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November 04, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Glazer’s Makes Move Into Tennessee
  • Accel Leads $30M Round In Lot18
  • Additional info: Lot18 Closes $30 Million Funding
  • Wine Advocate: Dinero Por Nada
  • Companies coy over Chinese gains
  • Russian River Vineyard Frost Protection: Legal Briefs or AK-47s?
  • Boisset Family Estates Expands into Monterey
  • Nighttime grape harvesting
  • Dangerous Winemaking
  • Calif. Farmers Face off on New Delta Water System
  • Americans Trust Small-Business Owners Most on Job Creation
  • Cask & Cork Distributing expands to North Dakota
  • ExpoVino toasts Costa Rica's growing wine culture
  • Tourism fights, Napa warming and Madonna!
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • The Real Housewives of the PLCB?
  • Tied House Rules: Mythical Excuse for Regulation?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo: Our Favorite 'Sinvestment'
  • Hawesko: Third quarter confirms outlook for 2011
  • Diageo seeks to buy back shares of India joint venture
  • HARVEST 2011
  • Chelan area wineries scrambling to finish harvest
  • Washington Harvest Winds Down
  • Napa Valley grape harvest comes to an end
  • Calaveras County harvest
  • VIDEO: Channel Island enjoys its first grape harvest
  • HEALTH
  • Light Drinking Lowers Risk of Some Cancers
  • Breast Cancer Expert Says Alcohol and Breast Cancer Link Needs More Study
  • Use Leftover Wine to Rinse Fruits and Vegetables Clean and Germ-Free
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • There’s no point! Wine retailers that say no to scores
  • There are no "bear and bull" vintages
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Video: mechanical/robotic foot treading for Port
  • Canopy management, shoot position, cluster separation, by David Mounts
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Kentucky Wines
  • MD: County's 'Sweetheart Deal' With Alcohol Illegal?
  • NY: Wine In Grocery Stores Draws Chill From Cuomo
  • TN: Wine Loft's Closure Creates Concerns
  • EUROPE
  • Portugese wine exports to China still small, but booming
  • Sopexa to market Chablis in UK
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine distributor Vintners under new ownership
  • OZ: Penfolds flies flag for Fine Wine category
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Hong Kong: Wine's Port of Entry
  • Hong Kong toast of wine world amid global woes
  • Imported wine faces difficulties in Zhengzhou
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Why do some red wines have tiny bubbles?

  • November 03, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Former Eos Estates Winery & Vineyard Real Estate Sold To SoCal Real Estate Tycoon
  • Chandler Leaves Lodi-Woodbridge Commission
  • Senators Propose Allowing Postal Service to Ship Wine, Beer
  • To Groupon or Not To Groupon: A Wine Country Tour Operator’s Dilemma
  • Porsche Sells Malbec to Keep Argentine Access
  • Future of San Joaquin River detailed
  • Bordeaux reclaims 'claret' name
  • MRI test shows unopened vintage wine was spiked
  • Whole Foods profit up 31%, will open more stores
  • Productivity Improves Sharply in 3Q2011 to 3.1%
  • U.S. Unemployment Improves in October
  • No Wine Left Behind
  • Well Hung Vineyard: Humor as a Business Model
  • Globalized Wine wars — attack of the clones
  • Santa Barbara County needs new winery ordinance
  • Climate Change Has Calif. Vintners Rethinking Grapes
  • Sips, Bites and Bids for SSU's Wine Business
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Wash. Bureaucrats nix parallel plan for privatization
  • How Initiative 1183 Would Negatively Impact Small Wineries, Distributors, and Retailers
  • WA State Initiative Could Send Tremors Across America
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Pétrus sets new record
  • Diageo marketing chief says 'tear up the rules'
  • Beam Inc. Reports Third Quarter Results
  • HARVEST 2011
  • Amador harvest report
  • HEALTH
  • Wine = Wellness? Think again
  • Wine is good for you. Don’t heed the naysayers
  • New analysis from the Nurses' Health Study: Association of alcohol with risk
  • Study: More red wine for men is a good thing
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Struggling To Clear Up Wine Advovate Ethics Issues
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Good Grape searches for non-spoofulated wine
  • Cherry cough syrup wine
  • Natural wine's perils, pleasures
  • WATER
  • Climate change effect on California delta is detailed in new study
  • Fixing Calif's water delivery issues could bring 130k job
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • The Spotlight Shines on Regional Wine
  • Thank you, USA Today
  • Mariani Family Unveils New Venture For Northwest Portfolio Expansion
  • ACADEMIA
  • New Winegrape Cultivars Available
  • Sustainable winery building set to break ground at UC Davis
  • U of Mich joins cold-climate wine industry project
  • EUROPE
  • Spain Wine Drinking Plummets as Rioja Sees Future Abroad
  • Sud de France to hold organic tasting
  • Vega Sicilia legal battle to last 'up to 5 years'
  • CANADA
  • NB Liquor sales flat during summer
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Motorsport developers buy vineyard property
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Bordeaux Wine Investments opens Hong Kong base
  • Wine in India: Visiting Bangalore
  • HK wine imports reach new high
  • Short of wine specialists in China
  • Gt Southern wineries join HK show
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Without trade down, what is the future of Argentina’s exports?
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Mobile advertisers paying 4x more for location-based impressions
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The 20 Coolest And Most Bizarre Uses For Wine
  • Davis Family Vineyards: On a Quest for “Perfect” Pinot Noir
  • 3 Minutes: The World of Wine and Food Pairings

  • November 02, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Wine Advocate’s Ethics Controversy
  • Regional group charges wineries fees for Wine Advocate tasting
  • California Loosens Internet Wine Sales
  • The rise of China and other mega-trends from Mary Meeker
  • Are varietals losing their character?
  • Loan company to use wine as sole collateral
  • Inflation: Opportunity or Problem for Retailers in Asia?
  • Consumer Marketer Blum To Keynote Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium
  • Drink Cheap Wine
  • Triumph for Torrontés
  • MORE ON CALIFORNIA ABC ADVISORY ON 3RD PARTY PROVIDERS
  • Understanding the Calif ABC’s New Advisory
  • California ABC Reverses Position on Third-Party Providers
  • Lot18 Praises Advisory by Calif ABC
  • California ABC issues long-awaited advisory on Third Party Providers.
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Privatization will lead to higher prices
  • Wacky Wine Regulation Quiz
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Has Diageo Become the Perfect Stock?
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 falls 4.5 per cent in October
  • Smart Investor: do Diageo shares hit the spot?
  • HARVEST 2011
  • FairPlay/El Dorado Harvest
  • Northwest Grape Harvest Enters Homestretch
  • Southern Oregon wine -grape growers expect to see record yields
  • HEALTH
  • Substance in red wine shows promise in first human study
  • Just a few drinks a week tied to breast cancer
  • Red wine holds key to better health for obese patients
  • Red wine antioxidant could give metabolism a boost
  • One glass of wine a day increases risk of breast cancer
  • Drinking at home is silent killer for Britons
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Why newspaper food writing is bad
  • Introducing the wine jobs board at Dr. Vino
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Crowdsourcing Taste Buds: Is It A Winning Bet?
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Jackson Family wine empire rehires former lawyer Michael Maher
  • Bob Cabral of Williams Selyem Named Winemaker of the Year
  • CIA’s Worlds of Flavor conference will explore “world casual”
  • VinMotion Launches to Bring Northwest Brands to the Hottest Categories
  • Winery In US Introduces 'Dokdo Wine'
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY Wine and Grape Fdn pushes to put more NY wines in NYC market
  • Orleans planners OK winery, other projects
  • ACADEMIA
  • Fake whisky detected with lasers
  • Washington State U Launches Publication Focused on Organic and Sustainable Agriculture
  • U Of Washington Wins $1.45 Million for Ag Safety Center
  • Group tackles how to boost cold-climate wine industry
  • EUROPE
  • One of Port's Biggest Players Grows Bigger
  • THE UK
  • Symposium argues need for new fizz category
  • WSTA boss heads to Heineken
  • Oddbins' customers choose premium prices for wine
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Changyu: New harvest, wine and chateau in Xinjiang
  • In Search of China’s Best Wines
  • Chinese Wine (Uncorked)
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Music makes wine taste better
  • Ask for Chablis, it should come from Chablis
  • Thoughts on the 2009 Pinot Noirs
  • Yeast Whisperer of Newton Vineyard
  • GET A CLUE!
  • California Wine and Other WWTG Countries Launch International Forum on Sustainable Wine Production...
  • Central European Distribution Corp and Constellation Brands Navigate Strict ...
  • Get to the point: By failing to write a short headline that puts the most important news first, these wandering headlines tell the reader there is nothing worth clicking on.

    November 01, 2011TOP NEWS
  • As California border patrol tightens, farmers feel the labor pinch
  • Federal judge limits pesticide near salmon habitat in CA, WA, OR, ID
  • Stiffed by a Winery
  • Study shows what consumers look for when buying wine
  • Why wine won't work on TV
  • Millennials: Are Their Wine Preferences Globally Generalizable?
  • Restaurant job growth expected in 4Q
  • Restaurant Sales and Traffic Levels Improve
  • Cameron Hughes, Texas wine, beer boycott
  • TODAY: Meet Location Based Marketing Masters at VinTank
  • Washington voters lean in favor of liquor initiative
  • Farm Bureau sues over using farm land for solar farm
  • Wine vines to pair with global warming
  • Santa Clara County wineries working group discusses industry changes
  • Time For New Alcohol Labeling Rules
  • Suppliers Work with Code of Conduct
  • Still Missing a Key Ingredient of the African American Vintners
  • Chinese company defaults on Knights Valley vineyard estate
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Sotheby's Finest and Rarest Wines: 15% of lots unsold
  • 5 Alcoholic Beverage Stocks To Pep Up Your Portfolio
  • Marketing veteran Philip Almond exits Diageo in shake-up
  • Foster's lashed for SAB deal; sees beer pick-up
  • HARVEST 2011
  • Tough Harvest for N Calif Creates Opportunity for Less-Known AVAs
  • Oregon wine grape harvest goes better than expected
  • Rain Creates Challenging Year for Oregon Wine Growers
  • SW Australia: Another great vintage.
  • Great harvest but market too tough, say Geneva wine producers
  • Crush is 76% Complete, and It's a Happy Halloween at Peju Province Winery!
  • Jordan: Racing to finish the “Vintage of Long Faces”
  • Harvest in Rioja & Rias Baixes, Spain
  • Amador County harvest winding up
  • HEALTH
  • Raising the Chance of Some Cancers With Two Drinks a Day
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Don’t blame wine writers
  • Your Blog's A Traffic Thief If …
  • News Transparency looks to hold journos accountable
  • A solution to Marvin Enterprises and the Wine List Award Company
  • WATER
  • Smelt Supreme Court ruling goes against farmers
  • Court Ruling Emboldens Water Grab Opponents
  • Editorial: Pay-to-play planning in Delta
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OH: Mazza Vineyards finds hot spot for grapes in Sandusky
  • MO: USDA Specialty Crop Fund Awards $353000 to State Ag Projects
  • NY: Pop a cork with a New York state of mind
  • NY: Wine industry, state look to boost wine sales in bid to keep #2 spot
  • ACADEMIA
  • MSU helps transform Michigan into a wine destination
  • EUROPE
  • Piero Antinori: Rosso di Montalcino should allow other grapes
  • THE UK
  • Trade bodies condemn minimum pricing
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: New England's small wineries are punching above their weight
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Legacy Refocuses on China Wine Market
  • Hong Kong welcomes the world
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • What Influences the Social Consumer? [Infographic]
  • New Group Deals Service Lets You Form The Group Then Gets The Deal For You
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Dog advertises winery
  • When You Are the Winemaker
  • When size does matter: Big bottles protect your cellared investments
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Rabobank Names Mosby Commercial Banking Officer in Paso Robles

  • October 31, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Lender puts Knight's Valley Bellisimo Vineyard into receivership
  • Sneaky Congressional Moves on farm bill scheme drawing more scrutiny
  • Congress Contemplates Quick and Dirty Farm Bill
  • Consumers Scared to Death But Still Spend
  • Central Coast: Review set for Larner winery plan
  • Another Temecula winery changes hands
  • Google (Finally) Becomes a Deals Aggregator
  • Total Wine & More Expands With New Sacramento Location
  • “The market for carbon neutral wines is still small”
  • Global Consumer Confidence: Economy Returns as Top Concern - Nielsen
  • Organic Wine – do consumers really care?
  • After Crushpad, SF sprouts new crop of urban wineries
  • Working Around 6 Current Issues in the Wine Industry
  • Escondido striving to become wine production hub
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Chinese government approves wine investment fund
  • Treasury puts Premium on Wine Brands
  • Diageo Reveals India Market Ambitions
  • Lafite 1986 Fetches $21,300 at Sotheby’s U.K. Sale as Bordeaux Prices Cool
  • Fortune Brands Announces Results and Proration of Tender Offers
  • So Why Are You Really Selling Those Wines?
  • FEMSA: Double-Digit Revenue in 3Q11
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Arguments continue for privatization
  • WA: Liquor privatization fight features big spending, much debate
  • WA State Voters To Decide If Teens Should Die From Alcohol
  • WA: Liquor Store Employees Protest I-1183
  • HARVEST 2011
  • Oregon's 'miracle harvest'
  • Sonoma County harvest winds down
  • Amador County Harvest Report from Vino Noceto
  • Napa harvest notes
  • Livermore Harvest Weather Proves Tricky, But Not Without Treats
  • IMMIGRATION
  • We need a commonsense guest worker program
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol linked to better survival after heart attack
  • Heavy drinking tied to higher stomach cancer risk
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Decanter magazine and Jia Bei Lan 2009: Was it really Chinese wine?
  • Copyright infringement still ticks me off
  • Introducing the wine jobs board at Dr. Vino
  • Field Notes from a Wine Life – Media Edition
  • Done and Overdone: Wine and Halloween
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine tastes like the music you're listening to
  • Wine Pairings Have Jumped the Shark
  • Is sparkling wine getting sweeter?
  • Nouveau Sheep: The “wine must be low-alcohol” crowd
  • When critics disagree, again
  • Wine Adviser Matching wine to food? Forgetaboutit!
  • Gus and wine: nobody’s perfect
  • WATER
  • Landmark California water deal on the rocks
  • Five Representatives question short comment period for Delta water plan
  • Water authority touts pipeline while foes pursue desalination plant
  • Water suppliers' delta accord under scrutiny
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MA: Storms, apples and wine
  • ME: Wine Expo begins today
  • NC: Biltmore Wines Promotes Jerry Douglas to President
  • NY: Clarifies Legality of Groupon-Type Sites’ Alcohol Activities
  • OH: Winery to Open in Historic Downtown Powell
  • PA:Antler Ridge Winery experiments with satellite shop far, far from home
  • VA: A fight over a winery crushes a family and divides a neighborhood
  • VA: State's newest grape-grower: Gov. McDonnell
  • WI: Wineries could expand sales under new proposal
  • ACADEMIA
  • UC Davis' New Wine Chair Gets Busy
  • EUROPE
  • St Emilion debts force landmark sale
  • Russian Wine Producers To Stop Using the Term ‘Champagne’
  • Kosovo's wines flowing again
  • Notes On The Wine Culture Of Turkey
  • THE UK
  • Champagne costs slashed as supermarkets wage alcohol price war
  • Sogrape acquires Stevens Garnier
  • “Wine snob” ghost haunts pub
  • CANADA
  • Wine Law Reform - Everywhere But BC?
  • Canadian wineries team up to form joint venture
  • Gretzky winery closing, brand moving to Peller Estates
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Party over as wine profits plummet
  • OZ: Genetic Modification a no go zone for wine
  • OZ: New book details wine region's diversity
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Happy and Prosperous Diwali !
  • Luxe Corp introduces 4 New French Wine Brands in India
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Woolworths supporting biodiversity in wine
  • SA Wine bureaucracy in “a serious predicament”
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Groupon targets affluent diners
  • Meet the Restaurant Social Media Index
  • Restaurant Social Media Index: Looking for the ROI
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • A Valpolicella Legend: An Interview with Romano dal Forno
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • International Wine Label Design Comp Winners
  • Labeltronix Earns Kudos for Flexo Label Printing
  • BORING! BORING! BORING! BORING! BORING!
  • Spooktacular Wine For Halloween
  • Happy Hallo-Wine!
  • This is trite, over-used, unimaginative - the semantic version of a zombie in a cheap suit. And this goes for all the wineries and everybody else who have used these and similar clichés.

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