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February 01, 2012
  • 2012 Foodservice sales to hit record $632 billion
  • Restaurants report strong sales, traffic in December
  • California to go broke March 1
  • Winegrape boom is projected to continue in 2012
  • Rebound in liquor sales seen as sign of recovery
  • Hearing Wednesday on Mendo Wine Commission's future
  • Sonoma County imposes 4-month freeze on hillside vineyards
  • 2010, 2011: Interesting years for West Coast wines
  • State of the Wine Industry: Global Perspectives
  • Wine Sales Up; Dessert-Flavored Vodka Also Popular
  • Branding Lessons from Cupcake
  • Okanagan wine family expands into California
  • Malbec and Moscato impress in US
  • Contemplating Wine and the Big Picture
  • Chardonnay marks 100th birthday of growth in US
  • Ruffino Expands Portfolio With Moscato d'Asti
  • GOVERNMENT REGULATION

  • US House legislation mandates in-car breathalyzers for all 50 states
  • Western Growers supports Arizona immigration accord
  • "Regulate Marijuana Like Wine" Wins 62% in CA Poll
  • How export approval can stand in the way of less conventional or natural wines
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING

  • Liv-ex: Volume of transactions surges 23% YOY
  • Treasury Wine Estates Opens The Innovation Gates With A Flurry Of New Products
  • HEALTH

  • Two glasses of red wine a day boosts sex life!
  • Wine, Miscarriage … Broken Links & A Broken Advocacy System
  • A Fountain of Youth Inside a Tiny Drop of Alcohol?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Experts fail Champagne taste test
  • Dom chief debunks acidity “myth”
  • Changing weather impacts vintages, say top winemakers
  • Oak-Aged Riesling Starting to Happen. Here's Why
  • Chapoutier pours scorn on natural winemakers
  • A wine secret from upstate New York
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Organic Viticulture Practices Lead to Increased Soil Quality
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS

  • Amador Roots for Wine Caves
  • Twin Pomegranates Wine Expands NorCal Distribution
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS

  • IA: Restaurants, bars look to change Prohibition-era liquor laws
  • KS: Vineyard and winery on auction block
  • MD: Wine Industry Grew 11.6% in 2011
  • MD: Considers statewide wine corkage law
  • MD: State breweries, wineries see sales bump in 2011
  • NJ: The Wines of South Jersey
  • NY: Milk, beer and wine back state's wagers on Giants
  • UT: Liquor boss calls for changes in oversight
  • WA: Southridge winery moving to Benton City
  • WA: Richland winery betting on Malbec as a winning wine
  • ACADEMIA

  • Cornell, FLCC to establish vineyard at Anthony Road Wine Co
  • UC seeks advice as it wrestles with ongoing budget cuts
  • Washington State U Plant Pathology Prof Lead Center for Clean Plants
  • Cal Poly wine program receives a large donation
  • EUROPE & THE UK

  • UK Wine merchants calling for sensible en primeur pricing
  • Burgundy leads non-Bordeaux trade – but not DRC
  • Vinho Verde seeks UK “comeback”
  • Boca - From Noah to Moses
  • Louis Latour looks at the bigger picture
  • OH CANADA!

  • New National Standard Aims to Combat Icewine Fraud
  • A trip to Niagara's icewine country
  • DOWN UNDER

  • OZ: Tasmania welcomes international wine symposium
  • NZ: Breakthrough in wine production
  • OZ: Hunter Valley wine boss tips bumper harvest
  • OZ: National Farmers Federation wants Coles guarantee on price cuts
  • OZ: Dan Murphy's, Cellarmasters results "outstanding"
  • OZ: Lion blames supermarket price wars for $1 billion profit loss
  • OZ Vintage 2012: Wet start for Hunter, Granite Belt confident
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM

  • Chilean and Spanish wines are gaining ground considerably in Japan
  • Wine business rises in Zhuhai
  • Luoyang people bestow favor on imported wine
  • SOUTH AFRICA

  • A journey through South Africa's stunning wine region
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Social Media Has Forever Changed The Landscape Of Wine?
  • 2 Things To Do *Before* You Waste Time With Google Analytics
  • Consumer Consumption of Digital Media and Segmented Demographics for Engagement
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE

  • Aussie Food & Wine Festival To Be Pee Powered?
  • Mario Andretti driven to produce wine
  • A look at the label can be revealing
  • Swap Beer for Zinfandel at Super Bowl Party

  • January 31, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Liquor, wine continue to take share from beer sales
  • Gallo (Wine) Sues Gallo (Beer)
  • Wildman Enters the Sweet Red Wine Craze
  • Top 100 Most Influential People in the U.S. Wine Industry–2012
  • Global reshuffle at Treasury Wine
  • Australia as a Lesson on Currency and the Wine Industry
  • Moooton.com: New Chinese Wine E-Commerce Startup
  • Franchise States: Til Death Do You Part
  • Counterfeit war: Guinness, Diageo prepare anti-counterfeit operatives
  • The Global Go To Gal for Petite Sirah
  • Symington Family Estates Reports Solid Increase in 2011 Port Sales
  • Alcohol Regulation Roundup: Jan. 30
  • HEALTH
  • Daily glass of red wine might not be good for you
  • Moderate Drinking and Miscarriage Linked
  • No conclusive proof red wine good for the heart
  • Alcohol revealed as main gateway drug
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Murder at the Wine Bloggers Convention
  • Wine Magazines and the Next Big Thing
  • Allusions We Love Too Much
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Moscato di Nasty?
  • Can Viognier Stand the Test of Time?
  • Natural Wines: The Problem Isn’t The Skeptics
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Santa Clara County to address winery rules
  • California’s New Limited Off-Sale Wine License Now Available
  • Limits on agriculture processing facilities go before Sonoma county supervisors
  • Lodi Winery of the year nominees sought
  • Kendall-Jackson's "Undercover Boss:" Thoughts on a great show
  • O'Higgins hired as manager at V. Sattui Winery
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CO: Tickets on sale for Drink Local Wine 2012
  • KS: Auction planned to sell winery assets
  • OR: A to Z Pinot Noir
  • TX: State cuts affecting wine industry
  • TX: Extension office hosts grape growing workshop on Feb. 7 in Pittsburg
  • UT: LDS Church reserving comment about new DABC bill
  • WA: Wine Licenses, No Change Yet
  • WA: Southern Moves To Gain Spirits Footprint
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Russian champagne maker plans on going public
  • Kedem seeks mainstream positioning in UK
  • Langhe Report: Barbaresco at a Crossroads
  • Minimum pricing would save 60 lives in first year
  • Bordeaux 2011: Calls for price drop after 'arrogant' 2010s
  • 1855: going to court?
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian Food Inspection Agency looking to regulate wine labeling
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine industry unfazed by smoke threat
  • OZ: Wine Australia axes wine export panel
  • NZ: Wine exports grow 9.5%, bottled-wine price holds steady
  • NZ: Swiss couple buy winery
  • OZ: Last harvest underway at Hunter winery
  • OZ: Shiraz ripe for revolution
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Banker Turned Wine Farmer Hits South African Vintage Jackpot: Interview
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • Putting a face on your brand
  • You can't expect an industry association to do it all
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Of Chariots, Wineries and Social Media
  • BAD ALLUSIONS (SEE MEDIA MATTERS LINK, ABOVE)
  • A tale of 2 restaurants: one brushes off a well-known NY retailer on a special night out

  • January 30, 2012TOP NEWS
  • After Strong Q4, Charmer Sunbelt Expects Robust Organic Growth in 2012
  • Pernod Ricard and Southern strike Washington deal
  • Aussie Bush Fires 1: Threatens Margaret River wineries, homes
  • Aussie Bush Fires 2: Contained but not yet controlled
  • Aussie Bush Fires 3: Smoke may send this vintage's sales down the drain
  • With Wine Romance 'Spent,' QRW Ceases Publication
  • States Hope They Can Lower Deficits By Privatizing Liquor Operations
  • The future of the wine bottling will be dominated by bag-in-box filling
  • Champagne Flattened by Italian Sparklers From Franciacorta
  • Consumers Want Online Video Ads No More Than 15 Seconds Long
  • Moscato Madness
  • Winery job postings up sharply in 2011
  • Wineries support sweepstakes law
  • Winery Tasting Room Woes
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Changyu Wine, Other China Stocks Decline
  • Sotheby’s $2.5 Million Bordeaux Sale Boosted By Lower Estimates
  • Liv-ex: Burgundy sets the pace
  • HEALTH
  • How Alcohol May Affect Longevity And Heart Health
  • What's healthier: Wine versus beer?
  • ALCOHOL BANS

  • Ban on drink firms sponsoring sport urged by report
  • MA: Bill to Ban Alcohol Ads on State Property Heads to Ways and Means
  • MA: Ban on alcohol ads? This is no time for T to turn down revenue
  • UK: Alcohol exclusion zone plan for York
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Quarterly Review of Wine - RIP
  • Hissy fits, DLW in Denver, and more hissy fits
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • A New Take on Wine Tasting
  • Getting sniffy about wine descriptors
  • Bordeaux battle of the business schools — to the victors go the nobly rotten
  • Oxford crowned University Wine Champions 2012
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • On the whole, milder winter works in favor of the 2012 Eastern grape crop
  • IL: Former Groupon executive invests in urban winery
  • NJ: Local wineries look to the future following passage of direct ship bill
  • NJ: Supreme Court nominee's family settles with U.S. over liquor store deposits
  • OH: Warren County winery to start brewing beer, too
  • NY: Local ice wine, special product of WNY? winters
  • WA: Belfair-based winery to release first wines
  • WI: Homebrewers push to relax rules on sharing wine, beer
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Aussies see silver lining in import surge
  • Australian Vintage to launch 5.5% abv Vinni
  • Hunter wine sales in decline
  • Winery revamp sparks public consultation calls
  • Variable prices tipped for wine grape harvest
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wine Outsells Soju in Korean Supermarkets
  • Viticulture and winemaking history in India
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Fight over seized wine farm heats up
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Snakes in a wine chiller
  • Decoding Champagne Wine Bottle Sizes & Names.
  • Why Zinfandel? Answers from Sierra Foothill Wineries
  • Former NFL quarterback Rick Mirer now leads a winery

  • January 27, 2012TOP NEWS
  • 2011 U.S. wine shipments rose 4.5 percent
  • California Wine Consumption Up 3.3% In 2011
  • First quarter retail blues
  • WA: Big box liquor retailers shopping for space
  • Sales soar at The Other Guys winery
  • The Debate on Wine's Health Benefits Continues in 2011
  • Retailer Loses Challenge to Indiana Liquor Law
  • The future of the wine bottling will be dominated by bag-in-box
  • Moratorium would block some proposed Sonoma County vineyards
  • Expect wine prices to rise this year
  • Witness the Best "Good News" Day for Wine in Months
  • Modern Wine Marketing Secrets
  • Paul Mabray on the greatest inhibitor of success for wine online
  • Record Numbers Attend 2012 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • For reliable investment-grade wine, look only to France
  • Diageo CEO stands by tax warning
  • Liv-ex: The road ahead
  • Solid start at London and New York auctions
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KS: Legislature mulls bill to allow samples at liquor stores
  • MD: Coalition calls alcohol tax a success
  • NY: 4 a.m. is the Right Time for Ice Wine
  • TX: Winery to hold grand opening
  • WA: December Weather Trumps Year of Wild Cards
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Record-breaking year for Roederer
  • Alsace Campaign Announces New US Marketing Initiative
  • UK, EU Wine industry facing skill set shortage
  • UK: Own-label wine sales top £1bn
  • Accolade renews Come Dine With Me deal
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Sauvignon blanc crop down
  • OZ: Coles, Woolies spared worst of alcohol crackdown
  • NZ: Chinese Developer Wins Approval to Buy 16 Farms
  • OZ: Irrigators face water meters slug
  • OZ: Australia rivals grand cru Burgundy
  • OZ VIDEO: Jacob's Creek trialling new varietals
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese celebrities getting a taste for wine investment
  • Sicilian Wines Seduce Indian Connoisseurs
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Ancient Israeli Wine & Judeo-Christian Rituals
  • Wine making hobby expands to include vineyard, winery and tasting room
  • The quiet rebirth of blended red wines
  • Vending Machine Wine (and more)
  • Wine: What the bottle doesn't say
  • To Spit or Not to Spit? What to Do at Wine Tastings
  • A wine 'of the planet Mars
  • America's Next Top College Wine Club

  • January 26, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Make way for the 'incredible bulk', fuelling wine sales explosion
  • Cool climate wines could grow Aussie volumes
  • NZ bulk wine exports up
  • 2011 a vintage year for sales of California wine
  • Short California 2011 winegrape crop spurs grower prices
  • Experts predict rebound in wine prices, plantings
  • Selling an Aussia fine-wine story to US
  • Fredrikson Names DFV Wines Tops For Growth
  • Animal Liberation Terrorists Bomb Central Valley Beef Ranch
  • Central Valley farm family gives $12.5 Million to Fresno State
  • On-Premise Operators Focus On Cost Efficiencies To Boost Margins
  • Old Bridge Cellars and Joe Dobbes Wines Sign Long-term Agreement
  • Ceja, other Latina entrepreneurs share wealth, knowledge
  • The world’s best wine educators
  • USDA ‘Plant Hardiness’ Map Shifts Temperature Zones North
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • O-I posts $510M loss for 2011
  • Pernod Ricard UK to launch Sauvignon Blanc in small bottles
  • Market breadth boosts trading activity on Liv-ex
  • Equity Research on Central European Distribution Corp. and Constellation
  • Pernod Ricard suffers $99m hit on asset sales
  • Vintage Capital - Financial Advisor Magazine
  • HEALTH
  • Heart Healthy wine tasting in honor of National Wear Red Day, Feb. 3
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Hey Joe, lighten up on the social media thing
  • Wine Social Media and the End of Average
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Sinking the Calif Water Bond
  • Peter Gleick: Mining Calif Groundwater – The Cadiz Project
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Where’s Napa Valley’s next Great Leap Forward in the 21st century?
  • A Winemaker to Watch goes his own way
  • New Digs, New Home for Gallo in Healdsburg
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CO: Wine Industry Enters a Higher State
  • OR: Lawmakers Provide More Funds to Monitor Water, Soil
  • NJ: Local business owners concerned about direct wine shipping
  • UT: Many hope DABC audit brings reform
  • ACADEMIA
  • Doing Science in a Phenolic Paradise
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • M&S first to market Hospices de Beaune purchase
  • Interloire 'bureaucratic' and misuses funds
  • Angry and frustrated François Chidaine resigns from InterLoire's executive committee
  • Call for collaboration in duty fraud fight
  • Burgundy climats edge closer to UNESCO listing
  • Court rejects Barsac traveller camp plans
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: WorkSafe probes Treasury wine spill
  • Kiwis take on Grüner Veltliner
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Behind a US expat's Argentine wine startup success
  • Chilean Wine Industry Certifies First 14 Wineries Under Wines of Chile's New
  • Argentina’s grape harvest on social networks
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Syrah: The Rodney Dangerfield of Wine
  • Is this what they teach about “rare vintage claret” in business school?
  • Dr. Strangewine, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Sommelier

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