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March 06, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Ending California's man-made drought
  • Jackson Family Wines Strives for top-shelf Aussie drop
  • Aussie wine in China needs rethink-Lessons For Calif.
  • C. Mondavi & Sons Rolling New Super-Premium Label
  • The Dark Side of Lovely Wine Country - Is there any excuse for this?
  • The Importance of Brand in an Era of Digital Darwinism
  • Peter Gago Named as Winemakers' Winemaker in 2012
  • Christie's drops Chinese chateau names poster
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Breakout: Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 hits 13-week high
  • 1855: failure to deliver primeurs spreads to chateauonline
  • Cellar Beware!
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Sniff & Swirl Meets Bits & Bytes
  • Twitter Takes on Central Coast Wine and its Great Girth
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Food bloggers share secrets to connecting with brands
  • A conversation with the Burghound, Allen Meadows
  • A great wine fanzine: Loam Baby!
  • Wineries Unlimited Presents What Wine Writers Want and Don't Want
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The In-Betweens of Decanting
  • Parker: Emperor On A Ledge
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Frank Yglesias of California Grapes on wine in China
  • Central Coast VINE Symposium
  • Lasseter family drawn to Sonoma winery
  • Sonoma Wine Company receives certification
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Proposal would expand bottle deposit law
  • UT: Alcohol sampling bill advances
  • WA: Senate budget includes money for WSU wine center
  • WA: Bill to eliminate little-known wine-tasting tax heads to guv
  • EUROPE
  • How Do You Sell a Mouthful Like 'Agiorgitiko?'
  • Additional Transnational Wine Trade Agreements
  • THE UK
  • UK wine and spirit sales down
  • On-trade hit hardest as consumers rein in spending
  • Supplier comparison site promises savings
  • Wine buying requires 'major mindset shift'
  • Accolade Wines predicts low alcohol trend
  • Sainsbury's adds English sparkling to top own-label range
  • Sommeliers serve up tips for Chile
  • OH CANADA!
  • Vineyards: Warren Saunders has seen many industry changes in his 90 years
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Former ASIC boss gets top wine job
  • OZ: Penfold's man on top of world
  • NZ: Winery unveils 'silver bullet'
  • OZ: Winery hoping for burn-offs respite
  • OZ: WA winery fined $60k for ladder accident
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Gifting still driving wine sales in China
  • India: Govt inks 10 MoUs with new investors to set up wineries in state
  • Hangzhou Trade Zone develop bonded business for wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Why It's OK to Disregard the Opinions of Wine Experts
  • When in Purim, feast like the Persians
  • Wine Talk: Pour for Purim
  • Wine Today, Saint Tomorrow?
  • You CAN be a Good Taster
  • Glimpses From A Lost Colony
  • Another Few Minutes Decomposing with Andy Rooney

  • March 05, 2012TOP NEWS
  • In Test Run, Friendly’s Looks To Put Wine On The Menu
  • Beringer mass-market, high-end wines enjoy growth
  • Russian River water conditions now declared critical'
  • Foley plans ambitious projects for NZ winery
  • The Lo$t Decade: U.S. Economy Living In 2002
  • California water bill now flows to uncertain future in Senate
  • Wine and marijuana. Are they alike?
  • Fighting fakes
  • Wine Historian William F. Heintz Dies
  • Charmer Sunbelt, Glazer’s merge MS, AL brokerage ops
  • Beijing restaurants to host Napa Valley charity wine dinners
  • The Primum Familiae Vini clearly regard themselves as the elite of the wine world
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Liv-ex: Bordeaux 2009 trade powers on
  • 2012 is the best time to invest in fine wine since 2009
  • 2012 AUSTRALIAN HARVEST
  • Vintage lost in New South Wales floods
  • Red wine grapes at risk of rotting in north east Victoria
  • OZ: Riverina farmers watch on as crops are flooded
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Immediate reaction to Parker scores
  • Christophe Hedges is changing the face of wine ratings
  • Do wine descriptions enlighten or confuse consumers?
  • NorCal Wine Wraps Up Antonio Galloni Interviews
  • Do we really need wine writers?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • There is no such thing as an "Asian palate"
  • Wine critics more sensitive to flavors buyers can't taste
  • The Art---and Science---of the Swirl
  • The Unnatural Stink Over Natural Wines
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Mendo Grower "offended' by frost protection regs
  • Vintners shifting grants from Auction Napa Valley
  • Thirvin International Launches Proprietary Brand, Stateside Wine
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Real men drink beer, not wine
  • Raising Prices…While Maintaining Sales
  • The Secrets to Great Wine PR
  • Wine Rep Wants Electric Car. Or Horse-Drawn Cart. Or Ruby Slippers.
  • SLO Down Wines breaks mold with Sexual Chocolate
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Insider Wine Sleuth Rimmerman Seeks Bargains for Internet Sale
  • Identikit of the wine-tourist: young and passionate about web 2.0
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NH: Bill would let food stores sell liquor
  • SC: Wineries Could Benefit From Changes to State Law
  • PA: Wine & Spirits Customers Double Billed
  • PA: PLCB Stars in Magnum P.U.!
  • WA: Senate budget includes money for WSU wine center
  • EUROPE
  • Portugal prays for rain as drought adds to crisis
  • Champagne exports near 'peak' of 2007
  • Chinese Bordeaux translations 'not official'
  • Lurton sells Portuguese properties
  • German wine exports to UK fall by one fifth
  • Prowein: Organic viticulture under the spotlight
  • THE UK
  • Alcohol discount ads could be banned in UK
  • UK wine buying requires “major mindset shift”
  • Chilean wines growing fastest in UK independents
  • Accolade launches mid-tier Australian wines
  • DOWN UNDER
  • In Australia, Why the rich don't want to wine ?
  • NZ: Wine Options is signing off
  • OZ: SA grape growers vote to continue paying levy
  • Accolade launches premium Hardys wine
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Are there wine clubs worth joining?
  • A Guide to Wine Faults – Bubbles.
  • Rejecting wine
  • Corkage costs leave bitter taste
  • An Introduction to Wine in New York's North Country
  • The Self-Aerating Wine Bottle
  • Screwcaps, Jars, and the Curative Process: Interview with Chapoutier
  • Wine rich-lister has eye on environment
  • CELEBRITY VINO
  • Lady Gaga to make own wine

  • March 02, 2012 TOP NEWS
  • Lighting Influences Wine Tastes, Price Points: Study
  • Terlato Taps Innovation To Achieve Double-Digit Portfolio Growth
  • Fresno State Wine Professor Fugelsang Retires
  • Where in the World Is My Wine? Track It!
  • Wine subtleties mostly irrelevant to consumer palates
  • Barefoot Advice: A Solid Business Foundation is Necessary for Success
  • Bordeaux Châteaux boycott Christie's Chinese names poster
  • Smith and Wollensky pours wine on the cheap
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Brand New Vintage in trouble, banking on Yarra winery sale
  • Sotheby's plans rare fine wine sale worth £2.3 million
  • Liv-ex: Bordeaux 2009 floodgates open
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Alcohol In Moderation gather global experts in UK for alcohol conference (Why no U.S. effort?)
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Canadians Like the Internet 17% More Than Americans
  • Comparing Mobile Ad Effectiveness in US, UK, Germany and Italy
  • The French, wine and the internet – a couple of thoughts on new survey
  • Wine.com Hosts Second Annual Industry Summit
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Parker perfection: 100 points for 19 Bordeaux 2009s
  • Pinot noir lovers rejoice over NZ Pinot
  • Who's Your Daddy?: Pinotage
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • The money behind the Nunes water bill
  • Time to get real about California's water supply
  • Congress makes move on state water
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • TX: ABC Releases New Advisory on Authentic Beverages Company Decision
  • WA: Ste. Michelle gives $1M for WSU wine research center
  • WA: Southern Strengthens Sales and Marketing
  • EUROPE
  • Pol Roger augments vineyard holding
  • Vineyard Data Quantification Society Conference in Portugal
  • Château Margaux Corks a Problem With a Screw Cap
  • PACIFIC RIM
  • Family business nurtures ambition in Thailand's first female winemaking expert
  • OZ: Grape harvest rolls on, even if it rains
  • Native wines are favored by Xian customers
  • Imported wine prices drop in China
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine cannot cure all ills
  • When to drink a Sauternes wine

  • March 01, 2012TOP NEWS
  • MAJOR UPDATE: American Wine Distributors To Close After Losing Lawsuit & Biggest Client
  • Restaurant Performance Index down, operators still optimistic
  • McWine! McDonalds Has Wine on the Menu in South America
  • New Zealand's Marlborough touted as next big Pinot region
  • Calif. delta tunnel plan would increase pumping
  • How US farmers' markets reach out
  • U.S. Wine to Overtake Italian Wine in Korea
  • Lamberto Frescobaldi Q&A: Why New World wines are the future
  • Trademark Scams: Don’t Trust Unknown Correspondence
  • Aldo Sohm, Le Bernardin's Wine Director: A Week In The Life
  • THE RUSH TO CHINA
  • Mediterranean wines eye joint push into Asia
  • South African producer signs major Chinese deal
  • Wine exports jump as vintners aim for China
  • Western Australia sets its sights on Asia
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Schwartz Will Head Diageo North America
  • Fine wine investment posts double digit returns
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 rises 1.16% in February
  • Fine wine market operates in a structural market shortage
  • 2009 Cos D'Estournel Good Buy for Wine Investors
  • Altia post 7.6% net sales growth
  • CEDC explores options after US$1,291m loss
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol Helps Prevent Type-2 Diabetes, Especially for the Overweight
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • How to Sell Riesling
  • Millennials suffer due to ‘always-on’ lives
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Build Brand Loyalty Before Worrying About SEO In The Age Of Social Media
  • US e-commerce platform Lot18 set for UK launch
  • Flash & Heavy Graphics = BAD: Impatient Web Users Flee Slow Sites
  • How important is wine on the internet for the French?
  • Majestic wins e-commerce award
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • QUESTION: Why are tasting notes so bad? Can anything be done?
  • ANSWER? Use Computer-Generated Stories Instead of Writers
  • In-Depth Interview with Antonio Galloni, Part 3
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Upscale Calistoga resort would replace older resort
  • Relocation of Lodi winery brings up old issues
  • Santa Ynez Wine Country Still Economically Strong
  • Cool Reflections On Howell Mountain
  • AUSTRALIAN 2012 HARVEST
  • Rains threatens Riverland recovery
  • Lucerne growers hope to avoid rain damage
  • Drenching hampers wine harvest
  • Riverina communities watch flooding closely
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine reviews seem to rate bottles only in the 80- to 100-point range - why?
  • Wine experts' ratings may be a wash for many consumers
  • Talking Natural Wine: A Real Discussion
  • What Wine Drinkers Can Learn from Leonardo Da Vinci
  • Speed Tasting, What’s Your Opinion?
  • Noble Rot Affects Quality of Amarone Wine
  • New Beer by Dogfish Blurs the Line Between Wine and Beer
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CT: State's minimum liquor price law focus of battle
  • PA: Liquor Control Board Alerts Customers to Credit Card Processing Error
  • PA: Dangerous Wines Launches
  • UT: Wine Sampling Bill Clears Committee
  • EUROPE
  • Champagne ships 323m bottles in 2011
  • Much Ado About Sulfites, French Wines, and Organic Regulations
  • Romania's Lacerta Winery sold 40,000+ bottles of premium wine in 2011
  • THE UK
  • Laithwaites buys Bordeaux vineyard
  • M&S to stock Lebanese wines
  • Penfolds outrages merchants with 'slap in the face' price hikes
  • Tesco Looks to Fresh Food to Reverse Decline
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Another victim of supermarket duopoly: Anzac maker collapses
  • OZ: SA set to produce best wines of this century
  • OZ: Wine continues to reel from the Euro crush
  • OZ: Wine producers hope worst is over
  • OZ: Chinese consultant fan of WA drop
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Ag Reclamation Dept working with HK company on wine castle construction
  • Success of Wine Inc has come at a price
  • Nanhai found counterfeited Lafite wines
  • Karnataka to brew more wine for global markets
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Drive-Through Wine Market?
  • International wine of mystery and intrigue
  • Pop goes the wine uncorking record
  • Super Tuscan Seconds
  • In a Pinot Noir frame of mind
  • Young Sonoma winery one to follow

  • February 29, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Napa’s St. Supéry Sees Luxury Wines Coming Back In The On-Premise
  • Progress on Calif's European Grapevine Moth Quarantine
  • Winery Exchange Sues 7-Eleven - $2 million Supplier Dispute
  • What would Andrew Jackson drink? Reflections on the $20 price barrier
  • Fine Wine Getting Back on Track (Bloomberg video)
  • Wine Mixology: cocktails not just for liquor anymore
  • 40 Cool Wine Packaging and Label Designs
  • Wine Industry Losing Packaging Weight
  • The manliest wine in the world, or a stupid publicity stunt?
  • Why Does Wine Institute Oppose New Excise Tax Enforcement?
  • Annual Consumer Wine Awards Entry Deadline Extended
  • Patrón Spirits Names Southern of Washington as Distributor
  • China’s wine frenzy, Bill Foley’s wine empire, what sommeliers like to drink
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Liv-ex presentation: The "fine" Champagne market
  • Pernod, spirits groups join emerging market party
  • Diageo names Menezes COO and likely CEO
  • Australian Vintage battling strong dollar
  • Aust Vintage books lower first half profit
  • OZ: Lion appoints new chairman
  • Sideways No More: Wine Auction Signals Economy Looking Up
  • Central European Distribution Financial Results
  • HEALTH
  • Can a Diabetic Drink Wine?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Tastes Are A Changin’ – A Vintner’s View
  • Jaded Palates: A Tale of Two Tastings
  • Harsh conditions make for great wines
  • Naked Champagne, the Making of Zero Dosage Champagne
  • Heimoff: A conversation with Antonio Galloni: Part 3
  • NorCal Wine:Interview with Antonio Galloni, Part 2
  • Cool-climate wines are cool Down Under
  • Wine Biodynamics: Poop, Cosmos and Chickens
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • More money available to fight EGVM
  • San Joaquin County to revisit winery rules
  • Ancient Oak Cellars Names Kent Barthman as Winemaker
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Wine industry plans 'Viticulture 2013'
  • NE: UNL Viticulture Part of $2.5 Million Grant to Tackle Wine Industry Obstacles
  • TX: Prospective wine-grape grower workshop slated for March 14 in Houston
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK: Advertising Watchdog Bans Laithwaites Ad
  • Domaine Huet: Orders Cancelled.
  • OH CANADA!
  • British Columbia Wineries Await Distribution Answers
  • AUSTRALIAN HARVEST 2012
  • Grape pickers rush to beat rain
  • Wine grape rot isolated so far
  • NSW wine grape growers anxious about wet weather
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Imports up, exports down, winemakers unfazed
  • NZ: A New Hope, Way Down South
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wine trade staff from China on ten-day Australia tour
  • Shandong-made wines win over the world
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Winemaker industry has shrunk
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Winemaker’s Hands
  • Oregon winemaker hides his wine in remote places
  • A Guide to Wine Faults – Corked!
  • History of corks and how they work
  • Seven pioneers inducted into Vintners' Hall of Fame
  • Are you ready for wine bottles that could be eaten once you’ve drunk what’s inside?

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