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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  • This Budd’s For You: Pancho Campo’s Past, Jay Miller’s Unpublished Tasting Notes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

  • December 16, 2011TOP NEWS
  • 3.3 Million Ton Calif. Harvest Report "Average Year" (Read past the usual "light and late" trite stuff)
  • Restaurant operators optimistic on 2012 sales
  • Wine Sales: Nov. 2011 Beats Dec. 2010
  • Majestic Wine CEO Steve Lewis – interview
  • Wine Trends To Watch in 2012
  • Where is the love? Ningxia and Bordeaux wines the judges actually *liked*
  • Chinese buyers snap up more Bordeaux properties
  • Teen Drinking Rates Reach Historic Low
  • "O Fortuna, this wine is powerful!": The Influence of Music on the Perception of Taste
  • Zoe FitzGerald Carter: Saying Goodbye to Wine
  • Introducing the Coombsville AVA in Napa Valley
  • Celebrating The Coombsville AVA
  • An In-Depth Look at the New Naches Heights AVA
  • Williams family did right thing with Napa Valley ranch
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Pernod optimistic over year-end sales in US
  • AT&T case could dash Diageo's US whiskey dreams
  • Liv-ex Claret Chip falls; Margaux up 1.3%
  • Market performance shows drinks industry's strength
  • Diageo Uses Experiential Marketing in China
  • Central European Distribution Shares Surged: What You Need to Know
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Don't take half step on PLCB sale
  • OR: Rule changes would put beer and wine with liquor in stores
  • NJ: Senate approves bill allowing wineries to sell directly to dealers
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The ethics of wine writers? Flash back 24 years
  • When The Media Gets Lied To, YOU Get Lied To
  • IMW launches Campo probe
  • W. Blake Gray now blogging for Crushpad
  • Parkergate: Emails & the anatomy of pay for access, Part 1
  • Parkergate: Emails & theanatomy of Pay for Access, Part 2
  • Masters of Wine Institute: Statement Regarding Pancho Campo MW
  • SHAMELESS SELF/BOOK PROMOTION ALERT
  • Modern Fly-By-Wire Aircraft Could Be Die-By-Wire Death Traps Says New Book Released Today
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK Drinks trade fears new year hangover
  • Consumers must be top of wine trade's agenda
  • Estate agent 'bullish' about UK land for vines
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Mildura grower heads grape table
  • Winegrowers disappointed by early grape price announcements
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Zut Alors! Chinese Wines Did What To French Wines?
  • India: Grapes may not be sour for Maharashtra’s growers, wine makers this year
  • Zhangjiagang Bonded Area Imported Wine Trade Market opens for business
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Veteran Journalist Turns Wine Producer
  • Pioneering winemakers of South Africa
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Azerbaijan endorses Viticulture Program
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye to a champagne cork
  • How To Find The Artisan Winemakers
  • How many units in YOUR drink?

  • December 15, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Opolo Sues Big Portuguese Winery & U.S. Distributor, Charging Copyright Infringement
  • Woolrych off to the US in Laithwaites Wine shake-up
  • Caves Maître – the Chinese 'Castel' – 'a stolen tradename'
  • Reports Of Australian Wine’s Death Hath Been Greatly Exaggerated
  • The Cross-Media Key to Reaching Women Online Is Trust
  • "Value is the carrot for today’s shopper": IRI
  • US approves Naches Heights as official viticulture area
  • Washington gets 12th wine region
  • TTB Approves Coombsville AVA
  • Welcome Fort Ross-Seaview AVA
  • LINK CORRECTION: Memorial Service Planned for Professor Emeritus Ralph Kunkee
  • What the king of bling can teach Champagne
  • from the REPublic: human doormat no longer
  • Tuscan Wine Firm Angelini Buys Amarone Producer Bertani
  • WineAmerica's Testimony in Favor of Direct Shipping in New Jersey
  • More than Malbec
  • The joys of collecting wineries
  • Vineyard not required: Micro-winery opens in College Station
  • JUDGEMENT OF BEIJING RESULTS: FAIR OR NOT?
  • Ningxia Beats Bordeaux. Or Does It?
  • Chinese wines beat French in tasting, but it's not best vs best
  • Was the Ningxia-Bordeaux Challenge unfair to French wines?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo: Alcohol Beverage Consumer Dynamics In Latin America Among The Most Attractive Globally
  • Liv-ex Claret Chip falls; Margaux up 1.3%
  • Fine wine indices gain ground
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Water Waivers for Napa/Sonoma Vineyards
  • Sonoma County tightens Williamson Act rules
  • New directors for Napa Valley Grapegrowers
  • Larner Winery Forced to Do EIR
  • Kendall-Jackson To Be Featured on "Undercover Boss,", Jan. 29
  • HEALTH
  • What wines won't trigger migraines?
  • Turn Down The Music To Drink Less
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • All-Star Faculty to Lead Symposium For Professional Wine Writers
  • 7 Tips for Traveling Bloggers
  • Pancho Campo MW: Institute of Masters of Wine – Code of Conduct
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK minimum pricing scheme may violate EU laws
  • Europe’s largest winery to produce sparkling
  • Festive sales on a 'knife edge', says BRC
  • London City Bond reshuffles management team
  • English sparkling on cusp of popularity
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Canada: Century-old church drops anchor at Nova Scotia winery
  • Verónica Cangemi, the new voice of Argentine wine
  • Middle India on Top: The New Gold Rush
  • SAfrica: uniWines Vineyards Prepares for Harvest of Consistent Quality
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Gary Vaynerchuk: Why ROI Matters for Social Media [VIDEO]
  • Online Flash Site VinNobles.com Adds Master Sommelier Kathy Morgan to Team
  • Winetasting.com Launches New Store on Facebook
  • The New, New Twitter and What It Means to You and Your Business
  • Facebook's 2011 Ad Sales Took No Pity on Portals
  • Only 2.8% Of Website Visitors Select and Then Opt In To Facebook Authentication
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Drinking Georgian Wine in a Soviet Bomb Shelter
  • Jim Beam descendant gets branded
  • Wine and the Importance of Discovery
  • Rescue pesky corks (and your ego)
  • Screwcaps: More in use, and more accepted than ever
  • Winter winemaking centers on cellar work
  • The Wine Ethicist: Retail Politics
  • A Visionary Vintner
  • Wheelplay: Fun and Easy Way to Find Wine

  • December 14, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Restaurant Recovery: Not This Year, Not Next, NPD Says
  • Consumers cut back on restaurant spending
  • Gancia family sells wine business
  • Direct Wines reshapes its buying and merchandising team
  • Memorial Service Planned for Professor Emeritus Ralph Kunkee
  • Report: Online coupons help consumers and restaurants
  • Chilean Wine at the Crossroads
  • Calif to spend $6.4 Million to retrain farm workers
  • Pasco winery turned soured business deal into sweet success
  • Three Top Portuguese Winemakers Team Up
  • Uncovering the Secret Buyers of Robert Mondavi's Home
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Pennsylvania Pols Pass Potent Potables Perestroika
  • PA Liquor Bill Won't Help Consumers, Taxpayers
  • Pennsylvania May Get Out of Wine Business
  • Google Executive to Speak at 2012 Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Constellation Q3 Results
  • Magnotta Winery Corporation Announces Quarterly Results
  • Liv-ex, Fine wine volatility falls: A sign of reduced uncertainty?
  • Burgundy and Bordeaux Super Seconds fill First Growth trade gap
  • HEALTH
  • UK Health experts call for minimum pricing
  • Drunk Driving Biggest Road hazard: MADD
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Food and wine lovers will devour these books
  • How To Judge A Wine Critic—Use The Caesar’s Wife Rule
  • A Wine Publicist's Vow of What He'll Never Do
  • David Schildknecht on Nossiter, Natural Wines
  • Wine Books Worth Reading
  • Robert Parker distances himself from Campo as he announces investigation
  • Jay Miller: a second set of unanswered questions
  • MATTERS OF (BAD) TASTE
  • A call for a little humility in the wine world
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Allergenic Egg White Proteins in Wine: New Methods Detect Measurable Amounts in Finished Wine
  • UC Davis: Wine grapevines and native plants make a fine blend
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Conservation easement preserves Rutherford ranch
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Coke plant to become a winery?
  • MN: Four Daughters Vineyard & Winery to open Dec. 1
  • VA: The Cases have big plans for Sweely
  • VA: The Donald aims for award-winning wines and weddings
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Shake-up at Laithwaites Wine
  • Christian Seely Of Axa Millesimes Talks Bordeaux
  • Italy winemaker sends literary message in the bottle
  • Champagne entering a new and great period
  • Yvon Mau tackles Bordeaux’s middle tier
  • VIDEO: Big Wine Festival wants to attract families
  • PACIFIC RIM
  • OZ: Yearly farm exports expected to grow by 6%
  • Downturn in Chinese Wine Collecting?
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Wine Australia to explore Brazil wine opportunities
  • “In the World, the Argentine wine is considered one of the New World’s highest-quality wines”
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • The State of Social Marketing 2011 – 2012
  • A rare and hilarious interview with @Shitmysommsays
  • Lot18 Poaches Tremor Video's COO Mark Pinney
  • WineExpress.com Debuts Mobile Wine Shopping Platform
  • Catching the Buzz: Mining Digital Word of Mouth
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wines of Jewish Origin to Toast the Season
  • Everyday bubbles: Fancy image does sparkling wine an injustice
  • From Vente to Vino – Starbucks Brings Wine and Beer to the Java-Loving Masses
  • It Ain't Over Till It's Over: Women Who Wine

  • December 13, 2011TOP NEWS
  • California wine prices predicted to rise
  • Kiwi Wine about to get more expensive as glut runs out
  • California wine exports heading toward a record year
  • Sparkling Wines Bubbling Over: SymphonyIRI
  • Washington yields down, Oregon up as harvest finishes
  • William Foley - the billionaire in NZ's vines
  • Mass. Sen. Brown pushes Postal reform; beer, wine, centralized delivery
  • Report shows Napa tourism investment paying off
  • The Industrial Lifecycle of Cork
  • Going Nuts To Raise Consciousness Of Men's Malady
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Tennessee wholesalers lobby wins ‘Lump of Coal’ award
  • Christmas Liquor Bans: Is Your State on the List?
  • Maryland Wineries See Boost In Business From Direct Shipping
  • Alcohol Wholesalers' Dumbest Tweets, Part 1
  • Clark backs Canadian bill to allow direct-to-consumer wine sales
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Liv-ex DRC Index breaks new ground
  • Will KWV Add Some Mix To Its Range?
  • HEALTH
  • France: Wine drinking down, booze and beer binging up
  • Mixed Data for Those Who Cheer Wine, Liquor (For Holiday Imbibing)
  • Critical survey on NZ alcohol reforms suppressed
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine bloggers’ conference to be hosted by Wines of Turkey
  • Miller Time, One More Time
  • Musing about Merlot
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • The unwelcome implications of another la nina winter for Paso Robles vineyards
  • Performance Metrics for Sustainable Winegrowing
  • New Product Repairs Broken Trellis & End Posts Rather Than Replacing Them
  • Grapevine Cold Hardiness Tool Launched on Washington State System
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Mid-Atlantic wineries gradually turning over to Next Generation
  • TX: Borderland Winery Lets You Make Your Own Wine
  • VA: Governor announces revamped state wine competition
  • WA: Wine Commission Searches for New Executive Director
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK wine sales plummet as tax hikes hit trade
  • Sainsbury's survey shows gin to be Xmas spirit of choice
  • English wines break sales records
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Call for 'realistic' grape prices
  • NZ: Strategic review provides framework for profitable growth of wine
  • NZ: Smallest & largest wineries showing most growth
  • OZ: Winegrowers look to reverse profits slide
  • OZ: Identity crisis for our wine regions
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • The Wine Republic to distribute Jia Bei Lan in China
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Royal Wine Corp. Goes Green

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