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September 27, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Treasury Wine Is Shopping Beringer & Everybody Wants It (And Maybe All Of TWE As Well)
  • US - Wine consumption continues to gain strength
  • French Govt NeoDrys Mull Repressive Wine Regs
  • Cal Vineyard Expansion May Be Stymied By Lack Of Water
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY -
  • Showers slow down NW harvest
  • Late hail devastates Spain’s Contino
  • Bordeaux: teetering on the brink
  • Bordeaux 2013 - pre-harvest report
  • Hudson Valley Update
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sonoma Valley Wine Group Lands $357K Federal Grant
  • California’s specialty crop industry gets federal help
  • More questions about the real cost of the governor’s water tunnels
  • Peterson leaves Hope Family Wines for Solterra Strategies
  • Water quality regulations costly to Central valley growers
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • TN: Wine in supermarkets could become reality
  • TN: Key lawmaker in wine bill’s failure willing to reconsider
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Constellation invests in Tetra Pak for Vendange
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • SPI Group Owner Yury Shefler Looks To Expand The Company’s Global Wine Business
  • Russia’s Largest Sparkling Wine Producer Acquires 70% of Italian Winery
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Christie’s sells $25 million in first China auction
  • Sotheby’s to auction wines from Lacoste-Loubat Cellar
  • HEALTH
  • Pregnant woman ’humiliated’ by barman’s refusal to serve her glass of wine
  • France – Damming report on pesticides doesn’t tell the whole story
  • Study Raises Concerns Over Pesticide Residues in French Wines
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • France – Wine industry protests nex taxes, restrictions on ads
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • Bordeaux chateau changes name to bypass Chinese trademark squatters
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Direct Wine Sales Virtual Seminar Scheduled for Oct 17
  • Airlines Give Wineries a Lift
  • The future of wine could be in a can
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Lessons For Wineries: How Tech-Savvy Consumers Are Finding Extra Cash At Their Fingertips
  • Vinzy Connects Good Wines and Consumers
  • Twitter’s global mobile reach: 36% in U.S, 8% in Germany, 64% in Indonesia
  • 3 Trends Driving Video Consumption
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • California’s Minimum Wage will Increase July 1, 2014
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Loam Baby: The Most Brilliant New Wine Writing
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The Influence and Value of Wine Recommendations: A Response
  • How people buy wine: friends vs. scores
  • How size, shape and color of wine glass affect how much you pour
  • Coppola Winery’s Blind Wine Tasting Proves Vino is Best Served in the Dark
  • Uproot uses Infographic on its labels to note taste of wine
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Wineries of Willamette Valley move confidently into the future
  • TX: Total Wine & More will open two Plano stores
  • ACADEMIA
  • Gift allows UI ag students to learn about capital markets
  • Contributions Flow In For Washington Wine Center
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Sauternes & Barsac Producers Study Cooperative
  • Guinness Toast Pits Diageo Against Medics in Irish Beer Row
  • London Cru: welcome to London’s first winery
  • Gusbourne Expands Sparkling Wine in Bid to Compete
  • WSTA Conference confronts digital challenge
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China’s thirst for Aussie wine continues to soar
  • Fine wine sales decline sharply for 2013 Chinese festival
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • The Napa of Baja
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South Africa eyes Nigerian wine market
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 6,000-year-old wine discovered in Greece
  • A Little History of Wine with the Popes of the Past
  • JUST CAN’T MAKE STUFF LIKE THIS UP
  • My daughter’s named after a BEER and WINE!
  • RANDOM WINE REVIEW OF THE DAY
  • From the Random Wine Review Generator
  • "A introverted Kool-Aid aroma and viscous oyster elements are mixed in the 2006 Pinot Noir from Nerf Vineyards."

    September 26, 2013

    September 26, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Constellation Spending $20 Mil To Boost Calif Capacity
  • Southern Loses in Missouri
  • Treasury Debacle Proof That Screwing Consumers Won’t Work
  • US Wine Battles Beer And Spirits For Throat Share
  • Can Ag Do Better than Crop Insurance?
  • French Wine Test Finds Pesticides in Each of 92 Bottles Analyzed
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • SJV Grape growers look for storm damage
  • Wash winemakers enjoy cool reprieve from hot harvest
  • Cooler temperatures come to Washington’s harvest
  • UK: Camel Valley on track for record harvest
  • NZ Indevin invests in major vine planting to meet upswing
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Vintner Panel Stands In For Ousted Treasury CEO At Finance Symposium
  • First crush at Tim Mondavi’s new Continuum winery
  • Santa Maria’s New Wine Island
  • Lodi’s Mediterranean identity reflected by huge diversity of grapes
  • Californians divided on water policy
  • Most Californians want fracking regulated
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Sale of beer, wine in grocery stores not a radical idea
  • TN: Speaker Ramsey predicts supermarket wine will pass
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Montrose ’10 Drops to Lowest Level This Year
  • Pavie and Angélus buoyed by upgrade
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • An Italian Sommelier’s Diary: The Nightmare Table
  • Wine Shop Staff More Influential Than Robert Parker
  • Commentary: Selling Wine To Hispanics
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • ProWine China to be Mainland’s biggest
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • NASCAR Good Ole Boys More Hip To Social Media Than Wine Biz
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Film Somm: Boring and cold.
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Scoring wines: peer group or absolute?
  • Electric Tongue Evaluates Washington Wines
  • Quality Japanese wine? It’s no oxymoron
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Why GMO Wine Grapes Would Be Cool
  • Fermentation key to premox battle
  • Organic growers get host of farming tips
  • Urban fish “masculinized” by chemicals
  • OH CANADA!
  • Criveller Group expanding
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Oregon receives grants to boost specialty crops
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Barolo’s Single-Vineyard Maestro: Bruno Giacosa
  • Europe Sides With Moldova Over Russian Wine Ban
  • DOWN UNDER
  • A wine and a prayer: NZ’s new boozy approach to religion
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Klein Constantia’s Battle To Hold On To The Past
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Essence of Wine: Flaws
  • Versatile mourvedre grape plays second fiddle in many blends
  • OLIVE OIL
  • US Olive Oil Fraud Rampant, Trade Agency Finds
  • New Way for Olive Oil to Light up Religious Rituals
  • RANDOM WINE REVIEW OF THE DAY
  • From the Random Wine Review Generator
  • "The 1992 White Zinfandel from Bird Meadows Winery coalesces briny mushu pork overtones with a banal hazelnut bouquet."

    September 25, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Truett-Hurst Shows Small Loss On Soaring Sales
  • SLO County investigating illegal vineyards
  • Ousted Treasury CEO Paid $2.4Mil For Lousy Job
  • Rabobank: U.S. farmland value increases to slow
  • Proposed new Paso Robles AVAs an object lesson
  • The Great Recession: shopping trips down, spend per trip up
  • Crop Insurance and the Agricultural Safety Net
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY - Scroll to bottom for video.
  • Sizable Calif winegrape crop moderates pricing
  • Okanagan Harvest In Full Swing
  • Napa Valley wine harvest damage (video)
  • Italy’s 2013 wine production Up
  • Bordeaux Estates upbeat as whites, Sauternes harvest begins
  • Hail-Damaged Vouvray Producers Get Some Relief
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • North Coast vintners, growers optimistic
  • Water ruling could impact California fire fee challenge
  • Renwood Winery Welcomes Joe Shebl As Winemaker
  • California Establishes Olive Oil Commission
  • Healdsburg vintner takes risks
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • UK Wine broker cons clients with £25,000 auction scam
  • Lafite ’12 Vintage Holding Steady at $5,790
  • The Right Bank 100 index is a star performer
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Diageo to push ’millionaire’ brands
  • Coppola Expands Sofia Line, Says New Brand On The Way
  • NZ wines sail into expanding US market
  • Top 10 best-selling wine brands in 2012
  • Unplugged aims to make wine a mainstream drink
  • Skinnygirl to capitalise on Prosecco trend
  • The world’s most marked-up wines
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol consumption & colorectal cancer
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • New York Wine Experience Sold Out
  • Key exhibitors return to London Wine Fair
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • How to Set up a Data Collection Plan – Secondary and Tertiary Data
  • Data-capture best practices boost direct-to-consumer wine sales
  • Wine E-Commerce: VineSpring Review
  • Winery Software Ready Just in Time for Harvest
  • Tiare Technology Appoints MS as Chief Wine Officer
  • BinWise Signs Lasco Enterprises as New Client
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Lawyer turns to wine ... writing
  • Hollywood & Vine? The Latest in Wine Themed Movies
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Does bottle size matter when it comes to wine?
  • Blending and wine complexity
  • The make-up of wine under powerful and costly scrutiny
  • Drinking Deeply From A Cooler Cup
  • An Interview With America’s Latest Master Sommelier
  • A Big Wine Story From a Little French Village
  • Organic ’is the future’ for Bordeaux wine
  • WINE EDUCATION & RESEARCH
  • A Training Ground for Tomorrow’s Top Sommeliers
  • Masters of Wine vote to keep third exam paper
  • ASEV Names New Pres
  • American Vineyard Foundation Scholarship Awards
  • News from the National Grape and Wine Initiative
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: Wine study indicates millions generated for Okanagan
  • Alberta Benefiting from Liquor Privatization
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Burgundy’s Jacques Lardière Is Giddy to Be Making Wine in Oregon
  • WA: Merlot a player in Washington wine
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Forget terroir, forget enology school graduates—the true wine heroes are single-cell fungi
  • Calif Legislation aims to fight Farm metal theft
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Prosecco Police: Undercover With a Serious Buzz
  • EU Mulls Moldova Wine Countermove
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Australian Wine on the Global Stage
  • RANDOM WINE REVIEW OF THE DAY
  • From the Random Wine Review Generator
  • "The 2000 Sauvignon Blanc from Champs de Dauphin mixes sour lemon midtones with a titillating cilantro aroma."

    September 24, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Should Treasury Abandon The US?
  • Bronco, Vino Farms Top Calif Grape Growers
  • Calif Vintners Bullish On Biz
  • Winemaker Peter Kruse Passes Away
  • Spanish Wines On Rise In US
  • Mandated Employer Obamacare Deadline Oct 1
  • EPA crafts new Clean Water Act rule
  • QUO VADIS, TREASURY?
  • Doubts over US as TWE dumps chief
  • Different futures for Treasury wine groups
  • Sacking fogs vision of Treasury wine group
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sustainable Paso Water solution
  • Pesticide regulation in Calif flawed says UCLA report
  • Fort Ross-Seaview Winegrowers To Hold First Festival As An AVA
  • Five new inductees in San Joaquin ag hall of fame
  • Stink Bugs Established In Calif’s Capital (Not Just In Legislature)
  • California table grapes still on record pace
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY - Scroll to bottom for video.
  • Columbia Basin wine makers expect near-record, flavorful crop
  • Wineries: Avoid cross outs on your weigh tags!
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Chateau Listran Sold to Chinese, Renamed
  • Lurton financier facing embezzlement charges
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Four Auction Houses, Four Days, $16 Million
  • Liv-Ex: St. Emilion, one year after re-classification
  • Older vintages ripe for investment, says fund director
  • Coins and stamps now more profitable than art and wine
  • Pichon Lalande ’09 Pauillac Hits 15-Month High
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Shades Of Grey Moves in On Wine
  • Killer Thriller, Killer Wine: Sonoma Author’s Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend
  • Blind Book Review--Jon Bonné’s "The New California Wine"
  • Seventh edition of the World Atlas of Wine to be released
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The 104-Point Second Wine
  • Will the 100 point Wine Scoring System Survive?
  • Cal Winemakers Using Formulas To Achieve Certain Scores?
  • How Distractions Influence the Amount of Wine Poured
  • Are you a Pro Whole Cluster Fermentation?
  • Australian dry Riesling
  • Corks, Screwcaps and Wine Culture
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wines on tap here to stay
  • More wineries adding beer to keep all customers happy
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • North Coast Wine Industry Expo Expanding in 2013
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Social Media now just a part of Big Media
  • Internet daters love the single-beverage bar
  • ORGANIC WINE
  • Changes in organic review process meet resistance
  • The Accidental Leader of the LI Fork’s Organic Pack
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MI: State wines getting some love
  • VA: Virginia to hold wine summit
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Grapegrowers applaud Woolies decision to sign Code with them
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Israel’s Newest Wineries Are at Home
  • JUST CAN’T MAKE STUFF LIKE THIS UP
  • Man dials ’911’ over wine emergency
  • RANDOM WINE REVIEW OF THE DAY
  • From the Random Wine Review Generator
  • "A introverted Kool-Aid aroma and viscous oyster elements are mixed in the 2006 Pinot Noir from Nerf Vineyards."

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