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August 15, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Champagne and sparkling wine to double market share
  • Kentucky Prohibition Violates the Constitution
  • Popcorn, wine additive may trigger Alzheimer's
  • African-American vintners create winemaking legacy
  • Brand sponsorship - does it work?
  • NZ Wine company celebrates US success
  • Wine Demand Pushes Up French Farm Exports
  • Saudi Arabia objects to .wine, .gay, proposed TLDs
  • HARVEST 2012
  • US starts 2012 grape harvest
  • Calif Grape industry experts hopeful of juicy harvest
  • Calif Raisin-grape harvest begins
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lake County Supes delay decisions of two wine projects
  • Renwood launches new wines, packaging, and tasting room
  • Wine Country Video Previews Calif Wine Month
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex: Weighing in
  • Constellation Completes Debt Offering
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • The Future of PR Metrics & Measurement
  • What’s the Difference between Wine Marketing & PR?
  • Try before you buy: the future of wine?
  • 6.5 Easy Fixes for a Better Wine List Page
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Bloggers Conference 2012 - Here Comes The Academic Wino!
  • Perspectives on Wine Blogging: Wine Importer Bill Deutsch
  • Eric Asimov Q&A, part one
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • L'episode Cuozzo--makes perfect sense
  • Examining Antonio Galloni's Palate
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Top 10 red trousers in the wine trade
  • What Does "Not Too Expensive" Mean To You? To Your Sommelier?
  • Beware of the Dreaded Wine Meme
  • Some things we have learned about wine and wine people
  • Partying with wine pros makes heads spin
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ME: Vintner paving the way for truly local wineries
  • OH: State getting a new winery-brewery
  • TN: Wine-in-groceries effort gets boost from Kentucky ruling
  • TX: Grape Industry Thrives in the Panhandle
  • VA: Winery files lawsuit against Fauquier County
  • VA: Patricia Kluge Talks Wine
  • THE UK
  • Fine wine dip hits Berry Bros results
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • The Wines and Wineries of Brazil

  • August 14, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Wine To Be Regulated By "Violent Crime Bureau?"
  • Why Wine Scores Matter: It's Cultural
  • Wine imports give Chinese firms a hangover
  • Billionaire Foley wins support for control of NZ Wine Company
  • Total Wine Details Its “Next Generation” Store Features
  • Dishonesty and Deception Among Alcohol Partisans
  • Alcohol Regulation Roundup: Dog Days Edition
  • Top 10 wines in the US press
  • Wine purchasing trends changing since 2008
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Restart for Mendo Wine Industry Trade Group
  • Wine grape study seeks Valley key
  • Cork oak trees grow in Redlands
  • Delta to Showcase Calif Winemakers
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Alcohol consumption may lower risk of ALS
  • Pesticide Levels In Wine From China "No Risk To Health," Gov't Says
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Mumm Napa Gets First Load of Grapes
  • Extra-dry weather a bittersweet harvest for US winemakers
  • Bordeaux 2012 Harvest . . . Bring Me Sunshine
  • Burgundy's Trying Year
  • HAPPY 100TH BIRTHDAY JULIA CHILD
  • Happy hundredth, Julia
  • Julia Child was well-versed in ways of wine
  • Julia Child had a weakness for Yquem
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Moscato Craze Over?
  • “Vitischkeit” or The Doonish Problem
  • Now Pouring at Fashion Site Vente-Privee: Online Wine
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Examining Wine Blogging: The New Publishers
  • In Response to Mr. Gray on Wine Lists and Mr. Dawson on corkage
  • Another fat bug lands in the wine writing echo chamber
  • Perspective on Wine Bloggers: Oregon Winemakers
  • Summer Reading: Simpson on “Creating Wine”
  • The Most Glaring Omissions From The 2012 Wine Blog Awards Finalists
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • It only got a 98 – what’s wrong with this wine?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: New Wine Region - Fingers Crossed
  • TX: “For Sale In Texas Only” Label on Wine Bottles
  • VA: Vintners taste the police state
  • THE UK
  • Indian wine company shortlisted for UK award
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Fake wine sellers to pay 500,000 yuan
  • Changli to hold International Wine Festival

  • August 13, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Raisin harvest expected to be down sharply
  • How Much Do Wineries Really Make?
  • Gallo To Buy Central Coast’s Courtside Winery
  • Mistral Equity Invests $10 Million In Vino Volo
  • New Crushpad Owners Ask Customers to Pay More
  • The Wine App for 'Normal People'
  • LCBO says it does much to support small Ontario wineries
  • Fears Over Private Ownership of Wine Regions' Names
  • Italy’s Crop Damage From Drought Seen Close to 1 Billion Euros
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Growers fear impact of water pipelines
  • Lake County: Glass company's westward expansion
  • Napa 2012 harvest begins
  • A Penniless Italian Count Becomes The Dean Of Winemakers
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Central European Distribution Completes Consent Solicitation
  • Willamette Valley Vineyards Posts a Profit for the Second Quarter 2012
  • Mouton Rothschild, Latour and Lafite headline Christie's Hong Kong Sale
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Drinking wine helps women to keep their figure
  • Temperance Movement Kills Booze At Lunch
  • Taking a Break from Drinking
  • Giving Up Alcohol To Avoid Empty Calories: Yea Or Nay?
  • How alcohol ads target kids
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • The Popularity of Pinot Noir is a Concern for Some Wineries
  • How Valuable is the “Story” Behind a Wine?
  • 'Don't call us a cult' – Screaming Eagle
  • Vintank: More Foursquare, more Instagram, more, more, more.
  • New Radio Show Helps Budding Entrepreneurs
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • A Moralistic Tale of Getting 100 Points
  • Examining Wine Blogging: Responsibility
  • In Vino Veritas? Inside the Bogus World of Wine
  • “Complete guide” to grape varieties set for release
  • The Hosemaster’s take on STEVE!
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Changing tastes as wine buyer moves into role of customer
  • What is Greatness in Wine ? A Philosophical Look Down Under
  • Moët Gets the Ice Treatment
  • Fear of Wine: Oenophobia = Xenophobia
  • Private label wines, value, and quality
  • Mourvèdre: grape variety of choice for the south of France
  • Wine complexity: a complex subject?
  • The Mission Grape
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Capturing the Jewels In Wine
  • Amphoras Role in the History of Winemaking
  • Wine Gadget Dodges Sharks
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MO: Winemakers anticipating best vintage in decades
  • NE: Drought likely to mean fewer grapes but fuller flavor
  • EUROPE
  • Quitting en primeur was Latour’s long term plan
  • An Italian Vineyard Feels the Flames
  • Vineyard that survived the Great French Wine Blight becomes first living thing
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Changyu wines are safe, say associations
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Australians open up to Argentine wines

  • August 10, 2012TOP NEWS
  • US Beer and Wine-Making Growth Spikes
  • Compliance Lessons From Crushpad: The Custom Crush Client Trail
  • Labor Shortage Will Reshape Food & Wine Industry
  • Oregon Pinot highlights Kiwi shortcomings
  • Aussie Union threatens to take Accolade to court
  • PA: Czars of Zinfandel Pour More Down Drain
  • Coppola's search for the best ending: CNN Interview
  • U.S. June Wine & Beer Wholesale Inventories Down
  • All eyes on Agriculture Department, crop report
  • Online-only wine store grows local customer base
  • Predicting our Future Wines
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Winery Wants Historic Sonoma Adobe as Tasting Room
  • Winemaking season off to strong start in California
  • New book toasts Napa Valley's rich Jewish heritage
  • The Count of Buena Vista's Biggest Fan
  • Martin Sheen to Highlight the California Wine Industry
  • OH CANADA!
  • Ontario's booze battle heats up
  • Government rejects beer/wine sales in convenience stores
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • The bouncing cheques of Cave Privée (Groupe 1855)
  • Wine Fraud: In Defense of Auction Houses
  • Liv-ex: Five years on
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • The Pros and Cons of Listing Ingredients on a Wine Label
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Receptions and Dinners Mark Julia Child's 100th Birthday
  • Wine milkshakes go on sale in LA
  • Wineries connect Israel to the birth of the Jewish people
  • Olympic Battle Of Every Variety Of Trader Joe's Two-Buck-Chuck
  • Random notes on a dinner at Saison
  • Top 10 animal and alcohol stories
  • EUROPE
  • Rhone producers eager to partake of China's wine investment market
  • Harvest Brings Smiles to French Growers' Faces
  • In the Orbit of Sancerre
  • Adolf Hitler Wine In Italy Horrifying Tourists
  • THE UK
  • Tesco overhauls wine team
  • UK wine drinkers more likely to spend over £7 a bottle
  • UK wine consumers drinking less, spending more
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Lower bulk wine prices 'a blip'
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese wine firms' sales decrease
  • China’s alcohol imports up 58%
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Fear @SottoLA's wine list?
  • Men are From Mars, Women from Venus and Wine is from Bacchus
  • Cost, quality and conspicuous consumption
  • Why do you volatilize your esters?
  • Are Wine Lists Too Pretentious?
  • Matters of taste influence the wines we buy

  • August 09, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Federal Agency Merger Would Place Wine with Illicit Drug Use
  • Study finds wine least healthy alcohol for your heart
  • Buyer of Crushpad plans new name, approaches
  • New owners of Crushpad pledge to rebuild trust
  • Vintank: Letting Our Customers Speak for Us
  • Liquor should be sold outside LCBO, say Ontario PCs
  • Why the Australians are cleverer than us
  • Thieves steal Cantele’s current vintage
  • Wines of old are no longer 'cool' but they still hold their own
  • Track record the 'main battle' for Chile
  • Top traded Bordeaux beyond the 500
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Alcohol brands violate US advertising guidelines
  • Resveratrol Supplements Shown to Decrease Cardiovascular Disease Risk
  • Study finds wine least healthy alcohol for your heart (Intentional duplicate article for industry wake-up call)
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Dirk Niepoort: 100-point score will “destroy” work
  • The Art of Wine Criticism and Robert Hughes
  • Who wants to be a sommelier?
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Young Vine Decline is studied closely in Australia
  • WiSA Systems now managing irrigation for 256,000 acres of vineyards worldwide
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Battle of wine countries to square off in Napa cricket match
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Wine Institute Mulls Future
  • WA: One more time – which side of the Potomac are those grapes from?
  • ACADEMIA
  • Fresno State to release wine honoring U.S. Poet Laureate Philip Levine
  • Fresno State Grape Day Aug. 14 showcases latest vine, wine research
  • EUROPE
  • Teaching an old DO C G new tricks
  • Hitler wine probe launched in Italy
  • German White Grape Variety of the Day: Bacchus
  • Rioja Gems Part IV: Contrasting Modernists
  • French winemaker takes her passion for the vine Down Under
  • Germany to push premium wines in India
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Major wineries in distribution reshuffle
  • NZ: Direct to Customer Workshops coming soon
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentine wineries' latest news
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South African wines growing at premium price points
  • Positive figures at last for South Africa

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