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March 12, 2013TOP NEWS
  • As Calif's farmworkers age, labor shortage looms
  • NZ Wine glut feared
  • How budget sequestration could impact restaurants
  • Moet subsidiary in legal battle over Krug trademark
  • Rosemount to keep a cork on premium prices
  • How we taste different colours
  • Has Yeast Domesticated Us?
  • Investing In Fine Wine Is For Fools
  • Vineyard’s Kickstarter campaign exceeds goal; 2 weeks remain
  • HEALTH
  • That Whole "Red Wine Is Healthy" Thing Is Basically BS
  • Eat Red Meat and Drink Red Wine
  • Alcohol Consumption on Rise among Women
  • Does Menopause Have You Turning To Alcohol For Comfort?
  • Alcohol ads, wine and health
  • Nutrition Fact Panels and Ingredient Statements on Alcohol Beverages
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Grahm's Grape Adventure Rewarded by U.S. Rhone Movement
  • B Cellars gets approval from commission for move to Oakville
  • Record California table grape crop tops 100 million boxes
  • San Joaquin Valley Winegrowers Wine Competition Entries Due Mar 25
  • Duarte Uses New Red Blotch Marker To Test Vines
  • Vintner launches semisweet agavé wine
  • Large leases, sales tighten Napa, Solano industrial market
  • For the Love of Surfing and Wine Country
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • KS: Grocers will concede spirits if they can sell beer and wine
  • PA: One reason to privatize the state liquor store system
  • TN: Grocery wine gets support from brewers
  • TN: Kroger Launches Campaign To Support Wine Sales In Supermarkets
  • TN: Some liquor stores refuse negotiations on wine in grocery stores
  • OZ: Wine in supermarkets will lead to more alcohol-related harm
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Union warning as Diageo announces £100m global restructure
  • Diageo To Enhance Alignment Between Global Supply & Its 21 Key Markets)
  • Sebi allows Diageo to sell USL assets after open offer
  • Constellation to Report Fourth ... -
  • Pricing/Demand Trends Get Favorable For Beer, Wine and Spirits Makers
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Bordeaux Boomerang
  • Top Clarets at Sotheby’s Hong Kong Sale
  • 'Stupendous' Vega Sicilia collection goes under the hammer
  • Livex: Spotlight on Pape Clement
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Eye Opening Stats…and What we Can Learn From Them
  • Wine label printers on a roll
  • Stack Wines Intros New Packaging And Nationwide New Product Rollout
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • The New Form I-9 Has Arrived!
  • Everyone Hates Your Powerpoint Presentation
  • The Invisibility of Farm Workers
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The Difference Between Wine Writers, Bloggers and Critics
  • Extreme Wine Update and Wine Economist Milestones
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Context in wine reviews
  • The multiple-vineyard Pinot Noir game: gaining ground
  • Pinot Noir 2013: video and some thoughts in retrospect
  • World wakes up to German Pinot quality
  • Hook & Ladder, Delicato Delight Millennials
  • Generation Riesling, a topic in Manchester and London
  • A witness to the famous 'Judgment of Paris' speaks up
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NJ: The Next Napa?
  • NY: Website to aid makers of wine , beer
  • NY: NYC's New "Go-To" Wines Are From Finger Lakes
  • WA: Ste. Michelle Gets on Track
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Most In Ag Have An Attitude Of Gratitude
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • EU Wine producers wary of vine reform plans
  • Chapoutier: Most Admired French Wine Brand in the World
  • Antinori's Diagnosis: Chianti Classico is in Recovery
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Western Australia's first 'ice wine'
  • NZ: Dought conditions 'perfect' for grape growers
  • NZ: Vintage set to be a classic
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Imported wine impinges Chinese domestic producers
  • Sial China: Private Label For Brand Reinvention
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Gangnam Style Winemakers
  • How to Order Wine Like a Sommelier
  • Dull Wine Reviews Miraculously Cured!
  • To get the most from wine, you need to know your own tastes
  • The Great Pinots of Oregon's Chummy Vintners
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Davis Researchers Put Olive Oil ‘Fridge Test’ to the Test

  • March 11, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Regulators scrap Napa, Sonoma vineyard runoff waivers
  • Talk of big Calif investment talk heats up Oregon wine biz
  • China's soaring wine consumption slows
  • Wineries pour it on to lure Millennials
  • Well-organised Aussie wine gang's $500K haul
  • 2013 Consumer Wine Price Hikes Unlikely
  • Winery Excise Tax Refund Claim Against the U.S. Can Proceed
  • Senate, House Bills Propose Crop Insurance Cutbacks
  • Chile: High hopes for 2013 harvest
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Diamond Mountain lawsuit alleges breach of contract
  • Final Crush Report Confirms Record Harvest
  • Golden Woman Hangs Upside Down, Pours Napa Valley Wine
  • Napa Business incubator will target food, wine, tech
  • Local wine needs to be Santa Barbara Cnty economic priority
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Privatization killing small Wash. private liquor stores
  • PA: Desperate Times, Desperate Claims
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo’s $150m global supply chain shakeup ‘likely’ to cost jobs
  • Moving upmarket: Pernod - Ricard takes the wine fight to China
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Ten 'perfect' wines, but is 2010 vintage for investors?
  • Montrachet, Hermitage 1961 to Lead Christie's Wine Sale
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol & Your Brain: How Much Is Too Much?
  • Moderate consumption of red wine can be beneficial
  • Two glasses of wine for women is one too many
  • Women catching up to men for problem drinking: Are advertisers to blame?
  • Red wine pill like drinking 100 glasses a day, could cure major diseases
  • Red Wine Antioxidants & the Cardiovascular Health of Rats
  • Wine: the fountain of youth?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • How Much Do Tasting Rooms Make?
  • Some wineries understand CRM, some don’t
  • A Critique of a Critique
  • Celebrities uncork the wine business
  • That Brangelina rosé? Cray cray
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • So, you want to be a blogger?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Beyond analysis: In search of the “what,” not the “how”
  • Official wine-tasting style: Face forward, no talking
  • I'm 100 points on that...
  • Nutrients not the cause of minerality
  • The Real Questions: Does The Wine Taste Good and Will It Go With Dinner?
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Is an MBA Worth it?
  • OH CANADA!
  • Ontario liquor board to appeal privacy ruling
  • Nova Scotia MP believes wineries hold key to a revitalized future
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • TN: Wine sales in grocery stores
  • VA: The RdV Salon Experience
  • WA: State reps OK wine tasting bill for under-21 studies
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Data Tracking And Mapping Labor Management System
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Chinese wine debut for Berry Bros
  • Doubts surface over new Chianti classification
  • Austria 2012 vintage: 'small, but high-quality'
  • Ribera del Duero: Rich, Tempranillo-Based Wines
  • Cognac Quashes Contamination Claims
  • Russia may restart importing Georgian wine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Stunning Weather for Vintage 2013
  • OZ: Jacob's Creek forges on with premium transformation
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • New Ruling In China Creates Customs Chaos
  • China will set pace for wine industry growth
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • SA farm labourers 'lazy'
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Secrets to Syrah Wine
  • Fruit flies, best way to get rid of them
  • OLIVE OIL
  • World Olive Oil Production Drops by a Quarter, Council Predicts
  • Olive Oil Based ‘Marseille Soap’ in Danger
  • LONG, WANDERING GARBAGE HEADLINE
  • Governor Corbett, along with Gettysburg Area Legislators, Business and Education Leaders, Discuss Plan to Get PA out of Liquor Business, $1 Billion Passport for Learning Block Grant Program

  • March 08, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Cal Wine Tops 200M US Cases, Retailers, Suppliers Wary On Pricing
  • Irrational Exhuberance And The Resveratrol Trap
  • Record Dry Months, Endangered Smelt Build Concerns For Cal Water
  • Mendo Judge Slaps Down Russian River frost protection rules
  • Reducing costs, risks in wine grape replanting
  • The Chinese are coming … to a winery near you
  • The 10 Most Powerful Women in Wine
  • Alcohol hard to regulate on social media
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Gallo bullish about 2013
  • Plans submitted to remodel Copia
  • Absolutely no BS at Smith-Madrone
  • Wine.com Hosts Third Annual Industry Growth Summit
  • SBCC Scheinfeld Program With Barefoot Wine
  • MS Desmond Echavarrie joins Soutirage
  • European Grapevine Moth a Problem for Winemakers
  • Vine pruning precedes spring weather
  • HEALTH
  • Scientists shed light on how resveratrol works
  • Health Benefits of Resveratrol in Red Wine
  • Scientists develop red wine “wonder pill”
  • Cheers! Red wine pills will beat killer diseases
  • Scientist Fired for Allegedly Faking Wine Research Sues College
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • 6 reasons PA should keep the state wine and liquor stores
  • MD Direct Shippers Should Still File Sales Tax Quarterly
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • All regulatory approvals in place for Diageo-USL deal
  • Diageo's new site cuts out retailers
  • Constellation & Interfood Importacao Sign Import Deal
  • Constellation Brands Given "Buy" Rating at TheStreet
  • Can Diageo Outperform Beam?
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • New fine wine stock exchange Cavex to launch
  • 1855.com taken to court by leading French consumer association
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • UK NeoProhibitionist stats: the real cause for concern
  • UK Health Alliance angers trade with call for harsh measures
  • UK Wine sales set to drop by 10%
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • DFV Intros Sequin, A New Bubbly Label
  • Top 10 wines in the US press
  • Which states drink the most wine?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Complete List of Wine Blogs
  • The Death of Wine Critics
  • "Am I boring you?"
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Romanian Pinot "surprisingly good" says Halewood
  • Wine is not made to be watched, it is made to be drunk
  • Tempranillo: the Spanish Side of Texas Wine
  • Once round the blanc
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Northwest Farm Credit Service Reports Strong Year For Some In 2012
  • Cobank Announces $5 Million Fund For Ag Research, Education
  • FL: Bill would legalize wine kegs
  • IL: Quincy Convention and Visitors Bureau promoting area wineries
  • KS: Bill to expand liquor sales draws crowd
  • MO: Wineries form Mississippi River Hills Wine Trail
  • NE: Bill would regulate herbicide spraying
  • NY: What Do People Think of New York State Wine?
  • VA: Williamsburg Winery CEO Steps Down, Keeps Business in the Family
  • ACADEMIA
  • An introduction to Viticulture and Enology at Washington State University
  • $22,000 wine science award to explore ‘cold soak’
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • New record for Cava abroad, declining sales at home
  • Hungary's Surprising Wine Culture
  • Laithwaite’s yields grapes for top English sparklers
  • Starring Film Role for Bordeaux Château
  • Tuscany Report: Brancaia
  • Italian Wine Superstar Antinori Opens To Public - After 600 Years
  • Château de Seguin bought by owners of Château La France
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Expectations of a bumper vintage
  • OZ: New ownership structure for Seppeltsfield
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China's Wine Market Bubbles, But Not With Champagne
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Unrest puts SA’s wine exports ‘at risk’
  • Swedish Group Impressed With Work Done In SAfrica Wine Industry
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine-Pheromone connection: The science behind the seduction of wine
  • Wine, now in a range of colors
  • Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie's Wine Sold out In 5 Hours
  • Share via e-mail - Boston Globe - (wine)
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Olive Oil Sector Eyes European Vote Next Week

  • March 07, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Restaurant sales notably down in Feb
  • Wine Leaders Urge US Funding of EGVM Eradication
  • Single vote rescues Tenn grocery store wine bill
  • New Family Medical Leave Act Posting Required Mar. 8
  • Strong dollar, private labels continue to squeeze Aussie winemakers
  • Miguel Torres on Parker, Cava and Chinese vineyards
  • Concha y Toro voted World's Most Admired Wine Brand 2013
  • Incursions in the Urban Wine Region
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • The Miljenko “Mike” Grgich Interview
  • New Promo For Paso Robles Bordeaux Varietal Producers
  • Napa Winery owner rescued from pond
  • Calistoga's resort plan wins voter approval
  • Calif wine Is Cool Again
  • Somerston Wine Hires Jack Edwards as VP Sales
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Montana Eyes Legal Direct Shipments of Wine
  • 3-Tier System Challenge Inevitable in Illinois
  • TN: Wine-in-Supermarkets Lives to Fight Another Day
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Rise in Liv-Ex Indices Suggests Revived Interest in Wine Investment
  • German Pinot Noir sold at auction for $3.300
  • Pontet-Canet 2009 Advances to 10-Month High
  • Yquem 1986 Retreats 6% From Last Year’s High
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Strong US sales help Gruppo Campari
  • Diageo now waiting for regulator approval in United Spirits deal
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • A Good Wine Seldom Mentioned Is Soon Forgotten
  • Wine medals allow bottles to stand out in crowded market place
  • How to Sell More Direct to Consumer
  • Millenials like to experiment with varietals, new blends
  • First wine from Pitt and Jolie's French vineyard to hit Web
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Pinterest: Worth $2 Bill Because Its Users Are Rich, Female, Like To Spend
  • Facebook, Twitter still wineries’ favorite
  • Mobile Payments Brighten Small-Business Cash Flow
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • What You Need to Know About Wine Criticism and the Wine Industry
  • Galloni of Sonoma
  • New China wine newsletter by Grape Wall
  • Master-Level Wine Webinar? We’ll Burn That Bridge When We Come To It
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • 2012 WA wildfires may have hurt the vintage
  • Cabernet Sauvignon and “the dip”
  • The Case of the Old Friend
  • Wilfred Wong, the Mondavis, and how Chardonnay got to be #1
  • Do Mealybug-Infested Grapes Influence Wine Quality?
  • Success of sangiovese connected to Italy's soil
  • Society delivers on wine education
  • OH CANADA!
  • B.C. wine power
  • Canadian wines pack a heavy punch to the economy
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Eastern Winery Exposition Attendance Up
  • Richard Auffrey Joins Drink Local Wine BOD
  • MD: State Senate approves alcoholic beverage bills
  • NC: WCU approves beer, wine for arts center
  • NC: New River Winery for sale
  • NY: Is there a Market for Long Island Wine Beyond New York?
  • OR: House passes wine growler bill
  • TX: Hill Country Wineries Announces 2013 Board Members
  • WA: Student wine-tasting bill seen as way to break barriers
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • WSTA warning over new EU rules for made-wine products
  • London to produce its first organic wine since the middle ages
  • Champagne negociant facing break-up
  • Liberty Wines latest agent to skip LIWF
  • Oddbins on track for profit despite £1.1m loss in first months of new company
  • Wickham Vineyard saved from administration
  • Binge-drinking on the wane in UK
  • When talking wine, all roads lead to Rhone
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Coles defends its generic brands
  • NZ: Kiwi Alcohol advertising ban wanted
  • NZ: Integrity threat to sub-regional message
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • It's Vineyard Rainbow Season
  • Wine-Pheromone connection: The science behind the seduction of wine
  • Exploring decanting
  • What not to do when tasting wine at a restaurant
  • The U.S., the United Nations, and cheap wine
  • The Best Wine Books Picked By Pros

  • March 06, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Trinchero Revamps Sutter Home Brand
  • Italian vineyard may hold clues in Eni bribery probe
  • Senator urges USDA to nix wine-tasting 'getaways' amid sequester
  • Farmers watch to gauge impact of sequestration
  • Williams Selyem 9-L bottle sells for $205,000
  • How Wine Criticism Is Changing
  • Wineries Experiment With Crowd Sourcing
  • HEALTH
  • Study investigates whether red wine can help starve off bowel cancer
  • Red Wine Drinkers Digest Meals Better
  • The science behind ‘beer goggles’ explained
  • Scientific Review of Mediterranean Diet Study
  • Canadians Drink More Than 50% Above Global Average
  • Red Wine stains more than coffee after teeth whitening
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Bank thrives on challenge of wine industry
  • Fresno State U - Grapes of Worth
  • Sonoma County Winegrowers Name New Pres
  • Wine is family affair for Murphys
  • Spellitich Importing from Global Markets to Napa Valley
  • Hess Collection Names Jeanne Jesse NCentral Regional Sales Mgr
  • Regulations, dry spell squeeze water supply
  • Container Co to bring hundreds of jobs to Kingsburg
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Brown-Forman Q3 Net Up 18%
  • Big UK companies slow to promote women, but Diageo plc an exception
  • Treasury Exec Says: No bulk wine to Coles and Woolworths
  • WFA appoints Pernod Ricard CMO as president
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian Wine and Grape Industry Contributes $6.8 Billion in Economic Impact
  • NS wine industry worth almost $200 million
  • LCBO invites customers on a road trip across the golden state with 'California ...
  • LCBO puts cork in wine club orders after privacy ruling
  • Industry Economics, Wine Tasting Rules, Privacy
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Fine Wine: More Palatable Than Rollercoaster Stocks?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Portuguese growth sparks consumer focus
  • Wines of Argentina's urban-style consumer events sell out
  • NC: Heavy drinking at wine festivals leaves bad taste
  • The dog ate my ticket
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • The Seven Habits of Highly Ineffective Wine People
  • Be careful with the voluntary worker classification settlement program
  • How To Get A Job In The Beverage Industry (VIDEO)
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Restraint reemerges from Australian wines
  • Wine Should Be Dynamic
  • Calif makes best New World Chard
  • Parsing the debate over natural wines
  • On The Wine-ification of Beer
  • Wine: Just Enjoy It
  • Cal-Ital wines: the new trend with a long history
  • La Clarine builds strong wines with a minimalist approach
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NM: New winery planned for North Valley raises neighborhood concerns
  • NY: Red Hook Winery Makes a Triumphant Return
  • OR: Providing quality health care to seasonal vineyard workers
  • PA: Lawmakers express sour grapes over LCB in-house label
  • TN: Key vote for wine bill today
  • ACADEMIA
  • The Latest in Wine and Grape Research
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • ProWein 2013- Top Tips for US Visitors
  • New top Chianti Classico category announced
  • Pesticidegate Raises Concerns Over French Vineyards
  • Cobevco fills its 1.5 billionth bottle
  • Wickham Vineyard back in business
  • Eurasian winery follows the old ways
  • Russia May Lift Georgian Wine Import Ban by Spring
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Mixed feelings over wine industry vision
  • OZ: Winemaker Anna Hooper is our top rural woman
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese wine needs core competitiveness
  • Qingtao to be the base of China international alcohol import and export trade
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • A little wine humor courtesy of Bob Johnson
  • Wine Without Pretense: Know your bubbly
  • Illuminating the Beauty of Napa Valley
  • Bill Fuller, Oregon Wine Pioneer
  • Wine Country Porn from Napa Valley
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Global shortage of extra virgin olive oil

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