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February 13, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Calif. 2011 Wine Grape Crush: 3.3 Million Tons, Down 7% From 2010 (Scroll down for more)
  • Artesa's controversial timber-to-vineyard Plan nears approval
  • Steve Pitcher ... RIP
  • Modesto winemaker's chocolate wine weds two holiday favorites
  • Marketing tools when selling top end wines
  • The Barefoot Advantages of Being a Small Start-Up – Part 4
  • Consumer Wine Awards Offers Outreach and Research Opportunities
  • Bitter Cold May Destroy 50% of Russia's Vineyards
  • Sherry-Lehmann Projects Revenue Growth Of 7% For Its Fiscal 2012
  • UK Fraudsters jailed over £50 million alcohol duty scam
  • Rosemont awarded $300,000 matching USDA grant
  • Research and Markets: Wine in G20 to 2015: Market Guide
  • Merlot out as UK consumers get adventurous
  • Cattle Call! Dear Wine Rep: a rebuttal
  • Gadget to detect fake alcohol invented
  • Q&A: SSU economist Dr. Robert Eyler
  • International Delegates Learn About the US Wine Market As We Learn About Them
  • The HoseMaster's 2012 Top Ten Most Influential People in the Wine Business
  • 2011 CALIFORNIA WINEGRAPE CRUSH ROUNDUP
  • San Joaquin Valley wine grapes in demand as crop shrinks
  • SLO County wine grape production hurt by weather in 2011
  • Napa winegrape crop worth lowest since 2008
  • North Coast grape crop shrinks again
  • Turrentine 2011 Calif Winegrape Crop Comments On
  • CAWG Comments on 2011 California Crush
  • Ciatti Comments on 2011 California Crush
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Wine investment dip 'was healthy'
  • Diageo targets new consumers
  • Diageo's UK sales fall 2% after declining to offer big Christmas discounts
  • Fine wine as an alternative investment
  • Find Value In SAP, Diageo , Says FPA Fund Manager
  • The World's Two Best Sin Stocks: Diageo (NYSE: DEO) and Philip Morris
  • Henri Jayer Vosne-Romanee Fetches $265,200 at Christie’s Sale
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • “There’s a lot of boring, crap, industrialised organic wines on the market, and if the industry’s going to implode, it’s because of that.”
  • Corked wine, and some dodgy lenticels
  • I Say 95 Points—You Say “Amen”
  • Wine is Multi-Faceted - Really!
  • “A terroir wine is a wine for the mouth and not for the nose,” Chapoutier says.
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Americans' Evolving Taste for Booze-Infographic
  • How Customers Use VinTank Social Connect
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Congressional Democrats say California water bill is brewing in the dark
  • Work on California water bill exposes DC divide
  • NZ: Winery water under scrutiny
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Bigger budget raises Napa Destination Council's profile and importance
  • Feinstein Urges Protection of Napa Valley Opposes New Casino Development
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Locapour message still getting muddled
  • Binge drinking belt' stretches across Northern Plains
  • ID: House Considering Alcoholic Beverage Control Bill
  • KS: Session flooded with alcohol bills
  • MO: Creating the best grapes for area wineries
  • NE: Wineries and grape growers can learn more about their trade
  • NJ: Ex-mayor named acting ABC director
  • NY: Wine importer finds White Plains home
  • NY: Mohegan Lake winery gets long-awaited OK
  • NY: No consensus on wine in grocery stores
  • NY: Finger Lake winery pioneers watch and welcome changes
  • OR: Sokol Blosser Extends Evolution Brand With Red Blend
  • TN: Show up to get wine in grocery stores
  • EUROPE
  • Poor Organisation of 2012 Salon des Vins de Loire and Loire Stars
  • Motörhead wine banned in Iceland
  • Czech wineries happy with Europe's deep freeze
  • Czech wine tax wins undiluted condemnations
  • Paris wine makers seek recognition for grape growing renaissance
  • Georgian Wine Returning to Russia
  • THE UK
  • Wilmers buys Haut-Bailly neighbour
  • 'eBay for wine' drives bumper internet sales for Berry Bros
  • Abandon tax hike to give drinks an Olympic boost: WSTA
  • LIWF to host UK Sommelier of the Year final
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: Doors to wine sales could open wide
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Storms hold up Hunter grape harvest
  • OZ: Fire impact has far reach
  • OZ: We've scraped bottom of the barrel
  • NZ: Glass still half full in Marlborough's wine industry
  • NZ: Bulk wine export figures up
  • OZ: Quality runs in the McLaren Vale family
  • OZ: Shiraz shaping up as Central Ranges star
  • NZ: Pisa Range Estate 'Black Poplar' Block Pinot Noir Elevated To 'Classic' Status
  • NZ: Workers fined for freedom camping
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Hong Kong fine wine auction sells every lot
  • China wine moves: Jebsen to add Bollinger, Ayala, Chanson Pere et Fils
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil opportunities beckon
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • Wine retailers encourage customers to sample their products
  • Choices bloom to taste wines before buying
  • 2012 International Wine Label Contest Accepting Submissions
  • A Killer Resource for Wine Pros: How to Develop a Photographic Story
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Shun $2,000 Bottles of Geriatric Vintages, Go With Younger Wine
  • Happy birthday, Two-buck Chuck
  • Is pink champagne worth the extra cost?
  • For sale: Napa Valley’s most exclusive estates
  • Vintners Hall of Fame induction tickets still available

  • February 10, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Southern Does It Again In Washington, Signing Pact With Diageo
  • Spain to Pay EUR54.9 Million Fine For Illegal Vineyards
  • Some Pre-Release Crush Report Buzz
  • Underemployment 21% or Higher in Five States in 2011
  • What the Wine Market Wants (Maybe Not What You Think)
  • Clueless Wine Buyers
  • Calif Grape growers offer scholarships to field workers
  • New EU Regulation for Organic Wine: Legal Analysis
  • WA: State commission names new director
  • Chinese snaps up Burgundy vines
  • Plonk and paragliding in Gen-Y Documentary
  • Calif Wine exports symposium set
  • Free Export Seminars Can Help Ag Interests Launch Overseas Sales
  • Registration Open for WineAmerica Wine and Grape Policy Conference
  • Trademark for Alcohol Held Confusingly Similar to Identical Mark for Cigars
  • NYCR Wines of the Year Weekend Kicks Off ... With Beer
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo export success tough act to follow for UK firms
  • Investors bank on Grange range
  • Spectrum & Vanquish 'happy' despite withdrawn lots at London auction
  • Bogus Burgundies?
  • Auction withdraws 13 DRC lots amid fraud claims
  • DRC auction, guilty, Messi wine, scouting, charity – sipped & spit
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red wine alone may not be the elixir of life, finds new study
  • Gov't Anti-Alcohol Efforts Pay off: Diageo Says UK Drinking Less
  • Wine calories versus Bag of Chips calories
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Writing about wine is not like playing King of the Mountain, or is it?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • New winemaker at Atalon
  • Rewinery Offers Wine-to-Door Delivery in San Francisco
  • Roger Trinchero receives Military Patriot Award
  • Pruning skills put to test in 11th annual Napa County Pruning Contest
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NJ: Outer Coastal Plain Vineyard Assn gets $33K USDA grant
  • NY: 'Wine in markets' push just won't die
  • WA: Kalama wine bottle plant to restart in July
  • WA: Movie theater beer and wine bill passes House
  • WA: Vineyard gives early valentine
  • WI: Assembly Committee Hears Spirits Tasting Bill
  • ACADEMIA
  • San Diego State U Course Examines Wine Business Opportunities
  • Vineyard finds home on campus
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK Champagne sales stagnate
  • Austria chases lower UK prices
  • Spirited Wines' plans for UK Nicolas stores
  • “Gruaud Larose must move with the times”
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Rain should not cloud grape crop prospects
  • NZ: Marlborough needs appellation system, says Forrest
  • OZ: Early grape harvest in Coonawarra
  • OZ: Serafino on high over wine deal
  • OZ: Lion recovers after suffering 'perfect storm'
  • NZ: Romantic notion of owning a vineyard
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Native Chinese wine regions enhance brand development
  • Chinese wine lover snaps up Vosne-Romanee vines
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina grows UK exports
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Next Malbec
  • One Sommelier's Success
  • World's top winemaking families committed to 'long term'
  • Interview with the winemaker: Josh Baker of Edna Valley Vineyard
  • What's in a vintage date?
  • I accidentally froze a bottle of wine - is it still okay to drink?
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • GRAMMY Awards to Serve Wines Sealed with Natural Cork

  • February 09, 2012TOP NEWS
  • 1 in 3 winery owners plan to exit in the next 10 yrs: BPM Wine Survey
  • Tasting & Nothingness: Lessons from a wine scandal
  • Growing Quality: The Meaninglessness Of Low Yields
  • Wine's gold medal standard lacks luster
  • Fast-casual segment influences restaurant industry
  • U.S. wine exports rising
  • WA Wine grape growers meeting at Kennewick
  • EU decides "organic wine" can contain sulfites
  • Washington State U Gets $7.4 Mil Commitment From State's Wine Grape Growers
  • Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Invests in Washington State U Wine Science
  • 3 Wine Social Media Tools Worth Sipping
  • LOOKING AT DIAGEO: UP ... DOWN ... ?
  • Tax changes send Diageo H1 profit down 20%
  • Diageo Sales Growth Meets Estimates as Emerging Markets Gain
  • Emerging markets boost Diageo
  • AUCTION SCENE
  • Fake Burgundy?
  • Spectrum Wine Responds To Domaine De La Romanee Conti/Corney & Barrow
  • 2009 Bordeaux To Wine World: “Surprise! We’re Overpriced!”
  • Spectrum auction “redefines” London scene
  • World’s largest spirits collection for sale
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Does anyone want to drink weak booze?
  • How many units in your drink?
  • UK Consumers urged to count units
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why bubbly tastes best in a narrow glass
  • Taste Buds & Wine
  • New Wines and Intriguing Blends from ZAP 2012
  • Charts of the day, wine-heat edition
  • MOSCATO. MOSCATO! MOSCATO!! MOSCATO!!!!
  • Ruffino Expands Portfolio With Moscato d'Asti
  • Moscato Madness: Identifying the Good Stuff
  • Moscato Mania
  • Moscato, Malbec and Pinot Noir, the hot favorites in US
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Mendo Growers await word on moth quarantine
  • Lake County Winery Assn Elects 2012 Leadership
  • Reece Cordi fulfilling wine-making dream in Sutter County
  • San Juan leaders favor winery at historic house
  • Santa Ynez Valley has no plan to become next Napa
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CT: Sunday Sales Debate Set To Kick Off
  • NY: Teaching vineyard planned for Torrey
  • VA: Wine Industry Doubles in Five Years
  • WA: What kind of wine grape harvest will 2012 bring?
  • WA: Liquor Control Board Approves Online Alcohol Server Training Program
  • WA: Wolfe's High Country grapes have close ties
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Austrian wine exports set a record
  • Slurp moves "aggressively" into beer and spirits
  • Salon des Vins de Loire + Les Salons-off: stop the blame game and talk!
  • EU Organic Wine Rules - Frequently Asked Questions
  • EU Organic wine growers will be allowed to use the term organic wine on their labels
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China Bulk Wine Imports 2011: Spain tops Chile, Now Biggest Source
  • “F*cking Nuts” Wine Offends Cantonese Wine Drinkers
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Barcelona Star To Launch 'Leo' Wine Label In Argentina
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Israel becoming a serious destination for wine tourism
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine tasting jargon decoded
  • A native son with an eye for vineyards
  • How wine is affecting our planet
  • The estate-bottled wine anomaly
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • National Wine & Grape Initiative Elects Officers & Board
  • WSWA Announces additional Keynote Speakers for Annual Convention

  • February 08, 2012TOP NEWS
  • EU Organic wine growers will be allowed to use the term organic wine on their labels
  • Warning: These wine law changes will make your head spin!
  • Napa’s Picasso thief admits New York art thefts
  • Billionaire Foley increases NZ holdings
  • China and US Improve, but Overall Consumer Confidence Fell in 60% of Global Markets
  • Calif Budget proposal delivers double blow to ag education
  • Boxed Wine: Bad Reputation or Just Bad?
  • Farm bill: 'Safety net' for farmers could be reshaped in 2012
  • Calif Grape growers offer grants to teachers
  • New Leadership For The Family Winemakers of California
  • Changing Farm Structure and the Distribution of Farm Payments and Federal Crop Insurance
  • China Wine Import Stats for 2011: France Crushes the Competition (Again)
  • Sonoma State: Tasting Room Management Classes Starting in Sonoma and Napa
  • Activists-turned-trees protest Preservation Ranch
  • Man convicted of wine warehouse arson ordered to serve 27 years, pay $70M
  • Wineries continue to struggle after arson five years ago
  • Building On ChocoVine's Success, Clever Imports Will Launch New Fruit-Cream Wine
  • The Barefoot Advantages of Being a Small Start-Up
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Is Italian wine investment going to be the next big thing?
  • Foster's sell-off a warning for retailers
  • Auction at Christie’s to Bring Bragging Rights, Drinking Ecstasy
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Alcohol: The Under-Appreciated Killer
  • Push for weaker alcoholic drinks as UK tackles binge drinking
  • Alcoholic drinks should be made weaker
  • Aussie MDs Push govt to crack down on alcohol
  • CO: Ski Resort Imposes Drink Alcoholic Limit
  • Taxpayer Money and Red Wine Fraud
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Meet Playboy.com’s New Dot Com Wine Dude
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why Syrah Hasn't Caught On in America
  • The Problem With Wine By The Glass (And The Solution)
  • Dan Berger’s “Sound of Tension” Hit a Chord
  • Tales from the road
  • New Plantings—An Opinionated Analysis
  • Sauvignon Blanc becomes a UK best-seller
  • The Essence of Wine: Wet Stones
  • Living on the sweet side of life
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • When Grapevines Will Not Die
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Tony Glorioso and Scotty Barbour join Spring Mountain Vineyard
  • Barefoot Wine Industry Experts to Guest Lecture at Sonoma State
  • California's Tim Burton-esque Historic Vineyards
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Lawmaker Pushing Bill To Allow Wine Sales In Grocery Stores
  • TX: Book explores strengths of Texas vintners
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Russian Ingenuity Conquers Alcohol Sale Restrictions
  • BBR online revenues rocket
  • PACIFIC RIM
  • Zhongshan as the wine trade center in China south
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • 4 Keys to an Effective Promotion Strategy
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Doing Outreach Right -- Mellowood's Linda Neal Does a Fantastic Job
  • How Wineries Can Make Automated Facebook and Twitter Cross-posts More Effective
  • Marketing Chart: Agencies Rate Effectiveness of Social Media Tactics
  • All Social Media Companies are Addicted to Fudging their User Numbers
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Unique path to success for Redwood Valley's Greg Graziano: Italy
  • Wine's Three Biggest Lies

  • February 07, 2012TOP NEWS
  • 2011 California: Short But Good? Maybe, Maybe Not So Much.
  • CalPERS vows to push giant Preservation Ranch vineyard project
  • Wente Vineyards’ Entwine Jumps To 150,000 Cases In Half-Year
  • How Global Economic Shifts Changed the Wine Industry — For Better and For Worse
  • Out-of-State Wine Sales: Going Beyond Direct Shipping
  • Head of Utah’s premium wine program resigns
  • WSWA convention to include business forum
  • Top restaurant TV ads marry price, quality
  • California Wine Laws That Took Effect on January 2012
  • Technomic Develops Online Service to Track Adult Beverage Metrics
  • Liv-ex: Talbot ticks up
  • HEALTH
  • Red Wine: Health Benefit Or Health Hazard?
  • Does Wine Consumption Improve Your Chance of Having More Teeth in Old Age?
  • UK: Government alcohol ad 'scaremongering'
  • Diageo National Pubwatch Awards launched to encourage responsible drinking
  • South Africa considers law banning sale of alcohol to pregnant women
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The debate about high alcohol sometimes verges on insanity
  • BERGER: The art of wine description
  • 5000 Wines a Year : Was this some sort of punishment? Did someone commit a crime?
  • Smell is a suave, elusive, sensual sense
  • In Vino Veritas: Surprising New Zealand Wine
  • Natural Wine Roundup
  • Beer With Dinner, Again
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Tannat: the Perfect Grape for Paso Robles?
  • Cecchetti Wine Company Celebrates Fourth Consecutive Year of Double Digit Growth
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MI: Chateau Grand Traverse Winery launches new dispensing system
  • NJ:State lets In Most Wineries
  • NY: Organizations Call Upon Governor to Allow Wine Sales in Food Stores
  • TN: Wine in groceries now stalled
  • TX: Grapevine Pruning Workshop at Homestead Winery March
  • VA: Wine is but a dream, or so say the owners of Afton Mountain Vineyards
  • VA allows corkage – but does anybody know that?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Wine To China Bright Spot in French trade deficit
  • 1 Million Litres Of Illegal Italian Wine Seized In Hungary
  • Spectrum and Vanquish: Kurniawan wines are not in sale
  • English vineyard set for first 'terroir' designation
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: Vineyards 2.0: A new generation takes root
  • Bosc receives honour from Queen
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Flood damage and clean up in NSW
  • OZ: Signs of comeback for vineyards
  • OZ: QLD Food 4 Less closes doors
  • NZ: Axing of wine import duty great for Bay
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • French Wine sets a new base in Wuhan
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • USD 60 million was invested in Argentine bottle furnace
  • Chile’s other revolution
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Israel's wines battle preconceptions
  • Algeria slides into prohibition
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Randy Travis apologises for drunkenness
  • Slow wine: eco-gastronomy creeps to the fermented grape
  • TRITE! TRITE! TRITE! TRITE! TRITE!
  • The Perfect Pairing: Wine Enthusiast Uncorks eGift Card Program
  • Lordy, lordy, lordy ... when will ANYBODY with half a clue realize that wine terms like "uncorks" for "launched" are not clever, not cute and certainly not original? Just annoying. And the "perfect pairing" analogy fits the same mold. There's news here, but instead of a headline that gives the reader a reason to give a damn, it just parades the same old, same old. What is the benefit? What does it do? TOO LONG! TOO LONG! TOO LONG! TOO LONG! TOO LONG!
  • Founded in 2000, Languedoc organic estate Domaine Virgile Joly goes from...
  • Jenny McCarthy's Organization, Generation Rescue, Partners With Cellar Angels...
  • GEEZ folks! Do you have some news here? Then SAY it instead of mumbling yourself down to the very bottom.

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