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May 26, 2015

May 26, 2015TOP NEWS
  • Americans toast strong dollar while downing cheap European wine
  • Wine from wastewater: It’s not a joke, and it may be the future
  • More Than “Yuck Factor”: Recycled Wastewater May Not Be Such A Good Idea For Toilet-To-Tap Or Irrigation
  • California OKs offer of voluntary water cuts by farmers
  • TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored Link*
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Temperature Plunge Leaves Some Ontario Vineyards Devastated
  • California farm economy surprisingly resilient amid drought
  • English Wine Blooms As Italians Suffer From Bad 2015 Crops
  • The Great Prosecco Crisis of 2015
  • A ‘Global Prosecco Shortage’ Isn’t Happening
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Charles Banks: From Wine Novice to Vino Mogul
  • Markham production increase delayed over visitation
  • Sixty-Four California Wineries Lead Wine Institute’s Latest Trade Mission to China and Hong Kong
  • First-growth influences in Napa Valley
  • Loza named GM at Accolade Wines
  • Boom time for restaurants in Sonoma County
  • How To Overcome The Top 10 Objections From Beverage Retailers. *Sponsored Link*
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • The story behind the farmers’ offer to cut water use
  • Big money, increasing acreage make almond latest water war villain
  • Group says California immigration policies contributed to drought
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  • RECYCLED WASTEWATER
  • Turning sewage into drinking water gains appeal as drought lingers
  • “Toilet-to-tap” water gains steam in Calif. amid drought
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Musings on Diageo’s rumored sale of its wineries
  • How User Choices Can Boost Your Wine Club Membership & Loyalty. Click For A Free Best Practices Webinar *Sponsored Link*
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 index and Bordeaux’s trade share held steady last week
  • Christie’s to offer ex-cellar Guigal in HK
  • Bordeaux 2014 Pricing Highlights Value in Older Vintages
  • Bordeaux 2014: ‘Seriously beautiful’ Comtesse turns heads
  • Tools of the Trade: 10 Must Have Documents to Have Ready For Your Distributor *Sponsored Link*
  • ALCOHOL, HEALTH, AND THE FRENCH PARADOX Click the link above for more news, articles and archives.
  • Wine, sex can lower your risk of heart disease
  • If You’re A Woman, Drink Beer To Stay Healthy
  • “Jailbreaking” yeast could increase wine’s health benefits
  • Mediterranean Diet cuts heart disease risk by nearly half
  • REGULATION & LEGAL MATTERS
  • Alabama Bill Opens Up Winery Sales Reach
  • INDUSTRY DATA & TRENDS
  • Why alcohol consumption data doesn’t match sales figures
  • Champagne and sparkling rises in the on-trade, but prosecco dominates the off
  • US Farm Assets Maintain Lead Over Debt
  • Gérard Bertrand Projects 54% Rise For 2015, Raising Languedoc’s Presence In U.S. Market
  • Millennials, Redefining Luxury
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Perspectives on Wine Marketing Research
  • How Large Distributors Launch A New Brand *Sponsored Link*
  • PACKAGING, LABELS & CORKS
  • What Goes Into Wine-Label Design?
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Western New York Hosts International Vineyard Mechanization Conference
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Pity the poor wine student
  • How to Create an Email PowerPoint Presentation for Importers
  • PAYMENTS
  • PayPal’s vision for the future of digital payments
  • Apple Pay is ringing in a new era of payment security
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • More women signing up to be sommeliers
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine Book Review: “The History of Wine in 100 Bottles” By Oz Clarke
  • Wine Book Review: “A Vineyard In Napa” by Doug Shafer
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • How wine has changed since 1985
  • Thoughts on Premature Oxidation
  • Good Wine Tastes More Like Koala Urine Than You’d Think
  • The Unexamined Wine
  • The vagaries of vintages
  • The art behind bubbles in the bottle
  • Expensive wine is for suckers
  • What are Cuvées, and are they any good?
  • Rosé Wine From Provence Deserves to Live a Little
  • Viticulture 101 ~ Part 8 ~ Cooling Trends
  • Filtering wine one way doesn’t mean it’s the only way. Click now to see the alternatives *Sponsored Link*
  • WINE PEOPLE
  • Five Questions for Tim Martinson
  • Breaking up the Family for Better Wines
  • Interview With One Of The Largest Wine Importers In China
  • Sommelier and First Cellars co-founder Alex Cumming on the Chinese wine market
  • Australian grape and wine community’s Future Leaders revealed
  • Jack Off All Wines, Master Of None
  • WINE PLACES
  • A Snapshot of Tavel
  • Three Things That You Didn’t Know About Soave
  • Budapest the cheapest city for alcoholic drinks
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • Champagne council launches e-learning programme
  • NORTH AMERICAN REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • 22 Years of Grape Variety Trials Shape Long Island Grape Industry (PDF)
  • Lake Erie Growers Respond to Markets and Freezing Temperatures
  • Focused on Oregon’s Great Wine Terroirs
  • BC: Simes steps down as winemaker for Mission Hill Family Estate
  • Idaho’s time is now
  • ACADEMIA
  • Cornell Seniors Demonstrate Learning Through Capstone Projects
  • UC Davis Professor Reveals Research Plans
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Reducing the economic impact of Grapevine Leafroll Disease in California
  • I Have Galls in my Vineyard: Should I Call my Nursery?
  • All-natural pesticide which tackles fungus but doesn’t harm honey bees approved in UK
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Fruit-flavoured wines boom in Britain
  • Prosecco beats Champagne for UK growth
  • Shipping cider to England is like selling sand to Saudi
  • Symington opens its vineyards to attract hipster port drinkers
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Marlborough wineries urged to cater for Chinese tourists
  • Australia’s Victoria to showcase its growing wine industry to attract int’l buyers
  • OZ: Cider ‘should be taxed like wine’
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China’s wine tastes evolving fast
  • Wine, tourism industries should keep eye on China
  • India: Curious Case of Soma vs. Somanda Wineries
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South African wine has a thrilling energy
  • South Africa Aims to Raise Drinking Age to Clamp Down on Abuse
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • There’s a good reason for those wine-snob behaviors
  • How to Host a Wine Tasting Party
  • Sugar in Wine Chart
  • 12 times you just have to crack open a bottle
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive oil shortage is a pressing issue
  • Can you live without olive oil?
  • Analysis of mid infrared spectra for identification of olive oil defects
  • CRAFT BEVERAGES: BEER, CIDER WINE & SPIRITS
  • Beer boom strains Petaluma
  • Bipartisan Bill Supporting Small Distilleries introduced in US senate
  • AB InBev opens Vietnam brewery to embrace beer potential of Southeast Asia
  • For the love of peat: 200 years of Laphroaig

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