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February 11, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Calif's Record Crush: Balance & Early Price Reductions
  • Are We In a Global Recession? More than Half Say Yes
  • Jan. Restaurant sales up
  • Constellation Stock Upped to Outperform
  • 2012 CALIFORNIA CRUSH
  • California Sees Record Grape Harvest
  • Allied Grape Growers' Estimate Nails Size Of Crush
  • CAWG Statement on 2012 California Crush
  • North Coast grape harvest was largest ever
  • Napa's 2012 grape crop sets records
  • Mendocino County's $101 million grape harvest crushes records
  • Lodi & Calif Grape harvests set records
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Draft Wines Gaining Favor
  • What Brunello Can Learn From Prosecco
  • An inside view of how wine women think and write about wine
  • Is the past the future for drinks?
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Honey bee shortage worsens in California’s almond orchards
  • 46th annual World Ag Expo opens Tuesday
  • New grape variety available by Easter
  • Ways To Save On Grape Spraying
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • There Are 181,000 Social Media 'Gurus,' 'Ninjas,' 'Masters,' and 'Mavens' on Twitter
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Honesty In The Wine-Critic Industry
  • A fresh look at food & wine photography
  • Wine diplomacy: UK tasters diss wine, then pour it for Obama
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Cult wines, or the triumph of hype
  • If restaurants sell wine, they should know how to serve it
  • A Raft of Mature Baroli & Barbaresci
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • WIA launches wine fraud initiative
  • Horsemeat and Baumard's Quarts de Chaume
  • Liv-ex: Spotlight on Clinet
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Governor pitches water tunnel project to farmers
  • Lake County Wine Alliance chooses 2013 Auction venue
  • OH CANADA!
  • Shipping Wine Across Canada
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: Wine Growers Association leaders elected
  • DC: Pharmacies seek grocery-store status to sell beer, wine
  • FL: New bill to allow wine trade in kegs, containers
  • OR: Bacchus Capital pumps 'millions' into winery
  • PA: Corbett faces tough sell on liquor plan
  • TN: Selling wine in grocery stores should be legal
  • TN: Wine in the checkout line? - Themountainpress
  • VT: Free wine event helps boost business - WCAX
  • WA: Privatization Leads To Controversial Tinkering
  • WA: Liquor Control Board Goes To Pot
  • WA: Winery rules under scrutiny
  • HEALTH
  • Sulfites Added to Wine -- The Reason You Get a Hangover?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Thousand-pound Burgundies in £3m UK government cellar
  • Margaux Experiments With Tea, Moon Phases in Winemaking
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Grape yields down on hopes
  • OZ: The grapes are plump – let the harvest begin
  • OZ: Riverland grape yields lower than expected
  • NZ: Sir George hits 50
  • OZ: Anti-Kiwi bashing just generalisation
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • With projections of growth, Ruca Malén invests USD 4.4 million

  • February 08, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Napa's Anu Wines Facing Felony Bad Check Charges
  • Calif Preliminary 2012 Crush report Due Today at Noon
  • US imports: Argentina drops for first time in 11 years
  • South Africa exports record volumes of wine
  • Has expensive Napa Cab reached the tipping point?
  • Law firm 'wine and dine' event with client led to insider-trading case
  • WA: Harvest & Privatization
  • Exports: Aussies Have Giant Plastic Bladders
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • An Alternative Future For Californian Wine
  • SJ County planners tackle winery marketing events
  • HEALTH
  • Study Links Lower Drinking Age With Increased Risk of Binge Drinking
  • Private booze stores kill more people, Canadian study finds
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Are millennials open to non-traditional wine containers?
  • "Women's Wine" Takes Heat
  • [Yellow ] [Tail] [Hopes] [Moscato[ [&] [Red] [Blend] [Trends] [Will] [Boost] [Brand]
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Should You Tweet A News Release?
  • Documentary “Somm” gets snapped up
  • The Great and Influential Wine Blogger Confesses
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • How do you feel about children in tasting rooms?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Cornell debuts Arandell, Aromella
  • OH CANADA!
  • Excellent Outlook for Ice Wine in Ontario
  • BC: Caterers' Liquor License Issue Solved
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Richard Olsen-Harbich Wins Unity Award
  • PA: Local wineries look into selling in state stores
  • PA: Number of beer, wine retailers open question
  • WA: Prosser Wine Industry Continues to Grow
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Nearly Half of US Farms Now Have Superweeds
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Port will overtake sherry by 2020 says report
  • Burgundy's Embarrassment of Riches
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Heatwave damages winery's sav blanc crops
  • NZ: The way to mend a broken heart
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Police bust alcohol counterfeiters
  • Chinese Wine in the Voice of Russell Crowe
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine Antioxidents Protect New Pavement (No Joke, scroll down)
  • The Best Wine Lists At 30,000 Feet
  • Plonk served to Obama on UK state visit
  • LEAST-CREDIBLE, MOST OBVIOUSLY SLANTED NEWS RELEASE OF THE YEAR (SO FAR)
  • PA: Gov. Numbers Drop As Support for Wine & Spirits Privatization Scheme Erodes If you're out to nail someone, try doing it in a factual, credible manner. This sort of loaded, slanted obviously biased language is laughably UN-credible and just plain stinky and tars the sender rather than the target.

  • February 07, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Imports Up 11% – Now 35% Of US Market + Data The Headlines Missed
  • China to be 6th largest producer by 2016
  • China will import less over the next four years
  • Dynasty warning: wine bubble bursting
  • Bacchus Capital Invests in Wine by Joe
  • Market trends benefit California wine business
  • Small business outlook grim in new survey
  • Wine Retailers Can Only Ship to 14 States
  • SAfrica: Worker Wage Wine Whines
  • Analyzing Imbalance In The Supply/Demand Equation
  • Trinchero's Lodi Winery Expansion Expected To Create 400 Jobs
  • [yellow tail] [hops] [on ] [the ] [hottest] [us] [wine] [trends]
  • IntoWine.com Names Its Top 100 US Wine Industry Influentials
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Presqu'ile Winery Joins Wilson Daniels Portfolio
  • Patricia Wilmore joins Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance
  • Good neighbors should help Santa Barbara wines
  • Next meeting Feb. 11 on Central Coast winery ordinance
  • HEALTH
  • Moderate drinkers underestimate alcohol use by 40 per cent
  • Study claims minimum pricing cuts alcohol-related deaths
  • Incompatible drinking tied to divorce
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • 'Truly superb': Bordeaux 2010
  • Bordeaux Trade Falls to Four-Year Low
  • Top 2010 Bordeaux still selling 'slowly' say US merchants
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Cornell to Announce New Wine Grape Names Today
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ME: Liquor bill aims to repay hospital debt
  • NY: Vintners told to take advantage of demographic shifts
  • NY: Winery to open on Pine Street - Lockport
  • NY: Lockport grants $50000 to winery in Old City Hall
  • OR: TTB Approves "Elkton Oregon" AVA
  • OR: Rollin Soles Relinquishes Winemaker Title at Argyle
  • RI: Local Beer and Wine Take on Alcohol Lobby
  • VA: Vintners keep up with demand by planting more wine grapes
  • WA: Firms Competing to Design Wine Science Center at WSU
  • WA: Winery rules under scrutiny
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Organics chief slams Bettane and Desseauve
  • Her Father's Daughter: Italy's Gaia Gaja
  • UK retail sales see January uplift
  • The Real Wine Fair: London 17th-18th March 2013
  • Champagne, Franciacorta, Prosecco, and Cava: Regulatory histories
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • A wine-maker’s tale (tears included)
  • How Lambrusco Started in America
  • Turkish Wine Has Vast Potential, Exciting Flavors
  • Is A Wine Aerator Worth It?
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Trade Group Lawsuit Challenges Olive Oil Labeling

  • February 06, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Calif Denies Licenses to 2 Central Coast Wineries, Investigates 2 Others
  • Demographic Re-Think: Echo Boom (forget Millennial & Gen-X)
  • U.S. Wine's Bright Future
  • Demeter Issues Reports on Wine, Spirits, Craft Beer
  • Financial Crisis Threatens Australian Wine industry
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY & CONSUMPTION
  • Low Harvest May Close 200 Beaujolais Properties
  • Global wine demand rises despite poor harvests
  • China will import less over the next four years
  • Good market for Argentine must
  • Aussie Wine Production To Plateau
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Restaurant Chain Praises Privatization Plan
  • Anger Over PA Gov's Call For Privatization
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • New Market Enforcement Branch Laws For Wineries & Wine Grape Buyers
  • Big Alcohol Tearing Down California's Alcohol Regulations
  • Winery expansion will bring 400 jobs to Lodi
  • Local growers make grape connections
  • Frey Reflects on Sonoma Winegrowers Tenure
  • Unified Wine & Grape Symposium sees juicy records
  • Hahn Family Wines Promotes Industry Veteran Tony Baldini to President
  • Women for WineSense celebrates Bubbles, Brix and Buzz II at Gloria Ferrer
  • HEALTH
  • Diet Soda May Be the More Dangerous Alcohol Mixer
  • Beverage Industry Responds To Paper On Diet Beverages And Alcohol
  • Wine in Moderation: a Review Research
  • Red wine and green tea extracts interrupt Alzheimer's
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Australian Wine: Rebooting a Brand
  • Forget about Social Media for a moment. What’s your mobile strategy?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Taste like with like? Or not?
  • In Pursuit of Ambiguity
  • Mistake pays off big time for Italy’s Amarone
  • Quit Crucifying Kramer
  • Why do some wine lovers insist on exactitude?
  • What the Wellington Ukulele Orchestra tells us about terroir
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian winery emphasizes terroir
  • Okanagan wineries seek greater licence on liquor sales
  • Self-retailing Niagara winery businesses merging
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Northwest Farm Credit Returns Nearly $55 Million To Stockholders
  • GA: Man sentenced in fatal winery shooting
  • MN: Let Minnesotans buy beer, wine on Sundays
  • NH: House Subcommittee Considers Local Beer And Wine Bills
  • OR: Grape project reporting session scheduled
  • TN: Would Sign Supermarket Wine Bill If Passed
  • WA: Opens Competition For Specialty Crop Project Funds
  • WA: Wine Grape Growers Conference underway
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Schizosaccharomyces! Geshundheit!
  • Cornell Engineer Earns Excellence in IPM Award
  • Hiring Top-Notch Farm Labor Means Digging Deep
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK to remain top wine importer, despite projected slump
  • Calon-Ségur prices still climbing
  • Brits to be world’s largest fizz consumers
  • Lebanon switches focus from UK to Germany
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Cheap supermarket imports blamed for decline in cask wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Hack Something With a Wine Cork
  • Butchers and Booze–A Perfect Pairing
  • Everything I know about wine I learned from Catholic school - Part II
  • AMATEUR NEWS RELEASES OF THE DAY
  • Sheetz Applauds Governor Tom Corbett For Taking "A Bold Step In The Direction Of Changing The Way Adult Beverages Are Sold In Pennsylvania (See re-write under Privatization subhead.)
  • PR OVER-KILL: BEER GEARS UP FOR LEGISLATIVE SEASON These were splashed all over the news release sites today.
  • Delaware Beer Distributors Generate $155 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • New York Beer Distributors Generate 7,630 Direct Jobs, $3.5 Billion in Total Economic Impacts
  • New Hampshire Beer Distributors Generate 1,028 Direct Jobs, $430 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • Massachusetts Beer Distributors Generate 1,737 Direct Jobs, $896 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • Iowa Beer Distributors Generate 1,364 Direct Jobs, $447 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • Kentucky Beer Distributors Generate 1,521 Direct Jobs, $496 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • Idaho Beer Distributors Generate 1,421 Direct Jobs, $364 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • Ohio Beer Distributors Generate 4,527 Direct Jobs, $1.6 Billion in Total Economic Impacts
  • Vermont Beer Distributors Generate 750 Direct Jobs, $215 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • Utah Beer Distributors Generate 721 Direct Jobs, $247 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • Rhode Island Beer Distributors Generate $80 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • Nevada Beer Distributors Generate 1,188 Direct Jobs, $411 Million in Total Economic Impacts
  • Texas Beer Distributors Generate 13,581 Direct Jobs, $6.3 Billion in Total Economic Impacts
  • Virginia Beer Distributors Generate 3,791 Direct Jobs, $1.5 Billion in Total Economic Impacts
  • Louisiana Beer Distributors Generate 2,953 Direct Jobs, $971 Million in Total Economic Impacts

  • February 05, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Ste. Michelle plans Prosser winery
  • Duckhorn Sues Duck Walk
  • Falling box wine demand closes packaging plant
  • Brand Familiarity Reigns King
  • Magnotta buys Kittling Ridge wine biz
  • Consumers Spent & Saved Less in Q4 2012
  • SAfrica Farmworker Riots: 3 dead, millions in damages
  • When small wineries get big owners
  • North American Winery Total Passes 8,000
  • Access To Land, Capital Biggest Hurdle For Young Farmers
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • 2 more winery expansions in Tracy, Acampo
  • M2 wants to build new Lodi winery
  • eWinery Solutions Names Barry Gilbert to Board
  • Napa Valley Vintners Announce 2013 Auction
  • 4th Central Coast winery ordinance meeting
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo open offer cleared, United Spirits shares gain 4%
  • Modelo deal parties working on DOJ concerns
  • Constellation Stock Rating Lowered
  • Diageo Hints At New Tequila Brand
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Hong Kong's Tang to auction rare wine collection
  • Christie’s announces HK Burgundy-only sale
  • Update to the Liv-ex Champagne 25 Index
  • The world’s top 10 most powerful fine wines
  • HEALTH
  • Britain sobers up as drinkers cut back on wine and spirits
  • Debate Over Cruise & Booze
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Looking at Customer Wariness to Collecting Data
  • Your Wine’s Visual Brand Story. How Well Does It Work?
  • CONTROVERSY & BRAND VISIBILITY: RESULTS GOOD AND BAD
  • Soda Stream ad banned from Super Bowl [video]
  • A breakdown of Applebee's receipt controversy
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Court: Online sellers can demand customers’ personal info
  • Superbowl Ads Favor URLs, Hashtags –Not Facebook
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Build Your Business using Guiding Principles
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Howard Goldberg on NY Times Wine Writing
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Irrigation: The Root Of All Evil?
  • What's next for sweet red wine?
  • Australia's Fox Creek Beats French Bordeaux
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NE: Winery and Grape Growers Show Comes to Kearney
  • NY: State wine industry needs "masters"
  • NY: Finger Lakes is Rallying Around Pinot
  • WA: Bill would allow underage sipping for vit students
  • WA: Food Boom: Finally, a pairing for Woodinville's wine scene
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Huge haul of gold coins discovered in Champagne
  • England's Rathfinny 'will export 50%'
  • Russia set to resume imports of Georgian wine and water
  • UK Develops Growing Taste For Sparkling Wines
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: New calls to protect Hunter wine region
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Louis Latour vertical tasting in China
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • SAfrica producers band together to push quality message
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Winemakers to Watch
  • The Wine Color Chart
  • Supermarket QR codes to show how food is being produced
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Dangerous scheme hurting Lebanon olive oil industry
  • Olive oil component alleviates intestinal syndrome
  • LONG WANDERING HEADLINES
  • Naked Rebel Winery, Pink Panda Cellars and Winemaps.com to Promote an ... On the other hand, the Naked Rebel and Pink Panda did get my attention.
  • But this one failed: The Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) urges the Government to get behind British wine and spirits businesses...

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