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August 29, 2012TOP NEWS
  • WineGavel Sued By Rare, Fine Wine Collectors
  • Vineyard & Winery Management Appoints George Christie as CEO
  • Interview Ste. Michelle Pres/CEO Ted Baseler
  • Estimated US 2012 Net Farm Income Second-Highest Since 1970
  • Can expensive California wines sell themselves to a new generation of wine lovers?
  • EPA wades in on Calif Delta’s future
  • Liquor Lobby Party Goes All Out for GOP, Including Mermaids
  • Wine Detective Sniffs Out More Forged Bottles
  • Santa Clara County moves forward with new winery regs
  • Trek Winery Settles Down
  • Turrentine Brokerage Adds Mike Needham
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Should we taste wines based on alcohol level?
  • Molecular Pairing at Home
  • Petite Sirah: Stealth Grape Approaching Its Moment?
  • California's original Mission Grape enjoyed just as much today
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • "Heavy" drinkers found to exercise more
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Selective Harvesting: Is It Right For Everyone?
  • Sauvignon blanc harvest gets started in Sonoma County
  • A difficult vintage in Tuscany
  • Harvest starts in California and it looks "normal" again
  • Harvest doesn't stop the party on Finger Lakes wine trail
  • Sierra Foothills/Butte County Harvest Report
  • Ready for Harvest
  • Fetzer Vineyards begins grape-picking season with a blessing
  • UK Wineries make harvest predictions
  • More English wine harvest predictions
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Will Diageo Help You Retire Rich?
  • Concha y Toro 2nd-Quarter Net Down 7.6%
  • Plunging wine sales put Dynasty in the red
  • Brown-Forman 1st-Quarter Net Up 25% on Strong Jack Daniel's Sales
  • Grupo Santander Reaffirms Hold Rating on Diageo
  • Liv-ex: Last of the summer
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • How & Why to Integrate Social Media into Winery CRM
  • When the Facebook 'Like' Doesn't Work
  • Concha y Toro aims to grow awareness in UK through social media
  • Restaurants maximize the value of the social media fan
  • What Oregon wineries can do to market Pinot Gris
  • Wine On Tap is the New Green Trend
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Legalize…Moonshine? The Beverage of Outlaws, NASCAR and Hipster Happy Hour
  • Coopering: It’s not sexy but it’s important
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Most Frequent Questions From Wine Bloggers Conf
  • MANAGEMENT
  • The Interview over Lunch: What to Do?
  • Bullying in the office more common than thought
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: Varietal Emergence
  • MI: 5 Reasons why a winery is not a good fit on Detroit's Belle Isle
  • MI: Wyandotte Businessman Helps Create Grosse Ile Winery
  • MI: Groundbreaking ceremony for new winery
  • NY: Hamptons nearing rosé drought!
  • WA: College expands wine program with new courses
  • EUROPE
  • Moet in a Fizz Over Ace of Spades
  • Provence 'will go the way of Beaujolais' if bottled too early, producers warn
  • THE UK
  • HMRC “reluctant to prosecute” alcohol fraud
  • HMRC lacks crucial data to crack down on alcohol duty fraud, say MPs
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Quality wine tipped despite dry winter
  • OZ: Roll out the barrels
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Jancis Robinson, Huiqin Ma among judges of contest in Yinchuan
  • Chivas wins Chinese copycat case

  • August 28, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Napa conference includes top economist, Napa wine industry leaders
  • Placerville winery accident brings sad end to couple's dream
  • Fresno pension fund sues Central European Distribution, Facebook, More
  • Calif farm workers might enforce heat regulations themselves
  • UK Wine investment firm disappears
  • Washington State's Wine & Spirits Privatization Update
  • Premium Chile a long way off
  • GMA Recognizes Gallo, PepsiCo for Innovation
  • Vinotemp Gets Partial Judgment Against Wine Master Cellars
  • Entre-deux-Mers chateau sold to Chinese industrialist
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Alcohol Justice Blasts Calif Approval Of Booze Sweepstakes and Contests
  • NC: Charlotte leaders blast plan for alcohol ads on buses, trains
  • Italy mulls France-style abuse prevention drinks tax
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Economist sees three paths for Napa economy
  • Can Calif Wineries Raise Prices: Ampelos Cellars Says, “YES!”
  • Sierra Foothills/El Dorado County Harvest Report
  • Harvest suppers latest endeavor for former Copia site
  • A statement from Assemblymember Das Williams
  • Opus One: Conception and execution of the highest order
  • Amelia Di Marco joins Dalla Terra Winery Direct
  • 20th Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction Sets Goal for Boys & Girls Clubs
  • San Francisco Type 47s
  • California Wine Month: September
  • CROWDFUNDING WINE VENTURES
  • Feiring Kickstarting New Newsletter
  • Wine education product launches crowdfunding campaign
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Wineries should sharpen attention on “post- marketing”
  • 10 Reasons Why Wineries NEED a Mobile Website – Part 1
  • Twitter CRM
  • Why Your CRM Integration Consultant Doesn't Know Anything
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Declassified Krug declared “flabby”
  • Blind tasting vs. aristocracy
  • When it comes to pinots, is it people or place?
  • Too Many Varieties in California?Dealing with smoke taint
  • Tiny Bubbles
  • Great noses unite to uncork the secrets of their countries' best wine
  • Response to Spectator on Respect For Long Island Wine
  • Study by UC Davis and Napa winery examines cork vs. screw cap
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo full-year profit up 2 pct
  • What Is The UK Tax Position If You Invest In Wine?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Wineries expect good grapes for altar wines
  • KY: Court OKs Wine Sales at Markets
  • MN: Wine Turning Into Multi-Million Dollar Industry
  • NY: State #2 In U.S. Wine Production
  • OR: Focusing On Pinot Gris as a Regional Specialty
  • WA: Grape growers expect harvest record
  • EUROPE
  • LVMH files suit against Armand de Brignac
  • Hitler-Brand Wines and Europe's Debate Over the Limits of Free Speech
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • The Chinese Learn the Futility of Wasting French Wine for Patriotism
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Skin Contact Is How Wines Get (or Don't Get) Their Color
  • What the Heck is Residual Sugar?
  • VAPID CELEBRITY NON-STORY OF THE DAY
  • Brad Pitt to serve own wine at wedding

  • August 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Liquor Ads Win Airtime
  • West Coast Wine Partners Still Hunting For Acquisitions
  • Calif Bill OKs Sweepstakes, Contests for Alcohol Licensees
  • What's the Future of Santa Barbara Wine Country?
  • Sweet red wine by the numbers
  • French winemakers pop their cork at Chinese takeover
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Wine grape harvest begins on Central Coast
  • Spain predicted smaller harvest, higher grape prices
  • Sierra Foothills/Nevada County Harvest
  • NZ: Grape figures puzzle growers
  • The Social Elements of Harvest
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine: Indulgence or Sustenance?
  • What is Greatness in Wine? A Philosophical Look Down Under
  • Merlot is the 'comeback kid' of wine world
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Honoring the industry's Mexican-American foundation
  • Winery supporters turn out in Santa Ynez Valley Ordinance Fight
  • Wine Growers Feeling Squeezed Out Of Temecula Valley
  • Stealing Grapes, Selling Bottles
  • Seghesio to open culinary venue at Healdsburg's old post office
  • Delicato to Move Bottling
  • Jean-Charles Boisset on a quest
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo investors must show patience
  • Diageo ups payout as sales surge
  • Shanghai police crack wine counterfeiting ring
  • Bordeaux 2009s hold steady
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Booze & Caffeine: Latest Revelations about Your Drinking Habits
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Fixing Customer Complaints in a World Gone Social
  • 6 Things That Make a Great Bottle Shot
  • Why Brands are Becoming Publishers [video]
  • Planning For A Wine Business: CC Client VS. Alternating Proprietor
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine blogging is an inherently stupid and vapid endeavor
  • Hell Is A Panel On Blog Monetization
  • Americans Know difference Between Toilet Paper and Alcohol
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • A ferment about Furmint
  • Very old barrels still bring oak aromas
  • Wine education a labor of love for Kan. sommelier
  • Pinot Summer School in McMinnville, Oregon
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • GA: Alcohol Tax Filing Goes Online
  • OR: Tiny Wasps Tested Against Grape, Fruit Pest
  • WA: The wine of kings reigns in Washington
  • Midwest Drought 2012: Wine Production Could See Good Year
  • Drought is making it a good and bad year for wine
  • EUROPE
  • Torres China opens first Everwines branch in Beijing
  • Revolution for Turkish wines says Master of Wine , Sarah Abbott
  • THE UK
  • Independents - the clue is in the name
  • The Bunch group turns spotlight on wines' provenance
  • OH CANADA!
  • B.C. winery tour a belt-stretcher
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Ningxia Wine Challenge Q&A: Winemaker Craig Grafton of Helan Mountain
  • Shanghai police crack wine counterfeiting ring
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • G3 Enterprises Now Offering Online Store For High-Quality Stock Closures

  • August 23, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Calif bill would protect non-union warehouse workers
  • Grape Exports to Mexico Boosted By End of tariff
  • Survey Touts Broad Support for Current Alcohol Regulations
  • Privatization Puts WA Wine Sales in 'State of Flux'
  • Ag Groups Establish 'Farm Bill Now' Coalition
  • Asian tycoon buys Burgundy's historic Chambertin estate
  • Chile Wine in Asia Boosts Concha y Toro as Europe Shrinks
  • Controversial Promoter Says Marketers and Media Are Hurting Wine
  • Billionaire Koch Builds Frontier Town All His Own Near Aspen
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Wine List at Restaurant Gougé
  • Five Patron Saints of Wine.
  • 'The Celebrity Guide To Wine' You Never Knew You Needed
  • How to Select a Bottle of Argentine Wine
  • Fully Mature Reds at Reasonable Prices? Think Rioja
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Sierra Foothills/Yuba Harvest
  • Ontario harvest shines with summer heat
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Alcohol may permanently damage DNA, causing cancer
  • Booze Rules: Endurance Athlete’s Guide To Drinking Alcohol
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • The Kentucky grocery store court decision
  • PA: Booze Bosses Busted?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • UK Financial watchdog Mulls Ban on Wine Securities To Retail Consumers
  • Distell shows strong growth for year
  • Diageo Says It Faces Redenomination Risk in Euro Exit Scenario
  • Diageo hikes dividend as profit growth continues
  • Emerging markets push Diageo profits higher
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Top 100 restaurant social media brands
  • The Perception Gap: what customers want & what execs think they want
  • A rose by any other name
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Eric Asimov Q&A, part II
  • Summary of the Wine Bloggers Conference 2012: Part II
  • Speed Wine Tasting and Blogging in Portland
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Road Warriors Taste Wine Differently In-Flight
  • Tasted a great wine lately?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa Valley wines poured at America's Cup events this week
  • Fix SB winery ordinance, everyone wins
  • Comedian Robin Williams' Napa Valley Estate up for Sale
  • Winery lease vexes St. Helena commissioners
  • San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival Coming Soon!
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KY: Owsley B. Frazier leaves huge mark on the University of Louisville
  • UT: Bringing wine culture to S. Utah
  • VA: Vintners seek quality amid growth spurt
  • EUROPE
  • Europeans Slam Protectionism in China Wine Row
  • Greece sticks with native grapes for excellent wines
  • Romanian Wine Seeks Global Recognition
  • Full history of first growths published
  • THE UK
  • Top economist to address economic woes at WSTA conference
  • S.Africa seeks steps to counter British bulk wine buy-official
  • Nation Looks to Resolve Bulk Wine Exports
  • UK wine consumption down in on-trade, price per bottle up in off-trade
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine regions endure drier winter
  • NZ: Ex-mayor to head growers' council
  • NZ: Strategy vital for wine co-ops
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • No easy matter being a woman looking for a decent drink in Delhi
  • Imported wine relies on famous brand to enter China's wine market
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • 10 Argentine brands account for over 50% of exports
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Trilingual wine dictionary for rainbow nation

  • August 22, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Optimism reigns as Calif winegrape harvest starts-3.7M Tons
  • Calif grape industry experts hopeful of juicy harvest-4.1M Tons
  • U.S. Implications: Minimum Alcohol Pricing Data Faulty
  • OZ: Wine is cheaper than bottled water, raise price to fight abuse
  • Wine Group's Kent Becomes Vice Chairman, Vos Named Pres & CEO
  • F. Korbel & Bros. sells Lake Sonoma Winery
  • U.S. Wine Consumption Continues to Climb
  • Restaurant traffic drops, but consumers resist trading down
  • New Report Characterizes Farm Bill Differences
  • Randall Grahm Takes Aim at the Wine Industry
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • SRJC wine mentor honored with leadership award
  • Reata Winery Appoints Nakamura New Winemaker
  • Temecula Vintners Implore County of Riverside to Protect Viticulture
  • Temecula vinters: Wine Plan “hijacked” by Church
  • Odette Estate, Gavin Newsom's New Winery, Opens In Napa
  • HARVEST 2012
  • SJV Growers attribute strong grape movement to excellent quality
  • Sierra Foothills/Amador Harvest & Water Notes
  • Feeling the Heat in the Vineyard
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Snooth Points Its Wine Algorithm at Springpad Recipes
  • PulsePoint, IRI to Measure Offline Sales Impact from Online Channels
  • Tricks and hidden costs to get rid of wine
  • Extending the Definition of Social CRM
  • The Hunt for Social Business Value
  • A Social Media Primer
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Bordeaux underperforms at Christie’s first online-only auction
  • Alexandre Ricard Likely To Succeed Pringuet As Pernod CEO
  • Diageo set to toast sales
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine, Food, Promo: Seven tips for attracting Millennials
  • Lies! Wine Critics Offer Everyone The Best Wine Picks
  • Wine Blogging Monetization
  • Domaine Des Bloggeurs
  • Can California Wine Survive Good Times?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why do “wine snobs” have such a bad name?
  • Natural Bordeaux: How the Petits Châteaux are Making Waves
  • The Return of the Wine Spritzer
  • Uruguay’s boutique wineries
  • A thousand Argentine wines and seven taste trends
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IN: Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant debuts in Northwest Indiana
  • THE UK
  • Lifting the stone on the UK wine trade
  • Wine: SA and UK go to war?
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Yellow Tail Wine company signs beer deal with Coca-Cola
  • NZ: Grape growers eye co-operative
  • NZ: Wine sector gathers in Marlborough for conference
  • NZ: Better grape price offset by low yield
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Mediterranean wines have 'enormous potential' in China
  • Chinese wine market still reliant on 'business purchases'
  • Chinese Wine Company Launches New Wine Fundamentals Program
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Wine Vacation: Napa vs Sonoma
  • My Wine List Fantasy

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