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March 21, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Mitch Cosentino Sues Soldinger & Directors of His Former Winery Company
  • CARE Act Now Off The Table?
  • Fracking Calif's Vineyards: Mostly Central Coast
  • WA: Stores licensed to sell liquor could quadruple by summer
  • CEDC takes Gallo's Barefoot to Poland
  • G.H. Mumm Appoints Riondo USA as Exclusive Importer
  • Advanced Seminar at Sonoma State to Focus on Exit Strategy
  • What's in a wine label? Notes of bureaucracy
  • Hopes of the wine industry rest on millennial shoulders
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • NZ: Grape supply 'on a knife edge'
  • OZ: Rains bring mixed results for Canberra vineyards
  • OZ: Growers assess damage after the floods
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo gains approval for shares in Sichuan Chengdu
  • Diageo Gains Chinese Approval for Its Shuijingfang Tender
  • Pernod Ricard confident on China price increases
  • Double your money with 1855!! (Really?)
  • Liv-ex: Bordeaux 2011 weather charts
  • Barclays brings in Diageo's Stephen Doherty to lead corp comms
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Gateway wines for millennials
  • If It's Not Natural Wine, It's Fake Wine
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Social Media Cage Match – And the winner has no shoes!
  • Wine Rack launches online trading
  • Discover Your invinotype to Explore and Enjoy Wines Perfect for You
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Decanter to launch Asia Wine Awards; Spurrier, Lee to co-chair
  • Wine writer ethics, an obituary, and a segue to Tom Jones
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Amelia Ceja on Wine With Mexican Food
  • Robert Parker pushes 2001 and 2003 vintages
  • The 2011 Wines Have Become Superstars
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Barrel tasting drunkenness alarms Healdsburg merchants
  • Aglianico joins the Italian varietals in Amador County
  • Mother, daughter duo make their wine a family affair
  • Calif Ag Day at the Capitol: Farmers, Animals, Tractors, Rodeo Queens
  • Napa Valley and the America's Cup
  • Vintners identify new philanthropic goals
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: First winery in Gila County holds open house
  • CT: Sunday Alcohol Bill Clears Key Legislative Hurdle
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Thousands of Medoc vines vandalised
  • UK: Real Wine Fair 2012 announces line up
  • UK Budget 2012: alcohol duty escalator continues
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: Union strikes deal with government to protect liquor workers
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine grapes damaged by herbicide spray drift
  • NZ: Maori wisdom's powerful influence on winemaking
  • NZ: Matthew Jukes releases annual Pinot Noir Classification
  • OZ: Coal seam gas on nose for winemakers
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China wine distributor ASC has logo knocked off
  • Decanter’s Sarah Kemp talks about Asia Wine Awards
  • Wine Enthusiast, YesMyWine to partner in China for digital magazine, accessories site
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Stroke. Sip. Swirl. Slice: Golfing Argentina's Wine Routes
  • First Costa Rica winery launched
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • In the mood for wine? A wine for every mood
  • Napa Valley's weird and wonderful wines
  • The Goblet Project: A Program of Wine History

  • March 20, 2012TOP NEWS
  • U.S. Spirits & Wine Distros On Track For Significant Gains In 2012
  • Restaurant sales rose 3.4% in 2011
  • Nathan L. Chroman dies at 83; Beverly Hills lawyer and wine writer
  • Judge rules Washington liquor initiative constitutional; foes plan appeal
  • Italy’s share of global wine market hits 22%
  • Americans Open to Purchasing Imported Wine
  • Global wine shortage forecast
  • Calif wineries that stiff their grape growers could be fined, not put out of business
  • Calif Growers Deserve Better From Proposed Protection Law
  • Farm bill passage, specialty crop insurance discussed
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Spectator Cites Boom In Single-Vineyard Calif Pinots
  • Fine wine no longer just from California
  • Calif Grapegrowers Herald Spring Rains
  • Napa Land Trust To Preserve Trubody Ranch
  • Calif Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance Intros Performance Metrics
  • Sierra Madre Vineyard Hires Lane Tanner as Winemaker
  • WINE INVESTING
  • Is China Really a Vintage Wine Drinker?
  • Will Bordeaux Be Fine Wine’s Benchmark In 100 Years?
  • A taste for liquid assets
  • Kurniawan, Part 1: A Closer Look At Wine's Accused Grifter
  • Kurniawan, Part 2: The Interview
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • The Profiles of Social Media People in the Wine Industry
  • Wine retailer ‘excited by Pinterest possibilities’
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Enthusiast Magazine Launches Mandarin Edition
  • Wine Writer Interview: Lou Marmon M.D.
  • If it spews it’s news
  • Lessons learned at a wine-soaked writers' symposium
  • No One-Liners in Wine
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • First of video series on growing head-trained (goblet) vines available
  • Who's Your Daddy?: Gamay
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • On Ride-Withs (and “My First Ride-With”)
  • THE UK
  • Managing a wine retail brand: comparing Majestic and Berry Bros & Rudd
  • Fine wine sales surge for Tesco
  • Duty hike will push average wine price over £5
  • Wines of Argentina launches UK made Malbec
  • Kent 'garagiste' sparkler chosen for House of Commons
  • WSTA appoints new chief executive
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Floods squeeze grape prices
  • NZ: Te Mata inducted into Wine Hall of Fame
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • The Great Chateaux of China?
  • China mulls plan to boost wine industry
  • Foreign vintners benching into the Sugar and Alcohol Expo
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Trapiche budget will focus on developing more strongly United States and Asia

  • March 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • On-Premise Channel Looks To Continue Recovery In 2012
  • Restaurant comps strong in Feb, but operator confidence wanes
  • Bureaucracy from vine to table
  • 'Climate change' cause for Carmenere in Bordeaux wine
  • California Wine Industry in Shortage
  • Higher-priced wines gain favour in BC
  • Spirits Industry Urges Congress to Normalize Russian Trade
  • Billionaire Foley reveals his business secrets
  • Update: Wine nutrition labels
  • Cashing in on 19th century champagne, 11 bottles for sale
  • The etiquette of pouring a counterfeit wine
  • Mystery Wine From the Titanic
  • PARKER, PARKER, MORE PARKER
  • Parker: ‘I should have scrutinised Jay Miller a lot more’
  • Liv-ex interview with Robert Parker, part two: Looking back and moving forward
  • Robert Parker on management
  • Parker: will there ever be a vintage as good as 2009?
  • Parker hints Martin could be his successor
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Single vineyard wine: Is this our inheritance from the Druids?
  • Sommeliers vs Critics: The 30-Year War
  • Raise your glass to a vintage reformation
  • Vermentino: The white wine of the future?
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Unraveling the Mystery of ROI in Social Media
  • A Critical Path for Customer Relevance, Part 2
  • Wine Blogs, Dirty PIctures and Growing Your Anatomy
  • The Imperative to Improve Retailer POS data
  • WineMatch and Google Analytics
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Local couple opens winery in Oceanside
  • Bunnies and grapes at Napa Valley Expo’s Ag Day
  • San Andreas Winemakers Fight Wild Boar to Make Pinot Paradise
  • Shannon Staglin Promoted to President of Staglin Family Vineyard
  • Calif Table Grape commission awards 36 education grants
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • UK: Chief medic calls for two alcohol-free days per week
  • OZ: Health groups tackle 'tsunami' of booze ads
  • OZ: Industry slams alcohol advertising campaigners
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Building a wine industry in mid-Atlantic offer some unique obstacles
  • Lessons Learned for Local Wine Movements from Colorado and Texas
  • Southeastern United Grape & Wine symposium set for SCC
  • AZ: State's wine industry growing
  • IL: New Sycamore winery comes to fruition
  • NY: 2011 Grape production up 7%
  • TX: Pondering things Italian in West Texas
  • WA: Opponents try to cut off liquor privatization
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Beaujolais primed for new Burgundy AOC
  • English fizz grows up
  • Chateau Brane Cantenac Reintroduce Carménère To Grand Vin
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Marlborough grape growers optimistic
  • OZ: Kangaroos starved at Jacob's Creek winery
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Hu Gets the Best Wine
  • Qingdao wine expo to open in June
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Decanting Wine vs. Aerating Wine – What is the Difference?
  • Many stars past and present trying to shine in the wine world
  • Put a Cork In It

  • March 16, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Parker says no one should have the kind of influence he has
  • Pernod in premium wine push
  • Equipment woes close drive California bottle recycler out of business
  • Beer Continues Largesse To Political Campaign Brothels
  • Central Coast wine to get more expensive
  • Kiwi Grape harvest predicted to be lower than last year
  • Chinese visits help boost Coonawarra brand
  • Wine Barrel Process Cuts Risk of Brett
  • The Wine Group Enters Rum Market
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Burgundy takes limelight at Bonhams fine wine auction
  • Wine, scams and millionaires — a lesson to be learned
  • Is Buying a Vineyard a Good Idea?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Provino Inc. Announces Name Change, New Division
  • Update on the wine business
  • How Remridg wine got its name
  • New wine salon planned in Napa
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Vintage chart myths
  • Denis Dubourdieu Bordeaux 2011 vintage report
  • Parker: will there ever be a vintage as good as 2009?
  • 2002 Bordeaux “disappointing”
  • The hidden strengths of sweet wines
  • Wines that balance pizza's flavors
  • My visits to Screaming Eagle and Harlan
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Wine.com Launches Online Tasting Room
  • DeadRed Wine Group Showcased new technology and social media
  • Ads with Friends: Analyzing the Benefits of Social Ads
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Editorial Team Gets Shake-Up at just-drinks
  • Press releases, the wine business, and doing it right
  • Vineyard & Winery Management Thrives in Hard Times
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • 5 SEO Tips for PR Pros
  • Consumer knowledge key to success
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MA: State-Grown Wine Sales Are Up
  • MI: Wholesaler Poll Says Residents OK With Red Tape
  • NY: New owners to re-open Dundee winery
  • NY: Wine Industry Renews Grocery Store Wine Sales Push
  • OR: A Red-tailed Hawk Returns to King Estate
  • PA: Cops get $4M settlement over fall at Sand Castle Winery
  • TX: Vineyards experience early bud break
  • VA: Warm Weather Affects Wine Crop
  • ACADEMIA
  • Agriculture Students Will Find Abundance of Scholarships
  • EUROPE
  • Exports of Portuguese wine to China almost double in 2011
  • FoodDrinkEurope calls for ENVI Committee support for health claims
  • What Can You Buy in Bordeaux For 30 Million?
  • Lanson: Champagne shoppers don't buy on price alone
  • Bordeaux 2011: Merlot succeeds in 'unpredictable' year
  • Waiting for Godello: The New Wines of Spain
  • Irish alcohol consumption increases
  • THE UK
  • UK consumers face 44p tax hike on bottle of wine
  • Alcoholism in the UK and a potential budget tax hike in alcohol
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine business in receivership as poor industry conditions continue
  • NZ: Business confidence in wine industry is down
  • OZ: From the classroom to the vineyards
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China: Highs and lows in a desert winery
  • Socio-cultural Changes Cheer India's Wine Market
  • Philippine Sin tax bill A test of wills
  • A batch of imported wine detained in Xiamen
  • Chaos behind profiteering imported wine market
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Lebanese-Syrian Brothers Look West
  • From Wine Lover to Wine Maker: Synapse Makes the Transition
  • Port — for breakfast?
  • Sad, but necessary: How to Order Wine Without Looking Clueless
  • DEEP CORK FRIDAY: WHITE HOUSE WINES
  • Wine, the New State Secret
  • 2012 Presidential Dinner Menu With the Obama’s and David Cameron.
  • Deep throat reveals Cameron state dinner wines
  • White House Wines: Embargo Broken
  • White House banquet wines revealed
  • MEH!
  • Southern Wine & Spirits of Illinois Announces Establishment of New Wine ...
  • Once again, Southern mumbles and fumbles its way around a long, clumsy, wandering headline and hides what could actually be news. Obviously no one at Southern really wants people to read its news releases.

    March 15, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Ascentia Debt Crisis Lurching Closer to Resolution
  • The world is drinking more and it is drinking better
  • Ponsot worked 'closely with FBI' for Kurniawan arrest
  • Oregon wine, Japanese clients
  • Why Chinese Investors Buy Napa Wineries
  • Removing language barriers among the vines
  • Trevor Mast, Australian Wine Pioneer, Dies at 63
  • Tennessee Wholesaler John Hooper To Make Wine
  • International Eastern Wine Competition 2012
  • Global Billionaires Settling in New Zealand
  • Freemark/Jackson: Exclusive Rights in Your Lease Can Make a Difference
  • US-Korea free trade pact takes effect amid controversy
  • Girl Scout Cookies and Wine Pairings
  • SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE 2011 HARVEST
  • OZ: Riverland winery plays down criticism of harvest delay
  • Bumper grape crop on way (Caution: really annoying animated ads)
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Pernod - Ricard Shareholder GBL Sells EU499 Million in Stock
  • Drinks Americas Reports Q3 Profitability
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Children more aware of alcohol ads
  • Chicago Transit Authority will again accept alcohol advertising
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Calculating Social Media ROI for Wine
  • Social media is about social science not technology
  • What Asia’s Changing Digital Consumer Means for Marketers and Advertising
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine Expert? Nature, or Nurture?
  • Would I recognise a fake, elderly Loire?
  • Critics Cannot Sit On The Fence And Still Be Relevant
  • Cork Taint? Going To The Dogs!
  • Do organic wines really taste better?
  • Taming Red Wine's Tannic Bite
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Sanity On Headlines! PR People: Please Read This…PLEASE!
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Storytelling key to effective advertising
  • Once the novelty wears off, what’s in the bottle?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Neighbor will press more environmental review on Napa Valley winery
  • Update: Wilson Artisan Wineries buys Pezzi King Vineyards
  • Long-forgotten diary of Japanese 'wine king' unearthed in California
  • Crowd weighs in on California ag water quality rules
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NC: Shelton brothers receive state tourism award
  • NJ: Wines, Direct to Your Door
  • NY: Riesling is Beloved, but Lemberger is on the Rise
  • NY: California family buys Villa Bellangelo winery
  • WA: Winery squabbles with neighbors not so bubbly
  • WA: Local winery is expanding
  • EUROPE
  • Italian wine exports reached record euro4.4 billion ($5.75 billion) last year
  • Demand drives Champagne Philipponnat to announce allocation only
  • The Death of Donnici
  • Sparking a vintage debate over bourgeois bottles
  • Sangiovese: Italy's Most Ubiquitous Grape
  • Irish have proud winemaking heritage
  • Moutardier’s Meunier proves a hit
  • THE UK
  • Italy confirms strong presence at LIWF
  • Fizz goes out of UK champagne market
  • Valencia wines conquer UK
  • Spanish king charms the new-world palate
  • Bibendum to promote English wines and spirits
  • OH CANADA!
  • New Ontario winery building approved
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazilian Congress still divided over sale of alcohol during 2014 World Cup
  • Mendoza Revives “Wine for the Tourist” Law
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Tips for ill-mannered wine snobs
  • Wine history is filled with influential women
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Earthworm Treatment of Grape Marc Makes Winery Wastes Better Fertilizer
  • RUDE, CRUDE, ANNOYING SITE OF THE DAY
  • Very loud, auto-starting videos -- thedailymeal.com -- Just say no!

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