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November 13, 2013

November 13, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Fire Sales Ease Entertainment Properties’ Winery Exit
  • Another Obamacare Shock Due in January
  • Don’t click ‘like’ unless you’re paid to
  • E. & J. Gallo Winery GIVES $100K To Philippine Relief Fund
  • Chenin Blanc/Petite Sirah Conference Canceled
  • Judge OKs Kurniawan Sanity Exam
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Ramona Seeks To Move Up The Vine As A Wine Tasting Region
  • Meet WWS New Young Professionals Development Director
  • Raisins hit record price in 2012
  • Lodi Poised To Cash In On Petite Sirah
  • Tight Harvest Window in Amador, Calaveras Counties
  • Napa Supe to Lead Global Wine Tourism Group
  • Lake County presents Momentum! workshops
  • Harvest At Pagani Ranch, Sonoma
  • Claiming a family legacy on a storied Napa spot
  • Sandra Day O’Connor To Visit Iron Horse Vineyards
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Willamette Valley Vineyards Posts Profit
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Italian Company Fights Wine Fraud With "Clickable" Corks
  • How to avoid a hangover after investing in fine wines
  • HEALTH
  • New Book Links Alcohol Violence and Brain Inflammation
  • REGULATION & LEGAL MATTERS
  • AWCC Testimony on Massachusetts Direct Shipping
  • Legal Highlights from CalPoly’s New Wine & Viticulture Program
  • 5 weird ABC laws that kill Virginia’s buzz
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Retailers use social media to make more consumer friendly wines
  • The State of the Wine App (Part 2)
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Krug Offers Rosé Magnum, Bottle IDs
  • Labeltronix Launches waterproof, chill-proof label
  • Alternative Wine Closures
  • Wine needs to be more engaging
  • Majority of Brits prefer cheap wine
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • ProWine China opens to tough times for fine wine
  • 2014 RAW dates - London and Vienna
  • ProWein 2014 Announces Tasting Zone and FIZZZ Lounge Topics
  • Over 500 alcoholic beverage makers from 50 nations gather at festival
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Labor Management Seminar Offered
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Everything you know about wine is wrong
  • Kimpton’s Master Sommelier Emily Wines
  • On The record With Bo Barrett
  • Burgundy’s 2013 Vintage: Small But Perfectly Formed
  • The Import Snobs: A Quick Observation
  • Biodynamic Wines from Argentina
  • Taste the soul of the soil
  • World’s Best Wine Writer
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • Fresno Winery interns learn on the job
  • Washington Grape and Wine Education Consortium
  • Jancis Robinson passes the torch as WSET honorary president
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Experts discuss ways to boost honeybee forage
  • Oregon next battleground for GM labels
  • Promotion of veteran-raised ag goods goes national
  • WHAT THE HELL COULD THEY HAVE BEEN THINKING?
  • Baptists Cancel Duck Dynasty Fundraiser Over Wine Deal
  • Sam Adams lights up cigar market with 28% ABV
  • Hello Kitty Cuvée Spéciale Champagne launched
  • Beaujolais Bath Marks Japan as Benchmark for New Vintage
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Lea & Sandeman appeal for information after Champagne theft
  • Vineyard prices in Burgundy
  • Virgin Wines plans expansion after buyout
  • Austrian Wine-Grape Crop Seen Below Average
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Mediterranean Diet in Midlife Results in Better Quality of Life in Old Age
  • Tips for Wine Tasting at Napa Valley Film Festival
  • Olive Oil School
  • A SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE
  • In-N-Out Burger bites into New Zealand market

  • November 12, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Southern Loses MO Wholesaler Appeal
  • Virgin Wines’ UK business in £14m management buyout
  • World’s Most Powerful Fine Wine Brands
  • EPA Proposes Stricter Control of U.S. Tributaries, Lakes
  • China Poised to Overtake US as the New Wine Country.
  • Eleven Eleven Winery replacing Napa’s Dominari
  • Unified Debuts Keynote, Tours
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Big North Coast harvest drives financing demand
  • Gallo Enters Cambodian Market
  • West Coast Wineries Quietly Up for Sale
  • SB County Sets Next on New Winery Rules
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Will Mass Lawmakers Finally Act On Shipping?
  • Direct Shipping Laws Are Fermenting on Beacon Hill
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Pernod Revamps Leadership At U.S. Wine Division
  • Beam and Diageo : Which Booze Stock Is Top Shelf?
  • Constellation Brands Closes at New High
  • Crimson Wine Group Financial Results for Period Ending Sept 30
  • FAKES AND COUNTERFEITS
  • Downey On Fake wine: Just scratching the surface
  • Almost 70% of the Wine Sold in China is Fake
  • eBay defends anti-fraud plan over wine label concerns
  • Kurniawan lawyers keen to avoid trial delay
  • Convincing Fakes
  • Dr. Conti Pleads Insanity
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Burgundy 2012 en primeur kicks off with some allocations already gone
  • North American buyers bouncing back at auction
  • Pavie ’01 Advances to Record $3,020
  • HEALTH
  • Pregnant moms who drink wine may be healthier in other ways
  • Wine just desserts
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • You Need an Approved COLA Before You Have a Valid Trademark?
  • Do feds seek power over every pond, puddle and pothole?
  • OZ: DIY phylloxera laws go online
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Asian wine drinkers offer hope for the world’s vintners
  • The New Chinese Wine Consumer
  • 5 ways 3D design can help your marketing
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Marketing, UCDavis Update:Chenin/Petite Conference Nov 14-15
  • Millésime Bio increases floor space for organic wine in 2014
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Pressing Data Into Great Wine Brands & Social for Restaurants
  • The Art of Digital Engagement
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • $10 Minimum Wage + ObamaCare = 70% Labor Cost Hike
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Dr. Oldman on how he saved Wine Spectator
  • Wine Spectator’s Wine Review Double Standard
  • The Role Of The Blame-Throwing Wine Writer
  • 2013 Digital Wine Communication Conf: Vineyards and Volcanoes
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • A Question of Authority: Responding To Heimoff
  • Shifting Perspectives on Idaho Wine
  • A California critic tastes Saint-Emilion
  • Single vineyard wines: like painting in monochrome
  • Many Vintners Use the 100 Point Scale
  • Climate change affects flavor, production of Great Lakes wine
  • CALIFORNIA NOTICES & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Wine warehouse set to open Windsor expansion
  • Winners of first Wine Industry Awards named
  • DIAM Names Francois Margot USA Export Manager
  • Burr Pilger Mayer To Open Napa Valley Office
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • Awards for new MWs announced
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • WA: Red Mountain AVA land up for auction
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Attack of the Wine Drones
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Virgin Wines sale: UK market still key, says Direct Wines chief
  • Virgin Wines aims for faster growth away from Direct Wines
  • Italy October Average Wine Prices
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Hong Kong love affair with Burgundy will continue
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The rise of statement wineries
  • OLIVE OIL
  • EU Olive Oil Sector Eager for Details of New School Promotion Plan
  • World Olive Oil Production Predicted to Top 3.2 Million Tons
  • Olive Oil Sidelined at Nutritionists’ Meeting
  • SAY WHAT? TOO VAGUE TO GRAB READER INTEREST
  • Vino, vidi, vici

  • November 12, 2013

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