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December 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Sale of Madera vineyard brings near record price
  • Champagne market unlikely to pick up until 2014
  • Gina Gallo tops list of most powerful women in wine
  • Brunello Vandal "An Angry Man"
  • Centennial Beverage files for bankruptcy
  • Nielsen Explores Adult Beverage Consumer’s Mind
  • American’s income growth slowed in Q3
  • Will B.C. Wine Laws Intoxicate Ontario?
  • Pay-to-play and wine writer ethics
  • Aussie Winery collapse heightens industry fears
  • Desire for prestige damaging Bordeaux brand
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • California Table Grape Commission Court Dates Set
  • Russian River blueprint focus of public meeting Thursday
  • Parcel Data Update On Wine Country Fracking Rights
  • Calif Releases Fracking Regulations Draft
  • Cal Delta tunnel plan doesn’t measure up
  • HEALTH
  • Beer: A healthier choice than wine?
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Christie's breaks records with Tour d'Argent sale
  • Bordeaux Grabs 18 of Top 25 Lots at Acker Merrall Auction
  • Sotheby's far exceed pre-sales estimates for 2012
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • 7 Tips for Better Age Verification for in 2013
  • Restaurant Assn, Technomic To Offer Adult Beverage Expertise
  • Prosecco leads new trend of using sparkling wines as mixers
  • Significant Price Variance For Most Popular Wine Varietals by Glass
  • Why Distributors All Win by Competing on the Same Platform
  • All-New York Wine Boutique Opens In Niagara Falls
  • Bollinger’s Bizot produces Salon equivalent in Australia
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • AVA Designation tends to restrict the range of varieties grown there
  • Grape Marc Acidification & the Aromatic Quality of Grappa
  • GOODBYE 2012, HELLO 2013
  • The Top Wine Stories Coming in 2013
  • Looking back on 2012 for the wine trade: part 2
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Winemaker Plans To Harvest Grapes In The Nude
  • Forbes Food & Wine "30 Under 30"
  • Read the fine print on champagne bottles to find the best bubbles
  • No Evidence That The Old Days Of Wine Were So Wonderful, Says Author
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • NY: Eleven Cornell specialty crop projects receive almost $1 million
  • Cordon heights critical to protecting vines from freezing?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Champagne slowdown blamed on Euro sippers
  • New UGC pres calls for cooperation between chateaux and negotiants
  • Virgin Wines announces record sales
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Good crop for Murray Valley wine grape growers
  • NZ: Marisco Vineyards acquires 2,000 ha Marlborough estate
  • OZ: Buller Wines collapse 'a sign of the times'
  • NZ: Winegrowers appoint marketing manager
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese rice wine giant buys into French wine franchiser
  • Annual increase rate of China wine consumption reaches to 9%-16%

  • December 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Sale of Madera vineyard brings near record price
  • Champagne market unlikely to pick up until 2014
  • Gina Gallo tops list of most powerful women in wine
  • Brunello Vandal "An Angry Man"
  • Centennial Beverage files for bankruptcy
  • Nielsen Explores Adult Beverage Consumer’s Mind
  • American’s income growth slowed in Q3
  • Will B.C. Wine Laws Intoxicate Ontario?
  • Pay-to-play and wine writer ethics
  • Aussie Winery collapse heightens industry fears
  • Desire for prestige damaging Bordeaux brand
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • California Table Grape Commission Court Dates Set
  • Russian River blueprint focus of public meeting Thursday
  • Parcel Data Update On Wine Country Fracking Rights
  • Calif Releases Fracking Regulations Draft
  • Cal Delta tunnel plan doesn’t measure up
  • HEALTH
  • Beer: A healthier choice than wine?
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Christie's breaks records with Tour d'Argent sale
  • Bordeaux Grabs 18 of Top 25 Lots at Acker Merrall Auction
  • Sotheby's far exceed pre-sales estimates for 2012
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • 7 Tips for Better Age Verification for in 2013
  • Restaurant Assn, Technomic To Offer Adult Beverage Expertise
  • Prosecco leads new trend of using sparkling wines as mixers
  • Significant Price Variance For Most Popular Wine Varietals by Glass
  • Why Distributors All Win by Competing on the Same Platform
  • All-New York Wine Boutique Opens In Niagara Falls
  • Bollinger’s Bizot produces Salon equivalent in Australia
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • AVA Designation tends to restrict the range of varieties grown there
  • Grape Marc Acidification & the Aromatic Quality of Grappa
  • GOODBYE 2012, HELLO 2013
  • The Top Wine Stories Coming in 2013
  • Looking back on 2012 for the wine trade: part 2
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Winemaker Plans To Harvest Grapes In The Nude
  • Forbes Food & Wine "30 Under 30"
  • Read the fine print on champagne bottles to find the best bubbles
  • No Evidence That The Old Days Of Wine Were So Wonderful, Says Author
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • NY: Eleven Cornell specialty crop projects receive almost $1 million
  • Cordon heights critical to protecting vines from freezing?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Champagne slowdown blamed on Euro sippers
  • New UGC pres calls for cooperation between chateaux and negotiants
  • Virgin Wines announces record sales
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Good crop for Murray Valley wine grape growers
  • NZ: Marisco Vineyards acquires 2,000 ha Marlborough estate
  • OZ: Buller Wines collapse 'a sign of the times'
  • NZ: Winegrowers appoint marketing manager
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese rice wine giant buys into French wine franchiser
  • Annual increase rate of China wine consumption reaches to 9%-16%

  • December 18, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Buyers, Prices Named For Wine Country Oil/Gas/Fracking Rights
  • Paso Robles groundwater basin needs restoring
  • Former Winery Employee Arrested in Brunello Vandalism
  • Record DtC Sales Continue
  • Aussie Wine grape growers says prices below cost of production
  • By The Glass: Consumers Select Wine by Palate Not Price
  • Miller/Coors: beer-wine hybrid drink test success
  • China to drive ag commodity demand for next decade
  • Farm employers confront 'play-or-pay' health care rule
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Paul Hobbs acquires 63 acres of Napa Valley vines
  • Old liquor law faces a new test in California Legislature
  • Bailey Appointed Southeast RSM For The Hess Collection
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • French Paradox: Is It Really The Cheese Not The Wine?
  • How To Minimize Holiday Drinking
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • "Natalie MacLean should pay" -- W. Blake Gray
  • Crisis Communication Lessons from the Tragedy at Sandy Hook
  • Old critics never die, they just retire to Cloudy Lees
  • Eulogy for the Wine Writer
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Wine Auctions Drop 19%, Chinese Demand Cools for Bordeaux
  • Why Don’t More People Collect Port?
  • Liv-ex: Setting standards
  • Time to buy Bordeaux, sell Burgundy (and drink the rest)
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Red Mountain: Think Global, Drink Local
  • Sun-Dried Tempranillo Grapes Produce Sweet Complex Wine
  • Keeping it simple
  • GOODBYE 2012, HELLO 2013
  • Five predictions for 2013
  • This year's Christmas Letter to anyone who cares
  • Crystal ball: the wine world in 2013
  • Top 10 stories from 2012
  • The Top 10 Wine Stories of 2012
  • Looking back on 2012 for the wine trade: part 1
  • 2012 in Review
  • OH CANADA!
  • Wine Council pushes private stores online
  • Okanagan Residents Given Diamond Jubilee Medals
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Brown-Forman Winds Up Debt Offering
  • MANAGEMENT
  • Brand Building Amidst A Financial Crisis
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NV: Nevada City Council to consider winery permit
  • NY: New York's booming wine industry
  • TX: Centennial says it's restructuring, not liquidating
  • EUROPE
  • Eiswein harvest gets off to a good start in Burgenland
  • 2012 Bon Pasteur 30 Percent Whole Cluster Fermentation in Pomerol
  • THE UK
  • Consumers face massive price hikes for Christmas drinks
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Petaluma to invest $10m on Adelaide Hills winery at Woodside
  • OZ: Tasmania attracts further investment
  • NZ: Vineyard sales boost for market
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wine In Japan: 20-34 age group shaking things up
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Golan Heights Winery – The Jew and the Carrot
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • There are no heroes in the wine business, just working people
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive Oil Entrepreneur Theo Stephan: Still Here, Four Years Later
  • New EU Law on Agricultural Product Origins
  • Make Olive Oil, Not War

  • December 17, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Russian River Vineyards set to emerge from bankruptcy
  • Napa Valley Replanting Rush Sparks Rootstock Shortage
  • Price Hikes Likely For Imported Wine Amid EU Supply Squeeze
  • Off-Premise Wine Sales Grow by 6%
  • Kiwi Wine Glut warning
  • Crop insurance juicy target in 'fiscal cliff' deal
  • Consumer confidence to remain fragile in 2013
  • Foreign registrations and inspections: Trend For Wine Exporters
  • Palate Press accuses MacLean of copyright infringement
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa Valley tourism accelerates
  • New EPA soot rules may impact Calif Central Valley
  • New law expands winery sweepstakes
  • Statistics paint picture of Napa Valley tourists
  • Dickenson Peatman & Fogarty adds five attorneys
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Accolade celebrates turnover close to £1bn
  • Rémy CFO: Heir Apparent To CEO Laborde
  • Diageo's Next Target
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • French Regulator Warns Public Against Wine Investment
  • Eighteenth-century Cognac fetches £17k at Christie's
  • Tamper-Resistant Microchip Cork
  • Finding elite value in Napa Valley’s Super Seconds
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Parker clarifies role as investor named
  • Natalie MacLean: breach of copyright?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine Preference May Indicate Personality
  • Food and wine matching can be taken with a decent pinch of salt
  • Lesser-known Albarino among grapes establishing a following
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Amazon wine delivery now available in Maryland
  • NC: High Country Winegrowers host Viticulture Educational Series
  • NJ: University vineyard project sparks student interest in wine
  • PA: New scholarship available for students who study wine making
  • WA: WSU model helps predict cold injury to grapes
  • EUROPE
  • Portugal sells wine in Asia to revive economy
  • European Wine Reform's Planting Plans May Wither On The Vine
  • No 2012 vintage for Yquem
  • Italy’s Antinori Sisters Prepare To Run A Wine Empire
  • Will Chinese Consumers Drink Champagne Dry?
  • Hopes stir for Russia-Georgia export ban thaw
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Historic winery collapses into administration
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wine beats soju in sales for 1st time in Korea
  • Wine consumption grows 30% in Huangshi Hubei province
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Liquidation of Innocence
  • Why shipping temperatures matter
  • Upscale cruise ships taking the wine experience to new heights
  • Air Cork keeps your wine fresh – using a balloon
  • Flying Champagne Corks Cause Serious, Blinding Eye Injuries
  • OLIVE OIL
  • San Joaquin olive harvest strong this year
  • Make your olive oil glow with a laser!
  • Spain Denies it Produces Too Much Olive Oil

  • December 14, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Fracking Rights Auctioned Off In Monterey Wine Country
  • Lot18, The Troubled Wine Startup, Has A New CEO
  • Robert Parker Singapore investor named
  • Restaurants to increase spending in 2013
  • Where are America’s Leading Wine Markets?
  • Argentina - Rocky road for the wine industry
  • Soldera: Rorschach & (probable) resolution
  • Suspicion Surrounds Accidental Demolition in Bordeaux
  • Fracking Likely in the Finger Lakes?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • After K-J Eviction, Silverado Brewing sells tanks, pleads for missing sign
  • Vintners argue for 'balance' in winery rules - Lompoc
  • Sparkling wine venture launches first wines
  • California Net Importer of Water
  • Cadamatre joins Mondavi Winery
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Anti-Alcoholism Pill Wins EU Regulatory Nod
  • Depression risk reduced in women who drink moderately
  • Binge drinking: Is wine one of the villains?
  • Advertising Bans Do Little to Limit Youth Alcohol Exposure
  • Inmates Demand Warning Labels on Alcohol
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Parker's Waning Influence on the Current Generation of Wine Drinkers
  • Wine tourism: growing but still huge untapped potential
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Social media can be retail AND real
  • Beveragetradenetwork.com launches BTNBevBrokerConnect
  • Email: The Key to the Health of your Online Sales
  • VinoVisit and Winery Finder Team Up
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Penfolds Grange Collection goes on sale for £1.2m
  • Henri Jayer Wines Attract Top Auction Prices
  • Harrods sells Yquem collection for £1m
  • MANAGEMENT
  • Top Entrepreneurs Follow Inspiration With Execution
  • How Off-Premise Hiring May Be Evolving
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wall Street Journal claims it was right on Parker, but corrects story anyway
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Big wine companies and wine quality, part II
  • Elevating the 'Unacknowledged Grape' of Champagne
  • Champagne Masters reflect value in vintage
  • Who’s Your Daddy?: Torrentés riojano
  • OH CANADA!
  • Argentine wine has Calgary flavour
  • Wine Council pushes private stores online - St. Catharines Standard
  • BC Ice Wine Intentions Rise
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: SW Wine Center could be reality by fall 2014
  • FL: FAMU makes strides in science research
  • MO: Wine industry explodes in Missouri (How tragic! Was anyone hurt?)
  • OH: Gourmet restaurant, winery proposed in Green
  • SD: Winery Takes Flight
  • TN:Wine in grocery stores 'may be doomed - again'
  • TN: Give wine-in-supermarkets a “fighting chance”
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Student Traces the Biochemical Pathways of Wine Spoilers
  • Chateau L’Enclos uses Micro Vinification in Pomerol
  • EUROPE
  • Portuguese wine exports expected to grow
  • Wine still extremely popular in France
  • Maison Louis Latour wants to revitalize Beaujolais region
  • Russian entrepreneur opens hedonistic wine superstore
  • THE UK
  • Accolade boss announces changes across the board
  • Ex-Oddbins Baile forced to close stores in Excellar chain
  • Tesco to move away from deals in BWS shake-up
  • Asda opts out of price pact
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine Australia audits Prosecco producers
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Italian winemakers take on France in Chinese market
  • From cork to screw cap: Three wine closure anecdotes from China
  • Sino-French Startup Aims to Give China a Monthly Taster
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Mammoth bar bill follows big casino win
  • The Many Different Types of Wine (Infographic)
  • The Director's Wine
  • Prurient And Debauched: The Story Of Australian Wine
  • The Proust Q&A: Peter Yealands
  • Should I toss out wine I think is corked?
  • OLIVE OIL
  • First Come The Olives!
  • Top 5 Olive Oil Health Benefits

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