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January 05, 2012TOP NEWS
  • What Wine Varieties Did Consumers Favor During the 2011 Holidays?
  • Constellation profit plummets 25% on poor wine performance
  • Self-Checkout Purchase of Alcohol Still Prohibited Despite California Grocer's Petition
  • Lafite ’08 down 45% as fine wine prices plummet
  • Restaurant traffic levels mixed across the globe
  • Chinese producer Changyu plans to double output by 2015
  • Wine prices in 2012: Consumers search for value
  • McCormick & Schmick's units closed after tender offer
  • What They Don’t Teach You in Sommelier School.
  • Ten things we learned about wine in 2011
  • WineRep: Eyes up here, buddy.
  • Central Coast wine industry spurs local food movement
  • An Ancient Wine May Be Coming to U.S.
  • Drinking Locally in 2012. Plus, the Debate Over “Natural Wines”
  • What if there were more Petite Sirah? Nurseries, it’s time to take note
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • EDITORIAL: New Jersey should let wineries ship products to customers
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Brown-Forman: "Company's super-premium brands continued to grow"
  • HEALTH
  • Wine and health: it's the alcohol, stupid!
  • Higher alcohol prices may curb drinking - study
  • Soil and Groundwater Contamination of Arsenic and other metals Influence Metal Composition of Wines
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Pancho Campo hits out against bloggers [POST DELETED]
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine language grows coarser
  • When palates change
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • ‘Lighter means less valuable’: Diageo tackles sustainability misconceptions
  • Planning for Sustainability Key to Profitable Farming
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • CDFA Announces Vacancy on the Pierce's Disease/Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter Board
  • Napa Vintners Announce Board Leadership for 2012
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Wineries get their Sweet Fix From Deep Freeze
  • OR: Miraculous wine harvest of 2011
  • OR: Wine Beyond Willamette
  • OR: Maragas Winery Closes Bend Tasting Room
  • TX: 20th annual Grape growers day set for Cat Spring
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Canned whisky would be shot in dark on UK market
  • Jacob's Creek seals deal with Andre Agassi
  • Meursault goes molecular
  • New self-sealing 'ring pull tube' has huge potential, Visican
  • Codorníu reshuffles UK sales team
  • Jacob’s Creek serves up Agassi deal
  • Update: Strong Xmas for independent UK wine retailers
  • Banrock’s Weight Watchers tie-up branded misleading
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Receivers sell wine but not the business
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • QR codes help boost wine sales with interactive mobile marketing tactics
  • The Groupon Effect in China
  • Facebook's Dirty Little Secret: It's Broken for Business
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Donkey. Goat. Natural.
  • Can you take wine back to the store for a refund?
  • A wine resolution that gives back
  • MEH!
  • Coalition to Ban Alcohol Ads on Public Property in Los Angeles Hits the ... (Road? Fan? Spot?)
  • Acker Merrall & Condit 2012 January Hong Kong Sale Presents World-Class ...(blather)
  • Get to the point: By failing to write a short headline that puts the most important news first, these wandering headlines tell the reader there is nothing worth clicking on. At some point a harried editor says, "I don't have time to wade through this crap to see of there's possibly any news here, especially when there is a ton of other better-written stuff that actually puts the news up front where it belongs."

    January 04, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Restauranteurs optimistic for new year
  • My Wines Direct Shuts Down
  • Fine wine prices fall 15% in 2011
  • Drunk Drivers More Likely to Drink Beer
  • Consumer Federation calls for mandatory “Alcohol Facts” labeling
  • U.S. Number 8 In Top 10 UK Wines
  • New tax interpretation aids on-farm use of solar power
  • Trilogy Glass sold
  • Sonoma Wine Accessories Acquires International Wine Accessories (IWA)
  • Demand remains strong for young trees and vines
  • San Joaquin Valley leading economic indicator ends 2011 on sour note
  • Iron Horse makes sparking wine just for China
  • Sparkling-wine sales stay bubbly
  • Uncorking China's Wine Market
  • Rémy Martin discontinues existing VSOP
  • NJ battle over wine shipping at turning point
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Forbes Earnings Preview: Constellation Brands
  • Diageo: The Winning Streak Continues (DEO)
  • HEALTH
  • Red Wine Does Not Appear to Raise Breast Cancer Risk
  • Can Cocktails Save Your Life?
  • Wine and the New Year's diet
  • Calculating calories over a glass of wine
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Vineyards give grape juice a chance before turning to wine
  • Climate Change: Effect of Soil Management on Erosion and Nutrition Loss
  • Welcome to the Machine: a Tour of a Wine Pros’ Equipment Exhibition
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Wineries Move Into Downtown Napa
  • Oakville Grocery to Undergo Structural Renovation
  • Ironstone Vineyards sees future in cabernet franc
  • After dry months, farmers hope for a rainy January
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Conditions right to harvest frozen grapes for ice wine
  • PA: Lehman winery closing
  • THE UK
  • Festive wine sales up in UK supermarkets
  • Naked Wines ad banned
  • UK On-trade set to struggle in 2012
  • Accolade Wines launches website for independents
  • EUROPE
  • Champenois ditching flutes for wine glasses
  • Out with the Old, in with Newton's Italian Wine DOCG +
  • Bordeaux price drops could bring back consumers
  • Pancho Campo: CIE Marbella and The precursor of The Wine Academy (part 1) of Spain
  • Research to support rare Rias Baixas variety
  • Giulio Gambelli dies
  • Remembering Giorgio Bocca: Bartolo, pop open a bottle!
  • CANADA
  • MADD opposes taking NB Liquor private
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Imports, Another vine mess for winemakers
  • OZ: 2011 weather report card 3rd wettest on record
  • NZ: Thinning time for vines
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • “Argentina should be careful of alcohol levels”
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • “Fun” way to buy wine online
  • Restaurants' social-media strategies in 2012
  • 5 Best Practices for Digital Marketers in 2012
  • 6 Steps for Protecting Corporate Reputation in the Social Media Age
  • Super Bowl of (Social) Marketing
  • Google punishing Chrome for violating paid links rule
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What Your Favorite Drink Says About You
  • Cease and Desist, Obtrusive Waiter
  • Old World vs. New World wines
  • The Bachelor Episode 1: Oaky Chard and "Wine" From Table Grapes
  • Wine talk: Ten myths
  • Four ways to enjoy wine more in 2012
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Asimov: How the View from the Critic’s Perch Has Changed
  • 5 Wine Blogs for 2012
  • Republican Politics: The Wine Factor
  • Things I'd Like to See Disappear From the Wine World in 2012
  • Natural Wine's Purrty Underbelly
  • Drinking Locally in 2012. Plus, the Debate Over “Natural Wines”

  • January 04, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Restauranteurs optimistic for new year
  • My Wines Direct Shuts Down
  • Fine wine prices fall 15% in 2011
  • Drunk Drivers More Likely to Drink Beer
  • Consumer Federation calls for mandatory “Alcohol Facts” labeling
  • U.S. Number 8 In Top 10 UK Wines
  • New tax interpretation aids on-farm use of solar power
  • Trilogy Glass sold
  • Sonoma Wine Accessories Acquires International Wine Accessories (IWA)
  • Demand remains strong for young trees and vines
  • San Joaquin Valley leading economic indicator ends 2011 on sour note
  • Iron Horse makes sparking wine just for China
  • Sparkling-wine sales stay bubbly
  • Uncorking China's Wine Market
  • Rémy Martin discontinues existing VSOP
  • NJ battle over wine shipping at turning point
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Forbes Earnings Preview: Constellation Brands
  • Diageo: The Winning Streak Continues (DEO)
  • HEALTH
  • Red Wine Does Not Appear to Raise Breast Cancer Risk
  • Can Cocktails Save Your Life?
  • Wine and the New Year's diet
  • Calculating calories over a glass of wine
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Vineyards give grape juice a chance before turning to wine
  • Climate Change: Effect of Soil Management on Erosion and Nutrition Loss
  • Welcome to the Machine: a Tour of a Wine Pros’ Equipment Exhibition
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Wineries Move Into Downtown Napa
  • Oakville Grocery to Undergo Structural Renovation
  • Ironstone Vineyards sees future in cabernet franc
  • After dry months, farmers hope for a rainy January
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Conditions right to harvest frozen grapes for ice wine
  • PA: Lehman winery closing
  • THE UK
  • Festive wine sales up in UK supermarkets
  • Naked Wines ad banned
  • UK On-trade set to struggle in 2012
  • Accolade Wines launches website for independents
  • EUROPE
  • Champenois ditching flutes for wine glasses
  • Out with the Old, in with Newton's Italian Wine DOCG +
  • Bordeaux price drops could bring back consumers
  • Pancho Campo: CIE Marbella and The precursor of The Wine Academy (part 1) of Spain
  • Research to support rare Rias Baixas variety
  • Giulio Gambelli dies
  • Remembering Giorgio Bocca: Bartolo, pop open a bottle!
  • CANADA
  • MADD opposes taking NB Liquor private
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Imports, Another vine mess for winemakers
  • OZ: 2011 weather report card 3rd wettest on record
  • NZ: Thinning time for vines
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • “Argentina should be careful of alcohol levels”
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • “Fun” way to buy wine online
  • Restaurants' social-media strategies in 2012
  • 5 Best Practices for Digital Marketers in 2012
  • 6 Steps for Protecting Corporate Reputation in the Social Media Age
  • Super Bowl of (Social) Marketing
  • Google punishing Chrome for violating paid links rule
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What Your Favorite Drink Says About You
  • Cease and Desist, Obtrusive Waiter
  • Old World vs. New World wines
  • The Bachelor Episode 1: Oaky Chard and "Wine" From Table Grapes
  • Wine talk: Ten myths
  • Four ways to enjoy wine more in 2012
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Asimov: How the View from the Critic’s Perch Has Changed
  • 5 Wine Blogs for 2012
  • Republican Politics: The Wine Factor
  • Things I'd Like to See Disappear From the Wine World in 2012
  • Natural Wine's Purrty Underbelly
  • Drinking Locally in 2012. Plus, the Debate Over “Natural Wines”

  • January 03, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Paul Walsh Diageo departure rumours mount
  • 12 Ways to Sell More Wine Online in 2012
  • Champagne sales surged in 2011, booze headed for 2012 boost
  • For 2012, Signs Point to Tepid Consumer Spending
  • Observers expect slow growth for Sonoma County economy in 2012
  • Barefoot wines see big rise in sales
  • 2012 could bring more grape contracts, vineyard sales
  • Wineries Fight Direct To Consumer Regulations
  • Look beyond economics when deciding to convert winegrape blocks
  • Croatia, Home of Zinfandel, Prepares to Join World Wine Battle
  • QR codes catch on with grands crus
  • OregonPinotGris.org is Born
  • A map of world alcohol consumption
  • Will China buy more foreign wineries? 20 wine questions for 2012
  • Spotlight on the Pine Mountain-Cloverdale Peak AVA
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Hedge Funds Prefer Beer Investments
  • Constellation Q3 Earnings Sneak Peek
  • Drinks Americas Revenue Exceeds $2.4mil from KAH Tequila Sales
  • HEALTH
  • Giving up alcohol for January? Your liver may not thank you for it, say experts
  • New Research on How Drinking Changes Personalities
  • Letting your teen sip alcohol at home: Good idea or not?
  • Vodka health claim on the rocks
  • How I Moderated My Drinking
  • Wine in moderation – a balanced approach to reduce harmful drinking
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Suffering from the torment of Obsessive Galloni Disease? Take this!
  • Natural Wine: The Ugly Underbelly
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Which is better for the planet, beer or wine?
  • 'Green' wines less popular with consumers, says Berry Bros
  • EPA Awards Jackson Family Wines Green Power Leadership Award
  • Calif. Water year off to a slow start
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Suggestions for oenology refrigeration
  • Effect of Soil Management on Erosion and Nutrition Loss
  • Leaf removal can influence vine performance
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Growing the Central U.S. Wine Industry
  • IL: Surveys to examine Illinois wine industry
  • MI: New wineries, tasting rooms taking root across Michigan
  • NJ: Bill to allow direct wine shipping would bolster wineries, expand buyer choices
  • OR: Is OLCC pushing true reform or half-measures?
  • VA: Governor's Cup changes coming
  • TX: Dallas winery to close after three years in business
  • VA: New winery opening in Albemarle County
  • WA: 2011 grape harvest promises subtle, food-friendly wines
  • ACADEMIA
  • UC Davis says it has $6.9 billion impact on region’s economy
  • Kent State University's winemaking degree: Whatever happened to ...?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Can Italy be Roused in 2012?
  • Drinks industry must resist David Cameron's meddling on prices
  • Business failures in UK eating out sector to increase, expert warns
  • Scottish parliament prepares for minimum pricing legal challenge
  • Ancient Croatian Grapes Revive Wineries in Home of Zinfandel
  • Boom is over for biodynamic wines at UK's Berry Bros
  • Biodyvin tasting: biodynamic event 10th November 2011
  • CANADA
  • Three new wineries coming to area
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Visitors flock to Margaret River and wineries
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Private wine cellars 'to become more popular' in China
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Augusto Pulenta: a family legacy
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • SA wine farmers feel the pinch
  • Number of Black Wine Consumers Growing in South Africa
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • 10 Best Practices For Alcohol Brands On Facebook
  • The Top QR Code Fails of 2011
  • Google May Have Violated Its Own Paid Link Policy With Chrome Promo Campaign
  • Google+ just had its biggest traffic month of all time, up 55% from November.
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Book of the Year, Wine Wars Tour & Top Posts of 2011
  • Sonoma winemaker debuts as 'The Bachelor' tonight
  • The State of California Pinot Noir
  • Out with Bordeaux, In with the….?
  • Ready or Not, 2008 Médocs
  • Winebits 210: Cheap wine edition
  • Hip-hop help sees Moscato sales soar in US
  • Sweet Moscato pops with celebrity props

  • December 30, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Wilson Daniels, Bien Nacido brand themselves
  • Online Wine Service in Napa Aims at Buyers, Not Tasters
  • Napa's Silenus wine put into Chinese market officially
  • Herbert Polesky, Healdsburg grape grower, dies of heart attack
  • NLRA Rights Poster Delayed Again
  • Message from California Winemakers: Stop Slandering Our Pinot!
  • Out with Bordeaux, In with the….?
  • HEALTH
  • Presence of Sugar in Sparkling Wines May Affect Resveratrol Content and Antioxidant Capacity
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Cracka year for Aussis online wine supplier
  • Online Shopping Under the Influence
  • Virginia Wine shop closes, moves to online-only sales
  • Apps help navigate the wine aisles
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Bottle Rocket: Wine on Tap in San Diego
  • A look back at Napa's year in wine
  • Mild summer, wet grape harvest led to lower Napa yields in 2011
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • TX: Prospective wine-grape grower workshops slated
  • WY: Family turns property into winery, the first in county and second in state
  • CANADA
  • BC's Five Looniest Liquor Laws
  • Cold comfort for Canadian wineries
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: 2011 a horror vintage
  • NZ: Survey shows Kiwis in denial on booze: lobby
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • 2011 turns out to be cheerful year for Indian wines

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