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September 17, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Trouble In Wine Club Paradise
  • A word of caution on wine industry's giddy optimism
  • Decline in immigration felt in vineyards
  • Lake County Winegrape Commission president to step down
  • USDA announces grants to improve housing for farm workers
  • Middleburg AVA Approved by TTB in Loudoun, Fauquier Counties
  • Data Wants to be Free: Widgetizing Wine Information
  • Bordeaux Challenges Use Of "Chateau" On U.S. Labels
  • Czech Methanol Death Toll Rises, Poland Bans Czech Liquor
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • DrinkLocalWine needs an executive director
  • NY: Hudson Valley Wineries Launch a Cassis Website
  • NY: Growing grapes, and hopes of a destination
  • VA: Steve Case knows Early Mountain will be a long climb
  • WA: San Francisco Tastes Willamette Wines
  • HARVEST 2012
  • SLO County (north) harvests its wine potential
  • Austria: huge quantity drop after devastating 2012 conditions
  • Harvest of the George Vare Vineyard with Steve Matthiasson
  • NJ Winery owners expect a very good year
  • Bulgaria's Harvest Blighted and Boosted by Dry Weather
  • Grateful in the vineyard
  • OH CANADA!
  • LCBO's Ontario Wine Promo Worth Talking About
  • Demand from China for Victorian wines is surging
  • Okanagan winery finds food-friendly niche
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • CEDC and Russian Standard Deepen Strategic Alliance
  • Why Great Wine Offers Lousy Returns
  • Strong performances at September auctions
  • The Secrets to Buying Excellent French Wine Right Now
  • Most expensive white wine : 1811 Château d'Yquem set world record (Video)
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Resveratrol prevents advanced breast cancer, but avoid wine
  • Bulgaria wants to block UK minimum alcohol pricing
  • Red wine improves heart health in pigs (but bacon craze still cuts life span)
  • MARKETING, SALES & PACKAGING
  • Wine bottle decorators pour on capacity
  • The world's biggest wine bottle?
  • Largest wine bottle - world record set by Wang Chen Wines
  • Heavier wine bottles appear more expensive
  • Amorim: Uncorking the Portuguese Cork
  • Would Sir care for a glass of Chateau Tetra?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The ethical limits of tasting? In the eye of the beholder
  • Traditional media is not dead
  • The truth about influential liars
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Researchers add waste grape skins to improve red wine color, aroma
  • Which is best - zinfandel young, old, or in-between?
  • A clash of styles in Anderson Valley
  • Revolution Wines food not quite revolutionary
  • Judge a wine by its taste, not its pedigree
  • Macro-climates and their modifying agents
  • Champagne: where the party's really at
  • Champagne — with a twist?
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • A Brash Icon's Subtle Wines Have Their Day
  • Unplugging from California wine country
  • Fulcrum Gap’s Crown Vineyard Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast.
  • Don’t Say “Wine” on a Crowded Bus
  • Cool Wine to Take the Heat From Indian Food
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Keyshawn Johnson Changes New Wine Brand Name to XIX
  • Opera House can now sell donated wine
  • EUROPE
  • Chinese Investors Move on the Rhone
  • EU slashes cellar stocks
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Châteaux China
  • NZ: Wine producers needn't fear Australian competition
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argento changes hands

  • September 14, 2012TOP NEWS
  • The Gender Divide, Reaching Male vs. Female Millennials
  • Current & Emerging Trends of Diverse Boomers
  • Chinese wine market now up to 50 billion Yuan
  • Trader Joe's won't sell 'Two-Buck Chuck' at Boulder CO store
  • Growing Grapes by the Numbers
  • Vintner or vineyard – which matters more?
  • The Barossa Gets Proprietary, Trademarked Bottle
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Petition out against Santa Clara County winery regs
  • Death and Politics in the Great American Water Wars
  • Trading highways for vineyards
  • Laffort opens store for winemaking
  • HARVEST 2012
  • WA: Harvest Report - September 14th 2012
  • Napa Growers harvest whites, celebrate good weather
  • Angelo Gaja’s 2012 vintage notes
  • Italy's Wine Production May Slide 8% on Drought
  • Bordeaux grape quality better than 2011
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Arizona wineries toast bill for Postal Service shipping
  • OR: Grocers tell lawmakers to update liquor laws or face initiative
  • WA: Liquor prices showing no signs of dropping
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The First Wine Blogger
  • SO Last Century: Thanks for the Credit, Wine Business
  • Boom Varietal: Film Festival Update
  • Post WBC12 Blog Posts & Social Stats
  • Wine Bloggers’ 5-Yr Reunion: Good, Bad, Ugly
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Applying the concept of “cru” to Napa Valley
  • Supermarket wines sweep the International wine awards
  • China's wine starting to pique the interest of the West
  • MS Andrea Robinson Talks Going From Wall Street to wine
  • First Grenache-only competition announced
  • Learning Again to Savor Sweet Wine
  • How The Hosemaster Tastes
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Industrial art: The beauty of fermentation tanks
  • How I Learned To Drink
  • Do-it-yourself taste test can lead to wines you love
  • Vintner rabbi ties kosher wine to Jewish heritage, earthly pleasure
  • Indigenous Italy
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • “Vinous gems” boost Sotheby’s sale
  • Diageo Faces Steep Fines Unless It Controls Vapors
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • A Coming of Age for Online Wine Sales
  • James Bond on a secret mission in global Heineken campaign
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NC: New winery opens
  • WA: North Central wineries continue to grow up
  • EUROPE
  • Domäne Wachau: Big is good
  • St. Emilion’s ho hum classification
  • Chapoutier threatens lawsuit against Chinese company
  • THE UK
  • Brazilian wines ready to hit UK
  • Cockburn’s retraces its golden age
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Cheers to China, and maybe a vintage year
  • NZ: Predicting weather key to wine industry future
  • NZ:Maori winemakers on the rise
  • NZ: Loyalty behind success
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Brazilian vintners end presentations in China, Hong Kong
  • TCEB 'ready' for lawsuit over scrapped wine fair
  • PACKAGING & CLOSURES
  • Closures: Part 5 ­– the perfect solution?
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Landing the Perfect Job Applicant Requires Seasoned Piloting Skills

  • September 13, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Farm Credit Banks: Despite Drought, Finances Strong
  • Gallo Buys Prized Snows Lake Vineyard
  • Wine Barrels Escape New Calif Tax That Offers Taxpayer Subsidy To Timber Industry
  • Moueix Merges Two St.-Emilion Wineries
  • Southern Files Brief in MO Residency Requirements Case
  • Kurniawan seeks to exclude FBI evidence
  • Legislators, Farm Groups Turn Out for Farm Bill Rally
  • The Spain drain: China at threat from cheap Euro wine?
  • Drought: Not Much Better, Not Much Worse
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • New grape & fruit weevil found at L.A. port
  • Family Wants Answers in Winery Worker Death
  • Protecting everyone at winery events
  • Lodi: a hunt for vineyard soils that speak
  • Women in Wine panel planned in Napa
  • Calif to reopen international trade offices
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Chardonnay in Niagara USA
  • Beaujolais yields as low as 2003
  • Finger Lakes Grape Prices Swell
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • What do Americans want? Cheap wine, of course
  • Scientists hail wine, other beverage-chocolate matches made in heaven
  • The Consumer's Perception of Wine
  • Closures: Part 4 – Synthetic solution for grand cru Burgundy
  • Yellow Tail & and Universal to Promote Snow White
  • Truett-Hurst Launches Wrapped Wine Bottle Series
  • REGULATION
  • Fed judge OKs VA ban on alcohol ad in college media
  • Winemakers – Compliance Got You Down?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Blogging dead? Blogging alive? Can we please stop this nonsense?
  • Wine harvest documentary comes to Sonoma county
  • 1WineDude.com TV: The Gina Gallo Interview
  • Turning the tables: Heimoff gets interviewed on the radio
  • Judges confirmed for inaugural spirits writer award
  • The Makers of American Wine: A Record of Two Hundred Years
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Calif Wines Showing More Balance
  • Are your wines better off today than they were four years ago?
  • Tempranillo's adaptability proven in the wine glass
  • 35000 feet, and nothing to drink
  • China label depicts virtual wine-food pairing for Lafite et al
  • Sweet, casual American wines–perfect for the Filipino palate
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • PA: Lancaster County winery building toward November opening
  • TX: Former rancher starts Valley's first commercial winery
  • UT: Audit accuses former DABC licensing director of accepting gifts
  • WA: North Central State continues to grow up
  • OH, CANADA!
  • Diageo uses biomethane to reduce carbon footprint at Manitoba facility
  • EUROPE
  • Rewrite of Planting Rights to Take the Radical out of Flexible
  • Liv-ex: Comparing the Premier Crus
  • Saint Emilion Classification 1955 – 2012, Nearly 60 Years of Change
  • Kremlin Mulls Resuming Georgian Wine Imports
  • Burgundy documentary premieres in London
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • More States Institute “Social Host” Laws to Cut Down on Underage Drinking
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wine imports give Chinese firms a hangover
  • Hong Kong F&B expo busiest ever
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Among a Sea of Great Women
  • 20 Places For Wine Tasting Where You Can Spend The Night (PHOTOS)
  • Brewing and Winemaking in the Comforts of Home

  • September 12, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Crushpad Successor May Start Ops In Oct. But Clients Must Pay Thousands To Get Wine
  • Legal Briefs: 2 Lawsuits Filed Against Crushpad
  • Winery worker dies after ammonia exposure
  • How Oregon's Prized Pinot Noir Grapes Will Take The Heat Of Climate Change
  • Power of Experts in Calif Smelt/Water Case Faces Scrutiny
  • Farm Bureau urges Congress to finalize a new farm bill
  • Opus One opens Bordeaux office
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine writing as entertainment, winemaking as showmanship
  • Wine Blogging Isn’t Dead
  • The Whole (mostly) Wine World: In a Nutshell
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Italian yields shrink after hottest summer for 50 years
  • Calif Raisin Crop high quality, but smaller
  • Northwest Winegrape Harvest Begins
  • A slow goodbye.
  • Winemakers Reveal Pre-Harvest Rituals – Red Vines, Anyone?
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Wine better for heart health than vodka
  • UK's Drinkaware appoints leading health expert as trustee
  • Kate TWICE turns down wine at royal toast - Pregnant?
  • MARKETING, SALES & PACKAGING
  • How Gallo Brings Analytics Into The Winemaking Craft
  • Are you connecting with your new generation of customers…Generation C?
  • R&D/Leverage Expertise Helps Stacked Wine Launch
  • Wine “handbag” gaining momentum
  • Closures: Part 3 – moving back to cork
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • "Feral"- versus inoculated-yeast fermentation: The pros and the cons
  • Minerality: the new wine buzzword
  • High altitude wines: the mountain character
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Is State unfair to New York Products?
  • OR: Olsen Ag to discontinue Viridian wine
  • OR:Eco-Winery Goes Beyond LEED
  • TX: A Texas winemaker in Spain
  • VA: Former AOL-Execs Have Innovative Plans for State's Wine Industry
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Louis Ng will 'revitalise' moribund Burgundy estate, says Eric Rousseau
  • Torres China officially opens first Everwines shop in Beijing
  • Gin and sparkling wine top best sellers list over Jubilee
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Watershed moment for Margaret River winery
  • NZ: Villa Maria Winery Buys Te Awa
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • 26 SA labels to carry new ethical seal

  • September 11, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Acquires O Wines
  • California fracking takes less water than Texas
  • Aussie winemakers well-placed to take advantage of the US market
  • Farm Bill Now! Rally Speakers Announced
  • Does wine have to be certified organic to be sustainable?
  • Pinera Bullish on Chilean Growth Amid ‘Gloomy’ World Picture
  • Climate study tipped to grow NZ wine production
  • Winemaker says US cash could flow Australia's way
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Interim dean named for UC Davis Ag College
  • Kosher Wine Finds Champion in Livermore
  • Good Times Return to Napa
  • 70 Willamette Valley Wineries Visit San Francisco
  • OH CANADA!
  • Fire destroys part of B.C. wine history
  • Canada Shipping Law Update: 69% Open?
  • Why Are Ontario Wines So Expensive?
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Cal Central Coast harvest kicking into gear
  • The Big Wet in England and France
  • Sierra Foothills/Ed Dorado County Harvest Report: Fair Play
  • 'Average' Winegrape Harvest Greeted with Relief
  • White harvest begins in Bordeaux
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • RBC Capital Reiterates Outperform on Diageo
  • Wine giant Pernod committed to NZ
  • Australian Vintage appoints Dyer general manager
  • Flying start for Hong Kong auction season
  • Acker Merrall & Condit New York Wine Auction Totals $3.2 Million
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Regulating Alcohol: Should We Still Be Interested In Temperance?
  • Study: Red Wine Is Healthier When It's Non-Alcoholic (Sorry)
  • How drinking a glass of wine in a UK park during a family picnic is now a crime
  • Heavy Drinkers at Greater Risk for Stroke
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Pouches Proving to Be a Hit With Booze Marketers
  • Cash-Rich Boomers Do Poorly With Visual Complexity
  • Are Restaurants Jacking Up Wine Prices?
  • New Daily Deals Site Focuses on Beer, Wine, Liquor
  • Gallo partners with Universal Pictures
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Geeks Preaching To The Choir
  • The New Wine Demagoguery
  • New Bottles + Old Wine = Good Reading
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Tasting the Visual, Sharing Influence: Shape Tasting
  • The Influence of Cherry Wood Barrel Aging on Red Wine Color
  • Move over, red and white -- here comes orange wine
  • Three new MWs take total to 300
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Wizard of Flaws
  • Forget the Martini; 007 Will Have Chateau Angelus
  • New Israeli wines
  • Smithsonian Tackles Wine for the First Time
  • Passionate on Two Topics: Wine and India
  • WATCH: Graffiti Artists Create Wine Labels
  • PACKAGING
  • Nomacorc commissions new oxygen management research
  • Closures: Part 2 – in praise of screwcaps
  • Conservatives and liberals may differ on wine packaging
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Growing pains for Southern Oregon wines
  • OR: Alcohol rules come under fire
  • WA: Liquor sales in state picking up
  • WA: Training Students for Jobs in State's Wine Industry
  • EUROPE
  • French Farm Exports Climb in July on Sales of Wine and Cognac
  • Something Old and Something New in the Douro
  • Saint Emilion 2012 Classification – Declassified Chateaux
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: After the deluge, 2011 reigns
  • OZ: Naked Wines seeks winemakers for $1mill global wine competition
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • S.Korea: Free Trade drives up wine imports from U.S., Europe
  • Misdirected efforts of Indian Wine Producers
  • French wine cellar settles down in Wurumuqi
  • Ministry of Commerce has accepted application of anti-dumping probe into EU
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • New Research Models Carbon Footprint of Beverage Products

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