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July 10, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Barrel Stop Winery Sold, Still Heads For Liquidation
  • Tudor Wines Sues American Wine Distributors
  • EPA sets Central Valley public hearing on particle pollution
  • Gallo Targets 1 Million Cases Of Washington Wine
  • Languedoc US Promo Doubles Sales in Second Year
  • Vivino: A Beautiful Wine App In An Era of Exposure
  • Wine Industry Must Adapt or Face Digital Darwinism
  • Heat Warnings for Vineyard Workers
  • New Label Revisions Allowed By TTB
  • Labor is Like Fine Wine: Expensive
  • Aussie Vineyard Prices Plunge 50% Since 2007
  • Grape glut gone, gone, gone
  • Wine is China's Favorite Alcoholic Beverage
  • Natural wine: Italian government crackdown
  • God Particle Physicist Shuns Prosecco
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Cardella family focus is water efficiency, quality wine
  • Napa Vintners Appoint Dragon Phoenix to Represent Trade Group in China
  • Sonoma State Cellars is open for business
  • Oakstone Winery destroyed by fire
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Riunite Wine Drops "On Ice, So Nice" For "Just Chill"
  • White Zin Cool Again?
  • Banfi Launches Riunite Ad Campaign, New Sweet Varietals
  • When buying wine is like a poker game
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • How Expert Opinions Influence Consumer Wine Purchase Behavior
  • The ins and outs of wine -tasting terminology
  • Taste: In Your Head, Not The Wine
  • What is a Sommelier?–Happy Hour for I Know Jax
  • French cows fed wine to increase flavour
  • How to extend life of opened wine bottles
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • 3 Reasons to Worry About Central European Distribution
  • CEDC and Russian Standard Amend Strategic Alliance
  • Ripples from A-B/Modelo deal could extend far and wide
  • Bordeaux and Burgundy beats estimates at Bonhams
  • Liv-ex: Year to date performance of wines in the Bordeaux 500
  • GLOBAL HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Price vs. Ads: Which Drives Drinking?
  • OZ: Conflict claim on binge drink probe
  • OZ: No plan for alcohol ads ban
  • UK Doctors Want to Ban TV Advertising for Alcohol
  • Russian Duma Further Limits Alcohol Ads
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • VA: Local Wineries Feel Effects of Summer Heat
  • WA: History in the Making: Mosquito Fleet Winery
  • WA: Wine shop seeks world record for uncorking
  • EUROPE
  • Burgundy’s Domaine de Montille Acquires Château de Puligny-Montrachet
  • Rhone producers 'will block roads' to stop new TV mast
  • Bordeaux Grand Cru Classes Expand With Vineyard Purchases
  • OH CANADA!
  • No reasoning behind high B.C. liquor prices
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Turnaround for Riverland grape growers
  • OZ: Jacob's Creek is number one again
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China releases 12th Five-Year Plan for wine industry
  • Ningxia becomes the first Chinese OIV observer of provincial level
  • Wine Intelligence's report on wine labelling in China
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South Africa's wine tourism raises the bar

  • July 09, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Flames Level Highly Regarded Calif Foothills Winery
  • Ouch! The Wine Bubble Blows Up
  • Is 7%-11% growth in US Fine Wine disappointing?
  • French Calls For Boycott Of Calif Wine
  • Court puts rest break lawsuit to rest for $90 Million
  • Wine Flash-Deal Websites See Rapid Growth….But At What Cost to Wineries?
  • Raisins in the balance: Farm bill pits fresh fruit against fruit
  • What housing recovery? Foreclosure inventory near all-time high says report
  • Flavor Scalping: The why of wine-in-a-box's odd taste
  • Washington wineries expect lift from Gallo's entrance
  • Beer output flattens
  • Wine grape prices bleak for Aussie growers
  • Argentine Wine exports Up 40% between Jan & May
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Small winery owners make transition from big corporations to small business (Video)
  • Idea of Copia as a corporate headquarters gains
  • 'Affordable' Care Act Not So Affordable for Calif
  • Kirilov New Winemaker At Meadowcroft
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Cupcake Wine Success: Is Whoopie Pie Chard Next?
  • Gaining Traction in the Marketplace takes Tenacity and Focus
  • Wine appreciation class at a bookstore: best of both worlds
  • Chinese open to modern wine labels
  • When the heat comes, is the wine over?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • New UK wine company code to protect investors
  • Stephen Brauer Departing Treasury Wine Estates
  • Liv-ex placed at number 78 in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • In Defense of Wine Snobs
  • Phonies make wine sleuth see red
  • What do you call 5,000 dead wine collectors at the bottom of the ocean?
  • An 18th-century letter for auction reveals how Irish wine merchant duped British
  • The Number of Buds on a Vine
  • Creating a Khmer palate for Rhone Valley French wines
  • Condrieu: old wood passes the acid test
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Asia, the next capital of electronic wine list
  • Infographic: How To Determine Facebook and Twitter ROI
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Make This Wine Blog Publisher Pay Up
  • Brad Pitt NOT to star in The Billionaire’s Vinegar
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Patent Allowances Received for Hydrogen Sulphide-Preventing Wine Yeasts
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • LA: Alcoholic drinks in to-go pouches put New Orleans company on the map
  • OR: Winegrowers Raise Stink About Bug
  • MO: Newest winery operators start to believe - Springfield
  • WA: Yakima Valley grape growers happy with crop so far
  • WA: Wine forecast sunny
  • EUROPE
  • Sancerre to Rival Burgundy’s Best Whites: John Mariani
  • Richebourg Overtakes DRC As Top Of The Drops
  • Rising Stars of French Winemaking
  • THE UK
  • Blossom Hill joins reduced alcohol trend
  • D&D Wines liquidation starts early
  • OH CANADA!
  • New Zealand's Invivo Wines Launches in Canada
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: New winery set for 2013 vintage
  • OZ: Little improvement this year for the wine industry
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China thirsting for premium Aussie wine
  • LATIN AMERICA NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Top 10 weird and wacky drinks gadgets

  • July 06, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Australian Wine Glut Easing But Not Over
  • Study: 7 percent of people are "wine intolerant"
  • Burgundy wants UN World Heritage Status For Terroir
  • Global wine market projected to reach 27.5 billion litres by 2017
  • Grape buyers Returning to Lake County
  • UK's D&D wines to go into liquidation
  • Wine, grocery stores, and dog food
  • Calif Legislature postpones water bond to 2014
  • Ag land preservation is focus of next CDFA board meeting
  • Celebrating 150 years of the Morrill Land Grant Act
  • Worst New Drink Trend? Natural yogurt liqueurs
  • Airport Idiocy: TSA Demands Passenger drink samples
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • For lease: Copia
  • Rodeno joins Bank of Marin boards of directors
  • Robert Biale Vineyards - The Most Significant Planting of Zinfandel
  • Kelly Fleming names Wolf as new vineyard manager
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Deal Sends Constellation Shares Soaring
  • Diageo confirms redundancies and restructure
  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Constellation Brands, Anheuser-Busch InBev
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Using Social Media to Promote an Underdog Wine
  • CRM: Technology doesn’t matter – just start walking
  • Sauvignon Blanc no longer tipple of choice as women opt for Pinot Grigio
  • Sassicaia’s success
  • Live from #OPENNYT: Is it time to join the evolution?
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Science, Dirt, and Fine Wine Glasses: an Interview with Stu Smith
  • Discoveries in kosher wine
  • Carrying water, waiting for the wine
  • Summertime, rosé wine and what to drink on vacay
  • The Drops of God (beach reading)
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Testing a wine expert's ego
  • The Most Important Skill for Wine Professionals
  • Boxed wine may not travel as well as you’d think
  • WASHINGTON STATE WINE NEWS
  • Warmer Spring Good for Ag
  • Retailers simplifying liquor-price tags to include taxes
  • The surprising places you might find liquor
  • EUROPE
  • Wines in Cyprus: A taste of things to come
  • Chateau Olivier owner dies
  • What the rich and famous see in Champagne
  • Calon Segur family wanted properties to go to French company
  • Navigating Portugal's Unfamiliar Grape Varieties
  • THE UK
  • UK: Stressed Brits drink too much
  • Cellarhand site connects flying winemakers
  • BBPA queries Olympic alcohol poster regulations
  • NEW ZEALAND
  • Higher grape prices expected
  • Foley's empire gathers grapes
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Taiwan's wines gaining international recognition
  • China's earliest wine unearthed in NW tomb
  • Building A Wine Culture in China: Yantai’s New Wine City

  • July 05, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Global wine auction sales dip in first half year
  • California winemakers court Chinese buyers
  • Soaring wine prices spawn specialist course
  • Galt, Lodi Host Chinese Trade Delegation
  • Calif Wine: A lot of catching up to do
  • Fine wine investment not just Asia driven
  • Canadian liquor works strike over privatization
  • 101-14 root stock resistance to phylloxera compromised
  • French Farm Income Rises 3.8% as Wine and Dairy Profits Climb
  • Wines, Vines, War, Peace and Troops in Afghanistan
  • Foley now 75% owner of NZ luxury lodge
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex: Time to buy?
  • AB InBev tie-up with SABMiller unlikely in short term
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Oregon Lacks Authority To Target Alcohol "Problem Areas"
  • Higher alcohol prices helping curb problem drinking
  • How much should we pay for a drink?
  • Teaching young adults responsible drinking
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Sweet red wine is sweeping the country
  • Marketing that Matters: Boomers, Media Moms, and Lower Income Consumers
  • Fort Worth Kroger offers 1,800 wines
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What is "minerality" in a wine ?
  • I can’t define “minerality,” but I know it when I feel it
  • Cab Sauv Phenolics Chinese Wines: Showing Terroir
  • Zinfandel defines authentic wine in U.S.
  • Alicante Bouschet, Dead Or Alive?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa restaurant teaches diners as they drink
  • Don Sebastiani & Sons Announces Sales Agreement
  • Needed: The California Museum of Wine
  • Table Grape breeding firm works on varietal development
  • Global climate change, warming trends discussed at Napa panel tasting
  • EUROPE
  • Money Grows on Vines for French Vineyard Owners
  • Bénicarlo and Bordeaux – Going Forward to the Past
  • THE UK
  • English wine harvest 'not looking good', say winemakers
  • Enotria to hit acquisition trail
  • Enotria acquired in management buyout
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • “Less Malbec and more Argentina should be sold”
  • Increasing interest for Argentine organic wines
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Go drink some American wine
  • You DON'T Need a Different Wine Glass for Each Type of Wine
  • The 7 Steps to Wine Geekdom
  • TOTAL BS WANDERING, DULL HEADLINE
  • Sonoma Valley-Based Don Sebastiani & Sons Announces Exclusive Sales & Marketing Agreement With Farmer's Market Wine Company; A New Zealand Wine Brand Developed by Noteworthy Winemaker Nick Goldschmidt
  • Somebody badly needs to get a clue about what a headline actually is. First clue: that's NOT it.

    July 03, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Russian River Vineyards Fights Liquidation Challenge
  • Giumarra Vineyards to pay $350K in sex harassment case
  • Bronco Wines flying high in PET
  • Caymus Named Western Mexico Exporter of the Year
  • The Foie Gras Ban's Implications For The Wine Industry
  • Bill Foley: Savior of NZ Wine
  • US-based Evening Land buys Beaune property
  • Calon-Ségur sold to Suravenir Assurances
  • Aussie irrigators warned of carbon tax impact
  • Wine Label Approvals Streamlined
  • Beginning of New Challenges to State Censorship in Labeling
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Calif's Magic Bullet Grape – a Follow-up
  • Sonoma man arrested in theft of $50,000 in sprinklers from vineyards
  • Dream of a state wine museum
  • Concierge group to showcase Napa
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 Index falls 4.73%
  • Don't get starry-eyed over Constellation Brands
  • Analysts on Central European Distribution Corp. and Constellation
  • Ste. Michelle Intros Super-Premium Indian Wells Red Blend
  • Counterfeit Spotting: Bordeaux Versus "Bor-No"
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Please don’t swallow the wine says Bordeaux festival
  • Binge Drinking Causes Deaths Across France
  • Top UK police body backs minimum alcohol pricing
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Lambrusco's comeback
  • Wine + Digital: This Should Blow Your Mind
  • 5 Tips for Mobile Commerce ROI
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Parker hosts $12,000 Bordeaux tasting
  • International Women's Wine Competition Now Accepting Entries
  • The Chardonnay Symposium: a photo essay
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MI: MSU professor emeritus to receive ASEV viticulture award
  • OK: Voters could decide on wine sales in grocery stores
  • NY: North Country Wineries Cry Foul On Canada Tax
  • PA: Keeping Vines Under Wraps
  • TN: Passion for fine wine launches Memphis importer
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Laithwaite's ups focus on fine wine
  • Tesco Says Continued Disappointing Results Could Sink Fresh & Easy
  • International varietals could be the answer for Portuguese wine
  • OH CANADA!
  • 5 hurt as tent collapses at Sprucewood Shores Winery - Windsor Star
  • Tasting wines from Quebec
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Changyu to build a new wine city
  • E-commerce Acts as Important Platform for French Wines
  • California Grapes International, Inc. Wraps Up Southern China Wine Tour

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