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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?

  • February 28, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Restaurant chain beverage refocus on cocktails & beer, not wine
  • Congress moves to redistribute California's water
  • Delta groups urge defeat of water rights revamp
  • Alcohol Regulation Roundup
  • Liv-ex: Fine wine merchants take stock of 2005
  • French Vin-Expatriates Flocking to Hong Kong
  • Utah Liquor Law and the Immaculate Concoction
  • Capella Pedregal Brings Top Chefs to Cabo for First Wine and Food Festival
  • Aveniu Brands and Clos LaChance Wines Form Partnership
  • Wine Enthusiasts Create Venezia Imports, LLC
  • PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Looking for a wine or liquor? LCB has an app for that
  • PA: Got Freedom? PLCB Has No App for That
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • 5 take-aways from Social Media Week
  • Balzac Comm Chooses VinTank for social customer relationship management
  • The Internet and Wine in France – SOWINE’s 2012 Study
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Move over here come the new critics
  • Our Vanishing Wine Bloggers
  • NorCal Wine: Interview with Antonio Galloni of Wine Advocate: Part 1
  • Heimoff: A conversation with Antonio Galloni: Part 2
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The Tastes They Are A-Changin'
  • Wine Preferences are Dictated by Past Alcohol Consumption Patterns
  • Schism in natural wine movement intensifies debate
  • Nicolas Joly Goes All Natural and Biodynamic
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Mendo wine commission future will go to a vote
  • Allen Wine Group LLP Expands Firm, Names Deanna Partridge Partner
  • Fine wine and mixology on Hwy 29 in Napa Valley
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Focus on Enology at Wineries Unlimited
  • Defense: Victim Tried to Scam Churon Winery
  • SC: Wineries look for boost from new law
  • UT: Booze Bill Advances but Without Relief for Small Breweries
  • EUROPE
  • EU asks France To Comply With Rules On Marketing Wine Spirits & Distillates
  • Sicilian Reds Harness a Volcano’s Energy
  • 100% Pinot planned for Philipponnat
  • Old vines some 162 years old
  • Photographer captures Champagne’s greatest
  • AROUND THE GLOBE

  • Israeli 2011 wine exports up by 5.5%
  • Argentina beyond malbec
  • Concha y Toro announces the opening of a commercial office in Canada
  • Concha y Toro to open South African office
  • India: " 'We are working to demystify wine'
  • UK Moët brand manager jailed for theft
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine imports surge
  • OZ: In Tasmania, Smoke clears grape crops
  • OZ: Hotter conditions deliver bumper vintage
  • OZ: Wines from McLaren Vale, Aussie character
  • OZ: Stealing the Hunter Valley's beauty robs it of a future
  • WINE COUNTRY CELEBRITY EDITION (MY APOLOGIES)
  • A glass of wine with Meryl Streep
  • Bill Terlato Returns to Bravo's "Top Chef
  • The Bachelor visits Kroger Wednesday for wine bottle signing
  • Lady Gaga Visits Wine Country

  • February 27, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Predicting Wine Prices In 2012 Not A Simple Task
  • New Zealand heading for winegrape shortage in 2012
  • Sourcing Winegrapes in a Shortage
  • LIFO Accounting May Vanish In Obama's corporate tax overhaul
  • ‘Defective’ trusts may boost 2012 tax exemptions for vineyard, winery owners
  • UK consumers willing to spend more with non-chain wine stores
  • CropLife Moves to Dismiss Extremist Endangered Species “Mega” Lawsuit
  • Premiere Napa Valley Breaks Record-Brings $3.1 Million
  • Proposed Lake County AVAs move toward establishment
  • TTB Funding Still in U.S. FY2013 Budget
  • Fire probe continues at Tennessee winery
  • U.S. and Europe Have Different Definitions of Organic Wine
  • Californian Bulk Market Shows Strong Competition For Buyers
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Wine Asset Limited warning
  • Liv-ex: Surveying the greats
  • California Grapes International, Inc. 1st Retail Location
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red wine, no matter how you look at it, is bad for you
  • Alcohol consumption: Benefits, risks to health
  • Dealing With Alcoholism in America
  • Drinkaware: campaigns start to effect behaviour change
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Why Independent Winery Salespeople Should Be on Facebook
  • Using Pinterest to Increase Website Traffic
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • A conversation with Antonio Galloni: Part 1
  • Wine Reviewing: Drawing Up A Plan
  • Approaching the Future with an Open, but not an Empty Mind
  • You Are Reading This for a Reason, What is It?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Dogfish's Noble Rot blurs line between wine and beer
  • The Serious Side of The Prowein/Low Alcohol Lunacy
  • Emerging Wine Trend: Lower Alcohol
  • How we approach wine alters our perception
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Changes for San Joaquin River at heart of water bill
  • Planning document that cost $200 million to be among first salvos of water war
  • Aussie Grape study gives clues to threat from climate
  • California water project won't be decided at poll
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Dissecting genetic architecture of grape proanthocyanidin
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Latinos in the Workplace seminar set for March 15 in Santa Rosa
  • Mendo Pruners get their day to shine
  • Sonoma County vineyard workers vie for pruning supremacy
  • CSU Fresno V&E Alumni Assn sponsors dinner
  • Oral histories tell the story of Napa Ag Preserve
  • Napa vineyard owner builds his dream barn
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MA: A whine over wine bill
  • NC: Two-day seminar to tout region's wines
  • NY: SBDC to help small wineries export products to China
  • TX: Central Market Opens New Smaller Prototype in Dallas
  • UT: Bill would require drinkers on state alcohol panel
  • VA: Law would let all ABC stores open Sunday
  • VA: Wine expo draws crowds, local vineyards
  • VA: Wine Industry Adds Big Bucks to State Economy
  • WA: S. Korea trade pact could aid Walla Walla farms
  • WA: New Organization Aims to Promote Woodinville Wine Production
  • THE UK
  • Berry Bros & Rudd: ready for new growth after maturing for 300 years
  • Is UK set for Moscato explosion?
  • Legeron: Natural wine fair rivalry blown out of proportion
  • EUROPE
  • Noel Pinguet Leaving Domaine Huet
  • Noël Pinguet – Interview
  • Are Chinese chateaux-owners revitalising regions?
  • Change of hands at Girardin
  • Producers must pay appellation fees, France rules
  • Chinese buy five more Bordeaux houses
  • Campo Viejo ditches crianza
  • Moët vintage to get disgorgement date
  • OH CANADA!
  • Travel blog calls Okanagan #1 in wine
  • Niagara winery executive pleads guilty to tax evasion
  • 2012 Vancouver International Wine Festival – 7 Countries, 7 Wineries, 7 Wines
  • Winery CEO blames tax evasion on gambling
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Asia a hotspot for Delegats' wine growth
  • OZ: Winery celebrates grace of another time
  • OZ: Bushfire's bitter harvest
  • OZ: Vineyard counts cost as rain helps firefighters
  • OZ: Aboriginal vineyard hopes to fund a new beginning
  • OZ: Get behind NSW wine, retailers urged
  • OZ: Coles looks to drown its liquor woes
  • OZ: Winery waste an untasty option for dairy cows
  • OZ: Cheap booze banned over AFL weekend
  • OZ: Hard lessons
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India: For the love of the vine
  • Asian buyers branch out
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • SA Chenin nears “tipping point”
  • Royal wine creates 1000 jobs
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 7 Deadly Wine Glasses
  • Anderson Noir Valley
  • Dealing With Corked Wine
  • Santa Lucia Highlands Reign: Where Chard is Queen & Pinot is King
  • Red wine: the rise in popularity of the carignan grape
  • Grenache finds a star turn in California
  • Don't judge a grape by its name alone
  • Manners maketh what?

  • February 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Washington: Cab Production Down 28% in 2011, Overall Production Down 11%
  • California Harvest 2011: A New—and Welcome?—Direction
  • Naked Wines: 24,000 bottles in 24 hours for Easthope
  • Pernod to push Tempranillo as Spain’s NZ Sauvignon Blanc
  • Wine Survey Opinions Needed By UC Davis Cooperative Extension
  • Rodeno reflects on 4 decades in the wine industry
  • Is it time to pass on glass when it comes to serving wine?
  • A Chilean wine grower looks to the future
  • California housing collapse deepens
  • Napa auction early sell-out encouraging
  • Deadline Extended for Inaugural U.S. National Wine Competition
  • Improve Your Chances of Success by Starting Small and Carefully
  • IntoWine.com Lists 100 Most Influential People in U.S. Wine Industry
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Liv-ex: Drawing parallels, 2008 versus 2011
  • Treasury raises toast to the thirst of China
  • Asian buyers move in on London
  • Should It Be Burgundy Or Bordeaux Wine Investment?
  • Chateau Le Pin best-selling lot at auction
  • Pre-sale wine estimates smashed at Christie's
  • Vanquish tackles DRC 'authenticity issue'
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red wine against heart attack and cancer
  • Wine and spirits needs business leaders to defend action on responsible drinking
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Colman Andrews Q&A: Unpaid writers
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • So will first growth Margaux soon be using screwcaps?
  • Wine: Don't ignore carignan, aligoté
  • Why Skinnygirl Wines Are A Bad Idea
  • MATTERS OF (BAD) TASTE
  • Jersey Wine Shop Shows Good Taste: Bans Snooki!
  • Paris Hilton releases her new single called “Drunk Text”
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • The importance of supporting sustainable wineries
  • Officials say Calif state water cuts not yet a concern
  • Dry conditions prompt more California water delivery cut
  • Sierra snowpack levels not very encouraging
  • Draft Environmental Documents available for proposed Kern County water bank
  • Final environmental documents for San Joaquin River flow modifications released
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Rare Napa Valley winter wildfire burns 40 acres, threatens homes
  • Smith-Madrone Vineyards & Winery chosen by distributor
  • Premiere Napa Valley and Monster Trucks?
  • Lodi's m2 Winery built from a hobby
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Winegrowers Share Success Tips
  • SD: Local winery to make and sell valid altar wine
  • WA: New winery, Zero One Vintners opening in downtown Kirkland this weekend
  • ACADEMIA
  • Cornell University Program Will Open Vineyard
  • THE UK
  • Christie’s unveils Chinese names for Bordeaux
  • Oatley Family Appoints UK & EU General Manager and UK Agent
  • Two natural wine fairs in London not 'ideal'
  • Portman Group appoints new panel members
  • OH CANADA!
  • Colonialism on the Quebec food and wine scene. Goodbye to Ramsay. Here’s hoping Suckling is next
  • Inside the tough Canadian monopoly
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Vintage time, turning weather into wine
  • NZ: Kiwis 'best at marketing own wine'
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Oenophile Chinese Purchase Bordeaux for $470 Mainland Bottles
  • Wine lovers to find Shangri-La
  • USA wines do promotion in Fujian
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Chilean winemakers taking more risks than Argentinians
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Social Media ROI
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Purim Through a Wine Glass
  • Soon you’ll be able to eat your empty bottles
  • Photographer captures Champagne’s greatest
  • Oregon Wines charm with flavor, character and spirit of winemakers
  • Top Sommeliers' Tips On Wine To Buy Now
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Patrón COO John McDonnell Elected Chairman of Distilled Spirits Council

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