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March 29, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Three-Tiered System Economically Irrational Says Ohio Court
  • San Joaquin Valley farmers threatened by terrorists?
  • Cupcake Repeats as No. 1Momentum Wine
  • Hey Wine Industry, You’re Looking at Wine Bloggers all Wrong
  • Sacramento Delta Water Woes
  • Napa EVGM Treatment
  • Forecasting Tools Give Local Wine Businesses a Competitive Edge
  • Economy Shutters Long-Time Napa Wine Retailer
  • Acclaimed winemaker to join Foley's Te Kairanga
  • Mitch Cosentino releases small quantities of hand-crafted wines
  • SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE 2012 HARVEST
  • OZ: WA wine vintage shaping up to be a corker
  • OZ: Winegrowers celebrate quality vintage
  • NZ: Familiar Refrain, crop down, quality up
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Penn Senate supports home wine-shipping bill
  • Washington bidding heats up for liquor stores
  • Alabama's wineries and the end of the three-tier system
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Stephen Rust On Prospects For Diageo's New Catalyst
  • Chile Concha Y Toro 2011 Net Profit Surges 20%
  • Taleo recruited to drive talent management at Pernod Ricard
  • Diageo takes "two-pronged" approach
  • Cheval Blanc and d'Yquem take spotlight in New York
  • Critics prepare for 2011 en primeur week
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Just one glass of wine a day linked to breast cancer
  • Resveratrol Treats Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis in Mice
  • Pain from Drinking Wine
  • Is the Grape a Wonder Drug?
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Fizzy wines, the youngest people’s pick
  • My Weirdest Ride-With. Ever
  • Natural wine advocates are deluded
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MA: Westport winery makes new batch of customers at farmers markets
  • NY: Cascata Winery drops asking price
  • SD: Northern vintners work to improve wines' quality
  • UT: Liquor licenses dry up
  • WA: AntoLin Cellars Debuts at Taste Washington Event
  • EUROPE
  • yellow tail spending €150k on Irish campaign
  • More funding for ex-Mafia vineyard
  • THE UK
  • Minimum pricing will affect just 5% of wine
  • Blossom Hill in £1.2m rosé wine push
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Importance of formalising wine frontiers
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Vine introduces Hong Kong air freight shipments
  • Cellar designs become new trend for Chinese wine investors
  • Christie’s China announces new MD
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Domaine Carneros’ One-Ton Easter Egg
  • Kosher label no longer a plonk warning
  • Ten wine customs we can dream about
  • Beware of Skating on Counterfeit Ice Wines
  • 30 of the Most Creative / Unique / Ridiculous Wine Glasses.
  • Is Wine Just Another Cocktail?
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENT
  • CAS DataLoggers Introduces Monitoring Solution for Wine Cellars
  • Wineries To Receive SIP Sustainability Seal of Approval
  • Campo Viejo Challenges Amateur Chefs to Uncork Their Creativity

  • March 28, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Barrel Stop Gets Offer, Buyer Background Raises Viability Doubts
  • Terlato To Enter China Via New Deal
  • Napa Planners Nix Reata Winery Expansion
  • Vine supply dries up for late-ordering growers
  • Chinese Art, Wine Buyers Renege on $22 Million, Force Clampdown
  • Recession recovery eludes Central Valley
  • Fast-Rising Vintage Point Unveils Flurry Of New Labels
  • SeVein marketing vineyard project in Oregon's Walla Walla AVA
  • Wine Industry Executive Mike Kenton Launches OFFbeat Brands
  • Industry Vets Form Capital Brands & the Tennessee Spirits Company
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Chinese Ban on govt wine purchase hits stock market
  • Kurniawan arrest tip of the iceberg, say Koch and Frye
  • Light and fresh styles on Pernod's radar
  • Willamette Valley Vineyards Posts Profit for 2011
  • Liv-ex: Pricing Bordeaux 2011
  • At what price will Bordeaux 2011 sell?
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Alcohol, Fish and Coffee Slows MS Progression?
  • Heart Attack Victims Cut Risk With 2 Drinks, Harvard Study Says
  • Which Alcoholic Drinks Are Healthiest?
  • Europeans are world's heaviest drinkers: WHO report
  • Average European has three alcoholic drinks each day
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Cultural differences, flavors key to attracting Hispanic consumers
  • Millennial foodies, check. But no love for the millennial wine geeks?
  • Millenials & Moscato: Marketing a shift in palate
  • Big Apple Report: Where’s Washington Wine?
  • Finding A Kosher Wine Niche
  • Added Value Retailer - Food & Wine Pairings
  • It's child's play at some local wineries
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • 'The Wine Guy'Launches 5-Minute Wine School
  • Sommeliers aren't wine scalpers, they're guides
  • Announcing the National Wine School
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • 16 Experts Share 60 Wine Trends With Napa Technology
  • Data and Design – Looking at Data Visualization
  • The Pillars of Influence and How to Activate Cause and Effect
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • House, Senate search out agreement on California water bill
  • Water bond teeters, may be pulled from 2012 ballot
  • Bud Break In Carneros
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Pennsylvania Senate eyes vote on direct wine shipments
  • Alert: Obscure But Important Wine Law Info
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IL: College students might get to sip some booze in cooking classes
  • NY: Nozzolio works for viticulture program funding
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Top Bellet estate bought by property firm
  • Moldova links arms with Chongqing
  • New English vineyard to target independents
  • We could be on verge of Greek wine renaissance
  • Smith Haut Lafitte plans new winery
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: Trendy wineries latch on to 'locavore' approach
  • Okanagan wine a step closer to flowing freely
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Central Otago in bubbles rush
  • NZ: Grape crop down but hopes high for top quality wines
  • OZ: Bottleshops back new wholesaler
  • OZ: Wine industry intimately tied to climate and soil conditions.
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Imported wine market up 94% in China
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Seeking Typicity in Patagonia
  • Lebanese Wines from Chateau Musar
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Good Wine: A Matter of Degrees?
  • Kosher wines go beyond stereotype
  • Words We Love Too Much
  • The World's Best Wine Cellars: For Billionaires And Maybe For You Too
  • Putting things in an historical context
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Olivier Humbrecht MW Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

  • March 27, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Wine Shipments Up - Interstate Shipments to Thank?
  • Sonoma's Soda Rock Winery Buys Pezzi King Vineyards
  • What the Korean free trade agreement means for California
  • The Lou I Knew - Louis J. Foppiano
  • Multistate Appellations OK For Imports: TTB
  • Obesity and alcohol linked to liver disease rise
  • How Mendocino County Can Get Ahead
  • That Song Playing In Your Tasting Room Needs A License
  • Healthcare, The Supreme Court and Wine
  • SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE 2012 HARVEST
  • Argentina: Early grape harvest for 2012
  • Australian floods blight vintage in Riverina
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Wet Enough For Ya? California Precip Makes Sprint for the Finish Line
  • SF legislator makes valley farming a priority
  • California Grape and Tree Fruit League airs concerns
  • California Wines Get "Down to Earth" with New April Celebration
  • VinoPRO Promotes Donnie Varner to Director of Sales
  • MacPhail Family Wines Adds Distribution
  • Bank of Marin forming Sonoma advisory board
  • Winery Cats Helping Sustainability Efforts in Sonoma.
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Beer Distributors Tout State Alcohol Regulation
  • Oregon Liquor agency head says Gov. pressing to remove him
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • 3 Stocks To Ride The Growing Trend In Wine Consumption
  • Diageo Boss Still in High Spirits, Though Succession Is on His Mind
  • Liv-ex: The Lafite premium
  • Andre Lurton sells stake to Credit Agricole
  • Diageo brands continue to lead Impact Databank's Top 100 premium
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • A wine guide does away with scores and ratings
  • The 100 point rating system is dead. Vive the 100 point system!
  • The “Sideways” effect on Merlot is officially dead
  • Consumers need education that 'less is more' on flavour
  • Chenin blanc's a charming chameleon
  • The Essence of Wine: Green Bell Pepper
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Key Insights from Altimeter’s Digital Influence Report
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Alternatives to Casein as Non-Allergenic Fining Agents for White Wine
  • Fruit and wine quality are not affected by grafting
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Midwest Growers Anxious About Frost Risk
  • IL: Evanston OKs alcoholic drinks in Century's movie theaters
  • NY: Cold threatens Erie County fruit crop
  • NY: Jefferson CC to offer wine management program
  • OR: How Portland became obsessed with Italian vino
  • UT: Federal judge dismisses hospitality industry liquor suit
  • WI: Growers Risk Major Losses if Freezing Temps Return
  • EUROPE
  • Organic wine growing gains ground in France
  • Ex-Mafia land produces award-winning Italian wine
  • Major Wine producer Murfatlar Romania declared insolvent
  • THE UK
  • New English Vineyard to Produce 1 Million Bottles of Champagne a Year
  • Hedge-Fund Chief Plans Sparkling Wine in Biggest UK Vineyard
  • Chateau Alfriston: The Sussex vineyard cashing in on demand for English wine
  • UK to host Riesling Summit
  • OH CANADA!
  • More Canadians getting taste for wine over beer
  • PACIFIC RIM
  • OZ: Prince Hill Wines in administration
  • OZ: Hunter Semillon can learn from SA Riesling
  • Bangalore’s Grover Vineyards merges with Valle De Vin
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 10 Things Alcohol is Excellent At (Besides Getting You Drunk)
  • Red and white wines for the Passover seder
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • WineAmerica Hires Manager of Member Services
  • C'MON FOLKS! You want people to read your words or NOT?
  • get yer jaja’s out...
  • The 1855 scandal: an open letter and appeal to journalists and writers attending the 2011 Bordeaux en primeurs’ tastings
  • True luxe & flagellation at the 2012 World of Pinot Noir
  • The Greatest California Vineyard You Don’t Know About (Communing – And Drinking! – With Old Souls In Lodi)
  • Not Just Another Wine Event: #WineRiot
  • My Wine Epiphanies
  • Will capitalism eventually cannibalize itself? (Rant of the week)
  • Daily Wine News: Petite Sirah
  • Write a short headline that means something to somebody or just hit DELETE.

    Long, obscure headlines invite people to leave. Quickly.

    Sometimes I have the time to re-write a headline. Sometimes, like today, I don't. There are some good points in the links below. But you wouldn't know it from the deadlines. So, a few thoughts on headlines:

    If you're going to take the time to write it, take enough time to write a head that attracts readers. Otherwise, recognize yourself as an existential masochist screaming into the void.

    Put yourself in a reader's shoes and answer the big question: "who cares?"

    You better answer that fast and well.

    And that means getting rid of meaningless first words and phrases like "Monday Moanings" or "What I liked today," or "Humongous Megacorp, a major supplier of something another, announced blah today that ..." Clue: nobody cares.

    You MUST tell people why something matters, what it does and why they NEED to read your short, meaningful headlines.

    Active verbs folks. Hint: "announce" ain't active enough to matter.

    March 26, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Louis J. Foppiano Dies, Age 101
  • Global Wine Industry Finally Bouncing Back
  • Darden: Consumer sentiment still choppy
  • You Want Innovation, Vintank Wants Your Support
  • Online wine sales outperforming the market, says IMRG
  • Wine Enthusiast’s Adam Strum on YesMyWine partnership, China mag
  • The $1.3 million Kiwi wine scam
  • The avoid-brands wine selection strategy
  • Wine line cultivates women in their 20s
  • Diners punt on over-priced beverages wine & soda
  • Grape pickers receive plaudits in Benicia filmmaker's latest work, 'Harvest
  • Can wine become an American habit?
  • The Future of American Wine
  • Wine producers serving greener packaging
  • Bill Clinton Addresses Impact Marketing Seminar
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Sotheby’s auction is second biggest ever
  • Hawesko plans to pay a dividend of EUR 1.60 per share
  • Petrus Beats Estimates With Latour as Bordeaux Prices Rally
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Raise a glass of wine to resveratrol
  • OZ: Alcohol advertisers to be 'named and shamed' by new review board
  • UK: Moderate consumers penalized by minimum pricing
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Social networks are becoming the go-to platform for alcohol marketing
  • Words with Friends wine edition
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Hannibal Lecter’s Beloved Chianti Gets More Sophisticated
  • Wine experts strike back at bashers
  • Wine Samples: How to (and how not to) Get Them
  • Variations among expert tasters
  • Do scores equate to price?
  • Ever confuse wine varieties? “Not since lunch”
  • Masters of wine: Master Class Opens New Links with Italian Wine Professionals
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Making the Mondavi Legacy New Again
  • The SF Bay Area's incredible shrinking wine lists
  • Mendocino Hires Wine Marketing Veterans
  • Salmon Water Now: Myth or Fact? Westlands & Reality
  • California Farmers Feel Pain
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • FL: Bradenton wineries see progress
  • MN: Roll out the barrel for omnibus liquor bill
  • NC: Biltmore Estate exploring wine possibilities in China
  • NY: Growers fear losses from frost
  • NY: Winery Takes 'Buy Local' Mantra to Tasting Room
  • OH: One Of State's Best Kept Secrets Is Wine
  • UT: Judge to hear arguments over suit on liquor laws
  • WA: Cave B Winery Sale Deferred
  • WI: Sauk City Winery Protecting Itself Against Spring Freeze
  • EUROPE
  • Italian wine exports overtake automotive industry
  • Italy winemakers seek fashion boost on global stage
  • The Austrian Vintage 2011 – good wines, good quantities
  • Château Guiraud awarded organic logo
  • Masnaghetti maps Bordeaux
  • Will Sicily take the spotlight at Vinitaly?
  • Prosecco rise 'good for Champagne' says Lanson
  • Turkey's EU ambassador accused of 'embezzling wine'
  • THE UK
  • Retailers' own labels overtaking branded wines
  • Kent Malbec is an experiment, but not for sale
  • Major new Sussex wine estate starts planting
  • Majestic commercial director dies
  • John Avery MW: 1941-2012
  • OH CANADA!
  • Booze sales up in 2010-2011 fiscal year, with beer still the favourite
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Clare vineyards at risk from water cost
  • OZ: Booze cheaper than water in Perth
  • OZ: Follow UK drink rule, say Greens
  • OZ: Perils of a parallel (importing) universe
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil could move to restrict imports
  • Focus on: The Brazilian wine market
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Bringing Focus and Attention to Jazz and Wine
  • Is expensive wine worth the money?
  • Flaming Bag
  • "Col Fondo, not Sur Lie"

  • March 26, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Louis J. Foppiano Dies, Age 101
  • Global Wine Industry Finally Bouncing Back
  • Darden: Consumer sentiment still choppy
  • You Want Innovation, Vintank Wants Your Support
  • Online wine sales outperforming the market, says IMRG
  • Wine Enthusiast’s Adam Strum on YesMyWine partnership, China mag
  • The $1.3 million Kiwi wine scam
  • The avoid-brands wine selection strategy
  • Wine line cultivates women in their 20s
  • Diners punt on over-priced beverages wine & soda
  • Grape pickers receive plaudits in Benicia filmmaker's latest work, 'Harvest
  • Can wine become an American habit?
  • The Future of American Wine
  • Wine producers serving greener packaging
  • Bill Clinton Addresses Impact Marketing Seminar
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Sotheby’s auction is second biggest ever
  • Hawesko plans to pay a dividend of EUR 1.60 per share
  • Petrus Beats Estimates With Latour as Bordeaux Prices Rally
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Raise a glass of wine to resveratrol
  • OZ: Alcohol advertisers to be 'named and shamed' by new review board
  • UK: Moderate consumers penalized by minimum pricing
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Social networks are becoming the go-to platform for alcohol marketing
  • Words with Friends wine edition
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Hannibal Lecter’s Beloved Chianti Gets More Sophisticated
  • Wine experts strike back at bashers
  • Wine Samples: How to (and how not to) Get Them
  • Variations among expert tasters
  • Do scores equate to price?
  • Ever confuse wine varieties? “Not since lunch”
  • Masters of wine: Master Class Opens New Links with Italian Wine Professionals
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Making the Mondavi Legacy New Again
  • The SF Bay Area's incredible shrinking wine lists
  • Mendocino Hires Wine Marketing Veterans
  • Salmon Water Now: Myth or Fact? Westlands & Reality
  • California Farmers Feel Pain
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • FL: Bradenton wineries see progress
  • MN: Roll out the barrel for omnibus liquor bill
  • NC: Biltmore Estate exploring wine possibilities in China
  • NY: Growers fear losses from frost
  • NY: Winery Takes 'Buy Local' Mantra to Tasting Room
  • OH: One Of State's Best Kept Secrets Is Wine
  • UT: Judge to hear arguments over suit on liquor laws
  • WA: Cave B Winery Sale Deferred
  • WI: Sauk City Winery Protecting Itself Against Spring Freeze
  • EUROPE
  • Italian wine exports overtake automotive industry
  • Italy winemakers seek fashion boost on global stage
  • The Austrian Vintage 2011 – good wines, good quantities
  • Château Guiraud awarded organic logo
  • Masnaghetti maps Bordeaux
  • Will Sicily take the spotlight at Vinitaly?
  • Prosecco rise 'good for Champagne' says Lanson
  • Turkey's EU ambassador accused of 'embezzling wine'
  • THE UK
  • Retailers' own labels overtaking branded wines
  • Kent Malbec is an experiment, but not for sale
  • Major new Sussex wine estate starts planting
  • Majestic commercial director dies
  • John Avery MW: 1941-2012
  • OH CANADA!
  • Booze sales up in 2010-2011 fiscal year, with beer still the favourite
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Clare vineyards at risk from water cost
  • OZ: Booze cheaper than water in Perth
  • OZ: Follow UK drink rule, say Greens
  • OZ: Perils of a parallel (importing) universe
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil could move to restrict imports
  • Focus on: The Brazilian wine market
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Bringing Focus and Attention to Jazz and Wine
  • Is expensive wine worth the money?
  • Flaming Bag
  • "Col Fondo, not Sur Lie"

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