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January 04, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Three Firms Account For Half of US Wine Sales
  • Is Wine Biz Concentration Consumer Fraud
  • China's imported wine bubble bursts
  • Bay Area Calif vintners cautiously optimistic
  • Oregon Wine Leader Bullish About 2013
  • OIV proposes to change definition of bulk wine
  • 2013 GLOBAL WINEGRAPE SUPPLY ESTIMATES
  • Argentina – substantial increase expected for 2013 crop
  • South Africa - 2013 vintage expected to be virtually on a par with 2012
  • Burgundy – price rises likely due to short crop
  • France - small 2012 crop causes dramatic decrease in wine growers’ incomes
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Long Meadow Ranch Creates 90-acre Estate in Rutherford
  • CA's new 'fracking' regs 'first step' to proliferation of permits
  • Winery To Expand In South Lompoc
  • Mijn Rabobank
  • Water users blast State Water Board’s proposed decision
  • Lake County Class to address agricultural energy use
  • Todd Alexander becomes Pritchard Hill winemaker
  • The evolution of Napa grapegrowing
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol & health message is confused
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Top Food & Beverage Stock Picks For 2013
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Vinance collapsed 'owing wine worth £5m'
  • Vinance plc: 'criminal disregard' for investors' money
  • Schroders adviser suggests fine wine is 'long-term investment'
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • New Rules for Party Bus Drinking
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Contra Contra or How I Lost my Marketing Mojo
  • Wine prices in 2013
  • Nielsen Offers Alcohol Marketing Insights
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • The Atomic Weight of Social Media Interactions
  • What Your Business Needs to Know About Facebook’s EdgeRank
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • My first and final post on Natalie MacLean
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • When tasting notes are bad
  • Descriptive words vs. technical terms: not always the same
  • Consumer Reports Lightens the Load for Wine Reviewers
  • Petite sirah can be a real tough-guy red with a pretty name
  • OH CANADA!
  • Ontario Liberals tempt fate with liquor retail revolution
  • NZ & Marlborough’s meteoric rise on the wine scene
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Taking A New Look At Organic Versus Genetic Modification
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Chain Store Wine and Beer Sales Would Increase Revenue
  • EUROPE
  • St Emilion’s class struggle
  • Branding Battles in Bordeaux – The Attacks on Small Chateaux
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Aussie wine trends: 8. Italian varieties and moscato
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Why do wine import stickers cover back labels in China?
  • Wine tourism takes off in India's answer to the Barossa
  • Money to burn, but no idea about an elegant sufficiency
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Can bag-in-box white wine stay fresh outside the fridge?
  • 8 Signs That You Might Be a Wine Geek
  • Idaho Inmates Sue Beer, Wine Companies: Claim Alcohol Led To Their Crimes
  • Amazing Champagne Cork Chairs.
  • A wine class you can take from the comfort of your own personal device
  • Does a Spoon in the Bottle Keep Champagne Bubbly?
  • Wining & Dining – The Sediment Guide to Wine and the Dinner-Party

  • January 03, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Astounding Visualization Of America's Wine Biz (Click & Zoom For Best Effect)
  • Parker blasts wine bloggers: “the bar is so damn low”
  • Ciatti: French Wine Prices Rising as Inventory Runs Out
  • Congress Sidelines Specialty Crop Funding in Tax Legislation
  • Rothschild Family Implicated In Court Case
  • Economic uncertainty clouds restaurant operator outlook
  • The Robert Parker Train Wreck
  • 2008 farm bill extended by nine months
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Paso Robles winery Buys Twightlight Cellars
  • Jackson family buys into new AVA
  • Longoria plans wine-making facility
  • California Wine Confronts Fracking
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex indices finish 2012 on a six-month high
  • HEALTH
  • Responsible Female Drinkers Face Lower Risk of Depression
  • Alcohol calories 'too often ignored'
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Free Teleseminar: Guidance Support For Winemaking Compliance
  • Wineries, Who Is In Your Compliance Corner?
  • 2013 Employment Reminders
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Beverage firms can seize control of retail channel
  • China Wine & Spirits Awards Partners with Beverage Trade Network
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The Future of French Wine: Overcoming 'Terroirisme' and Stagnation
  • Why I Love The Idea Of Natural Wines
  • OH CANADA!
  • Twillingate winery lands Chinese contract
  • LCBO to launch two new store formats to buy alcohol
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • GA: The Vintner Group Expands Multi-State Footprint To Georgia
  • KS: Chamber wants grocery stores to sell wine, liquor and full-strength beer
  • MA: Farmers markets give local wineries an economic boost
  • MO: With 108 wineries, is Missouri tapped out?
  • NY: Ice wine harvest begins in Finger Lakes
  • OR: Winemakers seek relaxed 'growler' rules
  • TX: Local grape growers to meet
  • VA: Alcohol sales up, ABC sees record profit
  • EUROPE
  • The Future Bordeaux – No More Merlot?
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Tomich Wines to open cellar door in Shanghai, China
  • OZ: Catastrophic fire risk for South Australia
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China Sprouting Homegrown Wine Culture
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Understanding an Italian Wine List
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive oil just got better
  • Roman ‘Olive Villas’ Unearthed in Antequera

  • January 02, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Silicon Valley Bank: 2013 State of the Industry Video Conference
  • Fine Bordeaux less than a fine investment in 2012
  • Ag Lender Cobank Repurchases $95.3 Million In Subordinated Debt
  • Casella Wines counts cost of flood
  • Legendary wine importer Martine Saunier sells her business
  • Champagne loses fizz after tough year on Euro
  • Prosecco: The Rape of the Veneto
  • Food Safety Modernization Act Facility Renewals Due
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Mondavi, The Water Witch
  • Herbicide Scarcity Expected in California
  • Napa River, Sonoma Creek Water Regulations Advance
  • New year means it’s time to report diesel truck mileage
  • Court ruling in Siskiyou County bolsters water rights
  • HEALTH
  • Dieters 'should cut booze to ditch pounds'
  • Wine After Heart Attack Study Confusing
  • Men and Women Not Alike With Drinking and Driving
  • Are all foods linked to cancer? Yes … but don’t worry
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Oenophile Overlord Robert Parker Has a Short Finish
  • Robert Parker and Yelp redefine perfection
  • Shedding a little light on The Wine Advocate’s new mystery man
  • In Defense Of Natalie MacLean
  • MacLean feels the wrath of grape
  • SOCIAL MEDIA. MARKETING & SALES
  • Vintank: Recalibrating The Compass
  • Odd labels help sell Napa wine
  • The importance of relationships in CRM and social in CSR
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • MD: Direct shipment law expands wine choices
  • WA: Privatizing liquor sales hasn't brought price down
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Pernod Ricard: On-Premise Driving Gains
  • CEDC and Russian Standard Agree to Revised Transaction
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • First Growths mirror Shanghai stocks
  • Acker Merrall Still Top Dog
  • Demand Falls for Fine Wine
  • The $168000 bottle of wine
  • Bordeaux 2013 – All Change or Status Quo?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • “Intriguing blemishes” a factor in good wine?
  • Appreciation of past wines
  • Ice wine: Older is better?
  • Brettanomyces: Funky Yeast, Makes Flavorful Beers
  • Never, Ever Drink Champagne From A Flute
  • Eric Asimov Wonders Why Food Lovers Would Drink Bad Wine
  • Effects of Champagne Bottle Size on Dissolved CO2 Loss after Pouring
  • Petite Sirah: a consideration
  • OH CANADA!
  • Ontario markets to open wine boutiques
  • Will Canadians shop differently for wine in 2013?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: Wine industry targets state residents
  • MD: Law Would Allow Online Kosher Wine Buying
  • Liquor stores rebuff grocery stores' wine proposal
  • PA: Vineyard Manager Enlists Amish Work Crew
  • TX: Centennial wants to sell 13 liquor stores to Pilot Point company
  • WA: Winemakers upbeat about 2012 wine-grape harvest
  • ARGENTINA
  • Argentina forecasts stronger 2013 grape season
  • Taming Torrontes, Argentina's Volatile Grape
  • Argentina: Good quality, volume for 2013 harvest
  • Mendoza-Based Argento Wine Company Continues U.S. Push
  • Argentina’s Upscale Producers Say Bulk Labels Could Diminish Category’s Prestige
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Biodynamic Vineyards Richest In Microbial Life
  • Even in Same Vineyard, Different Microbes May Create Variations in Wine Grapes
  • Digital Imaging Can Improve Wine
  • Extreme Wine: Vineyard Edition
  • Concrete wine tanks growing in popularity
  • Increasing the Antioxidant Capacities of Sparkling Wine
  • Scientists Reduce Cachaça Maturation From Years to Minutes
  • EUROPE
  • Champagne sales drop in France, Europe
  • Climate Change Threatens French Wine
  • Austrian Wine: More Diverse Than You Think
  • THE UK
  • English wine producer goes under
  • Tipplers face new headache as wine price rise kicks in
  • Prosecco outperforming Champagne in UK
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Marisco Vineyards buys Marlborough property
  • OZ: Winery business sparkles in hot weather
  • OZ: Top 10 Aussie trends
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Real Israel: Uncorking wine’s secrets
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What Goes into Your Beer and Wine
  • Hey, vintner, there's a fish bladder in my wine
  • Everything I know about wine I learned from Catholic school - Part I
  • 5 Wishes for Wine in 2013
  • So, You Want to Live in California Wine Country?
  • Thunderbird Artists Offers Patrons the Exclusive Opportunity to Sample Wines
  • The relative sizes of the appellations of Bordeaux
  • The German roots of California wine
  • The weird and wacky year in wine and spirits
  • Combining science and art at Ovid
  • MANAGEMENT
  • 5 Tools to Keep Your New Year’s Business Resolutions
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Pakistan to Plant 4 Million Olive Trees
  • Olive oil boost bones, stymies strokes, corrects cholesterol
  • 5 alternative uses for olive oil
  • READ IT AND WEEP
  • From NASCAR to rum, the 10 weirdest parts of the ‘fiscal cliff’ deal

  • December 21, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Beer, wine, off-sale among worst businesses for 2013
  • Jackson wines buying 877 acres in Mendocino County
  • Next In Line For A Fracking Boom, Calif Looks At The Rules
  • Sotheby's 2012 Wine Auction Sales Plunge 25 Percent
  • Champagne at Cava prices could seriously damage category
  • No farms? No wine
  • Women Drive India's Newfound Love Of Wine
  • 10 percent of all Bordeaux wines bound for China
  • Canadian Province Opens to DTC Wine Shipments
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Alpen Cellars Builds Its Own Power Grid
  • LA Continues Water War Against State
  • The Shafer legacy - Napa
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Credit Suisse cuts forecasts for Diageo
  • JP Morgan gives thumbs up to Diageo's potential $10bn bid for Beam
  • Accolade plans Hardy’s relaunch
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • The 2012 Liv-ex Power 100
  • French Vineyards benefiting from globalised real estate market
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Study shows how red wine compound slows aging
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • People Who Make $500 Wines, $10 Wines, and Everything in Between
  • Wine Gifting Bounces Back from Recession
  • Salon.com launches wine flash site
  • New Mobile Application Development for America's Wine Trails
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Natalie Maclean - the gift that keeps on giving
  • World’s Best Wine Writer Busted
  • Wine Technology of the Future: Multi-Stream Wine Aerating Device
  • MANAGEMENT
  • The Power of an Open and Honest Apology
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • How The Current Generation of Sommeliers Got Into Wine
  • Petite Sirah: a consideration
  • Uncle Milton's Biodynamic Ant Farm
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • WA: Wine Science Center at Tri-Cities seeks design-build proposals
  • EUROPE
  • From Porn Star To Wine Maven
  • A curse on Château d’Yquem?
  • Bordeaux Grands Crus Elect New President
  • French wine 'should be protected' by French law
  • Bordeaux's new UGC president urges more involvement
  • THE UK
  • LIWF director to leave in January
  • Creditors prepare claims as Thierry's goes into administration
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Still fortified, Buller family seeks buyer as winery trading continues
  • OZ: South Australian grapegrowers protest on the streets
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Grape Wall Challenge 2012

  • December 20, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Guns, alcohol, other vice stocks post solid gains this year
  • Can raising liquor prices stop drunkenness?
  • Natalie MacLean: 'What I am doing is legal and right'
  • As wine industry evolves, local regulation remains king
  • SAfrica May Have Huge 2013 Wine Grape Crop
  • Viticulture: Fruity with a hint of drought
  • Planting Rights "Not My Priority" Says EU Commissioner
  • Chateau Rieussec will make no 2012 vintage
  • Russia To Lower Tariffs On US Wines
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Interview: Auberge Resorts CEO Mark Harmon
  • Morlet purchases St. Helena land
  • Winemaker has visions of vineyards in Fallbrook's future
  • Napa downtown gets 26 new businesses in 2012
  • Report: Sonoma County jobs, income will grow in 2013
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo to blend sales mojo & sport
  • Pernod Ricard US CEO Talks Business
  • Rémy Cointreau to acquire Larsen Cognac
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Interest in off-vintages spreads
  • Bordeaux 2012 Prices Seen Resisting Pressure for Cuts
  • Underground vaults provide 'ideal environment' for fine wine
  • Trade for lesser Firsts pushes Liv-ex 50 up
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Vintners' Alliance powers wine industry's only scaled retargeting network
  • The Internet loves Barefoot and Cupcake wine
  • Constellation Rewards Wine Shoppers With New App
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • How To Make Wine Seem Unpleasant
  • Time to end snobbery in wine: among owners
  • Robert Parker and Digging a Wine Critic's Grave
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Does MS mean Master of Spitting?
  • OH CANADA!
  • New equipment for skills training in the Okanagan
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: State Wines Expand Reach
  • TN: Give local voters opportunity to decide wine sales
  • EUROPE
  • Vineyard vandal's arrest solves Italy wine mystery
  • Avignonesi Winery acquires third vineyard in 18 months
  • New film features 'Outsiders' in Languedoc
  • Q&A: Marimar Torres
  • Sogrape firmly back under family control
  • THE UK
  • Let's hear it for home-grown sparkling wines
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine Australia to hold global wine forum
  • OZ: Merger of wine bodies queried
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Berland, Seely, Cakebread on Chinese Wine Market
  • 'India's Napa Valley' draws city tourists to wine
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina shipments to Mexico up
  • Interview: Winemaker Susana Balbo
  • GOODBYE 2012, HELLO 2013
  • Looking back on 2012 for the wine trade: part 3
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Quick & Dirty Guide on Napa Wine
  • BAD HEADLINE THAT NEEDS PROFESSIONAL HELP
  • Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits and Vintage Wine Estates Revamp Cigar Zin With Bold New Campaign To Get Consumers Fired Up

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