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June 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Duarte Loses Rootstock Commission Lawsuit
  • $20-Plus Wines Down in Price, Up in Sales
  • Crushpad Implosion: Investor Communication Sheds More Light
  • Updating The Crushpad Implosion
  • The Judgment of New Jersey-—Another Flawed Tasting
  • Restaurant creates roadmap to ordering wine
  • Farm Bill Dodges Its First Bullet
  • Farm Bill Agreement on Amendments Paves Way for Floor Debate
  • Vineyards Desperate for Labor
  • In winery controversy, did San Joaquin Supervisors violate the law?
  • Liv-ex: How the 2012 Firsts have fared
  • South Africa: Registered Trade Marks for Wine Do Not Cover Grapes
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Tailor Your Message to What Your Audience Wants to Hear
  • Regionality, commodities and brands
  • The Skinny on Skinnygirl
  • SymphonyIRI Finds Exceptional Opportunity in Hispanic Market
  • New wine site for women unveiled in Australia
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Senate liquor bill to keep state agency in place, force it to compete with private stores
  • WA: Higher privatized liquor prices causing sticker shock
  • PA. Kings of Cabernet Caught Grabbing Grift, Gifts, Golf
  • HEALTH
  • Gastric bypass for weight loss linked to alcohol abuse
  • Wines from Botrytised Grapes: Same Health Benefits as Red Wine?
  • Alcoholism is not even about alcohol
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The Trauma of Changing a Wine Blog
  • So what’s really going on with Crushpad?
  • Crushpad: Speak The Truth Or Shut Up!
  • EUROPE
  • 1855: record Ponzi sentences
  • Bindocci new president of Brunello Consortium
  • THE UK
  • Bibendum hails 25% profit surge
  • New on-trade wine and spirits division for Carlsberg
  • Graham’s expands Douro holdings
  • OH CANADA!
  • B.C. government is 'earnest' about importation of wine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Wine recovery bubbling
  • OZ: Wine exporters fight to maintain image
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • New York Wine Outlet found in Shanghai Waigaoqiao Bonded Area
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina, the 7th wine consuming country

  • June 18, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Precept: Idaho Is The Next Washington
  • Rabobank, ING Among Five Dutch Banks Downgraded By Moody's
  • Winery Shipping Captures 8.6% of Wine Retail Market
  • Chinese Wine Lovers Go Californian as Taste Widens
  • No surprise that China is embracing California wine
  • EU to US: Hands Off Our Special Regions
  • Burgundy Shaken by Fraud Accusations
  • Vintners thinking outside the packaging bottle
  • Quick Service Chains Lead Rise in May Restaurant Comps
  • Hailstorm savages Champagne vineyards
  • Finger Lakes Hail Damage: “In Ten Minutes, Everything Was Lost”
  • Yellow Tail dovetails into brewing
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • North Bay wine telesales firm doubles staff
  • Hop Kiln eyes growth
  • Life After Mendo Grape/Wine Commission
  • Dispatches From The Competition Front
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Fine wine prices plunge; invest or drink?
  • Constellation Reports Q1 Fiscal 2013
  • Investment grade wine attracts global wealth
  • Diageo: 1 Great Long-Term Stock for the Beginning Investor
  • Liv-ex: Mouton 2008: beyond the label
  • In Investments, as in Life, Passion Can Cloud Judgment
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • When Are You Responsible for Someone Else's Alcohol Consumption?
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Rodney King & the Evolution of the Wine Consumer
  • What Twitter has done for wine
  • Bronco Wine Co. Expands 187ml Wine Offerings
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OK: Grocery store wine proposal draws opposition
  • OK: How wine is distributed in state
  • VA: Donald Trump fires socialite Patricia Kluge from her own former winery
  • WA: E&J Gallo Winery holds high hopes for state
  • EUROPE
  • Burgundy Wine Board won't let Labouré-Roi fraud allegations harm industry
  • Bordeaux Wine School's student numbers rise
  • THE UK
  • Fine wine sales boost Majestic Wine's profit
  • Bid for Wine launches live auctions for London
  • Wine conman forced to pay back debt
  • OH CANADA!
  • Liquor Board Threatens BC Wineries
  • Wine Shipping Law Reform About to Pass - Despite Liquor Boards
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Grape harvest down 23%
  • NZ: Severe frost good for vineyards
  • NZ wine goes from surplus to squeeze
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China's wine industry posts 6.35% profit surge in Q1
  • Fake Aussie wine marketed in China
  • Italians and Californians A Hit in Hong Kong
  • Prompt growth of wine import in Sichuan
  • China wine import falls after rise for the first four month
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine-infused Popsicles, perfect for summer
  • Wine, Sex & Calories
  • Fraud, Customers & Whores
  • Summer's new wine books

  • June 15, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Bronco Launches Million Dollar Ad Promo for Allure Moscato
  • Premium California Wines Posting Torrid Growth
  • Eurozone crisis may trigger wine bubble
  • Why Accolade Bought Geyser Peak
  • Value of Direct-To-Consumer Wine Up 11.5%
  • DtC Volume and Value on the Rise
  • Smaller New Zealand harvest could spell end of deep discounts
  • Draining the EU Wine Surplus
  • Groups Respond to Farm Bill Amendments
  • Top Burgundian négociant implicated in “massive” wine fraud
  • Yellowtail hops into brewing
  • More fun facts from the Fine Wine Trade Monitor Report
  • You may be surprised who drinks the most wine
  • TTB Lauds Accela e-Permitting System
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Fine-Wine Market as Still as a Millpond
  • Diageo ups spirits stakes in Vietnam with new Halico deal
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • New Jersey wines get their due
  • Changes in Calif Wine Not Just About Style, Alcohol Levels
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Water outlook grim for Central California
  • 10th Annual Petite Sirah Symposium, July 31
  • Biagi joins Hourglass
  • Napa Valley hosts hospitality trade show
  • Manuel Pires pays tribute to his grandfather in new wine venture
  • Ackerman hires general manager
  • September is California Wine Month
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Two men look to open wineries in Howard County
  • OR: Do liquor sales account for $1 billion of the state budget?
  • TX: Wine industry exposed
  • EUROPE
  • France's Languedoc wine region ups its quality
  • New Direct-to-Consumer Channel for Top European Wines
  • Bordeaux Chamber of Commerce launch sommelier academy
  • Bordeaux interview: Aline Baly of Chateau Coutet
  • The steady approach applied by Spain's United Wineries
  • Bodegas Torres starts its handover
  • THE UK
  • Tesco shakes up wine buying team
  • Sandeman looks to bring port to younger drinkers
  • Wines at BBC Food Show – Top Choices & The Start of a Trend?
  • In UK, The 10 Best online wine shops
  • OH CANADA!
  • Is the BC wine industry competitive (enough)?
  • Local wineries say cheers to eliminating archaic law
  • Liquor Minister wants to reassure BC’s wine industry
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine exports to China worth $181 million in 2010-11
  • NZ: 2012 wine grape harvest down 18%
  • NZ: Small harvest puts focus on value growth
  • NZ: Winery closure 'won't be last'
  • NZ: Amisfield Wine Company appoints Chief Executive
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • US winemakers court Chinese buyers
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Wine makers should be concerned about trademark ruling

  • June 14, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Study Indicts Toxics in Recycled Wastewater For Irrigating Vineyards, Other Uses
  • Constellation Brands Unifies Businesses Under One Name
  • US becomes the world’s leading still light wine market
  • Jackson Family Wines takes over Ramal West Vineyard
  • Senate Sweetens Farm Bill
  • Champagne’s Biggest Brands Post Solid Growth In Ongoing Rebound
  • [Your brand].wine, [Your brand].beer, [Your brand].sucks
  • Top wine trading company 'filled vintage bottles with cheap alcohol
  • Pernod Ricard New Zealand to Close a Hawkes Bay Winery
  • You Might Have to Wait Until 2013 to Close your Vineyard Purchase
  • Bottle Design and Trademark Law: Lessons from the Maker’s Mark Case
  • Facts from the Fine Wine Trade Monitor Report, Part I
  • Top 10 Wine Trends in Hong Kong
  • Talkin’ AVA boundary blues
  • Oregon wants to double UK sales within three years
  • The forward-thinking, life-saving Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
  • UK Doctors Want to Ban TV Advertising for Alcohol
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Nomura Upgrades Diageo PLC to Buy
  • Diageo's focus on spirits should lift profits, says Nomura
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Getting Realistic about Social Media
  • Basics of Customer Relationship Management
  • Altering Sauvignon Blanc Wines to Match Consumer Preferences
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • 'Moms Who Wine' Goes Social
  • Movie rights sold for “A Vintage Crime”
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Living With Wine's Flaws
  • Trench Warfare In The Low Alcohol Debate
  • BioDynamics: The Wine Industry Should Commit to Telling The Truth
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Kathleen Heitz Myers Elected 2012-2013 Wine Institute Chair
  • Peripheral Canal opponents urge Interior to block project
  • Honored Winemaker to Expand in Santa Maria Valley
  • Annadel Estate Winery
  • EUROPE
  • Jadot Sees Potential In Burgundy’s New Côteaux Bourguignons Appellation
  • Greek Wine Revival
  • Why Yquem decided to hold back from en primeur campaign
  • THE UK
  • Brand Bordeaux takes a hit - with 2011 merchant sales just one fifth of last year
  • Premium wines buck weak UK market
  • OH CANADA!
  • Wine Shipping Law Reform Moves to Final Vote in Senate
  • Canadian Wineries Still Face Shipping Hurdles
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Merchant jailed over wine scams
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Grape quality vital to Chinese wine's global success
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Sustainability developments in Argentina
  • Argentina’s 10 best-selling brands
  • Insight: Brazil protects its ... wines?
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South African wine needs to rejuvenate image
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • NextGen 2012 Wine Competition Results Announced

  • June 13, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Wine, Liquor Continues to Take Market Share from Beer
  • Senate farm bill might crimp Wine Institute fund uses
  • Penn Private alcohol drive stalls
  • Europe Close to Agreement with China on Counterfeit Wines
  • Card spending at restaurants slows in May
  • Labor Tight for Vineyard Operations
  • A Profile of Wine Jobs By the Numbers
  • Report Finds Failings in European Wine Reform
  • Formulas Online a Useful Tool for Pre-COLA Evaluations
  • France's oldest sparkling wine fights for its future
  • Manure could prove farmers' carbon cash cow
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • State Fair competition grows; judging a big task
  • Warming up to Paso Robles
  • VIDEO: Lodi winemakers hope to tap new fans in China
  • Wine line to China
  • Orchid Hill closing downtown Paso Robles tasting room
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Spirits firms poised for further consolidation
  • Concha Y Toro Stock Downgraded
  • Rosemount's AFL-led relaunch
  • Liv-ex Bordeaux 2011 survey results
  • Diageo Launches New Wine Brands
  • Winemaking Lures the Wealthy, but Not With Profits
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • The Distinctive Wines of Uruguay
  • New Investments Headed For Mendoza
  • OH CANADA!
  • Okanagan wineries survey new markets
  • Shipping wine across provincial lines...legal soon?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Steinberger: My Vanity Fair Article About Rudy Kurniawan
  • Tips on blogging and brand engagement from BlogHer Food ’12
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Coffee/tea preferences may show up in wine styles
  • Are Americans ready for “weird” varieties?
  • The problem with syrah, and some solutions
  • The Aussie quest for good low-alcohol wine
  • Can biodynamic unlock 'noble' wines?
  • Beer for wine lovers
  • Naked chardonnay
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Wineries find laws pressing against them
  • OR: A fresh look at liquor regulation
  • PA: Senators bill would expand liquor, wine, sales
  • TN: Liquor license restrictions unconstitutional
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Report author calls for crackdown on alcohol sales online
  • Liquor industry 'must tackle critics head-on'
  • EUROPE
  • Yquem to skip en primeur this year
  • Interview: David Launay of Chateau Gruaud Larose
  • THE UK
  • UK alcohol price hikes more than double inflation
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Battle continues to protect area from coal mining
  • NZ: Winery and vineyard economics under microscope
  • OZ: Blends integral to winemaking heritage
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Anti-fake tag of bottled imported wine is initially issued in Ningbo
  • China Commerce Department will be starting investigation of ...
  • Wine import surges via Jiangyin Port
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Top 10 wine movies
  • Zombie movie wine pairings
  • Wine Myths…Busted: Always Serve Red Wine at Room Temperature
  • CAN'T MAKE THIS STUFF UP
  • Man killed by 10 Glasses of Wine And Dead Dog's Leash

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