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March 06, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Trinchero Revamps Sutter Home Brand
  • Italian vineyard may hold clues in Eni bribery probe
  • Senator urges USDA to nix wine-tasting 'getaways' amid sequester
  • Farmers watch to gauge impact of sequestration
  • Williams Selyem 9-L bottle sells for $205,000
  • How Wine Criticism Is Changing
  • Wineries Experiment With Crowd Sourcing
  • HEALTH
  • Study investigates whether red wine can help starve off bowel cancer
  • Red Wine Drinkers Digest Meals Better
  • The science behind ‘beer goggles’ explained
  • Scientific Review of Mediterranean Diet Study
  • Canadians Drink More Than 50% Above Global Average
  • Red Wine stains more than coffee after teeth whitening
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Bank thrives on challenge of wine industry
  • Fresno State U - Grapes of Worth
  • Sonoma County Winegrowers Name New Pres
  • Wine is family affair for Murphys
  • Spellitich Importing from Global Markets to Napa Valley
  • Hess Collection Names Jeanne Jesse NCentral Regional Sales Mgr
  • Regulations, dry spell squeeze water supply
  • Container Co to bring hundreds of jobs to Kingsburg
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Brown-Forman Q3 Net Up 18%
  • Big UK companies slow to promote women, but Diageo plc an exception
  • Treasury Exec Says: No bulk wine to Coles and Woolworths
  • WFA appoints Pernod Ricard CMO as president
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian Wine and Grape Industry Contributes $6.8 Billion in Economic Impact
  • NS wine industry worth almost $200 million
  • LCBO invites customers on a road trip across the golden state with 'California ...
  • LCBO puts cork in wine club orders after privacy ruling
  • Industry Economics, Wine Tasting Rules, Privacy
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Fine Wine: More Palatable Than Rollercoaster Stocks?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Portuguese growth sparks consumer focus
  • Wines of Argentina's urban-style consumer events sell out
  • NC: Heavy drinking at wine festivals leaves bad taste
  • The dog ate my ticket
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • The Seven Habits of Highly Ineffective Wine People
  • Be careful with the voluntary worker classification settlement program
  • How To Get A Job In The Beverage Industry (VIDEO)
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Restraint reemerges from Australian wines
  • Wine Should Be Dynamic
  • Calif makes best New World Chard
  • Parsing the debate over natural wines
  • On The Wine-ification of Beer
  • Wine: Just Enjoy It
  • Cal-Ital wines: the new trend with a long history
  • La Clarine builds strong wines with a minimalist approach
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NM: New winery planned for North Valley raises neighborhood concerns
  • NY: Red Hook Winery Makes a Triumphant Return
  • OR: Providing quality health care to seasonal vineyard workers
  • PA: Lawmakers express sour grapes over LCB in-house label
  • TN: Key vote for wine bill today
  • ACADEMIA
  • The Latest in Wine and Grape Research
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • ProWein 2013- Top Tips for US Visitors
  • New top Chianti Classico category announced
  • Pesticidegate Raises Concerns Over French Vineyards
  • Cobevco fills its 1.5 billionth bottle
  • Wickham Vineyard back in business
  • Eurasian winery follows the old ways
  • Russia May Lift Georgian Wine Import Ban by Spring
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Mixed feelings over wine industry vision
  • OZ: Winemaker Anna Hooper is our top rural woman
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese wine needs core competitiveness
  • Qingtao to be the base of China international alcohol import and export trade
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • A little wine humor courtesy of Bob Johnson
  • Wine Without Pretense: Know your bubbly
  • Illuminating the Beauty of Napa Valley
  • Bill Fuller, Oregon Wine Pioneer
  • Wine Country Porn from Napa Valley
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Global shortage of extra virgin olive oil

  • March 05, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Carneros Vintners Buys Its Facility From Entertainment Properties Trust
  • Bota Box Globalization
  • Tribidrag: Calif's Signature Wine?
  • UCLA Prof Says Mediterranean Diet Study Flawed
  • Chinese Are Really Enjoying Their Wine: Treasury CEO
  • Calif wineries Get Guidance on Water Agreements
  • Farmers lose water appeal
  • CBO Finds Farm Bill Wouldn't Save As Much Predicted
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Grange perfect? No, says its maker
  • Penfolds Grange Receives 100-Point Ranking
  • Parker scores push Pontet prices
  • Bordeaux prices move on Parker scores
  • Robert Parker Clues for 2010 Bordeaux
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Wine Institute Workshops: Export, Sustainability
  • Napa Growers offer English Literacy Program for farmworkers
  • Urban Wine Trail Bringing Life to the Funk Zone
  • Nicholas de Luca joins Koehler Winery
  • Napa farmworkers need affordable housing
  • Wine Institute launches advanced seminars for students, wineries
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • UK Alcohol ad ban idea 'lazy and naive'
  • Trade disputes effect of UK alcohol policy
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Five things the wine business can do to help consumers figure out wine
  • Relevance Measured At Varying Price Levels
  • Dynamic Wines
  • Dog as My Co-Pilot
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Want to know the future of wine writing? Look at the present
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Lighter California wines go mainstream
  • Kosher wine hard work for rabbis
  • Wine is made in the vineyard
  • Douro reds gaining in elegance
  • Craft beer becoming like wine
  • OH CANADA!
  • LCBO ordered to stop collecting wine club member data
  • The Environmental Impact of Producing a Single Bottle of Wine in Nova Scotia
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • TN: Wine in grocery stores brings in campaign bucks
  • PLCB Contradictions Continue
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • 2013 Midwest Grape Conference Biggest in Central USA
  • NE: Grape and Winery Board seeks grant proposals
  • NY: One-stop shop for beer, wine makers
  • TN: Supermarket wine opponents contribute heavily
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Can Entrepreneurship and Innovation be Taught? You Bet!
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Pollinator Summit To Be Held March 5
  • Bayer Launches Bee Care Tour
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Two Top Bordeaux Estates Have New Investors
  • Champagne project promotes cooperation
  • Malta Centre for Viticulture opened at Buskett
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Taming the cold climate to produce great wine
  • OZ: Unpredictable grape harvest around Tumbarumba
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Statistics analysis of imported wine to Shenzhen in Jan 2013
  • AFRICA
  • Awash Winery Going Private At Last
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Zin Zone, Zabaco And Zsa Zsa
  • Are You a Wine Geek? (Poster)

  • March 04, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Nimble Sonoma wine company zips into the fast lane
  • Snow survey confirms driest Calif Jan.-Feb. on record
  • Restaurant operators upbeat on sales, economy
  • Wine Tourism Has Alternate Views
  • Stable, cautious outlook for California wine grapes
  • Aussie Wineries prepared to export for no profit
  • Immigration reform brings warnings from Calif ag
  • The future of wine?
  • Southern & Treasury Announce Colorado & Indiana Deals
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Some wine leaders pleased with pending demise of Sonoma vineyard project
  • Vintage 2013 nearing bud break - Santa Maria
  • Sonoma Wine Road Barrel tasting: Crowds down, civility up
  • Napa Valley Vintners Donates $840,000 to Local Organizations
  • Wine Country Hospitality Symposium scheduled for March 26
  • Napa Valley historic winery tour planned
  • Sonoma Wine Country Weekend distributes Revenues to Charities
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Constellation Brands reports increase in sales of Kim Crawford Wines
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 Index rises 3.1% in February
  • Montrachet Leads Sotheby's U.K. Wine Sale With Haut-Brion
  • HEALTH
  • Two glasses of wine a day could help heart attack patients live longer
  • Alcohol: 3rd Biggest Cause of Gobal Disease & Injury: new study
  • The world's most fattening drinks
  • NEOPROHIBITIONIST ALCOHOL REGULATION WORKS
  • UK Alcohol consumption has fallen 16% in 8 years
  • New figures show UK alcohol consumption down 3.3 per cent in 2012
  • Irish Off-licences blame tax hike for closures
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Americans are drinking more wines by the glass
  • Bartenders to create new Diageo brand
  • As Tennessee debates wine , U.S. rediscovers whiskey
  • Spain's Vega Sicilia Holds Its Own Against Bordeaux Wines
  • Champagne: bleak future for weak brands
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Online Content, Prostitution & Disclosure
  • 100 points: Remaking the Grade
  • Some Wine Writers ARE Losing It
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Could wine be embroiled in a similar scandal to horsegate?
  • Retrospective: World of Pinot Noir
  • Tastevin Research Shows Preferences
  • OH CANADA!
  • Want to buy wine from another province? Why the rules are (still) confusing
  • Vancouver seeks its economic #nextchapter in the tech and digital world
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: Former Ahwatukee couple harvest longtime winery dream
  • HI: Liquor administrator won't resign after admitting 47 ethical violations
  • KS: Liquor laws need to catch up with times
  • NM: Total Wine & More makes city debut
  • NY: Red Hook Winery Reopens in Brooklyn
  • TN: Wine-in-grocery-stores debate: claims vs. facts
  • UT: Lawmakers put a cork in proposed alcohol tax hike
  • VA: Patrick Duffeler passes Williamsburg Winery reins to his son
  • WA: Legislature eyeing measure to allow underage wine students to taste product
  • WA: Anelare, a small winery with big plans
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Red Blotch: Finding the Silver Lining
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Foreign wine sales continue to rise
  • NZ: Unusually Dry Summer Means Good Wine Season
  • NZ: Organic is Booming– and Wine is Leading the Way
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Syrah vs. petite sirah vs. shiraz
  • Bound Together by Blood and Wine
  • Customers upset they unknowingly accepted $400 bottle of wine - abc7news.com

  • March 01, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Wineries pour efforts into targeting younger drinkers
  • Chinese Investors Buy Brentwood Winery
  • UC Davis conference on Ag climate-change threats
  • Argentine wine to be bottled in Pennsylvania
  • 300 bottles of Palmer stolen from château
  • UK sells French wine to pay its bills
  • Californians see economy as being in bad times
  • Diet study cracks open walnut, olive markets
  • In California, What Price Water?
  • Sahara Desert dust affects California water supply
  • Napa Valley Premiere: promoting and protecting an appellation
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES (MOSTLY TREASURY TODAY)
  • China's Yantai Changyu 2012 profit down
  • Wine shortage makes investors merry
  • Treasury Ramps Up Activity On Core Brands
  • Treasury Wine Estates buying premium vineyards
  • Premium strategy paying off: Treasury Wine
  • Treasury Wants More Aussie Govt Support
  • Treasury Targets China With Gifts Modeled on $168K Ampoule
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lodi Gets New Visitor Center
  • The Best Napa Valley Wine List in the Napa Valley
  • One winery's view of the auction
  • Premiere Napa Valley: The truth is in the tasting
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Haut-Brion sale a ‘resounding success’
  • Christie’s to auction UK government cellar
  • Sotheby's wine sales above estimates
  • The Kennedys Helped Build The Stellar Reputation Of Petrus
  • HEALTH
  • Mediterranean Diet Gains New Attention
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Doctors call for ban on all alcohol ads
  • UK: Government reveals UK drink-drive cost
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • No cork pop! Bubbly set to have screw caps
  • Marketing Israeli Wine To The American Masses
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Should You Monitor Your Employees’ Social Media Usage?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Writing: No Laughing Matter
  • EWBC – ‘Flavour’ is chosen theme for 2013
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The Perfect Italian
  • Hard-Wired Wine Brains?
  • Wine: does vine age really matter?
  • OZ: Natural wines command unprecedented interest
  • Virginia wine: Meet Norton
  • Bell pepper, floral, and coconut notes in reds (Scroll down)
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Mark Chandler Starts at WineAmerica
  • Eric Trump A Keynote At Wineries Unlimited
  • MI: Separate Beverage Containers for Michigan?
  • MI: WineAmerica Opposes State Excise Tax Increases
  • NY: North Fork couple's campaign to plant ‘weird’ grapes
  • OR: State's first pinot noir came from Roseburg
  • UT: House says no to alcohol revenue for schools
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • 50% of Château d’Issan sold to Lilian Ladouys owner
  • The success of Malbec drives export sales of Cahors
  • Lafite to Boost U.K.'s Wine Sale Amid Austerity Drive
  • François Hollande sends out positive message to wine industry
  • Vega Sicilia to debut long-awaited Riojas
  • North Piedmont Saves the Best Wine for Last
  • The miracles of Orvieto
  • Exploring life after the BRICs
  • Azerbaijan soon to become 45th OIV Member State
  • Picpoul de Pinet gains appellation status
  • Chateau Figeac Revitalises
  • Illegally labelled ‘wine kits’ targeted by EU
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Respected wine scientist Dr Bryce Rankine dies
  • OZ: Growing concern over duopoly’s wine interest
  • OZ: Pre-harvest day puts emphasis on safety
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Elephants in the vineyard
  • Tiger Bone Wine Trade Reveals China's Two-Faced Approach To Conservancy
  • Nanning: a rising star in wine market
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Make diversity Chile's calling card, urge producers
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • A Winemaker's 30 Year Quest Helps Fulfill His Father's Vision
  • Barolo: Wine of the Kings
  • Wine Literature Review Lightning Round: 3rd Edition
  • Caroline Styne answers five questions on wine
  • Bicycle pumps and screwcaps

  • February 28, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Treasury Wine Profit Exceeds Estimates on Higher Asian Sales
  • When small wineries get big owners
  • Nitrate report recommends new fees on Cal farmers
  • Gallo launches 5.5% low alcohol white
  • Awareness and demand for low and lower-alcohol wines
  • Kiwi Grower Sentiment Mirroring Calif's - A Warning
  • Farmers learn about high-speed rail eminent domain
  • Microloans expand access to capital for small farmers
  • Western Growers Statement On Immigration And Border Security
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Ehren Jordan Departs Turley Wine Cellars
  • Winery planned for Oakville equestrian site
  • Bello Family Vineyards brings SoCal flavor to Napa Valley
  • Ca' Momi Winery & Enoteca Retains Balzac Communications
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Privatization Could Open Doors for Winemakers
  • PA: Sheetz touted as Proof that Liquor Privatization Can Work
  • PA: Wine, Beer Could Be Sold Many Venues If State Privatizes
  • TN: Poll shows strong support for wine in supermarkets
  • TN: Memphis Liquor Stores hoping Wine Bill Dies
  • No place for wine in supermarkets, say Aussie pubs & bottleshops
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Changes at the top for Pernod Ricard
  • Crimson Wine's Strong Fundamentals
  • Treasury Wine upbeat on H2; shares jump
  • Constellation Expands Board
  • Nanocap Stocks to Watch: Willamette Valley Vineyard
  • Free Research: Constellation, Diageo, InBev, Boston Beer & Molson Coors
  • Competition panel clears USL-Diageo deal: sources
  • Suit Over Anheuser-Busch’s 5% AB: All Hat,No Horse
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • elBulli Wine Cellar Up for Auction at Sotheby's HK & NY
  • From Auctioneer To Author: Acker Merrall's John Kapon
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Parker scores imminent as 2010 interest grows
  • Carneros: a reflection
  • In Pursuit of Balance: A Discriminating Goal
  • Malbec Washington’s next big grape? Unlikely
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Croatian Wines in U.S. Expanding Brand Recognition Through Social
  • Why retailers are pinning hopes on Pinterest
  • Plot twist in winery-retailer spat: Stolpman to visit nearby store
  • Building relationships takes effort
  • HEALTH
  • Do you lie about how much booze you buy?
  • The Truth About the Mediterranean Diet
  • LEGAL & COMPLIANCE MATTERS
  • March 6th Presentation on Trademark Best Practices
  • Free Webinar: More Guidance & Ease for your Winemaking Compliance
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Some wine writers are losing it
  • WATER
  • Calif water board urges lawmakers to act on nitrate contamination
  • Water Management in Israel and California
  • OR: Klamath County votes to withdraw from water deal
  • OH CANADA!
  • Why is Canadian wine virtually unknown outside Canada?
  • B.C. Considers New Winegrape Varieties
  • BC: Meyer Family Vineyards finds the love in Chardonnay
  • Hot Ticket: Vancouver International Wine Festival
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Explorers of Portugal Reveal the True Passion Behind Their Wines
  • Oxford and Cambridge Battle It Out in Wine-Tasting Contest
  • France backs down on breathalyser fine
  • Azerbaijan and France expand cooperation in agriculture
  • AdVini buys Le Clos des Paulilles in Rousillon
  • Winemaker plays down 'Chateau Beckham' plan
  • Italian Merlots: Le Macchiole's Messorio
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Hard Times For Kiwi Exporters, Says Foley
  • OZ: Better prices for shiraz grapes
  • OZ; Screw cap sparkling wine sparks export worries
  • OZ: Woolies pursues in-house wine production prospects in the Barossa Valley
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • 94.64 Million Liters of Imported Wine Supervised By Qingtao Guan District In 2012
  • Domestic and imported wines enter into era of seesaw battle
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Top 10 weird wine ingredients
  • A Wine And Comics Still Life: The Initiates
  • Guide to Sangiovese Wine
  • OLIVE OIL
  • 5 things you may not know about olive oil
  • Olive Oil’s High-Oleic Rivals Mounting
  • Olive Oil Production Plunges 60 Percent in Spain

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