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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

  • December 21, 2011TOP NEWS
  • California to smash records as sales surge
  • Feds Issue New Guide on Hiring Temporary Foreign Ag Workers
  • Global Champagne shipments approach record levels
  • Wine lovers to profit from falling prices
  • Napa: Sage Canyon vineyard pays $20,000 fine for permit violations
  • Sacramento County changes zoning to increase wine tourism
  • Travel and tourism spending turned down in Q3
  • Foppiano Family faces Off In Court
  • Boisset an emerging wine leader
  • Napa chosen as next location for CrushIQ national, social business training event
  • Social Networks Do Little To Influence Taste And Interests: Harvard Study
  • Wine on tap thriving in US
  • 3 Smart Approaches to Holiday Beverage Branding
  • White Castle giving sales of beer and wine a shot
  • From the wine rep: too many cooks
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • The lure of sin stocks: Long-term performance has been good
  • One third of Bordeaux properties for sale
  • Aussie Sticks Winery in sale and leaseback deal
  • Brown-Forman Increases Cash Dividend 9.4%
  • Pernod - Ricard Brings Premium Brands To Emerging Markets
  • Liv-ex: Mission Haut Brion: The inbetweener
  • HEALTH
  • Wine’s Cardio Benefits Unclear When Lifestyle Accounted For
  • Are there differences in mortality among wine consumers and other alcoholic beverages?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Hey Decanter: Cover the Pacific Northwest Seriously or Don’t Cover It At All
  • Wine Cliche' Of The Year: Harvest lower this year but high in quality
  • Take heed of wine words
  • 4 Wine Descriptors I Hate.
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Authentic Wine and Mistaking the Tail For the Snout
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • California Wine Industry to Get Green Performance Metrics
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Ag trucks: Fed Rules require 2011 mileage reporting by next Jan. 31
  • Winegrape Rootstocks Deal With Drought
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Fun is winning 'mystery grape game'
  • NY: Warm December delays ice wines
  • NY: Cascata Winery put up for sale
  • PA: Liquor Control Board to consider wine, liquor price hikes
  • TX: Why We Love to Hate the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • BIVB cancels UK 2012 tasting
  • Counterfeit Blossom hill seized
  • CavesMaître FRANCE: Questions to Ezequiel Franco
  • UK: Beer drinking drops by a quarter in just five years as men stay at home
  • White revolution taking place in Rioja
  • Legal challenge expected over UK alcohol pricing plan
  • Another vine mess as €14000 blown by Bertie government on wine 'club'
  • Codorníu rebrands Raimat wine range with a modern look
  • Spain farmers' income drops in 2011 vs EU growth
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: No coal for wine region
  • OZ: Margaret River coal plan knocked back
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Glass could strike gold riding Chinese beverage bandwagon, analyst
  • A dozen vinters settle down at Weifang Trade Zone
  • Asia thirsts for premium wines
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Is Carmenere Chile’s Next Big Thing?
  • Viñas de Alto Salvador, where organic production is a fact
  • “It is crucial that Argentina’s producers keep making serious wines”

  • December 20, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Wine in cans selling out Stateside
  • Treasury Wine Estates lays off 30 from Napa workforce
  • Champagne sales hit by cocktails and cava
  • Napa Vintner Emily C. Miner Dies
  • U.S. Underemployment in Mid-December Similar to a Year Ago
  • New Employer Obligations for 2012 - Wage Theft Protection Act
  • Lynmar Estate's Anisya Fritz Launches Sonoma State Winter Wine Entrepreneurship Program
  • Winemakers Int'l 2012 Hall of Fame: Antinori, Gaja, Guigal, Jayer, Moueix, Mondavi, Torres
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Fitch: M&A Activity and Improved Credit Measures Will Drive U.S. Beverage Industry Ratings
  • Liv-ex: Sell in September and go away; don't come back 'til Christmas Day
  • Lafite Demand Cools as Auction Growth Slows to 14% in Global Debt Crisis
  • HEALTH
  • Social Media Magnifies Exposure to Alcohol for Underage People
  • Wine May Help Ease Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
  • Prescription for Health
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Over-The-Top Promo: How about some restraint and self-editing in wine social media?
  • Social media and the evolution of the fourth estate
  • Bobby Parkerchuk resigns from Winery Advocate TV
  • Wine Advocate in Sonoma County: No scandal, so far
  • N.Y. Times Co. to sell Santa Rosa Press Democrat
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Could Supertasters Be the Key to Knowing That Organic Wines Are Truly More Delicious?
  • I Accept Full Responsibility For Ruining My Friends’ Palates
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • VIDEO: Suspicions remain about Bay-Delta planning
  • Brown, Salazar continue to push for Peripheral Canal
  • Napa Valley vintners committed to staying green
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Using Fungi-Treated Oak Chips to Increase the Extraction of Oak Character into Aging Wines
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • SoCal: Tiered Winery Ordinance Appeal Moves Forward
  • Shoe Shine Wine launches new LGBT labels
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • FL: If anti-prohibition bill is repealed it could mean more business for some
  • NJ: Wine sale law faces uncertain prospects in Assembly
  • PA: New bill would allow beer distributors to sell wine, 6 packs
  • PA: Different picture of 2011 harvest beginning to develop
  • VA: At Trump Winery – Renovations, not demolitions
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Con artists selling potentially 'harmful' bottles of fake Blossom Hill rosé wine
  • Tesco to engage with consumers via online wine community
  • Polish Wines – From Zero to Nearly Hero
  • McGuigan Wines breaks into UK top 10
  • Wine Society keeps prices static for 2012
  • French Wine Does Well, Other Farm Income to Fall 2.3%
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Few immediate problems for Riverland growers from weekend rain
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Bull shift: Modo in Beijing switches to all-Spain wine lineup
  • WineFuture HK: CavesMaître – 'one of the most important importer-distributor of wines in China'
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Leading Wine Farms in South Africa – Creation Wines
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Eat.Drink.Tweet. Market. Win.
  • Nielsen: Why We Add and Remove Facebook Friends
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Why do we like local wines?
  • A Few of the Best Wine Bottle Christmas Trees!
  • N. Korea's Bed Head is Dead, Fine Wine Market Loses t a Major Buyer
  • Grower Champagne trend puts cork in wine snobbery
  • RedNek Wine Glass makes $5 million
  • FAIL! If you expect to get your point across, you have to do a LOT better than this amateurish, over-wrought headline
  • Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (CAMY) Charts Alcohol Industry's Digital Marketing, Questions Adequacy of Industry's Self-Regulation to Avoid Exposing Youth to "Alcohol Experience"

  • December 19, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Foppiano heirs in bitter fight over Healdsburg winery's future
  • Whoever satisfies the growing thirst for Chinese wine wins
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 makes Goldman Sachs top 100 charts
  • Environmantalists Thwart Small Napa Vineyard
  • Are California Wineries Looking to Sell?
  • Crop insurance helps North Coast growers weather harvest
  • Aussie tudy to clear the air on smoke-affected wine
  • Napa vintner Jan Shrem donates $10 million for UC Davis art museum
  • Looking ahead to beverage trends in 2012
  • Deep discounting offers dismay Champagne suppliers
  • REMINDER: Economists And Analysts Have No Idea What Is Going To Happen Next Year
  • Focus groups for new product development
  • Top Ten Wine Trends in 2011
  • Golfer alleges sex discrimination at Napa's Eagle Vines
  • Simplicity is Key in Creating a Wine Deal
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • As markets plunge, Asia's wealthy flock to art & wine
  • Sotheby's 2011 wine sales bring $85.5 million
  • Central European Distro: Lowest Price to Book Ratio
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol-price/consumption finding challenged
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Journalism ethics: Bloggers have same responsibility to report truth
  • This Budd’s For You: Pancho Campo’s Past, Jay Miller’s Unpublished Tasting Notes
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Missing Moscato: lessons from the bottom shelf of the supermarket
  • A tasting of hipster wines
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • What Rising Temperatures May Mean for World's Wine Industry
  • Poll shows support for California water projects
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AL: Wineries abound in state
  • NJ: Bill to aid state wineries heads to Assembly
  • OR: Vodka Near The Produce Aisle
  • PA: Wine shop uncorks Napa Valley for the midstate
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Health minister says pricing won't cure UK's drink problem
  • Wine Innovation results released
  • CANADA
  • Nova Scotia: Ramping up viticulture research a key priority
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Downpour drenches Mildura's grapes
  • OZ: 'Tis the season to be jolly - December spending on alcohol will rise five per cent
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Facebook For Android Has More Daily Active Users Than Facebook For iPhone
  • Google Reveals The Most Popular Search Terms Of 2011
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Legends of Burgundy
  • Napa winery owner sells coin for $7.4 million

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