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April 10, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Bankers Quit Wall Street to Find $50 Million for Wine
  • Wine CFO Hedges Pinot to Manage Growth, Demand
  • Restaurants are recipes for job growth, says report
  • Study Finds Carcinogens in Alcoholic Beverages
  • Bordeaux looks to China amid slump
  • USDA Helps Wine Institute Fill Belgian Glasses with US Wine
  • The Real Dirt on the Parker Theory and Chateau Al Gore
  • Bold and brassy doesn’t go over in NYC? That’s weird
  • Judging a wine by its label
  • GLOBAL SUPPLY ESTIMATES FROM CIATTI COMPANY
  • SAfrica: Harvest Delayed, but Looking Positive
  • OZ: A Land of Flooding Plains
  • Argentina: Predicting A Shorter Than Average Crop Size
  • Italy: Pricing Trend Still Rising
  • Chile: 2012 Grapes are Ripe and Healthy
  • US: Buyers' Choice: High Prices or No Supply
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • No Oregon liquor privatization initiative this year
  • Washington state's private-liquor law to change how the wine world operates
  • A Little Whining About Mexico & FedEx
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • DoctorsHealthPress.com Reports on Study Touting the Benefits of Red Wine
  • Low alcohol gathers pace
  • Sports stars promote alcohol and junk food against personal beliefs
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • One of Sonoma's Oldest Zin Vineyards Gets a New Lease on Life
  • Bud break on anniversary of devastating Central Coast Frost
  • Wine Grape Scholarships
  • Wine industry veteran DeLuca joins Wells Fargo
  • Restaurateur being sued by Francis Ford Coppola: ‘It was disappointing’
  • More: Grapevine shortage squeezes wineries
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • New standards for Top 10 Wine Lists
  • The art of the interview
  • 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start a Blog – Part 2
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Defending Cali Pinot
  • Champagne and hot dogs
  • Wine Talk: The master educator
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OH: New winery coming to Miami County
  • NE: Grape Growers Combat Cold Weather
  • NY: $3.3 Million for Finger Lakes Wine Center
  • The State Most Likely To Survive Climate Change Is...
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Skinner Launches Fixed-Time Online Auction Platform
  • Six Key Questions to Ask before Launching Online Contests
  • EUROPE
  • Portuguese wine exported to China grows by 91.7% in 2011
  • Petits châteaux big winners of 2011 vintage
  • Georgian wine to return to Russia
  • Sorting skills key to a good 2011 en primeur vintage
  • First Growth buyers look to other 'hot' Bordeaux wines
  • Seely seeking Burgundy property
  • En Primeur 2011 Summary
  • Herve Berland moves to Chateau Montrose
  • THE UK
  • Ambitious plans for Rhythm & Booze
  • Tesco’s Fresh & Easy Venture Under Fire From Shareholders
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Vok Beverages buys premium SA winery
  • NZ: Winery told it's not a factory
  • NZ: Call for collaboration in wine industry
  • OZ: What'll it be? Wallaby
  • OZ: Hunter farmers say Government's forgotten the
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • ChangYu Pioneer Wine to expand imported wine business
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina needs to “focus on whites”
  • ONLY IN AUSTRALIA, MATE
  • Emu poo could bring the quandongs back

  • April 09, 2012GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Navigating the global markets: Plan on a long-term commitment
  • Winegrape shortage could last six to eight years
  • The supply puzzle: Experts weigh in on how a shortage will impact industry
  • Australian Vineyard Flooding Impacting harvest
  • April 18 forum to tackle shrinking supply, globalization, finance
  • TOP NEWS
  • Costco won't fund more liquor initiatives
  • Wine buyers warn prices must fall as Bordeaux fails to tickle palates
  • Sonoma County timber-to-vineyard conversion headed for approval
  • Calif OK, But Most Of US Not Ready For Water Shortages
  • Wine industry veteran DeLuca joins Wells Fargo
  • Importers an Integral Part of US Vinitaly
  • New boom for hotels in Napa?
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Amendments slow wine-shipping bill
  • 666 - The Sign of the WSWA Beast
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Constellation Outlook Leaves Shareholders With Hangover
  • Chinese will Invest up to US$ 1.7 Billion in Republic of Georgia
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Hospitality industry must be mindful of overindulging
  • Teen Drinking May Boost Odds of Precancerous Breast Changes
  • MANAGEMENT, MARKETING & SALES
  • Does Your Wine Have an Outdated Identity?
  • 3 Basic Rules for a Successful HTML E-mail
  • Business lessons from a wine list
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IL: Will State Let Wineries, Craft Brewers, Distillers Sell At Farmers’ Markets?
  • KY: Grapes, wineries building momentum
  • NH: Grocers still hope to sell hard liquor
  • OR: Brix Winery grand opening
  • PA: Wine Country in the Keystone State
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Trying To Understand The 10 Most Important US Wine Bloggers
  • "Wine writers -- donkeys that most of them are"
  • 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start a Blog
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine pairings vs. ordering one bottle
  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Spit Bucket--Part Two
  • Corkage Issue Never Dies
  • Low-Alcohol Pinot
  • EUROPE
  • Delicata wines investigated over alleged use of Italian grapes in Maltese wine
  • After the Bordeaux 2011 tasting week
  • One week of interviews @ Petrus, Lafite Rotschild, Cheval Blanc, Montrose...
  • Video Primeurs 2011 : Petrus
  • Video Primeurs 2011 : Chateau Lafite Rothschild

  • April 06, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Constellation CEO Discusses Poor Q4 2012 Results (Transcript)
  • Sonoma County May Ban Most Hillside Vineyard Tree Cuts
  • High-End Wines Had Great First Quarter
  • Yao Ming Expanding Wine Venture in China
  • Warning about tweets and blogs that fail to disclose a relationship with your brand
  • Trademark Letters of Protest: The Early Bird Gets the Worm
  • Napa Valley Groups Join Forces to Stop Indian Casino in Ag Preserve
  • Young WSU scientist studies sea chemical to improve wine
  • Pernod offers free bartender training
  • Constellation Has Raft Of New Products Coming
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lake County Winegrape Comm sustainable growing workshop Apr 18
  • Gallo Family Vineyards Cracks Open Doors of Oliveto Building
  • Ed Kurtzman: Impressive Pinot Resume
  • Study will scrutinize Napa Valley tourists
  • Napa vineyard managers on high frost alert
  • Temecula's Ponte winery adds inn
  • Kendall-Jackson To Become US's Largest User Of Solar Cogenerated Power
  • Coppola sues Novato restaurant over Tavola name
  • Harter joins David Arthur Vineyards
  • Richmond-San Rafael Bridge lanes reopen after wine truck fire forces closure
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Franson & Posert: New Spin On Spinning
  • Leverage the Difference Between Online Influence and Popularity to Your Advantage
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AK: State House wants more pro-business alcohol regulation
  • AL: Winery bill emerges from Senate committee, with changes
  • OK: Dumb, dumber–and then there’s Oklahoma
  • WA: Snipes is a mountain, an appellation, a vineyard
  • WA: Taste Washington and WineMatch’s New Site!
  • EUROPE
  • Will China buy 2011 Bordeaux en Primeur ?
  • Interview: Christophe Salin, Château Lafite
  • Louis Latour seeks solutions in Beaujolais
  • Sogrape Expands to Spain, Buying Bodegas LAN
  • Neusiedlersee is Austria's latest appellation
  • Bordeaux 2011: price the 'single factor' of vintage
  • Terlato Adds Kracher Wines From Austria
  • THE UK
  • Olympics to provide Fairtrade wine boost
  • Wine trade stalwart Guy Wilkes dies

  • April 05, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Sutter Home Sues, WineGavel Fumbles, Calif Probes 5 Central Coast Wineries
  • Regulators charge fraud in $83 million winery scheme in Vancouver
  • Wary Consumers Dining Out Less
  • UK Court Hammers Libelous Tweeter With £90,000 Fine
  • Calif Wine Institute Opposes Law To Facilitate Grower Payments
  • Pancho Campo looks outside wine after ‘disgusting attacks'
  • Copia Wares to be auctioned off at April 14 Auction
  • Liv-ex on Bordeaux 2011: How low is low enough?
  • Spotlight: Ray Chadwick, of Wilson Daniels
  • Republic’s Alan Dreeben On Innovation At The Middle Tier
  • Judge orders Albuquerque winery owner to pay $4M in Cap*rock auction botch
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Obama, the FDA and alcohol regulation
  • Is There a Link Between Alcohol and Weight Loss?
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Brands Give Facebook F-Commerce an F
  • Vintank stats on how the wine industry is doing with social media
  • Tesco relaunches online wine subscription service
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Tony Terlato bets on Syrah
  • Italian Winemaker Sebastiano Rosa Joins Castello Amarosa
  • Flying Winemaker: Paul Hobbs in Argentina, France, and California
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What we're drinking, and why no one wants to write about it
  • Chinese Food, German Wines, and a Hong Kong Master of Wine... Oh My!
  • Lessons From Pinot Paradise in the Santa Cruz Mountains
  • Etiquette Regarding Rinsing Your Glass Between Wines at a Tasting?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Midwest Grape & Wine Conference A Big Success
  • OK: Proposed change to wine laws leaves much to be desired
  • OR: Portland Winery, Grape Growers Receive USDA Grants
  • WV: Governor Signs Spirits Tasting Legislation
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Are Cement Egg Fermentors All They’re Cracked Up To Be?
  • Organic Viticulture Alters Microbial PopulationTowards Natural Biocontrol
  • EUROPE
  • Bordeaux: scoring and pricing
  • Lafite to release early and low
  • Living in interesting times in Italy
  • Salazar red - strong on palate, harsh on memories
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • BC: Vineyard skills seal deal
  • NZ: Vineyards embrace frost protection
  • OZ: Corker of a year for hard-hit grapegrowers
  • Argentina Boosts exports to United Kingdom and Brazil
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Snotty Young Punk of Zintown
  • Can Osenton shatter the world record for holding wine glasses?
  • An Irish kosher wine from New Zealand?
  • Spring and the Blessing of the Vines Tradition
  • Vacations Increase Creativity and Productivity

  • April 04, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Dolan sues former partners at Mendocino Wine
  • Fish and Game apologizes, sends clarification to Mendo Growers
  • San Luis Obispo: Wine grapes not #1 crop for first time in 20 years
  • Young drinkers to push U.S. direct-to-consumer wine sales
  • Constellation Eyes Q4 Profit Rise After Rare Q3 Miss
  • Moueix: I’ll slash my top wines by 50%
  • WineAmerica Lauds Bipartisan Support of Speciality Crops Bill
  • WSWA Convention Opens in Las Vegas
  • Wretched Champagne Excess, Part I: Saudi tycoon drops $136,000 on Cristal
  • Wretched Champagne Excess, Part II:£200,000 bar bill trader arrested
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Concha Y Toro Stock Upgraded
  • Constellation shares rise on upgrade
  • Liv-ex: James Suckling's first taste of Bordeaux 2011
  • TWE gets Foster's funds for IT overhaul
  • Pernod Ricard UK's Lee James promoted
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red wine, fruit compound could help block fat cell formation
  • UK Wants Dentists to check for alcohol abuse
  • Teaching Kids to Respect Alcohol
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • VESTA Winery Equipment Workshop In Fresno
  • Peter Mondavi Jr. Gets Real About Organic Wine
  • Rodney Strong Hires Colleen Brennan as Vice President
  • California Faces Vine Shortage, follow-up
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Rains help, but could be 'too little, too late'
  • Wild spring weather's effect on vineyards remains cloudy
  • Property surveys mark latest step for rail project
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Class Warfare In The Wine Conversation
  • The Best Wine Blogs You've Never Heard Of
  • Calif Central Coast Live Internet Wine & Food Show
  • Deborah Harkness On Wine Blogs, Vampires and Writing
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • California Water: Is Anyone Listening?
  • Water scarcity to increase in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Upstate, America's Next Great Wine Region
  • NY: Cornell Announces North Country Trial Vineyard Tech Position
  • OK: Wine sales petition filed by group for big retailers
  • WA: Vineyard Plantings Increase on Red Mountain
  • EUROPE
  • France: March 2012 compared weatherwise to March 2011
  • Will Bordeaux 2011 Be Remembered for Its Whites?
  • At Gruaud Larose, the Futures with discretion
  • Wine Society lists native Romanian varieties
  • Blue Nun sponsors funny women awards
  • Indie promotion for German Riesling
  • OH CANADA!
  • Wine lovers rally against cross-border sales ban
  • MP wants to pour provincial wine restrictions down the drain
  • Booze law changes 'a long time coming'
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Central Otago winemakers: The 'Pirates of the Caribbean'
  • OZ: Mudgee, Australia's coldest climate wines
  • OZ: Winemakers forecast top drop
  • OZ: Struggling wine producers go online
  • OZ: Indigenous owners left out of land use talks
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • South African wine exports to China up 71%
  • Demand for fine wine in China helps create 'sudden improvement in prices'
  • Impact On China’s Fast-Growing Imported Wine Market
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • BERGER: What's a cult wine?
  • Happy Passover! Now pass the wine
  • What wine means at Passover and Easter
  • Drinking makes you feel sexier: study
  • Interviewing Envolve’s Bachelor For Playboy.com

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