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July 25, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Diageo Changes North America Exec Team
  • Updates: Barrel Stop’s Purple Unicorn and Russian River Vineyards Ch11
  • Naked Wines Rents Blackstone Winery, Offers $100/ton Custom Crush
  • Delicato Family Vineyards Mourns The Loss Of Frank Indelicato, Sr
  • CA Jumps on the Alcohol Law Crazy Train
  • Wine's Sweet Spot Is a $20 Bill
  • Women in Wine Leadership Symposium Sets Conference
  • Farm bill may idle until after election
  • Exports: Who won and who lost in the most important markets?
  • Youth Ag Labor Legislation Passes House
  • Vinitaly Winemakers Meet US Congressional Wine Caucus
  • Shatterproof glass bottle developed by US environmental chemist
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Willits bypass: CFBF takes legal action to protect farmland
  • Table grape growers report strong 2012 crop
  • Small Bid Dev Center to leave Santa Rosa JC
  • Napa-fication of Monterey?
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red wine and dark chocolate for your heart - there's a catch
  • Is Light Drinking OK During Pregnancy
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • “Why Every Social Media Manager Should be UNDER 25”
  • "Why Your Social Media Manager Should Be OVER 25"
  • Wine events need a one-day license, here’s how
  • Wines marketed by AC/DC run a little short on spark
  • HOW to Create a QR Code For Your Mobile Shopping Cart
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Credit Suisse raises Diageo target price
  • Liv-ex 50 shows fortnightly rise
  • Ste. Michelle Volume Up 4% In First Half
  • Concha Y Toro Winery Inc Stock Upgraded
  • 1855 Raises More Money
  • DBwinebid – Tweet to win
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Re-Voting In Wine Blogger Awards
  • The AP's Explains the Trouble with Journalists 'Liking' People
  • Zombie Words Are Coming for Your Brains
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Two arguments about typicity in wine
  • BERGER: The sense in wine descriptors
  • Mysterious case of the yellowed corks (SOLVED)
  • Talking with Master Sommelier Virginia Philip
  • So You Want to Be a Wine Judge
  • Zinfandel Is Changing—Perhaps
  • One Grape At a Time
  • A Fun Way to Discover Wine Aromas With Items Already in Your Kitchen
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Atypical wine grape varieties handle water stress better
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Eastern Wine Industry Meets in Michigan
  • NC: Wineries contend with Mother Nature
  • OH: Wine producers marketing through the grapevine
  • KY: 'Wet' state parks report strong alcohol sales
  • EUROPE
  • French Attack EU Grapevine talks
  • New Marketing for Beaujolais: It’s All About the Crus
  • Chateau Latour owner keen to wake up American market
  • Foreign investors seeking Bordeaux education
  • THE UK
  • UK merchant to break Champagne sales record
  • UK Consumers eat out more but spend less
  • Olly Smith Is First English Wine Communicator Of The Year
  • Oddbins takes stand against Olympics marketing rules
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Growers applaud Margaret River coal mining ban
  • OZ: Winery ready to change to biodynamic production
  • OZ: Rathbone in quandary over wine assets
  • OZ: Vintners Pressed by Aussie Dollar Rise
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China - emerging market or competitor?
  • China wine myths: Cheap labor, high taxes
  • Wine market in Ningbo trade zone flatten
  • Steady growth of wine market in Sichuan
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Private vineyard business is booming in Argentina
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Most-Viewed Photo Of All Time? It’s From Wine Country
  • Top ten trends of the last ten years: 8. The wine closure debate
  • New gadget aims to keep wine cold
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Joseph Phelps Vineyards Appoints Will Phelps as Sales Rep
  • Great American Group Notes Wine Producers, Distributors in Good Spirits as Consumers Quench Pent-Up Thirst

  • July 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Fetzer prepares for “rebirth”
  • New Wine Industry Trade Event to Focus on North Coast
  • Wine Accounting Merger: Moss Adams Combines With Rabanal & Smith
  • Warm weather ripens North Coast winegrape season
  • Trinchero Family Estates Adds Spirits to Portfolio
  • Calif Ag Secretary Hosts Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce
  • Accolade Wines fires 175 Aussies in bottling move to Treasury
  • Shocked and Appalled’ by PLCB
  • Report Expects Consumer Drought Impacts Within Two Months
  • U.S. Spirits Consumption Continues 14th Year of Gains
  • Class Act: Jack Daniels Writes Polite Cease-And-Desist Order
  • Can YouTube commercials be credible?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • UC Proposes New Wine Extension Positions
  • Miramonte Winery sizzles with new expansions
  • Nothing rivals state-of-the-art UCD winery
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Lafite’s premium tumbles to 2009 levels
  • Smart Labels Help Thwart Wine Counterfeiters
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Top ten trends of the last ten years: 9. Anti-alcohol sentiment
  • Supplement wine, chocolate for heart
  • Alcohol free flights welcomed
  • Drinking after heart attack studied
  • UK Report Looks At Tougher Rules for Promoting Alcohol Brands
  • Casein Levels in Commercial Wines Not Enough to Elicit Allergic Reaction
  • Russia slaps ban on alcohol advertising in media
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • A Modest Proposal for Multiple Reviews
  • Mustering the Humility and Confidence to Taste Wine
  • Parker reaches retirement age
  • Rhone Shootout Results: Men & Women Agree!
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Heat caused Iowa grapes to ripen faster
  • NH: Missing: $100,000 worth of wine
  • TX: Despite changes, Grapevine Council denies winery again
  • VA: Barboursville Vineyards takes a chance with different grapes
  • EUROPE &THE UK
  • Planned Television Antenna Atop Hermitage Angers Winemakers
  • Merchant Slapped for Futures No-Show
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Jiangsu province seizes 450,000 bottles of smuggled imported wine
  • OZ: Messages in a bottle
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Jamie Oliver Pumps Up Volume With Help From U.S. Friend
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Great American Group Notes Wine Producers, Distributors in Good Spirits as ...

  • July 23, 2012TOP NEWS
  • For foreign investors, US winery assets look increasingly attractive
  • The Mystery Surrounding Lot18's UK Closure
  • Paul Dolan: Cultivating life at Dark Horse Vineyard
  • Hidden Tax Deductions for Wineries and Growers
  • US debates farm insurance subsidies
  • Politicians Ignore US farm bill as farmers struggle with drought
  • 'Complicated' US wine market led to Vinexpo postponement
  • Calif Rhone wines at a crossroads
  • Pair of Blazes Prove Fires Can Strike Wineries
  • Why the Chinese are buying Bordeaux chateaus
  • Rioja Winery Bodegas Casa Primicia Enters US Market
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Can you be too old to “get” social media? (Or too young to “get” wine?)
  • 2012 Wine Blog Awards: Scratching a Niche
  • Wine writing in China: Professor and winemaker Li Demei launches book
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Wine facility on Mendo Board of Supervisors agenda
  • Timothy Persson Named CEO at The Hess Collection
  • Then and Now: Kosher wine turned golden in Napa Valley
  • Sonoma State student wine sold out
  • Renewed funding helps provide housing for farmworkers in Napa
  • Calif Wine Export Seminar July 24 Features China, Prowein & Global Updates
  • Winery task force seeks rule compromises
  • Wine Country plan hearing Wednesday
  • Wine expert Lynch spreads wings with St. Vincent
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • 7.6% of Pregnant Women Drink
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Brown-Forman Stockholders Meeting July 26
  • Liv-ex: Right Bank holds firm
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • How to Be a Web Analytics Rockstar in 30 Minutes a Month
  • Attractively Priced Wines Striking Right Chord
  • Top ten trends of the last ten years: 10. The Pinots
  • Online wine retail in China: TasteV, Grace Vineyard and market price
  • Improve Your Business by Admitting Mistakes
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Mediocrity and Wine
  • Rosé – Sweet or Dry – Keeps Increasing in Popularity
  • Sweeet! What goes around, comes around
  • The Right Wine For The Right Time
  • Diurnal temperature shifts and wine quality
  • Can Harvesting Data Make Better Wine?
  • Chardonnay Wars—A Frontline Report
  • Feeling Sexy? Have a Pinot and Crank Up the Barry White
  • Personalized Wine Recommendation Website Club W Joins LA Startup
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AR: ATU-Ozark names chair for viticulture and enology
  • KS: Grace Hill Winery expands with new production building
  • NJ: Alex and Ani LLC purchases Sakonnet Vineyards
  • OH: Wineries expect this year's crop to provide unique flavors
  • SD: Winery Thrives Despite Dry Conditions
  • WA: $20 million wine storage facility planned near Wallula
  • WA: CWU program teaches the business of wine
  • THE UK
  • Tesco to sell Lafite
  • Off-trade wine sales plummet
  • Champagne sales overtaken by sparkling wine for first time
  • £50,000 historic Cognac bottle shattered
  • OH CANADA!
  • Corkage Comes to BC
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Naked Wines has set up in Australia and America
  • OZ: Woolies liquor sales up 12 per cent
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Beijing: Cru wine bar is a five-woman show
  • What’s happening at yangjiu.com?
  • Wine industry seeks a separate legislation to develop Indian wine brand
  • Time to say hi to US wines
  • Wine Co-operative positive about future
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Baja California: Mexico's Up-And-Coming Wine Destination
  • Defining Argentine wine
  • Meanwhile, in Mexico
  • Chile: Emiliana embraces concrete eggs

  • July 20, 2012

    TOP NEWS

  • Technomic's Top 250 Wine Brands and 50 Fastest Growing Brands
  • U.S. drought could be boon for Northwest farmers
  • Family Farms At Risk: Senate Dems Drop Estate Tax Provision
  • Calif's Allied Grape Growers poised for record sales
  • Keeping farm in family requires strategy
  • House Members Push for Farm Bill Floor Vote
  • Moet, Remy partner local wineries for India foray
  • Small business lending dropped last year, says new report
  • China wine push may bear fruit for Aussies
  • Harvest Report: France
  • Top Five CRM/Online Turn Offs
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS

  • Mexican-American Vintners plan ‘Alianzas’ fundraiser
  • Keyshawn Johnson Starts Premium Wine Company
  • Taking heat for farm workers
  • Bringing wine-making to Treasure Island
  • Moratorium on San Joaquin County winery events nixed
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS

  • Not All Sin Stocks are Created Equal
  • Treasury Wine appoints new chairman, 3 directors
  • What to Expect From Central European Distribution for the Rest of 2012
  • Exclusivity drives demand for Bordeaux wines, expert claims
  • Heineken Bids $6 Billion for Asian Brewer to Block Billionaire
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION

  • Women drive low-alcohol trends worldwide
  • The Health Benefits, and Risks, of Alcohol
  • Banning alcohol adverts will not stop Britain boozing
  • MATTERS OF TASTE

  • Mark West and the revolution in pinot noir
  • Those unpredictable, wild and authentic, “native” yeast fermentations
  • HoseMaster's Sample Policy
  • Cheap wine fares well in taste test
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE

  • Is Your Bottle Faking It? A Look at Wine Counterfeiting Today
  • A Modest Proposal to Stop Tipping Bartenders
  • What has become of our land?
  • One fire, 15,000 bottles of wine to protect
  • Video: Restaurant Wine Service: the Good, the Bad and the Gross
  • Pop-up wine tasting from Spectrum Wine Auctions
  • Terroir: What does it mean?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS

  • Northwest Wine Industry To Get Boost From Rail Shipping Expansion
  • RI jewelry maker purchases winery
  • TX: TABC Looking to Speed Up Alcohol Permitting
  • WA: State Simplifies Tax Filing For Wineries
  • EUROPE & THE UK

  • Euro Low; French Exporters High
  • Halfwine.com sees rapid sales growth
  • OH CANADA!

  • BC restaurant chain adopts VQA wine menu
  • Bring your own wine comes to BC restaurants–corkage fees may apply
  • Winemaking adapts in face of changing climate
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM

  • Vietnam rises slowly but tastefully in the winemaking business
  • In Korea, Internet wine sales sow division in government, wine industry
  • US$47.76 million of wine imported to Xiamen in 2011
  • OZ: Victorian grape growers support Property Identification Codes
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • James Bareuther Joins First Beverage Group Board of Directors
  • Rodney Strong Wine Estates Hires Mark Mathewson as Hospitality/Direct to ...

  • July 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Constellation Brands Doubles Down on Corona in Move Beyond Wine
  • Audit reveals lean Napa winery production last year
  • Former American Wine Distributors President Responds to Tudor Wines Lawsuit
  • Vinexpo cancels NY consumer wine show
  • USDA to make loans and grants to improve farmworker housing
  • Crop Insurers Reassure Farmers As Drought Worsens
  • The 2008 Farm Bill: The Lobbying Frenzy
  • Shomron Breaks Boycott, Forms Wine Alliance with Italy
  • Thirst quenchers and imported beer top Hispanic beverages
  • Global Wine Industry
  • That's your Lot (18)
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Calistoga planners reject hillside resort proposal
  • Foie gras lawsuit: Ban upheld, but lawsuit can proceed
  • Bluxome Taps Marquez as Winemaker
  • Failed winery's assets to be auctioned online
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Westamerica earnings level in second quarter
  • Sotheby's expert defends provenance policy
  • Liv-Ex: U.S. tops Hong Kong at auction in Q2
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Melatonin in Wine: Potential Positive Health Benefits Found
  • Responsible Drinkers Are Happier People, Study Claims
  • Bring in French NeoPro Law to curb UK drinking, govt says
  • UK Alcohol industry doesn't deserve ‘brownie points' for Responsibility
  • What if restaurants listed the alcohol percentage of the wine on their wine lists?
  • The Phenomenon of Low-Alcohol Wines
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • A picture (with LBS) is worth a thousand words: Instagram & VinTank
  • Finding social media influencers
  • How does the wine world operate in Web 2.0?
  • Claret or Bordeaux? Branding for the British and How To Mess It Up
  • 8 Excellent and Free Online Tools for Businesses and Individuals
  • Symphony Convenience Service Reaching 19,000 Store Milestone
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Asking questions about social media is not “bashing”
  • 5 Rules For Successful Wine Blogging
  • 2011 Wine Bloggers Conference As Promotion
  • 25 Most Overused Words and Phrases in Press Releases
  • Strategies for Effective Facebook Wall Posts (.pdf)
  • When Wine Tasting Becomes Hard Work
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MN: Expectations high for state's wineries
  • NY: Reed In News Distro Deal for Upstate
  • OK: Let’s modernize state wine sales laws
  • WA: Ste. Michelle, Railex In Wine Distro Deal
  • THE UK
  • £52k of stolen wine seized in Edinburgh
  • Trade reaction to Health Committee Report
  • Connoisseurs say 'non' to Champagne as English wines sparkle
  • OH CANADA!
  • B.C. Grapegrowers Urged to Embrace Data
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • The French-style Israeli winery which is hitting the (Golan) Heights
  • NZ: Elephant Hill Invests Further In The New Zealand Wine Industry
  • Argentina researches into the behavior of 12 new grape varieties
  • How can India's Liquor Baron keep his Kingdom?
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Giant bottle of Chinese wine is 30ft long and weighs three tons
  • Musical wine glass launched

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