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December 29, 2011TOP NEWS
  • California Grocers Sue ABC Over Self-Check Alcohol
  • Calif. pesticide use rises after years of decline
  • Growing number of Washington wineries competing for dwindling dollars
  • China Wine & Spirits acquires DT Asia
  • Fight Against Pierce's Disease Near End?
  • Dry December leads to wet January?
  • Some France makers of wine go natural, and fight the system
  • California to battle underground economy
  • wine rep turned fortune-teller
  • Deep thoughts on life in the wine biz
  • De-Alcoholized Wine: Less is More (effort)
  • Sabering Champagne with an iPad
  • Wines on tap
  • Ramona's Growing Wine Industry
  • Fresno professor works to grow a later, tastier grape
  • Star/NVV panelists taste a part of winemaking history
  • Kosher wine to kvell about
  • Verizon’s Wireless Data Saves News Fetch From AT&T/Hilton Tin Can Internet Purgatory
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Liv-ex Claret Chip down 18% year to date
  • Is Brown-Forman Trade Over?
  • Alcohol Updates: STZ, TAP, WVVI, BEAM, VCO, HOOK, BORN, CEDC
  • HEALTH
  • In Time for New Years: Study Says Alcohol Good For You (in Moderation)
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Copyright, Fair Use, and Wine Blogs in 2011
  • 99 points and more in Jay Miller’s goodbye
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IL: USDA plans census of Illinois wineries
  • NJ: Don't mess with laws on wine sales
  • NY: Winery growth continues in New York state
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Reality check for Bordeaux prices
  • Champagne? What crisis?
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Climb of imported wine volume for the first three quarters
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • What happened in Argentina during 2011
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • A Visual History Of Champagne (Minus The Death And Dismemberment)
  • OBNOXIOUS HEADLINE OF THE DAY
  • OMVS to Deliver Women & Wine to an iPad Near You

  • December 28, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Wine auction sales robust in 2011, may drop more in 2012
  • Danish investors buy Donum winery
  • Holiday Wine Sales: That’s Where the Money Goes!
  • WinEconomy IV: Another round
  • Klaffke, lead winemaker at Willamette Valley, dies
  • Federal proposal would limit on-farm opportunities for youths
  • Calif vintners toast sparkling wine sales
  • Ben Flajnik's Evolve Winery Changes Name To "Envolve"
  • Copia should be mixed-use development with high-end shops
  • TTB Wraps End-of-Year Wine Business
  • Diageo Declares 2011 Milestone Year for Progress in Responsible Drinking
  • HEALTH
  • Can Red Wine Help You Live Longer? Probably Not
  • Study: Draw one, mix one for health
  • Don't blame headaches on wine sulphites
  • Mulled wine just as healthy
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • 1 Wine Dude Goes Pro
  • Antonio Galloni Identifies a New Generation of Cult Wineries
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MA: Uncork out-of-state wine sales
  • NC: Second Annual Sustainable Viticulture Conference to be Held at Warren Wilson College
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • David Cameron plans minimum alcohol price in England
  • CA Grand Crus expands into Burgundy with Chateau de Santenay acquisition
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine region remains unprotected
  • OZ: AMA seeks clamp on marketing of alcohol
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Argentina's major wine investments
  • China's wine industry ripens
  • Israel grows as winemaker

  • December 27, 2011TOP NEWS
  • California Winegrape growers satisfied with 2011 harvest
  • Vintner Says Proposed Federal Ag Child Labor Regulations Overreaching
  • Yao Ming's $289 Cabernet, and what it says about China's wine market
  • Pancho Campo MW: investigation or witch hunt?
  • NLRB postpones effective date of rights posting rule to April 30
  • Not all QR codes are created digitally
  • Not Yet Time for Ice Wine
  • Napa, Sonoma Counties fight tribe's desire for federal recognition
  • AT&T and Hilton Not Ready For Business With Last Century Internet
  • Gallo = Rooster ... Cock cheese for Christmas
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Antonio Galloni's first reviews of Napa: 94 is the new 90
  • Galloni: From Napa, a Huge Sigh of Relief
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Algona winery's on track
  • MA: Patrick uncorks a new debate on wine sales
  • NJ: Wine producers fight to direct ship bottles out of state
  • TN: What a concept - Let people vote on wine in groceries
  • TX: Prospective wine-grape grower workshops slated for first half 2012
  • VA: New winery under way in White Hall
  • WA: Yakima County hopes new signage will keep tourists on track
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Prosecco vs. the world
  • Piedmont Pioneer Batasiolo Aims To Drive Barolo To New Heights
  • CANADA
  • 'Fantastic' wines may result from anxious year for BC winemakers
  • BCWineChat is Born
  • BC Icewine harvest early this year
  • Growing season a 'nail-biter' for BC vintners
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Sauvignon blanc yields might be lower
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India's wineries seek to change the taste of millions
  • Imported Wine Sales on a High in Delhi
  • China Wine market greets with sales midseason
  • Imported alcohols check in Weifang Trade Zone

  • December 23, 2011TOP NEWS
  • My Wines Direct Looking For A Sale
  • Novato tea company owner buys River Road Vineyards
  • Galloni Controversy Continues In Sonoma (Be Sure To Read Comments)
  • Interview: Wayne Chaplin of Southern Wine & Spirits
  • Americans Are Bubbly about Sparkling Wine
  • Illusive Progress in Wine Advertising?
  • Will Climate Change Help Finger Lakes Wine?
  • Liv-ex: How low is too low?
  • Jack Daniels Prompts Aussie Nanny to call for new ad controls
  • Grape seed proanthocyanidins prevent spread of skin cancer
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • MA: While wine shipment bill has languished, Gov. says he'd sign it
  • NJ: Tries Direct Wine Shipping Again
  • WA: Wine Privatization Still Stands
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Avalon's Kinsella Toasts Debut Vintage of Another Venture
  • Hugh Davies continues Napa family traditions
  • Meet Hanna Winery Owner Chris Hanna
  • Elizabeth R. Palmer Joins Dickenson, Peatman & Fogarty
  • Napa Vintners, UC Davis Partner in Professional Development
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Esthetic judgments determined by what you think you know
  • Wine and Chocolate Taken to an Entirely New Level
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NM: State U class makes wine
  • NY: Watkins Glen's Cascata Winery for sale
  • NY: DWI Analysis Shows Winery-Heavy Southold Trailing in Arrests
  • PA: Thorn Hill opening opens some wounds over use of out-of-state fruit
  • SD: Wine Pavilion On Wastebook
  • TX: Alcohol Law Gets Watered Down by Judge
  • VA: Wineries blending grapes and history
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Online shopping poses threat to UK January sales
  • UK drinkers favour English sparkling over Champagne, says report
  • Beers and wines could disappear from shelves in Russia
  • Spanish set to drink 37 million bottles of cava this Christmas
  • Georgia Wine Won't Flood Russia
  • CANADA
  • Wineries wary over warm winter weather
  • Canadians Cite Pessimism and their Reluctance to Open Wallets
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Strong Australian dollar propels sales of French champagne
  • OZ: Lower yields boosting Clare grape prices
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Toasting Kim Jong-Il
  • Raise a glass to China's booming wine industry
  • India: Wine Year That Was
  • Moutai to Open 110 Direct Sale Stores

  • December 22, 2011TOP NEWS
  • End of Calif harvest leaves winegrape growers satisfied
  • San Luis Obispo Vintners Assn Searching For New ExecDir
  • New wage rates for H-2A temporary agriculture workers in effect
  • Irreparable damage done to Bordeaux
  • Mid-Range Wine Market Is Difficult
  • Rogal + Associates Chosen To Develop Copia
  • WineAmerica's Comments on Allowing Country of Origin Vintage Dating on Wine Labels
  • Fine wine prices peak in June
  • Wine? "Da...Nostrovia!"
  • Laurent Perrier Sees Difficult 2012 for Orders
  • Wine Rep: “Seriously! Don't Even Come In Here With That Wine Bag!”
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • The 2011 Liv-ex Power 100
  • Auction houses count cost of 2011
  • HEALTH
  • Wine, women and cancer: Alcohol increases the risk — but folate seems to offset it
  • Today in Research: Bad News for Wine Drinkers
  • Is wine safer than other alcoholic beverages?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Let’s get over ostentatious French terms on California wine!
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Bringing Your Own Wine Glasses to a Restaurant
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Wines to Debut VQA Seal
  • OR: How vintners feel
  • PA: Lower Merion approves home winery
  • VA: A new, improved Governor’s Cup wine competition
  • VA: Rich new owners hope to give wine industry a boost
  • WV: State ranks low in wine, liquor consumption
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Italy: Pivot or Persevere
  • UK Beer sales decline, even in the off-trade
  • Legal challenge expected over UK alcohol pricing plan
  • CANADA
  • Bring on the cold, icewine grape growers say
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Koreans Mistakenly Labeled Second-Heaviest Drinkers
  • India's Jet Airways fined for refusing alcohol to woman
  • China’s 1421 ‘traceable’ wine at Great Hall of The People
  • U.S. Wins Philippines Liquor Dispute as WTO Upholds Ruling
  • Six-fold increase in profit of Chinese wine market in 5 years
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • The Rise of Grapevine Trunk Disease
  • Significant Gap Between Contracted and Uncontracted Fruit On The Market
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Ixsir winery among CNN's greenest buildings globally
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine may be Indicator of your Personality
  • Red Wine: Not Just for Consumption Anymore
  • Royal Caribbean touts new wine-by-the-glass system on ships

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