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April 18, 2013TOP NEWS
  • NYSLA Ruling Not A Death Knell Online Wine Sales
  • Auctioning Truett-Hurst
  • Bacchus Capital Finances Madrigal Family Winery
  • Massive vintage for Aussie's Riverina grapegrowers
  • Tesco prepares US exit with sale of Fresh & Easy
  • Exercise May Protect Brain Against Heavy Drinking
  • Central Valley Project trims water allocation
  • California bill would target fracking industry's water use
  • All Parties 'Comfortable' With Ag Immigration Proposal
  • Chase Names Stucker Head of Beverage Industry Group
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Contra Costa County Now Part of Central Coast?
  • Napa seeks to quell BottleRock fears
  • Calif Zin Maker Moves into Pinot
  • Salinas Valley farmers tackle seawater intrusion
  • Petaluma's OFFbeat Brands Hires 3 Sales Execs-Two V.P.s
  • Free foie gras with $55 glass of wine skirts duck liver ban
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Constellation Given New $50 Price Target at JP Morgan
  • Diageo 3Q performance boosted by US market
  • Rémy reaps dividend of upmarket shift
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • 18th Century Mosel Wines Go To Auction
  • Lynch-Bages 1995 to 29-Month Low of $1,470
  • Bordeaux 2012: Mouton releases at €240
  • Livex: L-WIN launches new website
  • China turning its back on top Bordeaux
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • What The New Generation Wants From A Wine
  • Accolade launch low-cal wine brand
  • Tasting Room Offers DIY Wine Tasting, No Sommelier Required
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • How not to be a wine snob
  • Freedom, Expression & Love: A Consideration of Choice in Winemaking
  • Wine Spectator moving away from numerical scores?
  • Everything is coming up Rosés
  • Caliornia Cab - It’s Not About the Years, it’s the Character
  • French versus Italian Merlot tasting
  • Divico: A Brand-New Red Grape Variety
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Epicurious Is Epi-Classy With 'Insensitive' Boston Tweets
  • Brandon Farley Joins Team VinTank
  • PACKAGING & PROMOTION
  • 5 tips for uncorking the perfect wine label design
  • Cruise ships promote wineries
  • Trinchero's Bandit Brand Launches Tetra-Pak
  • Budweiser To Intro Bowtie-Shaped Can
  • EMPLOYMENT
  • More bad news for the unemployed
  • Recovery leaving long-time job seekers behind
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • DLW13: What's next for local wine?
  • CT: Bill To Allow more wine tastings
  • MD: Antietam Highlands Wine Trail Launched in Maryland
  • NY: Yorktown winery owner DeChiaro under election-law scrutiny
  • OR: Exhibit A of issues that can arise with naming regions
  • TX: Future vintners dig in - Fredericksburg
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Wine industry pioneer rues decline of family-owned wineries
  • OZ: Wine regions wrapping up harvest
  • NZ: Tax could kill cask wine industry
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Algeria Was Once The World's Largest Wine Exporter

  • April 17, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Beer Deal "Most Transformational" In Constellation History
  • Sonoma Forest-To-Vineyard Land May Get Protection This Week
  • Immigration bill would mandate E-Verify
  • The Costs of State Alcohol Franchise Laws
  • A Tribute To George Vare
  • Direct Shipping: Think Big, Act Small
  • Moscato Madness: The Shock & Horror
  • Wine Supply Is All About Control
  • UCDavis: Facing food fraud
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa Vintners Head to China
  • Napa Growers: Best Practices for Clean Plant Material & Heat Management
  • Mendocino Wine Co Names Portello as W.Division Mgr
  • Napa Wine Train Signs New Deal with Castello di Amorosa
  • Family Winemakers upcoming SoCal Event
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • An Examination Of Alcohol Stocks
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Chateau La Tour du Pin’s Disappearance
  • Bordeaux Futures Are Here. Is Anyone Buying?
  • 04 Mouton on the rise
  • HEALTH
  • One small glass of wine a week fine during pregnancy, suggests study
  • Centenarian credits red wine for long life
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Focus on the Customer, Win the Customer
  • Would a price increase take the wind out of Malbec’s sales?
  • Weak rand could mean great value South African wines
  • Diageo puts emphasis on femininity with new Baileys bottle
  • DIRECT SHIPPING
  • Observations on the New York SLA Marketplace Ruling
  • The 2013 Direct Shipping Report: How Will It Change Your Strategy?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Critics: Please Ignore The Consumers!
  • Bloggers Need to Practice Good Journalism
  • Books Covers, Best Sellers and Great News about Savour Australia 2013
  • Exhibition explores etymology of booze
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Great Wine Is 90% Vineyard, 10% Genius
  • Grenache Blanc’s time to shine
  • Blaufrankisch: Austria’s silky, sour red
  • The mystery of soils and wines, part 5
  • ASEV Selects Best Enology and Viticulture Papers
  • Everything You Need To Know About Malbec
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • Preserving Terroir for Future Generations
  • 5 Upcycled Products From Wine Waste
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Online wine clicks with buyers
  • AmericanWineryGuide.com Integrates 2 Winery Reservation Systems
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Int'l Cold Climate Wine Competition Call for Entries
  • TN: BNA Wine Group Adds Mark Castaldi as Chief Operating Officer
  • TX: Wine and culinary arts center planned for Fredericksburg
  • VA: Salahi winery scheduled to go on auction block
  • WA: WSU class offers a taste of wine for those over 21
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • USDA Scientists Map Out Key Protein In Vector-Borne Viruses
  • Rare Earth Elements Help Determine Authenticity & Origin of Moscato d’Asti
  • Take time for agricultural safety awareness
  • Group Says USDA Has Forgotten Rural Development
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK Merchant wine auction site opens
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Chinese wine buyers visiting Hunter
  • OZ: Grape growers among Stonehaven Winery creditors
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Quality Aussie wine exports to China barrel along
  • Chinese bloggers hail NZ harvest
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Elephant dung beer sells out in minutes
  • Best temperature for wine
  • Tips on Buying a Wine Fridge
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Farmers hope to strike gold with olives

  • April 16, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Wine Advocate drops Galloni lawsuit
  • Moscato drives US wine sales
  • Congressional Leaders Seem Certain of a 5-Yr Farm Bill
  • Wine/Food IPO Priced Above US Supermarket Rivals
  • Red Blotch threatens Aussie vineyards
  • Beer Goggles: Taste prompts chemical desire
  • SAfrica Outlaws Wine Collector's Cellar: Too Many Bottles
  • Snob-Speak Alienates Wine Drinkers
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Assembly votes to honor historic vineyards
  • North Bay investors back artisan foodmakers
  • Byczynski named Grower Relations Mgrr at Fetzer
  • EMPLOYMENT
  • Agriculture Workforce Coalition Statement on Immigration Agreement
  • Winery Hiring Activity Surges
  • Central Valley cities at the bottom as places to start or grow a business
  • New Sonoma County casino may hire as many as 2,000
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Garco Wine Sues Constellation
  • LVMH drinks division outpaces fashion
  • Why Diageo Is Up 34% During the Last 12 Months
  • LVMH-backed fund to buy half of RM Williams
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Haut-Brion ’08 Recoups 25% of Decline to Trade at 10-Month High
  • Bordeaux Futures: "2012 will kill 2011"
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Battle brewing in Maryland for supermarkets to sell wine, beer
  • Supermarket wine will never work, says Norway trade organisation
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why does the wine taste worse at home?
  • Don't overlook good hybrid wines
  • Unoaked Chardonnay Gains A Foothold
  • Minerality: Describing What You Can’t Describe
  • Non-sulphur wines ‘a reality’ with natural preservative
  • When it Comes to Rosé, Italy Gives France a Run for the Money
  • Society of Wine Educators Launches Blog: Wine, Wit, and Wisdom
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wine Wholesaler Uncorks Her Spirit
  • Diageo wants to help make your store matter
  • Winery Press Release : 4 Ideas for Writing One
  • Big Fun on the Big Gay Wine Train
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Local Pride
  • ID: Pend d'Oreille Winery is Moving
  • MN: Smokers, Wine Drinkers, Wealthy To Pay More Under Demo's Budget
  • NV: Univ Nevada Reno plants new vineyard
  • OH: New winery poised to open in Miami County
  • WA: House OKs wine, beer at spas, theaters
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Climate Change Will Turn Up the Heat on California's Water Wars
  • Lags in fracking regulations: Independent analysis reveals risks to water
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Fungus resistant grape variety unveiled
  • More Chemicals Applied To Bt, Herbicide Tolerant Crops, WSU Finds
  • Animal Ag Alliance Conference To Focus on Ag Gag Legislation
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Languedoc co-op focuses on Rhône
  • English wine is making a splash
  • Major Port Company Declares 2011 Vintage
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Grape processor ends up in liquidation
  • Rain delays some picking
  • Australia should overcome Chinese investment fear
  • Treasury Wine Estates' national distribution centre being built at Penfield
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • You Can Still Drink Great Wine On a Budget; Here's How
  • Fastest Growing Wine Producing Region in the World
  • In the Vineyards with Ben Sessions of Hanzell
  • What's that got to do with the price of eggs?
  • WINE PORN: WRETCHED EXCESS DEPARTMENT
  • Wine Club For Billionaires Open In Hamptons On Memorial Day

  • April 15, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Rabobank Forecasts Fall In Wine Consumption As Prices Rise
  • Wine Consumption Plummets in Old World, Surges in New
  • Southern & Empire Declare War On Wine In NY
  • Major alcohol suppliers, local distributors face off in MO court
  • Alcohol Industry Akin to Malaria-Carrying Mosquito Says Fed Policy Speaker
  • Casual dining drives March restaurant sales recovery
  • The Wine Trials: An Update
  • MORE ON CLIMATE CHANGE STUDY
  • Bovine Excrement & Global Warming
  • Napa Vintners Do Care About Climate Change
  • Napa Valley Vintners contest global warming data
  • San Joaquin Valley farmers keep growing cool-weather grapes
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • China's no template for California
  • California and Chinese province sign cooperation deal
  • Napa County challenges Altamura Winery
  • Farm Bureau spars with Lodi winery owners seeking to expand
  • Lake County Winery Association to host wine competition this summer
  • New Director for Santa Barbara Vintners
  • First-ever public 'California Water Rights Atlas' opens
  • Grape Day Conference at South Coast Winery
  • Celebrating 'green wineries' - Santa Maria Times
  • For some grapegrowers, sheep replace tractors
  • David Fulton wines offer a taste of old Napa
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • New law cuts costs, public disclosures for IPOs Like Truett-Hurst Winery
  • Constellation Earnings Call: Wine Outlook and Beer
  • Treasury Wine puts Latin America to the test
  • Think Spirits to take over Cuervo from Diageo
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex re-classifies St Emilion
  • Chinese Wine Market: "Tempting But Risky"
  • Genes, Fake Wine, Martha Stewart: Intellectual Property
  • Romanee-Conti '96 Leads Acker Wine Sale With Petrus '82
  • A Revered French Winery Breaks With a Bordeaux Tradition
  • Price Is Most Important Factor For Bordeaux 2012
  • Gazin first out of the blocks for 2012
  • Angelus owner to release ‘affordable’ Bordeaux range
  • Eisenhower's Paris Hotel Crillon Puts Beds to Wine Up for Sale
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • 5 Gallon Kegs, Label Approvals and You.
  • Anti-Alcohol Activists After Your Money
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Treasury ripe for lo-cal in US wine market
  • Rioja generic body plans €8m promotional spend
  • Grace Vineyard in China to sell Sonata wine solely via Internet
  • Prowein and Vinitaly battle it out on the international stage
  • The Wine Version of a Tupperware Party in Your Own Home
  • Hempiatris: Wine, Wódka and Bong
  • Prosecco is trendy and affordable
  • New Bottle Shop Segment a “New Generation” In Craft Beer Retailing
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • New Survey Determines That Wine Adjectives Are Mostly Confusing Bulls**t
  • Aging your wine? Don’t expect a Magic Moment
  • Myanmar’s wine astonishes experts
  • Bordeaux can make serious rosé
  • Are you a wine buff? Or just a wine bluffer?
  • Jefford on Monday: In Search Of A Palace Coup
  • WINE PORN
  • How to Own a Vanity Vineyard
  • That’s bored dough : The $50,000 wine club
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities
  • OH CANADA!
  • Last year's drought good for Ontario grapes
  • Wine Imports outpacing domestic
  • Bill George stays on as Grape Growers chair - Niagarathisweek.com
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • DLW13 wrapup – We trended over Tiger Woods!
  • Drink Local Wine 2013 brings together past, future of Maryland wine
  • ID: Local winery, brewery plan expansions
  • OK: Grape crop strong amid dry weather
  • TX: Texas wine -- 10 years after (part II)
  • UT: Frustrations bottle up at Utah wineries
  • WA: Fletcher Bay Winery moves to Copper Top
  • WI: Wollersheim Winery's raises profile further with foray into distilling
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Customs Clearing House Needed In Europe, Say Winemakers
  • Own part of a French wine-making château
  • Bordeaux 2012: Negociants 'serene' about 2012 but worried about effect on 2011
  • Bordeaux 2012: Pessac, Pomerol, Margaux among bright spots
  • Delicata grape growers learn about sustainable viticulture - Times of Malta
  • Royal Tokaji on premium push
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Chains bottle up liquor market
  • OZ: Australian Vintage unveils 2013 launch plan
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China Cuts Back on Big-Buck Bordeaux
  • Tesco's South Korean crown jewel flawed by new regulations
  • Farm Groups Praise Japan Entry to Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership
  • Third tier cities of China expecting a big wave of imported wine 'invasion'
  • A River Runs Through It
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • MIA: Mexico's Wine Merchants
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Distell buys Burn Stewart Distillers
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Thoughts while watching a sheep being skinned in Tuscany
  • Eric Asimov raids Gregutt's cellar
  • Why are there so many new films about wine?
  • The Paso Robles AVA - Too Big to File
  • What’s in an name? AVAs and wine appellations, from best to worst
  • The St. Emilion wine region
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Can Olive Oil Save Sagging Mediterranean Economies?
  • Olive Oil Imports Up Sharply in Japan and China, Modest Gain in U.S.
  • Writer Carol Drinkwater Chronicles Olive Heritage
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Comparing Biogenic Amines and Polyphenols of Grapes & Wine After Conventional, Biodynamic, and Organic Practices
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • WSWA Convention To Be Held In Orlando April 28-30, 2013

  • April 12, 2013TOP NEWS
  • What The ShipCompliant Ruling Really Means
  • Koch Wins Fake Wine Lawsuit
  • March restaurant sales swing positive
  • Bordeaux Estate Burgled
  • Self-Serve Wine Tasting Arrives
  • CLIMATE CHANGE STUDY REACTIONS
  • Obscurity, Uncertainty Mar Climate Change Study
  • Treasury Seeks Cooler Land as Climate Shifts
  • North Coast Grape growers optimistic on climate
  • Climate preparedness forum set for Fresno
  • Where Will I Move To Next?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Auction Napa Valley Sells Out in Record Time...
  • Napa’s Underrated Appellation Shows Off Its Chops
  • California opens trade and investment office in China
  • California Water Update
  • Duarte Nursery Celebrates Friends Day
  • Rodney Strong Hires Erica Stevens as Director of Marketing
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo Deal With United Spirits In Jeopardy
  • Constellation Touts Share Gains Across Wine, Spirits And Beer
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Bordeaux 2012: Liv-ex members survey
  • Bordeaux en primeur – pricing as important as quality
  • Hugh Johnson Sells Wine Cellar
  • HEALTH
  • Some drinking tied to longer life post-breast cancer
  • Drinkaware web visitors soar after warning people that they drink more than they think
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Amazon.com adds Texas to its Amazon Wine program
  • Burgeoning Bottle Shop Segment Offers “New Generation” In Beer Retailing
  • Single-Serve Format for Fine Wines
  • Dehydration: the new way to age wine
  • Adult-only restaurant visits on the rise
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • WineSimple Introduces New App to Benefit Wine Retailers and Consumers
  • 5 Ways to Improve Your Wine Facebook Marketing with a Cover Photo
  • Three Rules for Creating Your Brand’s Digital Experience
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Globalization Ruining Wine Styles?
  • A Capricious Wine With a Lot of Range
  • Leading Man of Burgundy Puts Down His Glass
  • Fine Powder on Mount Veeder
  • WOMEN IN WINE
  • Women winemakers in Oregon talk of inspiration, sexism
  • Aussie women pushing open the cellar door
  • Wine Goddess wants liquor tax break
  • Portugal: Women of wine impress
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Gregutt's opening farewell
  • Top 10 wines in the US press
  • POLITICS & FARM POLICY
  • EPA Administrator Nominee Fields Questions From Ag Interests
  • Presidential Budget Keeps USDA Funding Steady
  • Farm Policy Facts Compiles Top 10 Ag Videos
  • Angry US farmers say proposed food aid changes could help their competitors
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Cranky Recruiter: Just tell me what you are making.
  • OH CANADA!
  • B.C. Wine Law still Riddled with Complication
  • Canada: A nation of beer drinkers turns increasingly to wine
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KY: State of the Grape at Kentucky Wineries
  • NY: St. James Winery Gets State License to Sell Wine
  • NY: Finger Lakes Wine Country's CEO resigns
  • OR: State approves wine in growlers
  • TX: Texas wine -- 10 years after
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Whole Foods To Open Nation’s First Commercial-Scale Rooftop Greenhouse
  • OSU scientists turn wine-making waste into biodegradable products
  • Scania seeks to promote grape-based biofuels
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK: Double digit sales hike in March for wine and spirits
  • Vinitaly – visitor numbers up by 6 percent
  • UK: Imports outpacing domestic
  • Another Italian Porn Star Launches A Wine
  • Burgundy’s Louis Bouillot unveils ambitious expansion plans
  • Casca Wines Battles To Save Ramisco
  • KWV set for major UK push
  • Morale high amongst French independent growers
  • Sopexa to roll out varietal Vin de France campaigns in China and Canada
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Dunleavy family regains control of Te Motu
  • OZ: Coles tells small wineries to ‘work with us’
  • NZ: EIT Student Wins Major Viticultural Award
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil – exciting times for wine
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Temecula Olive Oil Company announces new partnership, increased production
  • Emerging Markets Embrace Olive Oil

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