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September 10, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Calif Gas Fracking To Affect Wine Region
  • 2012-2013 Predictions on the Wine Business
  • America's Prohibition Hangover
  • LVMH Boss Denies Tax Evasion
  • U.S. Drops To New Low In Global Competitiveness: Economist
  • The World's Oldest Winery Releases Its 800th Vintage
  • Liquor and those Crazy Utahans
  • Oregon does wine its way
  • Farm Groups Dismiss Ag Disaster Bill
  • In Greater China, Luxury Forecasts Yield Mixed Signals
  • Closures: Part 1 ­– the world’s most high profile experiment?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Mendo landowners with marijuana issues get private security
  • Seeking value - and character - in California wine
  • 5 California wine areas to watch
  • The VIP lifestyle - Napa
  • Calif winery renovates to resume winemaking in historic buildings
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Lower yields in the Southern Hemisphere
  • Medium sized but high quality crop for Germany
  • Sierra Foothills/Calaveras County Harvest Report
  • NY: Harvest 2012: They’re All Done at Sparkling Pointe
  • MI: Jackson-area wineries expecting higher-quality grape due to drought
  • In India, Wine growers unfazed by rain woes
  • Rhône wine producers calm and unruffled
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Moderation: key to well-being or lesson in frustration?
  • How does alcohol get you drunk?
  • How dieters should treat alcohol
  • Why are Australians drinking less?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Link-diving, Texture, and about inventing new Social Media terms.
  • Hello Vino Launches Mobile Marketing Platform
  • Why Integrate Your Digital Marketing Tactics for 2013
  • Lolailo Sangria Projected To Hit 500,000 Cases Next Year
  • Hedonism: a wine shop like no other
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Boisset mocks Wine Spectator
  • The Top 20 Wine Influencers (according to Klout).
  • How will the 21st century view “wine critics”?
  • The best wine blogs offer a robust and invigorating alternative to conventional writing
  • Fake restaurant reviews can lead to 'bankruptcy', says Got Juice
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Try your hand at sniffing wines; can you guess them correctly?
  • 5 Key Wine Components And How To Detect Them
  • Champagne house Roederer is touting its 10-year relationship with biodynamics
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Europe's Alcoholic Drinks Giants Compete To Defeat Local Producers
  • Pernod Ricard named one of the most innovative companies in the world
  • Willamette Valley Vineyards Posts Profit for Q2-2012
  • Acker, Merrall calls on buyers to seize wine investment opportunities
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: Fruit Fly Threatens Grapes, Cherries, Peaches
  • NY: Getting Finger Lakes Wines the Recognition They Deserve
  • OR: The Willamette Valley AVA
  • TX: Good news about Texas wine -- no thanks to the state of Texas
  • WA: Calling all sinners! don’t forget to vote.
  • EUROPE
  • The ECB's Collateral List: Wine And Cheese Wheels?
  • Science helps Spain's natural cork industry pop back
  • Tough times for Champagne
  • Chinese 'Monsieur Castel' (Daniel Li) to promote Spanish wine
  • Rioja Gems: La Rioja Alta
  • Saint-Emilion classification in line with market pricing
  • St.-Emilion Issues a Surprising New Classification
  • Only three chateaux dropped in new St Emilion classification
  • French wine output may slump 16% on heat wave, storms
  • THE UK
  • Zagat criticises London service standards
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Award-winning winery in receivership
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China: Alcohol expo bigger than ever
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South African wine makers still trying to gain black market
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 7 Lessons Taught in College but not in the Curriculum
  • Forward, not Backward
  • Single Serving Tip: Reuse Small Wine Bottles
  • A Dummy's Guide To Wine Regions

  • September 07, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Red Wine Study: No Cardiac Benefits From Alcohol
  • $160 Mil Round For China Online Wine Site
  • Treasury Wine Says Stop focusing on price
  • Forbes: VinTank Adds 'Texture' to Social CRM
  • Skipping wine freebies for trustworthy reviews
  • Restoring San Joaquin River could create 11K+ jobs
  • Restaurants Struggle For Growth
  • A Liquid New Year For Kosher Wine
  • Liberia: U.S. Trade Delegation On Wine Promotion Tour
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Demand Is High and Rising, Napa Growers Say
  • Napa winemaker recognized by Smithsonian
  • Krebs honored for NVC tenure
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Portugal: Lack of rainfall reduces wine harvest
  • WA: A Return to Normal Harvest?
  • Sierra Foothills/Nevada County Harvest Report
  • Harvest Napa Valley 2012: It's go time!
  • Rhône wine producers calm and unruffled
  • Before the rain: 25 wine euphemisms
  • Duo harvest the fun in wine region
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Wine Investing: 3 Blue Chip Bordeaux Bargains
  • Proposed UK restrictions won't affect fine wine investors
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Drink To Your Heart's Content ONLY If It's NON-Alcoholic
  • Read Full Dealcoholized Wine Health Study
  • Cut the cost of booze? Let's not do that
  • S. Korea moves to restrict alcohol advertising
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Did Italian Wine Jump the Shark with its Wine Purse?
  • Wine Packaging Now as Diverse as Wine Blends
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • European Wine Bloggers Conference announces event details
  • Review Ethics: Vinography Unboxed
  • Reports of Blogging’s Death Are Premature
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • California Trousseau Captures the Imagination
  • Taking Baby Diaper Aromas in Chardonnay Too Far
  • Riesling -- the grape that doesn't get enough respect
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian wineries expand to China
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Grand Harvest Awards Now Accepting Entries
  • NH: New Labelle Winery In Amherst Weeks Away From Launch
  • WA: Oldest estate vineyards are special
  • EUROPE
  • Pavie and Angelus promoted in new St Emilion Classification
  • EU Court Sloshes Labels Touting Healthful Wine
  • THE UK
  • Morrisons to launch first dedicated sales website for wine
  • Bottle Green on acquisition trail for Discovery Wines
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Who would pair a $500 bottle with onion rings?
  • The Wine Books You Will Be Buying
  • 5 Facts About Blended Wines for Beginners
  • Wine Country' Rap Video

  • September 06, 2012TOP NEWS
  • "A Very Good Year" For Wine: Technomic
  • Wine and Marijuana: Political and Economic Competitors
  • Foley Puts $1 Mil Into NZ Winery Upgrade
  • Wine Not Wholesome Says Euro Court
  • Argentina's fair trade wineries help workers weather shaky times
  • WA: Red Mountain Property Sells
  • Sweet Wines of Bordeaux Aim to Capture the Chinese Market
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Sobering: wine shipping map
  • The Current State of Direct Wine Shipping in the U.S.
  • Nova Scotia to Permit DTC Wine Shipping
  • Kentucky liquor law case is appealed
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Santa Rosa workshop on salmon recovery
  • The Fastest-Growing Wine Grape Varieties in California
  • New book shines spotlight on 'Napa Valley's Jewish Heritage'
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Sierra Foothills/Nevada County Harvest Continues
  • Napa Harvest Report 2012
  • Poor season leaves French champagne makers with little to celebrate
  • Napa Valley wineries: Great growing season
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo CEO's salary doubled by incentive scheme
  • Acker to feature high-profile Champagne collection at HK auction
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Online peer reviews do sell things…up to a point
  • Weight Watcher's Wine
  • Courvoisier Jumps On Moscato Trend
  • Committed customers receive perks at Oklahoma winery
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • 81% of readers don't believe Wine Spectator
  • Who Cares? What’s Of Interest To News Fetch Subscribers
  • Mutineer Magazine Announces New Editor-in-Chief and Publisher
  • All You Need to Know about Natural Wine, In your Inbox
  • The Language of Wine
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • 45 seconds to judge a wine
  • Aromatic plants close to vines, influence wines
  • How alcohol impacts a taster’s palate
  • Joy for brand new Masters of Wine
  • WineMatch launches WheelPlay for iPad & Android
  • The Role of “Place” In Wine Quality
  • A Tasting of the 20 Top Wines in the Beijing Market
  • Argentina’s Malbec obsession
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • First World Wine Problems.
  • Who's Your Daddy?: Merlot
  • Italy’s "Other" Coast
  • Five tips for online wine shopping; Avoid scams and ripoffs
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CT: With Alcohol Consumption Down, Will Sunday Sales Take A Hit?
  • IL: Winery plan gets green light from Warsaw
  • ME: Plan for Maine liquor contract would cut prices, add $41 million for state
  • UT: Allowing clubs to change alcohol prices daily is subterfuge
  • VA: Vintners hope grape harvest stays dry
  • EUROPE
  • Macao Casino Executive Explains Plans for Burgundy Property
  • Pavie, Angelus could be elevated to Premiers Grands Crus Classe A
  • Rioja Gems Part V: La Rioja Alta

  • September 05, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Barrel Stop Foreclosure Sale Set
  • Is Boisset the man who can fill Mondavi's shoes?
  • Domestic Wine Up 8% in August
  • Ontario MPP Introduces Provincial "FreeMyGrapes" Bill
  • Calif heat-illness bills sent to gov, overtime bill fails
  • Market for vineyard acreage heats up
  • Farm Bill Now Coalition in Push for New Farm Bill
  • Ag Water Demand Putting Pressure on Supply
  • America's Absurd Alcohol Laws
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • From The Ashes, A New Oakstone Takes Flight
  • J. Lohr turns spinach into Pinot Noir
  • Exporting direct to Chinese consumers
  • Jordan Winery Grows Malbec
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Champagne Harvest Quota Announced
  • Sierra Foothills/Nevada County Veraison and Harvest Reports
  • Wine season in Washington state almost perfect
  • Bordeaux 2012: Late start, scorching summer
  • Small harvests expected across Europe as California eyes price rises
  • Nova Scotia vineyards expect plentiful grape harvest
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Alcohol: The "Worst Drug of All"
  • Alcoholic beverage raises breast cancer risk
  • Stop Freaking Out About Wine Additives
  • Sulfites: Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Pernod open to bolt-on acquisitions
  • Sotheby's 'greatest single-owner' wine collection set for Hong Kong
  • Online bidding opens Cape auction to new markets
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Naked Harry pics boost wine sales
  • “Discounts are important in e-commerce, but not essential” - eWinery Pres
  • Some wineries adding a little hip to swirl, sniff and sip routine
  • Almond Roca maker, Precept think inside the ( wine ) box
  • Why Today's Wine Lists Need Radical Change
  • Alternate Bubbles Expected to Unseat Champagne
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Implications as social media moves toward images, away from words
  • Five wine bloggers you should be reading
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Blind woman tastes success in the wine business
  • I Smell Mouse
  • Smoke taints wine irrespective of fuel type and hides in berries
  • Misunderstood, Lambrusco not your parents' Riunite
  • Naked Naked Naked Naked Wine
  • The mystery of carmenere
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • VA: Portsmouth couple opening winery in Smithfield
  • OR: It's a small world winery after all
  • NC: Urban Winery in the Heart of The Triangle
  • KY: Plaintiffs seek $346K for legal fees in wine , food case
  • WA: Wine bottle distributor eyes new home beside Kalama's Bennu Glass
  • MANAGEMENT
  • Learn Wine Business Management Online
  • EUROPE
  • Status Anxiety in Champagne
  • Christian Chaussard killed in tractor accident
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine show shake up
  • OZ: Winemaker plants Greek grape variety Assyrtiko
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Demystifying the Pomp and Circumstance of Wine Service
  • Why Does Wine Need to be Stored in a “Vibration-Free” Environment?
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Wilson Daniels Appoints Jennifer Brown director of public relations and communications
  • Aubert Wines Opens Tasting Salon

  • September 04, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Alcohol Privatization Bad For Washington Consumers
  • America Drinking Top-End Wine Fuels Napa Deals
  • Is The Wine Business Sustainable?
  • Fast-Growing North Bay Wine Companies
  • Good News About U.S. Economy and Wine Sales
  • Wine Ratings Hurt Consumers
  • Wine industry focus of PBS special
  • Supply squeeze means end of NZ wine under $10
  • A Meal Without a Mexican? Your Food Has Already Migrated!
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC wineries learn that a celebration of wine and song increases bottom line
  • Wine on roll in Nova Scotia
  • PEI wineries say hot, dry weather good for crops
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sonoma County to study impacts on Russian River water quality
  • Sonoma Valley winemakers' son dies after skateboarding accident
  • Sonoma Loses Two Bright Lights And A Glimpse Of The Future
  • Harvest hopes fuel Sonoma Valley Wine Auction
  • Malibu winery can be all yours for $59.5Mil
  • Which Calif Counties Added Most Vineyard Acres in the Past 5yrs?
  • Turley Wine Cellars Buys Zinfandel Producer Karly Wines
  • Unplugging from California wine country
  • Winery owners, Santa Clara County at odds
  • Gallo Gets Into Rum
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Harvest starts in Washington State
  • Missouri vineyard owners expect the best 2012 vintage
  • Two-Decade Low For French Grape Harvest
  • Home winemakers ready for crush
  • An ideal Napa growing season paves the way to an energetic harvest
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • The harm that 'relaxing' glass of wine has on your health
  • Six good reasons to toast your health with wine
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Pernod Ricard in champagne push
  • NZ Pernod Ricard winery on the market
  • Distell Buys Majority Stake In Chinese Distribution Company...
  • Dynasty Wine Group: irregularity of imported wine market expanding
  • Brown-Forman Earnings Call
  • Plunging wine sales put Dynasty in the red
  • UK authorities to crack down on selling of wine investments
  • One Lesson You Must Learn to Collect Wine
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 Index rises 0.43% in August
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 remains flat
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Boxed Wine Now Comes In A High-End Fashion Purse
  • Things to Know in Trademark Registration
  • Corporate political stands may lead to consumer alienation
  • Yo, mama, now comes chateau time!
  • 7 Keys to Advice Management
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Is Wine Blogging Really Dead?
  • Heimoff: How I got into wine
  • Motivation matters in blogging and social media
  • Doughnuts, dead computers, and other 2012 Wine Bloggers
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine, Women and the idiots around us
  • How Many Wineries Survived Prohibition?
  • Watch £100,000 corkscrew in action
  • Beer-Glass Shape Determines How Fast (and Much) We Drink
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What Happened to New Zealand Pinot Noir?
  • Washington's reds find a sweet spot
  • Determining Wine Preferences by Olfactory Cues and Aromatic Attributes
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Sell wine grapes across Midwest with MarketMaker
  • TX: Local winery opening its doors
  • MO: Local Wineries Are Weathering Drought
  • MO: Chart, Wine grape production
  • PA: Long dormant, Seven Valleys Winery to reopen
  • PA: PLCB Drinks Taxpayers Under Table
  • Washington wine may have a future!
  • WA: Woodinville locked in tug of war: wine, tourists and farms
  • ACADEMIA
  • Wine and cheese for SSU business alumni
  • Vine To Wine Workshop & F...
  • IGGPRA awards scholarships to Cal Poly viticulture students
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • August sees UK retailers suffer worst sales of year
  • Chateau Les Carmes Haut-Brion doubles in size
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM

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