • On The Silverado Trail With Hagafen Cellars
  • Sonoma man pleads no contest in vineyard sprinkler thefts
  • Judge denies preliminary injunction for foie gras ban
  • Livermore's Page Mill Winery keeps name despite move
  • The wines of San Louis Obispo County
  • OH CANADA!
  • Ontario winery road trip: Thirty Bench
  • BC: Di Bello Wines will be made at Okanagan Crush Pad
  • The Okanagan’s Great Search for Signature Grape
  • Inniskillin entwines its roots in a new contemporary label
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Just one glass of wine a day could trigger breast cancer
  • Smoking, drinking tied to earlier pancreatic cancer
  • Calis AlcoActivists target Fresh & Easy's self-checkout liquor sales
  • Australian medics slam social media for marketing alcohol
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Goldman Sets Constellation Price Target at $40
  • Pernod Ricard subsidiary slams Czech spirits ban
  • Petrus 2009 Fetches $50,190 as Top Lot at Hart Davis Hart Sale
  • Liv-ex: Calon pushes on
  • Calon-Ségur prices climbing
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • WineFinder Mobile App Offers New Wine Buying Experience
  • Champagne in Cans – You’ve got to be kidding
  • Beer Now A Big Holiday Gift Item, Competing With Spirits And Wines
  • Alcohol Brands, Consumers Connect on Social
  • More 'Girlfriends' hit wine shelves this fall
  • Diageo launches experiential marketing yacht for John Walker & Sons
  • MANAGEMENT
  • Seven Traits of a Good Keynote Speaker
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • When, where and how should you submit your wines for review?
  • Pathetic PR: Calling all wine coinsures
  • A Piece of Wine News That’s Fit to Spit
  • Wine Grapes – The Most Complete Guide to Vine Varieties and their Wines Ever
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The 47% Wine: Red headed stranger sighted behind closed-doors
  • Wine, Cheese or Friends? What is most important?
  • Make It Taste $20 Better. Learn When To Decant Wine
  • Why it's Time To Stock Up On New Zealand Wines
  • WINE PORNOGRAPHY, GREATER FOOL EDITION
  • Iconic chef first to purchase $168K Penfolds Limited Edition Ampoule in Hong Kong
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Enamoured by the seduction of grenache
  • Institute of Masters of Wine elects first-ever American Chairman
  • Silicon Valley's Roland Micu is America's youngest master sommelier
  • Oregon’s Delicious, Cooler Climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NW Wine: Red blends continue to gain in popularity
  • TX: Wine industry grows
  • UT: Lawmakers balk at gov's ABC nominee
  • VA: Vineyard Science Hayride: September 22nd at Doukenie Winery
  • VA: 1st Annual Virginia Wine Summit for the Trade to Take Place October 2 in Richmond
  • VA: More On Middleburg AVA
  • WA: BevMo Opens Store in Tukwila
  • EUROPE
  • Spain export growth 'substantial'
  • Cru Bourgeois 2010 announced
  • Chateau Croque Michotte owner slams Saint Emilion classification
  • Bordeaux says no to American “chateaux”
  • THE UK
  • Bordeaux Index moves to state-of-the-art warehouse
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Blazing through the north's wine trail
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Changyu chateau named for master vintner Robert Tinlot
  • Increasing rate of wine industry shows inflection
  • Imported wine will be leaving the times of excessive profit
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Salentein launch shows impact of Argentine altitude

  • September 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Wine grape forecast sees tie for 2nd-best
  • Turning Tables: U.S. wine targets Australian market
  • Divining the future: vineyard investment
  • Calif Shiners' Lifestyle Winery Turns Consumers Into Vintners
  • Series Sheds Light on Absurd Alcohol Laws
  • David Freed on 30 Years in the Industry
  • Wine revolutionaries call America home
  • City puts cork in Liberty Hotel's free bubbly, threatens to pull license
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • NYTimes Profiles Central Coast
  • San Joaquin County to review winery expansion requests
  • Gallo Vineyard Purchase Could Boost Grape Prices
  • Innovation Napa Valley summit planned for Oct. 17
  • Portuguese wines in Santa Cruz
  • HARVEST 2012
  • A salute to wine harvest 2012
  • Brunello pres moves to allow emergency irrigation
  • However weird the weather, wine is made the same way
  • Turrentine Weekly Harvest Update
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • "Alcohol strain on heart" - Cause of wine critic death
  • Cutting Down on Drinking May Reduce Risk of Esophageal Cancer
  • Should there be tighter regulation on alcohol advertising ?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • 7 Ways to Get Customer Wine Reviews
  • Alcohol Brands, Consumers Connect on Social
  • The Big Promotional Value of Liquor Mini-Bottles
  • Nielsen Expands Footprint Across 15 Online Ad Platforms
  • Playboy Launches Wine Club For US Aficionados
  • California Wineries Show Sales Slump and Social Media Bump
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Ethics: Wine Advocate speaks at $1,200 Antinori showcase
  • Trust Me…I’m a Wine Publicist
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Notes from a coffee snob, and how they relate to wine
  • Appellation, schmappellation, just send it to the right reviewer please!
  • Blending red grapes the merit in 'Meritage' wines
  • Making wine taste good at 35000 feet
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • How to Really Buy Wine
  • Don't fret too much over food- wine pairings
  • Scientists Uncover the Secrets Behind Champagne's Bubbles
  • Portola Valley's Rhys Vineyards
  • Spreadin’ the love for Petite Sirah
  • No substitute for skill at Lohr
  • A conversation with wine legend Mike Grgich
  • Mondavi taught us to find life in wine
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Solid performance in China market contributes to Pernod Ricard's best growth
  • Czech Liquor Ban Hurts Pernod , Ahold as Search Drags On
  • Constellation Q2 FY 2013 Financial Conference Call Oct. 5
  • Nomura Reaffirms buy Rating on Diageo (DGE)
  • Liv-ex: Market update
  • Diageo recognized by Carbon Disclosure Project
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Thank Your Local Wasp for the Complexity of Your Wine
  • Viticulture Field Day Offers Harvest of Science-based Solutions for Growers
  • Grape vine nutrient requirements and acquisition
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KS: New law for wine
  • NC: Durham ABC board out of compliance in several areas
  • Volunteers pick the season's bounty at Jonathan Eswards Winery
  • TX: Winegrower's move to Viognier grapes profitable move
  • UT: Lax enforcement, actions of few at fault, not liquor laws
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Villa Maria shows off vision for wine
  • OZ: Limestone Coast wine history explored
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Boost for wine industry transformation

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