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October 31, 2013TOP NEWS
  • BofA Throws Beringer Under Bus, Urges Treasury To Divest ASAP
  • Wine "Shortage" Is Bull: Here’s Why
  • After years of delay, House and Senate negotiators meet on farm bill
  • How China Became An Unlikely Wine Superpower
  • HARVEST 2013
  • Washington’s record harvest nearly complete
  • Napa Harvest: Tricks and Treats
  • Idaho Grape Harvest Near End
  • Etna Harvest Report
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Why economics dictates no global wine "shortage"
  • Morgan Stanley report "Just wrong:" Silicon Valley Bank Wine Division Founder
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Silicon Valley Bank 2014 Wine Survey: Join For Your Own Good
  • Congressman intros law for Chumash SB vineyard annexation
  • $3 million from Auction Napa Valley given to health groups
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • BofA/Merrill Lynch’s Love Affair With Treasury Wine Australia
  • Dearie Responds To Treasury’s Board In Wake Of Firing
  • Could soft drinks scupper potential $100bn AB InBev deal for SAB Miller?
  • Pernod aims to be world’s biggest in premium wine
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Wine "Shortage:" Not A Good Investment Opportunity
  • Active Liv-Ex markets up 50% in 4 months
  • Tuscan Ornellaia ’04 Climbs to Record $2,670
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Banfi’s Marc Goodrich Named President Of Excelsior Wines
  • What do US microbreweries have in common with UK "indie" wine retailers?
  • U.S. Beer Consumption Increases; Rising Demand for Higher-Priced Offerings
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC Winery Spearheads New Appellation
  • Adelsheim Vineyard enters Canadian wine market
  • Burgundy-loving mortgage exec now a top Niagara vintner
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • The #1 Trick (or Treat) to Successfully Engage Your Facebook Community
  • 12 words that cost Facebook $18 billion today
  • What the Amazon tax ruling means for the future of e-commerce
  • PayPal waives $50K worth of processing fees for lucky startups & offers ‘white glove’ dev support
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Agritourism requires added insurance coverage
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The Spectator’s Jura Unicorns
  • Childhood fantasy as the basis of wine writing
  • Book Review: Divine Vintage by Randall Heskett and Joel Butler
  • Vespeth’s World Tour Update: VinPro and the Unified Sympoisium
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Let the Consumers Decide if Natural Wines Are Popular
  • Do The Many Personalities of Syrah Confuse The Issue?
  • Zinfandel – the long strange trip from… somewhere
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Local wine industry trade show now North America’s second-largest
  • Oregon Wine Symposium to return to Portland for third year
  • REGULATION & COMPLIANCE
  • Wine Politics In Washington, DC
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Groundwater nitrate issues reach political level
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Anyone up for Cabernet Gernischt Day?
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Finca La Luz goes heavily for the Argentine wine industry
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Walking through Downtown Mendoza, Argentina
  • A Halloween wine tale 2013
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Fruit fly infestations may reduce Napa olive harvest
  • Argentina’s Olive Oil Industry In Crisis
  • Disease Could Spell Disaster for Europe’s Olive Trees

  • October 30, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Amazon selling wine in China
  • CA Gov Vetoes: “Serve a Minor” Felony Penalty Bill
  • NY Issues Survey re Proposed “At Rest” Legislation
  • Tough Job Ahead For Farm Bill Conferees
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • NZ wine exports on rise after record harvest
  • World Wine Shortage? NOT!
  • PRIVATIZATION, REGULATION
  • BC considers grocery store liquor sales
  • PA: LCB Releases FY 2012-13 Annual Report
  • Wine Growlers From a Keg Still Restricted
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & FINANCE
  • Q&A: Thierry Budin, general director of Crédit Agricole
  • Pernod Ricard rises on unique marketing
  • Talk Of ABI Play For SABMiller Heating Up Again
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Brown signs West Coast pact on climate change
  • Central Valley team going after direct foreign investments
  • Zinfandel Advocates & Producers:New Experience Format, Site
  • Winiarski’s Wine Among Smithsonian Picks
  • Linda Wish Joins Hess Collection
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Burgundy Charity Auction Smallest in Decades
  • ChâteauOnline, a subsidiary of Héraclés (1855) in administration
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Deutsch’s Josh Cellars On Pace To Surpass 300,000 Cases
  • Time in the street? Now there’s an idea!
  • Winemakers & wine lovers: like a bad marriage
  • Wine biz’s inability to understand consumers prevents many from liking wine
  • Recognizing Consumers, Predicting the Future
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • No, Google isn’t selling banner ads
  • LinkedIn’s mobile madness finally pays off
  • Photo-destroying app Snapchat could be worth $4B
  • 1 billion reasons why the ‘social enterprise’ isn’t played out yet
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Writing Income Continues to Challenge
  • Why The Spectator’s new wine submission policy is bad
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Canadian Wine Culture Debated
  • The Value of Professional Wine Certification Programs
  • Oregon riesling: A turnaround developing?
  • Lou Reed and the natural wine movement
  • Natural Wine: Evil?
  • TASTEMAKERS
  • Leslie Sbrocco: Bringing Women to Wine & Wine To Women
  • Featured Winemaker: Álvaro Palacios
  • Spain’s Termanthia: Putting Toro on the Wine Map
  • Q&A: Nicolas Audebert, winemaker at Cheval Des Andes
  • Featured Winemaker: Ridge Vineyards’ Paul Draper
  • CORKS & SCREWCAPS
  • Tyrrell’s swaps cork for cap with sparkling
  • More on the MW screwtop dissertation claims
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • Castel Frères to Pursue TM Battle Against Panati in China’
  • Castel TM battle with Pancho Campo’s friend to China’s Supreme Court
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Intrapreneurship helps big cos think and move like startups
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • BC: Wine Institute inks Hong Kong Deal
  • Moet Hennessy, Sula chase sparkling wine sales in India
  • Zombies, vampires, ghosts and other China wine horrors
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MO: Love Letters from Missouri Wine Country
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • ProWein: Creating A Competitive Advantage
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Be prepared for changes to the state diesel truck rule
  • Permit not needed for stormwater runoff, court says
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Barolo producers split as court reverses Cannubi ruling
  • Brothers jailed over £6.4m booze tax fraud
  • LAS CASES CAN’T CATCH A BREAK
  • Toxic smoke damages Leoville Las Cases 2013 harvest
  • Las Cases vines poisoned by neighbour
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Chile steps up clonal focus
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The World’s Most Challenging Vineyards
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Sonoma Olive harvest begins as grape harvest ends
  • CRAFT BEER & SPIRITS
  • Fairfield CA, promotes self as Ideal For Craft Beer Industry
  • JUST CAN’T MAKE STUFF LIKE THIS UP
  • PUPPY! ... Firefighters free puppy from a wine rack
  • $38,000 For Old Sheep Shears: Only In Australia!

  • October 29, 2013TOP NEWS
  • World Wine Production Seen at 7-Year High
  • Reality Check: Global Wine Supply & Gullible Brokerage Analysts
  • Italian vintners look abroad as home sales slump
  • Four new AVAs approved in California
  • Farm Bill Isn’t Only Ag Policy Focus This Winter
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • World’s Vineyard Shrinks But Production Shows Rise
  • German Wine Output Seen Little Changed in 2013 as Whites Rise
  • Calif Wine Grape Harvest Estimated at 4 Mil Tons
  • Santa Barbara County vineyard yields a winemaker’s harvest
  • Bordeaux Producers Called to Resist High Prices
  • Bordeaux 2013: hardest of past 30 years
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Delano farm plagued by repeated grape thefts
  • CDFA Accepting Proposals for 2014 Specialty Crop Grants
  • Crucial vote looms for Napa recycled water pipeline
  • Winery Exchange Expands Sales Force
  • Innovation Napa Valley summit focuses on economic growth
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Liquor Privatization Saves Lives? Part II
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Constellation Eyes $100M Tequila Buy
  • Troublesome quarter for Pernod Ricard
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Bordeaux’s Most-Wanted: Petrus
  • 05 Haut-Brion slips below £5,000
  • Latour 2000 Above $13,000
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Anatomy of Australia’s New Wine Strategy
  • Wine clubs: convenience, value but may not be for everyone
  • Flash Sale Wine Websites, What’s the Deal?
  • China’s rush for Downtown Abbey wines
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Why opening up about failure makes you a more ‘authentic’ entrepreneur
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Do we really need all these wine certification programs?
  • Sta. Rita Hills 2013 Wine and Fire
  • The Cold Coastal Region of Leyda, Chile
  • Why wine ratings have nothing to do with price
  • A serious state for American sparkling wine
  • OH CANADA!
  • B.C. vintners show strong sales growth
  • Ontario rejects selling of beer and wine in convenience stores
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Mondavi connection launches new Umpqua Valley winery
  • VA: State wine industry is growing
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Liquor Privatization Saves Lives? Part II
  • UK Christmas Champagne price war begins early
  • Has Leoville Poyferré Contaminated Vines at Leoville Las Cases?
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Israeli Wines Battle for Recognition
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Spain Starts Season with Low Stocks, Concerns About Forecasts
  • Mediterranean Diet Gaining Among Nutritionists But Olive Oil Still on Sidelines
  • JUST CAN’T MAKE STUFF LIKE THIS UP
  • Dwarves! Lord of the Wrongs

  • October 28, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Chumash Try Feds To End Run SB County Vineyard Objections
  • Treasury Wine Denies Plonk Debacle Wrongdoing
  • How TWE litigation will play out Scroll down for more TWE
  • Bra-Burning Feminists Drive Wine Sales
  • Farmers Keep Borrowing As Loan Rates Stay Steady
  • Disruptive Technologies: The Internet and Wine
  • Sommelier Journal suspends publication
  • Aussie Winery blooms with Chinese equity
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Why No Sonoma County In Heimoff’s Golden Age?
  • Trinchero Says Lodi expansion won’t affect Napa County wine jobs
  • Santa Barbara County vineyard yields a winemaker’s harvest
  • Napa Valley 2013 Harvest
  • Paso Garagistes Build an Institution
  • TWE IN THE DOCK
  • Class action launched against Treasury Wines
  • Shareholders may sue Treasury Wine over US inventory impairment
  • Treasury Wine faces class action over Plonk Problem
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Cos d’Estournel ’09 Drops to Two-Year Low
  • 09 Lafite trails Latour
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Who needs those overpriced California wines?
  • Do wine drinkers trade up?
  • Cut-Throat Tactics In Hong Kong & China
  • Naming your winery
  • Wine biz’s inability to understand consumers prevents many from liking wine
  • Dietitian video promotes California grapes
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • How Social Data Changes Everything About Marketing
  • Re-Evaluating the Value of Social Media
  • 3 Social Media Lessons from “It’s the Great Pumpkin”
  • WA State Wine Launches "The Recommendeuer" Campaign and iPad App
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Use Sharp Headlines To Hook Readers – Or Else
  • A personal view from the Digital Wine Communications Conference
  • BTN To Launch Buyers Guide in January 2014
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • An Italian Exodus
  • Wine Myths Debunked
  • Jancis Robinson MW backs formal wine education
  • Excellence in Enotourism
  • REGULATION & LEGAL MATTERS
  • Creating, protecting wine trademarks
  • Red tape redux
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MA: Picking the grape harvest, rain or shine
  • PA: Wine production 5th in US
  • VA: Local wine industry looks to Argentina
  • WA: Small liquor stores struggle with taxes
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • 5 Ways Businesses Can Reduce “Sick” Call-Ins
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Suspected Pesticide Link To Bee Colony Collapse Stirs Action
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • French Producers Stage Angry Protests Over Planned Eco-Tax
  • Sauternes: 2013 a great year for rot
  • Symington invests in land and brands
  • Who killed English wine?
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: ’Black frosts’ add to weird October weather
  • OZ: Tax wine by alcohol content
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM LATIN AMERICA
  • Alfredo Bartholomaus, South American Wine Ambassador
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Brady’s Bunches: Robert Hall Winery
  • History of Wine Timeline (Infographic)

  • October 25, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Hambrecht Debt and Legal Woes Keep Mounting
  • Farm income forecast at highest level since 1973
  • French Wine Exports Reach Record Highs
  • Screwcaps damage wine more than cork
  • A Golden Age for Golden State Wine
  • China and Europe make up after averting trade war
  • The Most Avid U.S. Wine Cities
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Sauternes producer says tenth of 2013 harvest stolen
  • South American Growers Assess Frost Damage
  • Aussie Wine Exports Increase
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • SJC supervisors incapable of small winery decision
  • St. Helena postpones vote on small winery rules
  • Schedule Set for 2014 Specialty Crop Block Grant Program Workshops
  • Hall Winery Owners Buy Anderson Creek Vineyard
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Free my Canadian grapes and other love songs
  • WA: Alcohol Crimes Decline After Privatization
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Cheval Blanc ’08 Falls to Record Low
  • Liv-Ex: What’s in (half) a point?
  • HEALTH
  • Drinking and Pregnancy: A Revelation
  • Alcohol Justice to Release New National Report on Alcohol Advertising
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Thugging up a wine brand
  • Is neuro marketing about to revolutionise how we understand shopper behaviour?
  • Wine Stores Rise Again
  • Mob Wines You Can’t Refuse?
  • The First Rule of Wine Club
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Do You have A Mobile Web Disaster?
  • Kermit Lynch: Prophet or Prophet of Doom?
  • Quick & Easy Ideas to Jumpstart Your PR Efforts
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Carmenere Characteristics: The Chilean Master Class
  • Why Not All Vegan Wines are Vegan
  • Ballard Canyon, 2011 Pinots and Screwtops
  • Why Cheap Wine Matters
  • What’s a Unicorn Wine?
  • What steakhouse patrons want in a wine
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MN: Wine industry continues to grow
  • NY: Finger Lakes Wine Country’s New President Has Difficult Task
  • NY: Chateau LaFayette Reneau Sold
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • New grapevine assessment tool aims to reduce trunk diseases
  • Daughters taking charge of more farms
  • Saving The Bee A Major Issue At Oregon State
  • Farmers’ Ages Still Older than rest of U.S. Labor Force
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Burgundy Winemaker Patrick Bize Dies
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Moët launches two Indian sparklers
  • China, a very attractive market for Spanish cava
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Santa Rita plans expansion in Chile’s Pumanque appellation
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Why Women Have A Complicated Love Affair With Wine
  • Photo essay: Autumn in the Vineyard
  • OLIVE OIL
  • An Open-Air Workshop of Sustainability
  • Mouse in Olive Oil Cruet Spurs New Push For Ban
  • JUST CAN’T MAKE STUFF LIKE THIS UP
  • Woman Swaps Live Explosive for Wine

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