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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.

    October 28, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Economy Squeezes Middle Class & Mid-Priced Wines
  • Diageo Aims to Stem Europe Sales Decline This Year
  • Fine wine prices in retreat, says Bordeaux Index
  • Joe Gallo To Keynote San Joaquin Valley Winegrowers Annual Meeting & Forum
  • California Fund Ditches Vineyard Managers
  • Nielsen: Low alcohol market hits 1 million mark in UK
  • New winery opens in Templeton Gap
  • CDFA Secretary Ross Welcomes USDA Funding for Organic Research
  • Stealth Wines, and the New American Negociant
  • How Wine Got Little Red Riding Hood Booted From Calif Schools
  • Helicopter drying, Penn’s stores, sexy V&E – sipped & spit
  • Jess Jackson's bid to rename Black Mountain rejected
  • Newest Alcohol Rules and Regs in Latest "Fact Book"
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Costco is trying to fix a liquor problem that doesn’t exist
  • Costco Slammed for Booze Deregulation Blitz
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Talking innovation with Diageo's James Thompsn
  • Ste. Michelle Sales Leap 23% In Third Quarter
  • Brown-Forman Names Interim Director of Investor Relations
  • Diageo shakes up commercial cocktail market with Bag in Box
  • HARVEST 2011
  • Sierra Foothills Wineries Harvest Reports - Building Recognition for the Region
  • Mother Nature stomps on US wine harvest
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol linked to better survival after heart attack
  • Healthy Mom Habits
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Announcing “White’s Wines”
  • Natalie MacLean's Unquenchable Search for the Best Cheap Wines
  • The Real Truth About The Wine News
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why We Can't Tell Good Wine From Bad
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Wine connoisseurs want another pop at repealing corkage law
  • NC: Grandfather Vineyard hosts grand opening
  • OR: Brand new winery, brand new brand
  • THE UK
  • Luminar collapse a sign of troubled times
  • NZ's Cloudy Bay targets “culture loving urbanites”
  • No consumers allowed at London wine fair
  • CANADA
  • Plan now for the Vancouver International Wine Festival
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine growers avoid first disease outbreak
  • OZ: Scientist develops GM grape vines
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Liv-ex in Hong Kong
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Government sues KZN wine estate owners
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • From Vine to Barrel: A Masterclass from a Napa Valley
  • John Lasseter Opens Up About Secret Winery for First Time
  • Born in the USA: America's Norton grape
  • Wineries conjure up weird labels for the creepy season
  • How Do Dave Matthews, Banana Republic And More Branded Wines Stack Up?
  • Crazy wine prices item
  • Q&A with Cristina Mariani-May
  • Napa gears for film fest

  • October 27, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Niner Wine Estates Buys San Luis Obispo’s Jespersen Ranch
  • Spanish Wine Importer Expounds On The Category’s Rise
  • EPA gives money to Central Valley pesticide watchdog groups
  • Customers turn to tap water in restaurants
  • Argentina’s 10 best-selling brands
  • Fine wine served by the ounce in Manhattan
  • SB County needs strategic plan for wineries
  • Alcohol Tax Threatens Cook County Hospitality Industry
  • Paso Robles' gangs are becoming harder to ignore
  • Young wine makers make splash in Livermore Valley
  • The Sale and Use of Cork Wine Closures Continue to Surge
  • Put a Cork in It? Not So Much
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Gov Receives Privatization Plan for Liquor Control Board
  • PA: Pull cork on state booze sales
  • WA: Don't Let Big Box Stores Buy Washington State's Vote
  • WA: Questions about liquor initiative focus on state revenue, availability
  • Why I Am Voting No on Initiative 1183
  • Why I'm Voting "Yes" On on Initiative 1183
  • DIRECT SHIPPING EDITORIALS
  • Occupy Big Beer!
  • Free My Drink!
  • Wine Shipping and Serving Wine To Moose: Both Illegal
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Chateau Michelle Reports Robust Growth (scroll down past the Altria info)
  • Boom Boom! On Money and Wine
  • Panache Beverages Retains Scarsdale Equities to Explore Strategic Direction
  • HARVEST 2011
  • Harvest’s Global End
  • Allied’s SJV 2011 wine grapes ‘sold out’
  • WA: Frost Brings Growing Season To an End for Some, Spares Others
  • No hang time issues this year
  • Napa Valley Harvest Update - Merlot
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine & Spirits Mag Excludes Bordeaux from Top 100
  • Journalism’s Slippery Slope
  • Wine Industry Network Launches WIN Media Services
  • How wine commercials on TV have changed -- or not
  • WATER
  • Near-record numbers of chinook in Russian River
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OH: Wineries Embrace QR Codes
  • TX: Speak No Ale: Beer Men Sue for Free Speech
  • UT: Lawmakers expected to consider doing away with DABC Commission
  • ACADEMIA
  • Washington State University Rhone Rangers Ride Again
  • OZ: Hi-tech research vineyard set up in Wagga Wagga
  • North Central Michigan College to host wine industry workshops
  • THE UK
  • Boom in fine dining drives UK fine wine sales
  • IMW seminar to uncover the secrets of Chablis
  • CANADA
  • Okanagan icon is InterVin's winery of the year
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese buy their favourite Bordeaux by the vineyard
  • Hong Kong Foodie Festival Raises Wine Hub Profile
  • HK the world wine trade communion platform
  • Wine Market Growing in Hong Kong
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Social Nets and Shopping: A World of Men?
  • Are You Building a Social Brand or a Social Business?
  • SymphonyIRI : the Power of Scanner Data for the Retail Consumer
  • TastingRoom.com Walks Wine Tasters Through the Wine Tasting Process
  • Top 10 Songs About Wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Acidity key to aged wines
  • Hein's winemaking inspired by great-great-great-grandfather
  • Success in Wine Starts on the Vine
  • Richard Sanford inducted into Vintners Hall of Fame

  • October 26, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Subpar economy has helped wine drinkers
  • Can Private Label Wines Pour Profits for Wineries? (.pdf)
  • Delicato Grows Fast With Value-Oriented, Creative Concepts
  • The power of wine awards
  • Tasting rooms offer tough-to-get wines under one roof
  • Retailing Pinheads, part 2: MW, CS, MS, CSET, STFU
  • Leon Panetta to toast New Year's with $10,000 bottle of wine
  • Consumers Spent 16% less On Alcohol, 2007-10 - Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • The Rothschilds and Antinori Launch New Wine Projects
  • Five reasons why QR codes are — mostly — a crock
  • Rosé boom far from over
  • WinEconomy III
  • Healdsburg won't cap wine-tasting rooms
  • Sbragia/Bacchus Investment Update
  • New trends in label design
  • MW Institute to Host Chablis Seminar
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Cash Pours Into Privatization Booze Brawl
  • DISCUS Launches Voter Education Effort on Liquor Privatization
  • NY: Assembly committees take a look at 2005 wine shipping law
  • PA: Did Union Boss Young Read Wrong Liquor Study?
  • WA: Liquor and long-term-care initiatives leading in new poll
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Beer, Wine or Liquor — The Sin Stock Debate
  • Treasury raises glass to its wine
  • HARVEST 2011
  • Chile’s 2011 vintage augurs well for quality wines
  • Report on Citizen’s Picking Crew and 2011 Winegrape Harvest
  • Napa harvest: Widespread rot fails to dampen spirits
  • Calif Harvest:Repent and Be Saved, the End is Near... or Not
  • Portugal's 'classic' harvest
  • Cakebread calls in helicopter to dry soggy grapes
  • HEALTH
  • Wine, Beer Alcohol Levels: Not Created Equal
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Asimov is the Times’ new interim restaurant critic
  • Are We In The Golden Age Of Wine Writing?
  • A day at the European Wine Bloggers Conference (video)
  • Sex, lies and vintages: Wine gets the manga treatment
  • WATER
  • Delta group accuses DWR of conflict of interest
  • Interior Department proposes more recreation use for San Joaquin River
  • DWR hosts meeting on water plan update
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Pax Mahle’s enormous eggs
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • PA: Privatize liquor sales, Corbett report says
  • NY: Wineries see gains from out-of-state shipping
  • WA: ETS opens new drop box in Woodinville
  • ACADEMIA
  • South Seattle CC announces aids for women in Culinary Arts and Wine Tech
  • THE UK
  • Restaurateur jailed for surplus wine scam
  • EUROPE
  • Comedian has Joly good time in Bordeaux
  • Barsac, French excellence
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Lindeman's adds New Zealand Sauvignon
  • OZ: Vignerons warn Huntlee will scar the Valley
  • NZ: Vandals attack Hawke's Bay vineyard
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Hong Kong wine imports to hit US$1bn
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Free Winery Video Critique
  • On average, tablets Used 90 Minutes/Day
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Ancient Connection Between Women and Wine
  • 4 Wine Rules That Are Rubbish
  • Wine: What you can get when you spend $100
  • What makes a wine bad?
  • Wineries and Vanity - Could I Be Wrong?
  • The search for value
  • Profound Pinot
  • Kelly Fleming Wines owner isn't afraid to get her hands dirty
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Diageo's Dawn Henry joins Insight Research Group

  • October 25, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Brown-Forman Sharpens Focus On Sonoma-Cutrer, Korbel Post-Fetzer
  • Gallup: Economic Confidence Marginally Better Than Aug.Lows
  • Why more wineries aren’t failing
  • Bacchus Capital Invests in Sbragia Family Vineyards
  • Most retailers expect to hire the same or fewer seasonal workers as a year ago
  • California economy ticked up in August, says new report
  • In US, New crop of wine importers shakes up scene
  • New Accord to Simplify Certifications in International Wine Trade
  • Identifying and Mapping CA's Greatest Vineyards
  • Farm labor leaders gather in bid to preserve Cesar Chavez's legacy
  • Citizen Wine Pickers: Few Succeed
  • Healdsburg to discuss restrictions on alcohol-serving establishments
  • Praising Bulk Wine
  • Nielsen: Asians Watch Most Web, Mobile Video
  • Innovative Winemakers in California's Napa Valley Work with Design Company
  • Sample some wines, charge the car
  • Awash Winery, Two Others up for Privatization through Negotiation
  • Wine’s obsession with reality
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Foster's lashed for SAB deal; wine spin-off shines
  • Treasury Wine Estates to retain Foster's technology
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 gains a foothold
  • Treasury: Winemakers to form coastal partnership
  • Treasury: An earthy bouquet with hints of wallaby
  • Treasury: Wine orders continue to flow through
  • Shareholders angered by Foster’s predictions
  • Foster's chief cops pay backlash
  • HEALTH
  • Drinking to get a good night’s sleep is a bad idea
  • Organic wine gets one step closer to allowing sulfites
  • US study finds correlation found between soft drinks and violence
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & THE THREE-TIERED SYSTEM
  • Texas Messes Itself ... Again! Wine.com prohibited from shipping to customers
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Morgan Goodman wins 47-word regional wine essay contest
  • A Great Find In The Wine Blogging World
  • Two New Takes on Natural Wine
  • Euro wine bloggers' conference ends on high note
  • Please – No styrofoam!
  • WATER
  • N. California Democrats blast Obama on water plans
  • Empty Fields Fill Urban Basins and Farmers' Pockets
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • New film traps fumigants, may help with methyl bromide replacement
  • Alternatives to Copper in Combating Downy Mildew in Organic Viticulture
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Plenary Winery License Sought for Holmdel Road Location
  • Wine sales at the grocery store issue left alone for now
  • Assembly examines effect of direct sale of wine
  • NY: Grocery wine sales gain in support
  • ACADEMIA
  • Research in a bottle and on the vine
  • Third top award for student winemaker
  • MSU aids in transformation, growth of Michigan wine industry
  • SD StateU part of cold-climate grape and wine production project
  • FRANCE
  • French whine ... this time it''s about Russian wine
  • France's unusual wine season
  • Veuve Clicquot vintage "top quality" allowing increase in reserves
  • THE UK
  • Asda's direct source quadruples profits
  • AUSTRALIA
  • OZ: Cheers to the king of the Barossa Valley
  • Australia's Wine Producers, Supply, Demand
  • CHINA
  • In Hong Kong, Wine imports splurge up 65%
  • China's Wealthy Wine Drinkers Help Revive Australian
  • Project signed: Penglai-Sonoma Wine Cultural Center
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Chilean wine volumes on the rise
  • “There is no sign that Malbec has flooded the American Market”
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Last suppers: What wine pros would drink (and eat) on their deathbeds
  • Oregon winemakers reinvent verjus for the Northwest palate
  • Winemaker Merry Edwards blazes trail in industry
  • Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, Thief
  • Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir and the Varietal Revelation
  • Angelo Gaja, An Italian icon shares his take on what makes a wine truly great
  • Syrah takes you back in time
  • Message in a Qvevri
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • The Sierra Madre Vineyard Receives SIP Certification
  • Barefoot Wine Announces Sweepstakes With Platinum-Selling Recording Artist

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