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October 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Almonds Top Grapes As Calif's #2 most valuable commodity
  • World Wine Shortage of 1.3 Billion Bottles Forecast
  • Farmworkers union sues Calif over heat rule enforcement
  • Calif Unlicensed Farm Labor Contractors Reigned In
  • Delta farmers to fight tunnel project
  • WSU Dedicates Wine Science Center in Richland
  • Waiting For God and Wine In Utah
  • Cork Maker Diam Regains Sparkle
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Bernard Portet, 'A Winery Without Walls'
  • Calif wine tour: In the home of the vin de garage
  • Foley forming Food & Wine Society
  • SJ County planners approve ag store, deli at Lodi winery
  • Old Sugar Mill Hits Critical Mass
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Napa Merlot crop large and late
  • Entry-level prices up as harvest falls short
  • Sharp decline in EU production requires new measures
  • Languedoc: Harvest and Beyond
  • Bordeaux 2012: The end of the harvest
  • Aussie Winemakers reject oversupply claims
  • Sineann Winery sorting crew volunteers because they believe in the wine
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Accolade Wines takes on higher tier rivals with William Hardy range
  • Piper Heidsieck pursues upmarket shift
  • Ausone Leads Christie’s London Wine Sale With Margaux, Mouton
  • Wartime wine in fine and rare Bonham's sale
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • New Study Questions Link Between Alcohol And Breast Cancer Risk
  • UK taxes increases driving drinks firms out of business
  • Is Your Company Doing Enough to Reduce Alcohol Harm?
  • Rheumatoid arthritis patients consumed less alcohol than healthy controls
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Sauvignoir created for Chinese market
  • Winesearcher: I can see right through you
  • The wonderful world of wine beer
  • Corbières to come in a can
  • Housing and organizing wine is serious business at these restaurants
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Bloggers Must Hook Readers & Reel Them In - Or Sink
  • Old World, New World, New Words
  • Wine education: the difference between a Bordeaux and a claret
  • the Music Did Not Die & Connoisseurs’ Wine Blog Lingers On
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Rebutting critiques of Calif terroir, this time in Napa Valley
  • Steven Spurrier on American wines
  • Combining Temperature and SO2 to Control Brett
  • COMPLIANCE
  • The Top 10 Useful Items From The TTB’s Website
  • EUROPE
  • Spain Shows The Way, The Laya Way
  • Field Notes from Nebbiolo Prima
  • The Langhe exposed
  • Savoie wines making an international name for themselves
  • THE UK
  • LIWF returns to its roots
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: No wind farms in SA wine regions

  • October 18, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Barrel Stop/Dominari Winery Sold At Foreclosure Auction
  • Ch. Latour/Christie's Owner on Trial in $4 Billion Calif Junk Bond Case
  • Restaurants to mitigate health care costs by cutting hours
  • Frackers in California Get Free Passes?
  • Wine gets in the spirit with liquor blends
  • Int'l Sparkling Wine Market: Good Growth, High Cost of Goods
  • A Peek Inside Kendall-Jackson
  • The Call For Ingredient Labeling Intensifies
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • The Increasingly Mysterious Case of Missing SB Vintner
  • Catalina: An Island Vineyard, the Hard Way
  • Decision on Santa Ynez tribe's liquor license expected in Dec
  • Wildfire near Laetitia Winery caused by passing vehicle
  • EPA funds completion of Napa River restoration efforts in Rutherford
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Washington State Vineyards Juggle Abundant Harvest
  • Dry, sunny weather brightens Oregon vintners' dispositions
  • Europe's Small Harvest Creates Growing Concern
  • Farmer predicts good year for Bordeaux wine
  • Watsonville grower enjoys good harvest
  • Resonance Vineyard harvest workers come from day labor pool
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • LVMH records 22% revenue increase
  • Global growth boosts Rémy Cointreau 25.5%
  • Diageo first quarter sales up 5 pct
  • 1855 lose another court case this time in Arcachon
  • Q3 Spectator Auction Index Falls
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Wine Industry Waste May Provide Cardiovascular Benefits
  • Alcohol should be 'unpleasantly expensive'
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • By price ranges: what are Argentina’s hottest brands?
  • Lessons learned from selling Opus One for $50
  • Who are the wine consumers?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Terroir and cru: an exploration
  • Gerard Basset: how to be a top sommelier
  • A chat with Denman Moody, the Advanced Oenophile
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine writing, the wine business, and "Grape-a-hol"
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Ancient Lakes and Ancient Hills
  • VA: Loudoun businessman breaks ground on new winery
  • VA: Chinese-Owned Winery Targets China's Burgeoning Oenophile
  • WA: Wine grape growers to hold caucus in Pasco
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Chateau Margaux: A storied French winery looks East
  • New Argentinian wine importer Cupari launches
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • OZ: Wine event's sour grapes
  • A fact-finding trip to Hong Kong & China
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Secret to Buying Real White Truffles from Alba
  • More Wines from Unexpected Places
  • So you want to plant a home vineyard

  • October 17, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Calif sues to get unpaid wages for farm workers
  • Restaurant same-store sales soften in September
  • Indicted Wine Counterfeiter Accuses FBI of Illegal Search
  • Wine beers start spreading across the US
  • European Wine Harvest The Worst In Half A Century
  • Mass Affluents: A New Target Niche
  • Insight into TTB's Approach to AVAs: The Inwood Valley AVA
  • Australia Hopes Fewer Vineyards Will Bring Higher Prices
  • Bill Foley & The Kiwi Wine merry-go-round reshapes the industry
  • A journey from retail CEO to winery founder
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • NapaCounty to appeal its ouster from Wappo suit
  • Experiment in terroir
  • Allen Wine Group LLP Expands Firm, Names Bill Atwood Partner
  • Sonoma State Offers Wine Trends Seminar
  • Napa Viticulture Fair Schedule
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Planeta completes Etna winery in time for extreme harvest
  • Cottonwood winery rely on volunteers for grape picking
  • Turrentine Weekly Harvest Update
  • Douro overcomes weather to produce “first rate” crop
  • Chicago City Winery Holding "First Crush" On Sat. Oct. 20
  • Wine harvest can be magical, but grueling
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • “Contains sulfites” Is NeoDry ploy to frighten rather than inform
  • What Alcohol Really Does to Your Brain
  • The CDC Thinks You Drink Too Much
  • Alcohol and Sex
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • CA Winery Blends Packaging & Consumer Insights To Create New Products
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Of wine writers and idiots
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CO: State's wine ranking nothing to whine about
  • DC: A Startup For Wine Enthusiasts Everywhere
  • NH: Despite critics, wine to stay in state liquor stores
  • IA: Player on the world wine stage
  • LA: Proposed winery before Caddo Commission
  • WA: First Spokane Total Wine superstore will open Nov. 2
  • WY: Wine? Why Not?
  • EUROPE
  • Greek wine: keep calm, drink up
  • Portugal: Small But Mighty in the World of Wine
  • Departure Of Prats Won't Affect Demand For Cos D'Estournel
  • Jean-Guillaume Prats Departing from Château Cos-d’Estournel
  • Veneto’s Bertani Family Forms New Company
  • THE UK
  • Jersey budget proposes tobacco and alcohol duty hikes
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Chile's Aconcagua awarded DO status
  • MIDDLE EAST
  • Renault-Nissan CEO invests in Lebanese winery
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Understanding Organic Wine.
  • How to pick out Cavas
  • The Great Debate: Seasonal Beauty in Wine Country
  • The Top 10 U.S. Wine Destinations
  • How to Send Back a Bottle of Wine You Don't Like
  • The story of wine corks is a lot more complicated than you thought

  • October 16, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Food,wine producers urge less government intervention
  • Restaurant Traffic Down in Sept
  • Wine Sales Strong; Syrah's Struggle Continues
  • Plantings down, production up for Australia
  • States Hope Hard Liquor Will Help Fix Their Economies
  • Washington’s 13th AVA Approved
  • Harry & David launches own wine label
  • Wine prices, Amazon, Champagne fraud
  • Food & wine fraud tackled by forensic scientists
  • BC Wine Law Reform After Privatization
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • CDFA Specialty Crop Block Grant Program Workshops Set
  • Prominent Sonoma County attorney, farmer Arthur Lafranchi dies
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Winery automates grape picking wages with NFC
  • UCC students begin processing first grapes to come into Lang Center
  • Chablis harvest down by 40% in places
  • WA: Regional wineries buzzing
  • Jordan grape harvest: fast, big and beautiful
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • LVMH: 22% increase in revenue for the first 9 months of 2012
  • Wine is “most social treasure”
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Better Q4 Email Marketing For Wineries
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine News Online: A Paying Proposition
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Red Sauvignon Blanc Hits Market
  • Nathan Myhrvold's Counterintuitive Advice On Red Wine, Foie Gras, Salad
  • “Proof-Of-Concept” sparkler
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Kurt Schade Says Schade Creek May Never Open to the Public
  • NC: State wine industry produces some of the best sips around
  • NM: Winemaker's business holdings may be claimed in Caprock bankruptcy
  • VA: State vintners get a proper nod
  • EUROPE
  • Lanson bucks Champagne trend with sales growth
  • Winemakers must pay dues to CIVB, court rules
  • Key Italian wine producers call for united strategy
  • Trocken roll: Riesling remixed
  • Urban Parisian Vines Produce Wine With A Drop Of History
  • New £200 'concept' wines from Bordeaux
  • Greece is a museum inside a bottle of wine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Grape glut end in sight as South Coast industry stays firm
  • China Laps Up Australian Wine
  • OZ: Piracy sours WA wine boom in China
  • OZ: Cold snap takes toll on Barossa vines
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • A sip of sustainable Chile
  • Wines of Chile Launches Trade-Specific Website
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Extreme Wine South Africa: De Toren Book 17 XVII
  • ANOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What would Jesus drink?
  • Stone Age People Made White Wine

  • October 15, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Why Argentine Malbec doesn't Flood the US
  • Calif Winegrape harvest could be biggest in three years
  • Beer Wholesalers Prepared to Bring Back the CARE Act
  • Aussies want to raise taxes on wine
  • Bill Foley: A Vineyard Bargain Hunter Builds an Empire
  • Ohio Wholesaler wins federal case against large breweries
  • US mounts Aussie wine push
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Is there a future for Copia site?
  • Robert Mondavi will introduce new wine venture at NYC's Food Network Festival
  • Tom Adams Joins DP&F Land Use Department
  • Old Sugar Mill expands business with two additional wineries
  • El Dorado Winery Association gets Specialty Crop Block Grant from CDFA
  • HARVEST 2012
  • North Coast grape harvest headed to big win
  • When to Harvest
  • WA: Factories among the vines
  • Harvest Napa Valley 2012: a perfect season
  • WA: Harvest Report October 15th 2012
  • 2012 Bordeaux could turn out to share commonalities with 2002
  • The summer wash-out won't drown English wine
  • Loire 2012: Savennières
  • PA: Early harvest allowed many area vineyards to beat the frost
  • OR: Sineann Winery processes Resonance Vineyard grapes
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-Ex: 2005s in fashion
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Getting People to Listen
  • Listening, While Pouring
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Struggling with Wine Tasting Notes
  • The Role of Bottle Color and Weight on Wine Color Development
  • Can Wine Drinkers have a Preference for Different Oak Wine Barrels?
  • What to drink when your magazine is sold and everyone gets fired
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Maryland Wine Pioneer Dies
  • NY:State Wine, Beer, and Spirits Summit Focuses on Marketing, Not Fracking or WIGS
  • PA: Business lets customers sample wine-making
  • WA: Wine grape growers to hold caucus in Pasco
  • EUROPE
  • Georgia Looks Toward End of Russia's Wine Embargo
  • Marziano Abbona Sulfite-Free Langhe Rosso
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Wine pioneer's property ripe for the picking
  • OZ: Wine tax wowsers ruin life's pleasures
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Arrest Warrant Issued For Indian Liquor Baron
  • China's craze for Burgundy
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Syrian wine’s star rises despite ongoing conflict
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine grapes are asexual!
  • Wine tasting party rescued from sinking ship
  • Future uncertain for baseball’s Champagne celebrations
  • Are you, like the British, terrified of sommeliers?
  • Read This Before You Hold Your Wine Tasting

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