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June 11, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Historic Vote On Pa. Liquor Store Privatization Planned This Week
  • What led to Ascentia's downfall?
  • Central Valley growers struggle with farmworker shortage
  • Farm Bill Amendments Start Rolling In
  • Bypassing the Grape but Enjoying Its Fruits
  • Artist creates dress from red wine
  • Low alcohol winemaking leads to big money partnership
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Just thinking about wine can help you relax, scientists claim
  • Liquor privatization could harm PA's health record
  • Russia May Ban Alcohol Advertising on Internet,
  • OZ: Call for ban on TV alcohol adverts
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • New liquor law permits buying wine at festivals
  • Wineries Cluster in Carmel
  • First wine-tasting room planned for downtown Santa Rosa
  • Copia's children: Doomed wine center spurred high-end tourism in downtown Napa
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Asymmetrical warfare: Ross Brown and private-label wines
  • Tapping into local tastes key to success in China
  • Open door for gay wine tourists
  • Grocery store wine
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Champagne investors see big bucks in fizz
  • Diageo leads Pernod in race into emerging markets
  • 'Pristine' cellar from European collector to go under the hammer
  • Auction of 200-Year-Old Champage Fizzles
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Law Blog Graduates To Wine Law Career
  • Oenovideo Film Festival Honors Mother Vine
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Down The Sink!
  • Calif: Big? Jammy? Not Anymore!
  • 'Wine alcohol levels have risen on average 2 per cent'
  • EUROPE
  • Chianti classico board agrees on major revamp
  • Bank On It: Italian Wine & The Euro Crisis
  • Bordeaux 2011: Out with a whimper
  • Upscale wine lovers throw lifeline to Portugal valley
  • Russian ban forces Georgia's ancient vineyards to branch out
  • OH CANADA!
  • Wineries Look for Leadership On BC Response to Bill C-311
  • Wine Council of Ontario to changes on rules to cross-border wine shipping
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wineries scoop $5.4 million in Federal Government grants
  • OZ: Merlot's worth toiling over: Brown Bros
  • NZ: River Farm properties sold
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Interview: Nick Goldschmidt, Part 2
  • Low-maintenance rooftop vineyard springs to life
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Southern of New England Appoints Simmons Vice President

  • June 08, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Opponents file lawsuits over massive Sonoma County vineyard project
  • Penn Gov disputes job guarantees for PLCB liquor store workers
  • Restaurants' traffic gain best in four years
  • Global food prices fall 4 per cent
  • A Short-Sighted Decision in Mendocino Wine Country—Inevitable?
  • Sonoma State Online Wine Biz Management Applications Close June 15
  • Farm bill offers mixed benefits for California
  • Stonebridge Fine Wine Trade Monitor Report Released Today
  • Biltmore Signs with Youngs to expand distribution into West
  • Ping-Pong Socialism and Wine
  • Tax man always wins at wine auction
  • Government stuck on stupid (Part 1,347)
  • Alcohol advertising ban: Politically correct, shortsighted, wrong
  • GLOBAL EXPORTS
  • Chilean Wine Exports to Vietnam & Thailand Up 23.4% & 34.5%
  • Bottled wine imports to China have continued their strong growth
  • Thirvin strikes deal with Dxcel for California wine distribution in China
  • The Fine-Wine World Continues to Look East
  • Santa Barbara Wines: Big in Beijing
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Constellation, family give $4M to health network
  • Liv-ex: Vieux Chateau Certan overcomes 2011 apathy
  • Brown-Forman Reports Full Year 2012 Results
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Bloggers Conference in Portland Is Sold Out
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Confessions of a wine sommelier
  • Tasting Wine, Broadly Speaking
  • Thursday Thorns I Can No Longer Afford La Tache—Part Deux
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • San Joaquin County puts off vote on wineries
  • California State Fair Commercial Wine Competition underway
  • State Fair Needs An App For 'The Matrix"
  • Latino Vintners from Napa and Sonoma to Present in San Francisco
  • The Serious and Lighter Sides of Winemaking
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CO: New Independent Mega Beverage Store Opens In Boulder
  • WA:1183 A "Seismic Shift" for Spirits Value Chain
  • EUROPE
  • Going to Great Heights for a Taste of Alpine Wine
  • Mosel bridge still going ahead, say officials
  • THE UK
  • Apprentice finalist defends wine investment plan
  • OH CANADA!
  • B.C. versus Ontario: Who has the better wine?
  • No longer Vancouver 'Playhouse' International Wine Festival
  • EXHAUSTIVE COVERAGE OF CANADIAN DIRECT SHIPPING
  • BC Reverses Bill C-311 Wine Shipping Law
  • Quenching the thirst for out-of-province vintages
  • Coleman says new interprovincial wine shipment law 'no big deal'
  • Ottawa drops ban on wine transport
  • Wineries optimistic Bill C-311 will pass the Senate
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Winery shakes off $25m sale talk
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Klein Constantia And Anwilka Vineyards Merge
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The journey of an accidental sommelier
  • Is Rose Lower In Calories Than Other Wines?
  • Would smells from the root cellar damage my stored wines?
  • GOOD ARTICLE, LOUSY HEADLINE
  • How Nelson Family Vineyards Teamed with WineMaps, Inc. to Promote their ...

  • June 07, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Restaurant Index Falls
  • Brown (booze) is the new black for investors
  • Bottle closures not a priority for US consumers, says survey
  • £3.59 bottle of plonk sparks UK panic buying
  • Diageo Reshapes Portfolio, Focuses On Millennial Segment
  • Italian Wine At The Brink
  • Argentine bulk exports rise and bottled wine exports fall
  • The Greeks have Fallen and they Can't Get Up!
  • Wineries Use Data to Build Sales
  • Opus One CEO David Pearson on fakes, strategies and styles
  • Pajamas and the Status of Wine Bloggers
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Voters will kill a peripheral canal
  • Winery events on SJ County planners' agenda
  • Mendocino County wine commission to disband
  • Mendo Growers Split With Vintners Over Commission
  • Calistoga council approves scaled-down winery plan
  • Fresno State sets up Zaninovich table grape endowment
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex: Investing in Silver Wine, Art & Gold
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Liquor store privatization should take a backseat to more important matters
  • Will Union Contracts Stop Liquor Store Privatization?
  • Some Washington liquor consumers find bargains in Oregon
  • EXPORTS: REACHING FOR ASIA
  • Argentina aims to place wines in China
  • Aussie winemakers look to South Korean market
  • Oz wine seeks rising Asian middle class (repeat from yesterday)
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Saying A Sad "So Long" To Dandelion Wine
  • Heimoff Interviews Winemaker Nick Goldschmidt
  • Q & A: Daryl Groom
  • How to beat rising wine prices
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Rosé Means Dry? In the Finger Lakes, a New Idea Gains Momentum
  • Silver Oak: Reappraising a California Cabernet Icon
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Sound As Alternative to Chemical Pesticides
  • CSWA: New Videos on Energy Efficiency and Sustainablity
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Planting, teaching in the vineyard
  • WI: A Winemaker’s Journey Towards a New AVA
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Asian Investors Snaffle French Vineyards
  • UK Supermarkets buoyant over Jubilee sparkling wine sales
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian wine soon to flow freely between provinces?
  • Canada's Direct Wine Shipping Prohibition About to End
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Price foam of 30% exists in Xiamen wine market
  • Building wine brands in China is complex and costly
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Argentina's Insider Red Grape
  • Adyar: Organic wine in pursuit of Lebanese flavor

  • June 06, 2012TOP NEWS
  • The Wine Market Sobers Up
  • Branding Nightmare #1: Beer And A Cannibal Killer
  • U.S. Farm Bill on the Move
  • Two Central Valley deaths may be heat-related
  • Congress must provide immigration solution for farms
  • Don Sebastiani Earns Slot As a Top-100 Political Donor in California
  • PA: Liquor-store pact could stall privatization
  • New Constitutional Battle? – Missouri Challenge To Wholesaler Residency Requirements
  • Moss Adams announces 2012 Wine Industry Financial Benchmarking Survey
  • How Consumers Feel About Shopping In-Store, Online, and via Mobile
  • Sonoma State Online Wine Biz Management Certificate Accepting Applications
  • Australia out to capture rising Asian middle class
  • Organic trade between the United States and European Union begins
  • Jim Delegat onboard damaged yacht in offshore ace
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Registration Now Open - 2012 Wine Industry Technology Symposium
  • Viticulturalist Roy Chavez Dies
  • Are California grapegrowers getting too cocky?
  • Madera vineyard to receive prestigious award
  • Paso Robles Winery Pioneer Doug Beckett Turns Another Corner for Peachy Canyon
  • Lodi winery signs with big distributor
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • You're fired! Lord Sugar rejects fine wine hedge fund
  • Brown-Forman Q4 Profit Down 37%
  • Wealth managers toast wine funds
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Beer-Branded Wine?
  • Vintank Shows Us the Future of CRM for Vertical Industries
  • Wine veteran sees red over 'copycat' brands
  • Sheraton Launches Premium Wine Tasting Social Hours
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • French still the best winemakers?
  • An imaginary conversation between a critic (me) and a cult winemaker
  • Record numbers aspire to be Masters of Wine
  • Money-blind Wine Tasting
  • Are low-alcohol wines on the rise?
  • Sending Wine Back
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Explore all the Pacific Northwest has to offer
  • Pacific Northwest wine brands lure Gallo
  • AZ: Water, wine — Arizona?
  • CO: Denver Winery Wants National Recognition
  • KY: Winery opening will help boost area wine trail
  • NY: Legislation Would Save Farm Wineries Money, Time
  • VA: Winery at Bull Run opening in Centreville
  • WA: Gallo - smitten by Washington wine
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • “Love your Liver” leads UK responsible drinking effort
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Pollination Dynamics of Cabernet Sauvignon
  • EUROPE
  • Bordeaux vineyard prices up 10% in 2011
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Henderson to appeal wine ruling
  • OZ: Federal Government to be asked to approve wine bodies merger
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India a 'slow burn' for fine wine despite tax hope
  • 2012 Hangzhou International Imported Wine Exhibition to be held
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • What to Call Espumante Brasileiro?

  • June 05, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Soldinger-Run Cosentino Winery Creditors Stiffed For More Than $9 Million
  • USDA to lift quarantine in 4 Calif. counties now free of European grapevine moth
  • California cuts flavored malt beverage taxes 94%
  • Water crisis in California, Texas threatens US food security
  • Lot18 Let 10 People Go, Cofounder Fortuna No Longer Day To Day
  • Avionics, Oregon wine pioneer Ed King Jr. dies
  • Bill Foley Sees More Acquisitions Ahead
  • Interview: E. & J. Gallo Makes Big Washington State Wine Purchases
  • Aussie Shiraz Poised For A Comeback In The U.S.?
  • The West of the West Wine Fest: Reality Over Fantasy
  • Central European Distribution expects to restate financial results
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Just one glass of wine can give you an asthma attack
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • New Twitter Tool Gives Greenlight to Alcohol Brands
  • Tesco alcohol boss slams big brand social media ‘bad job’
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • “How Do I Get My News Included In Wine Industry Insight?”
  • Why The Gray Report stopped allowing anonymous comments
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Hazy Wine—No Longer A Dirty Word
  • Artisan Wine versus Grape-a-hol: A Rant
  • Winebits 232: "Girly" wines, wine judging, wine scores
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: King Estate Winery - Edward J. King Jr. Aug 8, 1921 – Jun 3, 2012
  • VA: Chesterfield plantation home to a new research vineyard
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • The Future Of Wine In China
  • Tasting Series 1980 from Dynasty uses Nomacorc closure
  • Nick Bartman’s investigation of fake wine, other IPR issues in China
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Malbec accounts for 14% of Argentine vines
  • THE UK
  • Royal Vineyards

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