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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.

    February 06, 2012TOP NEWS
  • My Wines Direct On Fast Track To Liquidation
  • Hedging The Weather: Can derivatives beat crop insurance?
  • Central Valley wineries boost presence
  • 'Regulate Marijuana Like Wine' Measure Courts Billionaires For Support
  • Russian River water supply declared 'dry'
  • Many Russian River grape growers plan to voluntarily comply with water rules
  • Wine + Millennials – Millennial Wine Buying Behavior Mirrors High End Consumer
  • Washington resort, winery scheduled for auction
  • Grow Your Brand in a Growing Wine Industry
  • Beer brewers revise playbooks to win back lost customers
  • Natural movement gains legs
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Wide market exposure set to lift Diageo
  • How the Market for Burgundy is Evolving
  • Wine: the pros and cons of buying up front
  • HEALTH
  • Two glasses of wine a day 'triples mouth cancer risk'
  • Wine and resveratrol: are the benenifts fictional?
  • Benefit of red wine chemical gets 2nd look
  • A pint of beer a day keeps the doctor away, says study
  • ALCOHOL AD BANS

  • Drinkaware Response To Dept Of Health Change4life Campaign Launch
  • UK: Government issues cancer warning with alcohol adverts
  • Boston rally touts bill to ban alcohol ads on all state property
  • Bill to Ban Alcohol Ads on Mass. State Property Advances
  • New Israeli law bans alcohol advertising
  • Ireland: Ban on drink firms sponsoring sport urged by report
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine, Art, Thrillers & Music: Smells Like Beethoven, Sounds Like A Forgery
  • The Horror of Terroir
  • Consumers Misled by 100-point Ratings
  • Take that Mr. smarty pants critic!
  • Making sense of the Merlot anomaly
  • Chardonnay on a diet
  • Onions and Wine Critics Don’t Gel
  • New Delaware brew combines beer and wine
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • A grand 19th-century resort to be reborn in Pope Valley
  • New winery opens in Berkeley's “drinks district”
  • Who's Who in Sonoma: Charlie Tsegeletos
  • Apply now for 2012 Lake County Wine Auction proceeds
  • John Stossel to headline Pacific Legal Foundation Napa Valley Gala
  • Santa Clara wineries hash out rules, regulations with county
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Registration Up At Wineries Unlimited Trade Show
  • GA: Wine industry contributes $747M to state economy
  • MO: Weather worries winery owners
  • MO: Local Winery CEO Named to National Grape, Wine Board
  • NY: Olde Chautauqua Vineyards receiving federal funds
  • VA: Wine gives back to Virginia – Ka-CHING!
  • VA: Wine industry has boomed since 2005
  • VA: Grapes of math
  • VA: Wine 'grower of the year' honored in Charlottesville
  • WA: Liquor prices to go up, over fees from Initiative 1183?
  • WA: Wine industry to descend on Kennewick
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Kwok buys third Bordeaux estate
  • Bomb squad destroys WWII wine cache
  • Austria: Ice wine harvest later than ever
  • El Dorado Vineyard Owners - 2012 Concerns and Communications
  • Assembling a Rainbow, Brick by Brick
  • UK: Camel Valley seeks PDO status
  • OH CANADA!
  • VQA wineries have growing impact on Ontario economy
  • BC: Bill aims to bring wine rules into Internet era
  • BC: New plantings net interest
  • Ontario's grape growers, wineries extend pricing agreement
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wine in Muslim Indonesia
  • Hong Kong 'great opportunity' for Hawke's Bay wines
  • India: Success of Wine Inc has come at a price
  • Wine-makers take their label fight to Thailand
  • Huangtai Wine-Market
  • High-ended wine market looks prosperous in Fuzhou
  • Bangkok for Wine Lovers?
  • India's wine industry booming
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentine Mendoza province eyes global debt issue in 2012
  • Two Boutique Winemakers named Mexico's Persons of the Year Warming to Chilean wine
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Google expands SA wineries' Street View
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The "Iron Sommeliers" get ready to rumble
  • Create your own wine label on Facebook
  • The Literary Future of Wine (Coming Soon)
  • Another lookm at Carignan
  • On becoming a Master of Wine
  • At home: Ann Colgin
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Emerald Wine Systems' New Dispenser Improves Wine by the Glass Sales

  • February 03, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Two Buck Chuck turns 10
  • After Steltzner Deal, Plumpjack Hungry For More Napa Properties
  • Effects of Climate Change's Impact On California Pinot Noir
  • NZ China trade board resigns en masse
  • Westlands Water District sues federal government over irrigation drainage
  • Farm bill process kicks off in mid-February
  • TN: D&V Distributing prepares for expansion
  • Mexican truck pilot program's slow growth causes concern
  • Sonoma State: Online Wine Business Management Registration Closes Monday
  • New Vintank Features Incorporate User Feedback
  • Landry’s shutters eight Morton’s restaurants
  • Restaurant sales growth varies by region
  • Iron Horse's Bubbles for the Dragon
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • LVMH Profit Meets Estimates, Says Well-Equipped for Growth
  • Chinese wine investors worry as rare vintages drop in value
  • Is fine wine still in a bull run?
  • De Villaine keeps DRC within collectors’ reach
  • HEALTH
  • Feds Say red wine’s health secret not the alcohol
  • More on how the Feds say red wine keeps us healthy
  • The flap over flavonoids
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • When winery P.R. people get it wrong
  • Impressario Campo MW returns to his roots?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CA: A new winery in Sonoma strives to 'complement all the senses'
  • CO: Tickets on sale for DrinkLocalWine.com 2012
  • Northwest Wineries to Gather at Annual Conclaves
  • ID: Bill could help boost Idaho wines
  • IL: Number of wineries continues to climb in Illinois
  • KS: For sale: Winery and vineyard
  • VA: Wine Industry Jobs Grow 50%; Economic Impact Doubles
  • VA: Wine industry adds sparkle to state economy
  • WA: The economics of wine
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • The changing taste of Tuscany's wines
  • Italian wine in an age of self-consciousness
  • UK to host next International Cool Climate Symposium
  • Grapes of wrath target Czech FinMin over wine tax plan
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Australian sells out of NZ wine venture
  • OZ: Grape growers to vote on industry fund
  • OZ: Coles reports sales growth as farmers suffer
  • NZ: Intern gets taste of industry
  • NZ: Bay holds lesson for Christchurch: Key
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Will China Find Another Lafite?
  • Prosperous Zhangjiagang imported wine market
  • Return purchase of Italian wine
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina’s Bottled Wine Exports Decline By Volume But Still Show Strong Growth By Value
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • What are the strategies of the most successful brands?
  • Liqueurs: Born again brands
  • Wine makers urged to take marketing lessons
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Social Media and the Wine Industry: A New Era
  • Transparency, VinTank Style
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Ben Flajnik: Winemaker First, TV's The Bachelor Second

  • February 02, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Jackson Family Wines Sues Diageo Over La Crema Trademark
  • Obama considers huge shakeup in alcohol law, eliminating TTB
  • Vintage Wine Estates, Deutsch & Sons Flirt With New Red
  • Plumpjack Buys Steltzner Vineyards
  • Wine Market Council 2011 Report Card: The State of Wine in the US
  • US Labor Dept to re-propose 'parental exemption' of child labor in agriculture
  • Jackson Family Wines buys Hickinbotham Clarendon Vineyard in Australia
  • Economy pressures consumers, but restaurants eye opportunities
  • Are there any US citizens awaiting orders from 1855? Mail fraud and wire fraud?
  • 5 sustainability success stories in the food industry
  • Luxury Champagne brands need to rethink online marketing
  • Wine producers want to make sure what's on the label truly reflects what's in the bottle
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Hawesko passes the 400 million euro mark
  • Fine wine index finally rises
  • Haut-Brion is top-selling wine lot at major charity auction
  • HEALTH
  • NJ: National Coalition of 100 Black Women to host heart healthy wine tasting in Englewood
  • Stick with wine: Daily dose of diet soda may increase heart attack risk
  • Wine Is Good For Sex...Now They Tell Me!!
  • Minimum price to cut UK consumption by 6% a year: report
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Tablas Creek Adds to Winery Estate
  • Opinions strong, mixed about future of Mendo Wine Commission
  • California’s snowpack a paltry 37 percent of average
  • Ignorance of Delta bodes ill for Calif's water
  • Shannon Ridge Winery Promotes Chris Baker, Hires Brenda M. Bullington
  • Ryan Clark joins Kelly Fleming Wines in Calistoga
  • Napa Vintners Welcome Bordeaux Trade Leader at Annual Meeting
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • 2010 Zinfandels a Mixed Bag at ZAP Tasting
  • Zinfandel Styles: Sublime to Ridiculous
  • 30 Rock wine: the best tasting note Robert Parker never wrote
  • EUROPE
  • Roederer defends reputation of 2003
  • Nicolas sells UK franchise to Spirited Wines
  • THE UK
  • Majestic chairman says high street's in 'death spiral'
  • Merchants debate value of Italian wine investment
  • Another UK wine company disappears leaving clients empty-handed
  • Tesco lighter wine sales up
  • UK On-trade switching attention to growers
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Scientist sees potential for grape industry to diversify
  • OZ: Wrong door blamed for huge wine spill
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Flying with Wines – An Infographic.
  • What's the best drop to drink when you fly?
  • Want to learn about wine? Invite a sommelier to your home
  • What the Heil? Hitler wine sales deemed legal in Austria
  • Two ways of knowing wine. One is better [guess which!]
  • The gamble of maintaining a cellar

  • February 01, 2012
  • 2012 Foodservice sales to hit record $632 billion
  • Restaurants report strong sales, traffic in December
  • California to go broke March 1
  • Winegrape boom is projected to continue in 2012
  • Rebound in liquor sales seen as sign of recovery
  • Hearing Wednesday on Mendo Wine Commission's future
  • Sonoma County imposes 4-month freeze on hillside vineyards
  • 2010, 2011: Interesting years for West Coast wines
  • State of the Wine Industry: Global Perspectives
  • Wine Sales Up; Dessert-Flavored Vodka Also Popular
  • Branding Lessons from Cupcake
  • Okanagan wine family expands into California
  • Malbec and Moscato impress in US
  • Contemplating Wine and the Big Picture
  • Chardonnay marks 100th birthday of growth in US
  • Ruffino Expands Portfolio With Moscato d'Asti
  • GOVERNMENT REGULATION

  • US House legislation mandates in-car breathalyzers for all 50 states
  • Western Growers supports Arizona immigration accord
  • "Regulate Marijuana Like Wine" Wins 62% in CA Poll
  • How export approval can stand in the way of less conventional or natural wines
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING

  • Liv-ex: Volume of transactions surges 23% YOY
  • Treasury Wine Estates Opens The Innovation Gates With A Flurry Of New Products
  • HEALTH

  • Two glasses of red wine a day boosts sex life!
  • Wine, Miscarriage … Broken Links & A Broken Advocacy System
  • A Fountain of Youth Inside a Tiny Drop of Alcohol?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Experts fail Champagne taste test
  • Dom chief debunks acidity “myth”
  • Changing weather impacts vintages, say top winemakers
  • Oak-Aged Riesling Starting to Happen. Here's Why
  • Chapoutier pours scorn on natural winemakers
  • A wine secret from upstate New York
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Organic Viticulture Practices Lead to Increased Soil Quality
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS

  • Amador Roots for Wine Caves
  • Twin Pomegranates Wine Expands NorCal Distribution
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS

  • IA: Restaurants, bars look to change Prohibition-era liquor laws
  • KS: Vineyard and winery on auction block
  • MD: Wine Industry Grew 11.6% in 2011
  • MD: Considers statewide wine corkage law
  • MD: State breweries, wineries see sales bump in 2011
  • NJ: The Wines of South Jersey
  • NY: Milk, beer and wine back state's wagers on Giants
  • UT: Liquor boss calls for changes in oversight
  • WA: Southridge winery moving to Benton City
  • WA: Richland winery betting on Malbec as a winning wine
  • ACADEMIA

  • Cornell, FLCC to establish vineyard at Anthony Road Wine Co
  • UC seeks advice as it wrestles with ongoing budget cuts
  • Washington State U Plant Pathology Prof Lead Center for Clean Plants
  • Cal Poly wine program receives a large donation
  • EUROPE & THE UK

  • UK Wine merchants calling for sensible en primeur pricing
  • Burgundy leads non-Bordeaux trade – but not DRC
  • Vinho Verde seeks UK “comeback”
  • Boca - From Noah to Moses
  • Louis Latour looks at the bigger picture
  • OH CANADA!

  • New National Standard Aims to Combat Icewine Fraud
  • A trip to Niagara's icewine country
  • DOWN UNDER

  • OZ: Tasmania welcomes international wine symposium
  • NZ: Breakthrough in wine production
  • OZ: Hunter Valley wine boss tips bumper harvest
  • OZ: National Farmers Federation wants Coles guarantee on price cuts
  • OZ: Dan Murphy's, Cellarmasters results "outstanding"
  • OZ: Lion blames supermarket price wars for $1 billion profit loss
  • OZ Vintage 2012: Wet start for Hunter, Granite Belt confident
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM

  • Chilean and Spanish wines are gaining ground considerably in Japan
  • Wine business rises in Zhuhai
  • Luoyang people bestow favor on imported wine
  • SOUTH AFRICA

  • A journey through South Africa's stunning wine region
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Social Media Has Forever Changed The Landscape Of Wine?
  • 2 Things To Do *Before* You Waste Time With Google Analytics
  • Consumer Consumption of Digital Media and Segmented Demographics for Engagement
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE

  • Aussie Food & Wine Festival To Be Pee Powered?
  • Mario Andretti driven to produce wine
  • A look at the label can be revealing
  • Swap Beer for Zinfandel at Super Bowl Party

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