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July 29, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Forget US troubles: Analysts bullish about Treasury Wine’s prospects
  • Is Income Inequality Good or Bad for the Wine Industry?
  • China agrees to talks on French wine dispute
  • Latour’s purchase of Eisele came out of the blue
  • How Globalization Has Changed Value Chains: South African Wines
  • Groups Stand For ’Market-Based’ Farm Bill Reforms
  • Top 100 Most Influential U.S. Winemakers
  • Lafite’s weeping willows
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Winemaker Mike Sinor buys Bassi Vineyard in Avila Valley
  • 2013 shaping up to be ’excellent’ year for wines
  • Thompson bill would create new conservation area in Napa County
  • Napa Valley Vintners Appoints AsiaMedia for China Representation
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Brown-Forman Shareholders Toast Record Year
  • HEALTH
  • Boston Univ Mandates Online Alcohol Course for Students
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • PA: Token reform
  • IN: Grocery Store Cold Beer Sales Decision Possible In 2014
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Blass Says Lower alcohol wines a response to Aussie success
  • The Missing Links Of Wine Availability
  • Whole Foods Should Remove Non-Texas Wine From Texas Wine Display
  • NY: Promoting wine tourism in the Finger Lakes region
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • ’Share’ this photo if you want a lawsuit
  • Tesco to take visual recognition technology to wine
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Cabernet, and the changing nature of wine journalism
  • When communications go bad
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • High-tech corkscrew takes wine from uncorked bottle
  • Parker rejects the concept of "Parkerized wines"
  • Jacob’s Creek launches provenance campaign
  • The Stout MS Report – And Then There Was One
  • "Minerality": Drilling Down on Wine’s Buzzword
  • Begging a Natural Question
  • Kelly Fleming Vineyards + Simmons Canyon, Calistoga
  • inside the head of... Anna Schafer of Amaurice Cellars
  • OH CANADA!
  • A bear walks into a bar in Canada...
  • Open borders for wine urged
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • VIDEO: Avoiding the traps of employee law violations
  • Introvert Power
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Bees Exposed to Fungicide More Vulnerable to Gut Parasite
  • Improving Wine Quality Through Sanitation
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Scottish minimum pricing plans opposed by 11 countries
  • Tesco secures exclusive listing of Jamie’s Italian wines
  • Philippe Dourthe, former owner of Chateau Maucaillou, dies
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Free-Flowing Champagne? No Thanks, Say Chinese Consumers
  • Grace Vineyard releases People’s Series
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Do You Know the Location of the First Successful Winery in the US?
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Talking About Wine to a Non-Wine Crowd
  • Italian Restaurants in America with Great Italian Wine Lists
  • Cork Sniffing? Ritual behaviours enhance food and drink
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Greek Police Make Arrests in Olive Oil Fraud Ring
  • Battle Over Provision Highlights Olive Oil Industry Division
  • 5 Tips and Truths About California Extra Virgin Olive Oil

  • July 26, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Is There a Boom, Bust Cycle in Wine ?
  • Araujo Estate Acquired by Owners of Chateau Latour
  • Hail-Damaged Cote de Beaune Seeks Government Assistance
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA Wine Shipments Bill Still Wrapped Up In Privatization Debate
  • Ontario won’t loosen up wine-importing laws any time soon: Wynne
  • B.C. wants Ontario to open its wine market
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Treasury Wine shares worth chucking out with the wine?
  • Silicon Valley Bank Q2 Income Up
  • Amazon fails to make a profit in Q2, but at least sales are good
  • Cadbury’s Kripalu may join Diageo
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • A&P Grocery Chain to go on sale
  • Waitrose Managing Director is now John Lewis Deputy Chairman
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sonoma Wine Community Helps Kids Read to Succeed
  • Napa Judge hears arguments on Wappo recognition
  • Calaveras Vineyards Reflect Diversity
  • Women for WineSense to Hold Networking Mixer at VGS Chateau Potelle
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Petrus ’98 Climbs to Record $41,500
  • Gucci to sell off $18m Cognac collection
  • HEALTH
  • Mainstream beckons for lower alcohol wines
  • Study of Compulsive Drinking in Rats Could Lead to Treatment for Humans
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • 30 Minnesota wineries offer wine-tasting ’passport’
  • Good use of twitter by a restaurant
  • Australian wine tourism: a unique connection with consumers
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Heimoff through Japko’s eyes, and mind
  • Top 10 wines in the US press
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What does gunflint taste like? The shared vocabulary of wine tasting notes
  • Is wine expertise illusory?
  • Do Aussie Wines Age Well?
  • Rose’: Sometimes It Just Needs To Be Wet
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: 5 Questions with Cassie Hitchner, On-the-Spot Wines
  • WA: Col Solare selects new head winemaker
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Burgundy to revisit anti-hail measures
  • Interview with Gilles de la Bassetiere, CEO of Champagne de Venoge
  • UK Drinks industry welcomes figures on lower underage drinking levels
  • Les Bannis de Pomerol loses latest court battle over vinification boundary
  • UK beer sales fall once again
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Distracted by wine, Tim swapped the priesthood for Shiraz
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Slurp Asia unaffected by UK woes
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Greek Police Make Arrests in Olive Oil Fraud Ring

  • July 25, 2013TOP NEWS
  • 90% Of Burgundy Vineyards May Be Hail-Damaged
  • Spanish Firm Reportedly Buys IL Distro; Stags’s Leap AVA Winery Being Shopped
  • EU-China solar deal hinges on price as trade war deadline nears
  • Napa Crash Course on Counterfeit Wine Protection
  • EU/China Trade Dispute Still Threatens Wine Sales
  • Advertising Pro Dana Johnson Joins News Fetch/Wine Industry Insight
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Chile, Australia join NZ in bumper wine harvests
  • Calif vineyards expect high-alcohol wines from early harvest
  • Columbia Valley Winemakers begin countdown
  • Napa Valley grapes on fast track
  • Great finish expected for Santa Cruz Mountains grapes
  • Scorching temperatures mean exceptional year for UK wine
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Posh Napa Valley home assessed at $100 million
  • California wine gets back to its roots
  • Renegade Winegrape Growers
  • The 1970s/1980s Californian wine revolution
  • Neighbor arrested after alleged confrontation at Napa vineyard
  • Wine paired with words at writers’ yearly gathering
  • Spotlight on Sta. Rita Hills and Lompoc Wine Ghetto
  • A weekend at Jordan with Las Vegas sommeliers
  • Western Australia OKs California table grapes
  • ALLIED GRAPEGROWERS
  • Allied Grape Growers gather for annual meeting
  • Allied Grape Growers lays out profitability roadmap
  • DIRECT SHIPPING, REGULATION
  • Help Pass Direct Wine Shipping in Pennsylvania
  • Wine trade within Canada still being blocked
  • French Alco-Nazis Order Pernod Ricard to pull Facebook campaign
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Pernod Ricard to take India market a peg higher: Pierre Pringuet
  • Will Cans Bring Wine Out of the Cellar?
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • A Private Equity Big Shot’s Naked Ambition
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex: Non-Bordeaux break new ground
  • 100% Bordeaux and The Unclassifiable
  • What’s the point? Chateau Montrose edition
  • Margaux Second Wine Pavillon Rouge Down
  • HEALTH
  • Drinking Without the Buzz
  • Will Red Wine REALLY Kill Your Workout?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Big Wine and the search for authenticity
  • Many faces of Precept Wine in Seattle
  • Dirty, Grimy Wine Marketing
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • When Rankings Lose Their Meaning
  • The Fallacy of Terroir
  • You can’t be slightly pregnant, but you CAN be slightly corked...
  • Can Petite Sirah be the Next Big Thing? Can anything?
  • Ronco delle Bettulle, Colli Orientali del Friuli
  • What is the world’s most underrated wine ?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Cliff Roberson to open London’s first urban winery
  • New drinks to mark the royal birth
  • Syrian winery defies war to supply wine to European restaurants
  • Drowned in Cognac: A beautiful death
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Shocking! Polyphenol Extraction With Pulsed Electric Fields
  • Discovery may shed light on bee colony collapse disorder
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • WA: First director of Washington wine industry embracing foundation work
  • ACADEMIA
  • WSU’s Voice of the Vine- Concord Replant, Native Plants, Wine Auction
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chilean wine shop in Beijing
  • Grape board seeks uniform tax for wine across India
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentine wine gains in South Korea
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Aussie Olive oil: A guide to the 2013 vintage
  • Olive Oil and Trade Talks
  • Native American Olive Oil
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Twinkies (and their clones) pair with sweet wines
  • Alsace Wine Region: A Manual for Oenophiles

  • July 24, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Investment potential fueling surge in Champagne sales
  • Antinori Sisters to lead wine empire
  • Storms ravage parts of Burgundy
  • What Robert Parker’s Like As A Boss
  • Record 2013 Harvest For NZ
  • South Africa’s Constantia Uitsig on sale for 11m
  • VinoWeapons: Moscow Fears the US Could Poison Russia with Georgian Wine
  • Argentine Muscat exports up by 270%
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Kelham Winery Reaches permit deal with Napa County
  • New Leader for Monterey Vintners
  • Napa Council’s BottleRock briefing focuses on communication
  • Fire prompts health warning for Central Valley
  • Calistoga re-brands itself
  • DISTRIBUTORS
  • The Wine Group To Distribute Gancia Sparkling Wine
  • Beer Wholesalers Fund Regulation Award For Beer Regulators
  • DIRECT SHIPPING
  • PA legislators back shipping wine to consumers
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Altria: Ste. Michelle Sales Up 9.1%
  • Diageo seals ’milestone’ China acquisition
  • Diageo takes over China’s SJF Holdco
  • Diageo Will Perform Well Because Of Its Emerging Market Performance
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Investors fleeced by fine wine swindlers
  • Spectator Auction Index Posts Small Gain in Q2 2013
  • Leoville-Las Cases 2009 Bordeaux Climbs to Three-Month High
  • HEALTH
  • One More Reason Why The Wine Industry Needs To Get Off Its Lazy A**
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Wine Drinkers May Now Avoid a Life of Crime
  • RI: Liquor Tasting Bill Signed Into Law
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Alaska Airlines to allow passengers one case of Oregon wine to fly free
  • Brewdog caused ’serious offence’
  • Defiant BrewDog bares beer teeth: ’ASA MOFOs can’t control us’
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Google & Page Rank: The Importance of Being Earnest
  • Vision, Purpose and Value drive a new era of digital engagement
  • Vivino Wine Scanner Gets Better With Time
  • Breaking the Barrier with the iPhone POS
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Why your office is just like high school
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Chilean winemakers, taking high-end risks
  • Wine Quality: Talking the Elusive Vin de Terroir Blues
  • Heimoff’s keynote speech to the Petite Sirah Symposium
  • Character gets to the heart of wine – and oneself
  • You never know what you are getting with chenin blanc
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canada May retail wine sales leap 1.9 pct
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Cote de Beaune Ravaged by Storm
  • Quintessential Brands launches new company
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China austerity affecting corporate alcohol spending
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Could You Really Pick Out The Varieties In A Sparkling Wine?
  • Photo essay: head-trained, dry-farmed Grenache on Scruffy Hill
  • Mission grape’s role in California wine viticultural history
  • Map: The word for wine in every European language
  • The Perfect Summer Drink? Riesling from Germany & Austria
  • SHOULD CRITICS REVIEW WINES FOR THE CONSUMER OR THE TRADE?
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive plantings expand into Southern California, Arizona
  • Advances Help Assure Olive Oil Authenticity

  • July 23, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Portuguese Wines Rise In U.S. As Domestic Market Struggles
  • A Single Parker Point Knocks $1,329 Off A Case Of Montrose
  • Napa County takes ’public nuisance’ vineyard to court
  • Lifestyle Winery Buyers Rebounding?
  • Another Major Study Endorses French Paradox
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Champagne Cuts 2013 Harvest as Sales Fall
  • NZ’s big harvest likely to reverse recent declines in wine exports
  • NZ: Grapes galore
  • More-challenging season tempers North Coast Tonnage outlook
  • OZ: Glass half full for wineries
  • As veraison begins, Washington wine grapes start to show true colors
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Audit reveals 7 wineries exceeding visit/marketing limits
  • City Council to weigh how to handle future BottleRocks
  • Sonoma Sustainable Winegrowing Field Day, Aug. 8
  • William Cole Vineyards, county settle lawsuit
  • Santa Barbara Wineries seat new board
  • Acampo winery appeals county denial
  • Express Wine Delivery triples size in Windsor move
  • New winemaker at Winesecrets
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo To Boost $358M Deal In Baiju Maker
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Innovative Investments Drive UK Drinks Firms
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Margaux ’96 Bordeaux Hits 6-Month Low
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Government regulation US, UK, Canada
  • Liquor Privatization Saves Lives?
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • Follow-Up: Gallo Drops the Bomb, Sues Grenade Energy Drink
  • Legally Challenged entrepreneur not discouraged by adversity
  • PACKAGING
  • Free Flow’s kegs tap wine-by-glass thirst
  • FLASQ Wines Now Available at Cost Plus World Market
  • Paper wine bottles
  • Self-Serve Wine Is Hot in Cleveland
  • New adhesive for condensation-coated wine bottles
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Vin65 adds iPhone to its POS suite
  • How Pinterest could perform better on mobile
  • Movea makes strides with indoor mobile navigation
  • A global perspective is now a requirement for Internet businesses
  • How to be more efficient and manage your Facebook fan page
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • PharmHackers Nail The Blend
  • Beyond blogging: Teaching real journalism to younger wine writers
  • Why PR is your best marketing weapon — and how to use it
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Calif vs. Ore – whose pinot deserves our envy?
  • Thoughts on my Chardonnay Symposium panel on clones
  • Pinotopia
  • Hanzell 50 Years Of Quality, Character and Reverence
  • 26 Hours in El Dorado: Visiting La Clarine Farm, Skinner + Gros Ventre
  • Class, quality, and terroir: Wine through the ages
  • Hitting My Sweet Spot
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: Wine grape growers concerned about cold’s impact
  • KS: Grace Hill Winery invites volunteers to help with harvest
  • NH: Wine and liquor sales hit an all-time high
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Drones and pesticide spraying a promising partnership
  • Breakthrough could mean less pesticide use by California farmers
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • On the Wine Trails of Italy (with the Michelin Man)
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine industry gives helping hand to struggling farmers
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Top wines in the Asian media
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentine families spend US$352 a year on wine
  • Brazil’s thirst for wine slows
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Saving the Wine World’s Unheralded Grapes
  • Booze will NOT last indefinitely in an opened bottle
  • Does Temperature Really Matter? Wine Serving Survival Guide
  • How John Kongsgaard rewrote the rules of white wine
  • Charles Smith – A Winemaking Rock Star

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