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April 02, 2014TOP NEWS
  • American AgCredit loans grow in 2013
  • Dampened customer traffic continues to affect restaurants
  • Why no wine online in Mass.?
  • A year of falls for the Liv-ex Fine Wine 100
  • Are Alcohol Ads Targeting Kids?
  • Century Council Gets New Name
  • HARVEST 2014/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Argentina: Bottled wine exports grew by 25%
  • Chilean wine exports to UK fall by one third in 2013
  • CALIFORNIA
  • The Lodi Native Zinfandel Project
  • Wine grapes named top crop in San Luis Obispo County
  • Napa Valley winemaker heads north to lead Double Canyon
  • Santa Barbara’s Happy Place for Bordeaux Varieties
  • Mondavis stay the course of quality domestic wine
  • Williamson Act receives support in Legislature
  • Kenneson Farms continues 100-year vineyard tradition
  • Ag crime prevention seminar set in Tulare
  • Delicato: New Appointments To National Accounts
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Drill, Baby, Drill (for Water, That Is)
  • Oakdale Irrigation Dist May Expand Into Stanislaus
  • Drought adds stress to frost protection plans
  • Despite storms, Sierra snowpack still far below normal
  • Calif storms provide little relief from drought
  • Delta water pumping to increase
  • Drought may cut key farm exports from California
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • China OKS Guyuelongshan Shaoxing Wine Stock Offering
  • Interview, Part 2: Bryan Fry of Pernod Ricard USA
  • Pernod seeks buyer for Becherovka brand in Czech Republic-sources
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Accolade Buys Another NZ Winery
  • China’s Cofco to Buy Majority Stake in Noble Agriculture Unit
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • En primeur: rapid campaign to unfold, but no demand
  • No One Pretending 2013 Was A Great Bordeaux Vintage
  • REGULATION & LEGAL MATTERS
  • U.S. rules threaten Oregon wine growler law
  • A Legal Perspective On New York wine laws
  • Call the lawyers! Bolt the doors! The plaintiffs are coming!
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wineries Need to Prepare for the New Multichannel Norm
  • Why Do Americans Pay More for Wine Than Europeans?
  • Spotwine To Unveil Single-Serve Wine Pouch at WSWA Convention
  • NY Department Store Wine
  • Bordeaux Wines Should Be 40% Cheaper, Armit Says
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • The mobile web is still losing out to native apps, by more than 6 to 1
  • Why mobile marketing is all about the moment
  • The limits of social media
  • EXPENSIVE TASTES
  • 5 Comments in Defense of $150 Corkage Fee at Per Se
  • CHEAP TASTES
  • Why Buying Cheap Wine Is Bad for Everyone
  • How to be a cheap wine snob
  • EXPENSIVE CHEAP TASTES
  • Enjoy a $200 Bottle of Ripple
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The truth of why Chinese mix wine and soft drinks
  • Frank Zappa: On Sicilian Wine and Snotty Sommeliers
  • Tasting with Cal MBAs, and news on the California drought
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • How about you, girlfriend? Are you into wine, too?
  • Wine PR Has Changed, Have You?
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Northwest Vineyards Sees Bud Break
  • The Best Vineyards In Oregon
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • Wine Institute Publishes Guide on California Sustainable Winegrowing
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • New tech saps vine water use
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Red wine grape crops impacted by fungus outbreak
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Trading a Desk Job for One in the Vineyards
  • Dispelling a Few Wine Myths
  • THE BRIGHT SIDE OF RUSSIAN INVASIONS
  • Crimean Winery Hopes to Benefit From Russian Annexation
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Countdown to New York International Olive Oil Competition
  • Evolution and sustainability of the olive production systems
  • Spain Enjoys Robust Olive Oil Sales, But Not Prices
  • Tensions heat up in Spain–Italy olive oil war
  • Patent Applicant Claims Olive Polyphenols Help Blood Sugar Control
  • Olive Oil Estimate Cut by Oil World as Spain Gains Export Share
  • ALMONDS & OTHER TREE NUTS
  • Firebaugh to get new pistachio processing plant
  • CRAFT BEER & SPIRITS
  • Craft beer takes to the skies

  • April 01, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Judge slashes damages for billionaire Koch in fake wine case
  • Change of venue sought for Paso Robles groundwater lawsuit
  • Foreigners Holding U.S. Ag Acreage Due to Report
  • MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
  • Foley Buys Four Graces, Black Family Esates & Doe Ridge
  • Foley’S Oregon Purchases Guided By Nicholson
  • CVNE - Compania Vinicola del Norte de Espana buys Mikuni
  • Chinese investments in NZ Vineyards approved
  • Douglas Valley Farm and Winery to sell land
  • Albertsons-Safeway Merger Set To Proceed
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Lohr proposes using surplus Paso lake water
  • Silver lining for winemakers in Calif’s drought
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Interview: Pernod Ricard USA Pres And CEO Bryan Fry
  • Captain Morgan fights to force ‘copycat’ Admiral Nelson surrender
  • FINANCE
  • Equity crowdfunding for dummies: How it works & how to get in on the game
  • CrowdIt is bringing the suits — aka startup advisors — to the crowdfunding table
  • Bitcoin prices plummet after U.S. IRS ruling, rumors of Chinese trade block
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Leoville-Las Cases 2002 Falls to Three-Year Low on Liv-Ex
  • Champagne: phenomenal wealth-creation machine
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • Labeling laws shouldn’t be decided in court
  • Charity & Alcohol: Don’t get fined for being good
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • How can you gain conversions through winery websites?
  • Branding with beverages: Telling a restaurant’s story
  • Real-Time Marketing About More than Social
  • S.Africa Confronts the Wine Bottleneck Syndrome
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Symposium: How California Winegrowers Will Weather Future Storms
  • Dedicated craft beer section at London Wine Fair
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Texas Retail Giant Spec’s Victim Of Data Breach
  • Kitchensurfing brings master chefs straight to your kitchen
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • How Big Beverage Groups Manage Their Stock
  • Ditch the annual review says management expert
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • On the Internet, every day is April Fool’s Day
  • Women for WineSense to hold Media Training for Winemakers
  • Fine wine vs the alphabet
  • Saveur Announces 2014 Best Food Blog Award Finalists
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Champagne: Goodby Zero Dosage, Hello Low Cal?
  • Oregon’s Five Grand Cru Sites of the Future
  • Is a Wine With Brett a Bad Thing?
  • Will wines get less “tight” as they age?
  • Bonny Doon’s Grahm ’respects raw materials’
  • The Pros and No Cons of Drinking Cider
  • Superstar winemakers, blind tasting and bias
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Development of Virtual Weather Stations in Lodi
  • Bees could help speed up the ageing of wine
  • Colony collapse disorder incites bee rustlers
  • Creature Features
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Les Dauphins becomes a million bottle brand in the UK and around the world
  • En primeur: will winemakers have ’pulled rabbit from hat’?
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Australian wine biz not sold on Genetic Modification
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Pinotage offers super South African wine happy hour in Beijing
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South Africa must be allowed to reinvest in wine production
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Argentine wine for Pope Francis
  • ALMONDS & OTHER TREE NUTS
  • Almond Growers Vote Overwhelmingly To Continue Marketing Order
  • CRAFT BEER & SPIRITS
  • Top 20 US craft breweries
  • Great Southern Craft Beer Competition Calls For Homebrewer Entries
  • SPACEY
  • Producer sprinkles vineyard with meteorite dust

  • March 31, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Your Winery Could Be Worth Less Than You Think
  • Bordeaux to invest €20m in wooing trade and consumers
  • Santa Barbara, Bordeaux, Bourgogne/Chablis Sign Place Name Pact
  • Farm Credit Assns Pledge $100K For Cal Drought Hunger Relief
  • Jailed after buying water in AlcoSting, Student sues Va for $40m
  • HARVEST 2014/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • OZ: Wineries still on track for ‘first class’ vintage
  • French bulk wine prices soar
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Staglin Says 2012 and 2013 best in Napa’s history
  • California Producers Approve State Olive Oil Commission
  • SF City Winery readies for mid-April debut
  • George Altamura buys Napa’s Old Adobe
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Farms now digging deeper for water
  • VIDEO: Courtland farmer explains opposition to proposed Delta dams
  • Delta Stewardship consultant says state is in a 500-year drought
  • U of Nevada Launches “Living With Drought” Website
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Pennsylvania, wine prices, women winemakers
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, FINANCE, M&A
  • Diageo Shuffle reflects Chinese growth engine
  • HEALTH
  • Should Alcoholic Beverages be Banned for Breast-Feeding Moms?
  • Urinary Tartaric Acid Levels as a Proxy for Self-Reported Wine Consumption
  • Diabetes expert: Juices are the worst, you might as well drink Coke
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Why do imports seem to cost less than domestic wines?
  • Build loyalty with your wine club
  • Chloe - one of the future faces of wine
  • PACKAGING
  • Packaging – uniqueness counts
  • Wine labels : a world of innovation
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Women in beverage industry gather to inspire and support
  • England to put Olympic spirit into wine symposium
  • ProWine China 2014 to add 50% more space
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Advanced Tips for Wine, Beer and Spirit Social Media Accounts
  • The Ultimate SEO Checklist – Are you doing it right?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Washington Merlot Fights Back
  • Sommelier Interview: Gene Alexeyev
  • Petite Sirah revisited
  • Israeli Winemakers Strive for Greatness
  • This Has To Be The Worst Review For a Wine Ever
  • ACADEMIA
  • Cornell Shows Off New Teaching Winery
  • WINE TOURISM
  • Bordeaux gears up to welcome tourists
  • Wine Tourism in Argentina Healthy But Faces Challenges
  • OH CANADA!
  • Buzet’s winery is a progressive co-operative
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Taste Washington patrons can help with mudslide disaster
  • WA: Construction may begin in fall on wine-inspired development
  • ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Whole Foods executive clarifies stand on GMO labels
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Bears A Winery Problem? Try Cheap Perfume & A Taser
  • What grapevines do when everybody is sleeping?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Death Of Troplong Mondot Owner Casts Shadow Over En Primeur Week
  • Bordeaux 2013: A war against nature
  • Skinny pink Champagne to launch in UK
  • Are interruptions in Georgia’s wine export economic warfare?
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Margaret River winemakers challenge Cape Mentelle over Wallcliffe name
  • Aussie Wineries hit the wall
  • Australian wine sales hit hard by Chinese austerity drive
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Sexual Fantasies in the Cellar with Jim Clendenen
  • The Hippest Winery In Mexico Is Made Of Recycled Boats
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Worldwide Study of Olive Oil Growers’ Production Costs
  • Expert Says Eradication of New Olive Tree Disease in Europe Unlikely
  • A Brief History of Olive Oil in Colombia

  • March 28, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Australia’s Drought: Lessons for California
  • Chumash May Triple Size Of Santa Ynez Resort
  • Support builds for huge reservoir near Lake County
  • HARVEST 2014/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Argentina winemakers facing difficult 2014 vintage
  • "Grape Disaster" Declared For Finger Lakes Wine Region
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Winery Proposed Atop Yountville Hills
  • Mexican-American vintners’ stories and wines
  • Breaking Bud: The Bad Side of a Nice Season
  • TCW Equipment announces 50% growth
  • Women for WineSense hosts first event at Sonoma State
  • Westbrook Wine Farm Named Madera Winery Of The Year
  • California Grape & Tree Fruit League Elects New Chairman
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • California drought a ’Katrina’ moment?
  • Farm Bureau on water quality trading: It’s complicated
  • El Nino may bring beneficial rain to California – If
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo announces leadership shake up
  • How a Starbucks With Beer and Wine Actually Works
  • Pernod Ricard reports disappointing Chinese sales
  • Willamette Valley Vineyards Posts a Profit for 2013
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Winery Exchange Buys Chronic Cellars
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Latour ’99 Pauillac Drops to Three-Year Low of $5,750
  • Christie’s hails wine buyer ’resurgence’ at Hong Kong auction
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol’s role in traffic deaths vastly underreported: Study
  • Mediterranean food could help with fertility
  • Alcohol intake prior to and during pregnancy and birth outcomes
  • REGULATION & COMPLIANCE
  • Study on Efforts to Prevent Marketing to Minors Gives Alcohol Industry High Marks
  • The Lobotomized Defenders of the 3 Tier System of Alcohol Sales
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Are you offering the best wine shipping options?
  • South African wines struggle in US market
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • ProWein Declares 2014 Show A Major Success
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Payment Processor Stripe now supports Bitcoin — plus something useful
  • Mobile app monetization: Freemium is king, but in-app ads are growing fast
  • Instagram closes in on Twitter, making Twitter’s photo upgrades too little, too late
  • Trust in apps is on a downward trajectory
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Is there life after Robert Parker in the world of wine criticism?
  • He Wasn’t Talking To You, Mr. Outrage
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Give the wine enough time
  • Some thoughts from a recovering wine critic
  • The Taming of Petite Sirah
  • Traipsing the terroir of Nebbiolo
  • Dry-Hopped Chardonnay?
  • ACADEMIA
  • NY: Ontario County board to vote on FLCC viticulture center
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • 2% slip in UK wine sales
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Aussie Wine execs are ’lame’ Says Wolf Blass
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Ten Foot Tall And Bullet Proof: The Dream Behind Loveblock Wine
  • You’ll Find Vineyards In The Strangest Places...
  • What’s New? What’s Compelling? What Are You Looking For?
  • ALMONDS & OTHER TREE NUTS
  • Valent Adds Two New Uses for Tree Fruit Crop Load Management
  • CRAFT BEER & SPIRITS
  • US craft beer exports rocket
  • Expectations Of A Beer Distributor When Picking A New Craft Brewery
  • ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • McKinley Springs Unveils New Look for Bombing Range Wine

  • March 27, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Tied House Laws: Alive and Kicking
  • 2014 Trends for the US Wine Industry
  • EPA To Clarify Limits of Water Oversight; Provide Ag Exemptions
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lake County 2013 Winegrape Harvest Bucks State Trend
  • A Who’s Who List on the California Wine Scene
  • Carson Smith big on Central California wine grapes
  • Evans’ GMO food-labeling bill clears state Senate committee
  • Capps asks officials to postpone Santa Maria ICE facility decision
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Well specialist denies Stanislaus groundwater levels falling dramatically
  • Uncharted territory in California drought
  • Will a water bond by sunk by Cal voters?
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Chateau Bellevue de Tayac in Margaux sold
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Fine Wine Market Update
  • Bordeaux 2013: Pontet-Canet explains itself
  • HEALTH
  • Beer-marinated meat lowers cancer risk
  • REGULATION & COMPLIANCE
  • Protecting the “Santa Barbara” of Wine
  • COLA’s - The calendar and the courtroom
  • More Time for Santa Barbara Wine Reg Comments
  • Arizona Tax Reporting Set for 2015 Simplification
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Do You Care if Your Wines Are Non-GMO Certified?
  • Wine could take a lesson from beer
  • Retail Undergoing Significant Changes
  • TV wine commercials and their legacy
  • Direct-sales myths, part 2
  • Underground Cellar Officially Launches
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • More Than 1,400 Attend Second Annual WiVi Central Coast
  • ProWine Shanghai to expand
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • .Wine and .Vin domains ready
  • Circle raises $17M to bring Bitcoin out of the shadows for merchants & consumers
  • Amazon strikes back at Google: The cloud wars have only just begun
  • Lithium reportedly shells out $200M to gain Klout
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • New WWS Wine Education Roundtable in Development
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The death of wine scores?
  • French Journalist Hangs Out Local Wine Industry’s Dirty Laundry
  • Top 7 Reasons to Hate Spring if You’re in PR
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Let’s Hear it for Norton
  • Spigamonti, Candidate for the Wine Mosaic Collection?
  • OH CANADA!
  • Okanagan Wine Festivals Society enters new era without founding family
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Oregon Institute Hires Program Coordinator
  • Texas Wines Are Having a Break-Out Year
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Start Planning Now for the Wine Harvest Season
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Duchess opens England’s answer to UC Davis
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Q&A with an Indian Wine Importer - Neethu Sheth
  • Connecting research to business: Second wave of China Insights workshops
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • How to strengthen the success of Argentine wines?
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Brain Scans, Pricey Wine, and The Psychology of Taste
  • OLIVE OIL
  • The Blessed Olive Tree that Never Dies
  • ALMONDS & OTHER TREE NUTS
  • Two Northern California Walnut Disease Field Workshops Planned
  • Almond Growers: 6 Tips For Surviving The Drought
  • Pistachio industry deals with drought and Delta smelt setback
  • Calif SJ Valley Growers Must Meet New Pesticide Regs

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