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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"

  • March 23, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Other Guys Aims For 300,000-Case Mark
  • If You Think a Glass of Wine Will Help You Sleep, Read This
  • Constellation stock hits 52-week high
  • CORRECT LINK: Hot Brands From The Wine, Spirits and Beer Business
  • Changing the Perception of Australian Wine in America, One Glass at a Time
  • World wine consumption increases in 2011
  • BevMo announces Washington retail sites
  • Are Wine Tasting Notes Really That Effective?
  • Now the 100 point bashers are taking aim at tasting notes
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • 5 Reasons to Mix Diageo Into Your Portfolio
  • Krones warns fraud case settlement could still strike profits
  • Constellation Price target Raised to $26 by B of A
  • Liv-ex: Masseto - the (very) super Tuscan
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Nebraska Senators Stampede for Big Alcohol Tax Breaks
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • No wine color codes in fish pairings
  • Which wine with Crème Brûlée?
  • Fine Wine — A tube of red, please
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Pruning vs Pre-pruning
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sante Arcangeli’s John Benedetti, Santa Cruz Mtns. AVA
  • Nonprofits fear harm from new SB county winery rules
  • Lake County Growers' Efforts Proceed
  • Coppola's Theme Park Styled Winery Opens For The Season
  • 'A Vineyard in Napa' offers Shafer's memories of industry's rise
  • Longoria reviews 30 years of winemaking
  • Wine Country in SoMa: a vineyard on the Chronicle's rooftop
  • U.S. REGIONAL NEWS
  • Seattle gets Oregonized
  • TTB Establishes Wisconsin Ledge AVA
  • EUROPE
  • EU scuppers Anglo-Argentine collaboration
  • Spain's Vinoble cancelled
  • Vinitaly 2012: Focus on the U.S. and China
  • Wine investment in Italian brands strong as market grows?
  • THE UK'S WAR ON ALCOHOL
  • Cameron Plans Minimum Alcohol Price in Bid to Curb Disorder
  • Minimum pricing to be forced through
  • Police Chief Call For Curb On Alcohol Adverts
  • Supermarkets and bulk wine retailers targeted by government
  • Minimum pricing no “silver bullet” for abuse
  • UK faces cut in wine funds
  • Alcohol strategy must also address Britain’s hidden binge drinkers
  • Diageo Says UK Alcohol Minimum Pricing Plan 'Misguided'
  • THE UK
  • Better than expected trading for new Oddbins
  • Majestic demands 5% from Portuguese suppliers
  • Tesco in supply base cull
  • PACIFIC RIM
  • NZ: Fears bad summer puts grape harvest in peril
  • OZ: New player declares war on liquor's big two
  • NZ's potential for top quality sparkling wine - expert
  • Chengdu Wine Fair expecting record visitors
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Mexico: Baja Norte's Valle Guadalupe Wine Country
  • Brazil's wine imports threatened
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • How to Decant Your Wine With a Milkshake Blender
  • Wine tips for young players
  • Modern Manners + Etiquette: Handling Wine Snobs + More
  • Genetically-Modified Corn Nearly Unavoidable in Bourbon Distilling
  • Pink slime, move over: How about glitter in booze?

  • March 22, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Napa County Wants Barrel Stop Shut Down, Addamo Ch 11 Approved
  • 2011 California Wine Shipments Within US Reach All-Time High
  • 62 percent of Americans Buy Wine, Mostly From US
  • Methyl iodide sales suspended in U.S.
  • Is The Deadly Wine Bill HR 1161 Dead?
  • From the REPublic: David vs Goliath
  • Hot BrandsList Salutes 79 Standouts
  • Central Valley Grower challenges Costa for Congress
  • Can Reforming the Farm Bill Help U.S. Agriculture?
  • IRI Launches Initiative to Define Next Decade of Analytics
  • Wine Distributor Found Liable for Conversion of Funds After Failing to Pay the Producer
  • Dry winter means tough times along the Klamath
  • U.S. Beverage Alcohol Forum to Debut at WSWA Convention & Exposition
  • WA: Liquor board issues 8 distributor licenses in area; Costco hasn’t applied
  • WA: Liquor agency endures tough transition to privatization
  • 'Alcohol can be a controversial subject'
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Wine and kids: Is it OK to let them try it?
  • When Do You Let Your Kids Try Wine?
  • "Social Host" Laws Criminalize Home Wine Drinking for Kids
  • 'Incredible drunkenness' as young crowd takes over Sonoma wine weekends
  • Stroke risk lower among women who drink moderately: study
  • LSD the answer to alcohol abuse?
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Swap social media for TV unless you have a million fans, says Diageo marketer
  • 3 PR Tips from Beer Infographics
  • Thought leadership is key to hospital social media success
  • Report: The Rise of Digital Influence
  • How to Talk to Your Computer Tech
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Parker vs. Parker
  • Musings on minerality in wine
  • Mythmaking and wine palates
  • Why white wines should not always be drunk young …
  • Can Science Determine Which Wines & Foods Taste Best Together?
  • Critics vs. Sommeliers—The War Comes Out into the Open
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Study Evaluates Greenhouse Gas Impact of Vineyards
  • Selection of Brancellao Grapes from a Specific Location on a Cluster May Create Different Styles
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa Growers to host ‘Ahead of the Curve’ seminar
  • Freemark Abbey wins legal battle over tasting room
  • Council OKs Winery for Historic House
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AL: Compromise sought on farm winery legislation
  • MI: Reed's Announces New Distro Agreement for W.Michigan
  • MO: Old Rock Hill church could be rebuilt at a winery
  • NY: IDA backs FLCC viticulture program in Geneva
  • NY: World wine business starts in Niagara
  • NY: Farm Brewery Bill Would Permit Beer Sales at Wineries
  • PA: Winery expo owner 'satisfied' with response
  • EUROPE
  • D.O.C. is D.O.A.
  • German plastic champagne cork maker sold
  • Pomerol chateaux win reprieve over appellation change
  • What the Chancellor of the Exchequer did to UK wine drinkers
  • Champagne bosses need to engage consumers
  • My Wine School Partners with Republic of Georgia
  • THE UK
  • Ten-hour Mondovino makes UK debut
  • Drinks industry slams Budget as 'lazy' and counterproductive
  • Drinking in the success of new wine range
  • OH CANADA!
  • Okanagan Crush Pad a corking idea?
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Bulk wine used for leverage
  • NZ: Keg wine and wine coolers making a comeback
  • OZ: Hunter wine growers release paper on CSG
  • OZ: Liquor minnows join forces in battle of the bottle-oh
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Lafite Rothschild wins 6 Chinese fake court battles
  • Bond ... James Bond boosting Bollinger sales in Asia
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Q&A with Merry Edwards - CAUTION: Keep cursor away from top ad banner, atrocious video
  • A Guide to Wine Faults – Cloudiness / Haziness

  • March 21, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Mitch Cosentino Sues Soldinger & Directors of His Former Winery Company
  • CARE Act Now Off The Table?
  • Fracking Calif's Vineyards: Mostly Central Coast
  • WA: Stores licensed to sell liquor could quadruple by summer
  • CEDC takes Gallo's Barefoot to Poland
  • G.H. Mumm Appoints Riondo USA as Exclusive Importer
  • Advanced Seminar at Sonoma State to Focus on Exit Strategy
  • What's in a wine label? Notes of bureaucracy
  • Hopes of the wine industry rest on millennial shoulders
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • NZ: Grape supply 'on a knife edge'
  • OZ: Rains bring mixed results for Canberra vineyards
  • OZ: Growers assess damage after the floods
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo gains approval for shares in Sichuan Chengdu
  • Diageo Gains Chinese Approval for Its Shuijingfang Tender
  • Pernod Ricard confident on China price increases
  • Double your money with 1855!! (Really?)
  • Liv-ex: Bordeaux 2011 weather charts
  • Barclays brings in Diageo's Stephen Doherty to lead corp comms
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Gateway wines for millennials
  • If It's Not Natural Wine, It's Fake Wine
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Social Media Cage Match – And the winner has no shoes!
  • Wine Rack launches online trading
  • Discover Your invinotype to Explore and Enjoy Wines Perfect for You
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Decanter to launch Asia Wine Awards; Spurrier, Lee to co-chair
  • Wine writer ethics, an obituary, and a segue to Tom Jones
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Amelia Ceja on Wine With Mexican Food
  • Robert Parker pushes 2001 and 2003 vintages
  • The 2011 Wines Have Become Superstars
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Barrel tasting drunkenness alarms Healdsburg merchants
  • Aglianico joins the Italian varietals in Amador County
  • Mother, daughter duo make their wine a family affair
  • Calif Ag Day at the Capitol: Farmers, Animals, Tractors, Rodeo Queens
  • Napa Valley and the America's Cup
  • Vintners identify new philanthropic goals
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: First winery in Gila County holds open house
  • CT: Sunday Alcohol Bill Clears Key Legislative Hurdle
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Thousands of Medoc vines vandalised
  • UK: Real Wine Fair 2012 announces line up
  • UK Budget 2012: alcohol duty escalator continues
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: Union strikes deal with government to protect liquor workers
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine grapes damaged by herbicide spray drift
  • NZ: Maori wisdom's powerful influence on winemaking
  • NZ: Matthew Jukes releases annual Pinot Noir Classification
  • OZ: Coal seam gas on nose for winemakers
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China wine distributor ASC has logo knocked off
  • Decanter’s Sarah Kemp talks about Asia Wine Awards
  • Wine Enthusiast, YesMyWine to partner in China for digital magazine, accessories site
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Stroke. Sip. Swirl. Slice: Golfing Argentina's Wine Routes
  • First Costa Rica winery launched
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • In the mood for wine? A wine for every mood
  • Napa Valley's weird and wonderful wines
  • The Goblet Project: A Program of Wine History

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