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January 14, 2014TOP NEWS
  • California’s 2014 Legislative Challenges
  • Bidding War For Beam Unlikely
  • SVB State Of The Industry Preview: Questions You Want Answered
  • Eberle Reportedly Ousted At His Winery
  • PA: Attorney charged With Illegal Premium Wine Sales
  • Seattle Guards split $20K reward for finding $600K in stolen wine
  • Bad weather hurts Dec restaurant sales
  • CHRISTIE-STYLE HARDBALL POLITICS HERE?
  • Despite SJ Valley pleas, Gov. Brown won’t declare drought emergency
  • State comes to Fresno to sell Gov’s $25 billion Bay Tunnel Plan
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sour Reactions to Winemaker’s Plan to Build Estate Near Hollywood Sign
  • Long Meadow Ranch puts conservation easement on Rutherford vineyard
  • Developers vie for Copia’s future
  • Winery events moratorium to be considered by SJ Supes
  • Three senior care agencies get $525,000 from Auction Napa Valley
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • SAfrica Wine Exports Reach Record Volumes on Bumper Harvest
  • Lack of rain may affect grape yields for Central Coast vineyards
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Constellation Hits 52-Week High
  • Constellation: Priced High, Still A Buy
  • Treasury Wine Estates: “Sell” Says Deutsche Bank
  • Diageo moves India Supreme Court against United Spirits stake sale verdict
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Investors exit hedge funds at fastest rate in four years
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Label tampering obscures fine wine provenance,
  • PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Speculation Surrounds Liquor Reform In Harrisburg
  • Toppling PA’s Monopoly?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Tapping into taste preferences will soon change wine buying
  • Omnichannel Retailing Growing in Importance
  • Amazon Integration Now Included in the Nexternal eCommerce Platform
  • Alternative Wine Packaging Update
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Long Island Ag Forum To Focus on Latest Issues, Technology
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • If Teens are Bailing on Facebook, Where are They Going?
  • Teens Not Really Bailing On FacebookUnfriending mum and dad
  • Winery Social Media Management Tools & Strategies
  • Mobile software use grows 115% in 2013
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Sommeliers can be surprisingly highly paid
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Good ways for wineries to communicate with the public -- or not
  • No humour please - we’re wine lovers
  • The New Wine Fairy Tales: The Prince and the Raven
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • In Malbec country, Fernet becomes king
  • Desert Wine: Plump Grapes Grow in the Negev
  • Coravin Wins Top French Prize
  • Return to Presqu’ile, Santa Maria Valley
  • Winemaker Hunts Trees To Help Make The Perfect Wine
  • Mining rich seams of McLaren shiraz
  • WINE TOURISM
  • OR: Check before getting into agritourism
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NV: Program Promotes Ag, Food Industries
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Hawaiian GMO Laws Subject of Dow, Syngenta and DuPont Legal Battle
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Europe Seen Facing More Droughts This Century on Climate Change
  • Chateau de La Riviere owner keen to ’move forward’
  • Burgundy Vineyards, Champagne Proposed for World Heritage List
  • NZ winegrowers back Burgundy UNESCO bid
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • The growing power of India
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Human Face of Wine
  • Wine and Warfare part 14: The Molotov Cocktail
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Chile Bets On Russia As Emerging Olive Oil Market
  • On the Rise: Olive Oil Tastings in the U.K.

  • January 13, 2014

    January 13, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Japan’s Suntory to Buy Group Beam in $16 Billion Deal
  • Hobbs Winery Foes Plan Vineyard CEQA suit
  • “Perfect storm” of Vineyard Demand Says Moss Adams Wine Industry Report
  • Glazer’s vs. Southern in Canada
  • Calif farmers and water decision makers talk
  • Body found in Bordeaux near site of fatal chateau crash
  • Calif leaders closely watch millionaires leave state
  • Target hackers set their sights on smaller retailers
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • California farms lead world in almond production
  • Thermally Treated Wine Evaluated at Fresno State
  • Women for WineSense Raises Over $10,000 in Scholarships
  • Prosperity of SJValley farms (or lack) to be measured
  • V2 Wine Group Expands Salesforce
  • CALIFORNIA DROUGHT
  • Calif drought worst in living memory
  • Calif drought: both less serious (and more) than you’re hearing
  • Dry conditions lead some on North Coast to store water
  • Why has it been so dry? A few reasons
  • HARVEST 2014/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • OZ: Mudgee wine vintage shaping up well as harvest approaches
  • Subzero Blast Presses Northeast Ohio Vineyards
  • Bud-killing cold could mean shortage for Ontario 2014 vintages
  • Nevada left out of Global wine survey
  • PRIVATIZATION & DIRECT SHIPPING
  • Washington liquor prices stay high
  • Would liquor privatization hurt OR’s micro-distillery business?
  • TN: Head of grocery wine advocacy group leaves
  • TN: Legislators to tackle guns, wine and meth
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-Ex: The Right Bank 100
  • Zachys announces ex-cellar Jadot sale
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wine Prices and Recessions: Fluidity in an Uncertain Environment
  • Structuring your Wine Club Benefits to Sell More Memberships
  • Supplement Wine Marketing Efforts with Content
  • A wine business changes its entire identity
  • Champagne Jacques Selosse: Terroir expression or market misdirection?
  • S&M, threesomes and dope - the future of wine advertising
  • PACKAGING, LABELS & CLOSURES
  • Guala Closures plans North Bay screw cap plant
  • Packaging supplier Saxco plans Fairfield‘megacenter
  • 2014
  • Better Retail Availability, Consolidation, NeoDrys Rising
  • What Will Happen With Wine?
  • What a wine lover wants
  • California rising
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Vinitaly Trade Panel Focus on Optimizing Top Restaurant Visibility
  • Business, Enology, and Viticulture come together at B.E.V. NY
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • From Goethe to Gallo
  • How a tiny producer hit the Youtube jackpot by telling people how to remove a cork with their shoe
  • The Golden Globes: Why Twitter Works
  • Barilla pushes for 3D printers in restaurants
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • A New Start With a First Crush at Continuum Estate
  • Wine & Tea - From Whence Pucker Springs
  • Go Ahead…Persuade Me This Wine Is Better Than That Wine
  • Putting myself in the consumer’s shoes
  • Friuli Meets California: The Wines of Arbe Garbe
  • Bet on Barbera, What the Winemakers Drink
  • 30 winemakers under 40 to watch (part 3)
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Stupid Things Not to Publish on Your Wine Blog
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Outsiders Increase Northwest Winery Profile
  • Global warming could see North East become major wine producing region
  • AZ: Why more supermarkets will offer wine samples
  • NY: Growing wine popularity spurs increase in city liquor stores
  • OK: Movie inspires Oklahoma couple to open winery
  • ACADEMIA
  • Sacramento Business Degree Leads To A Degree In Wine
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Vine Balance and the Role of Vineyard Design
  • Playing With Yeast Diversity
  • 5 Grape Pathology Questions
  • Mechanical Crop Thinning Pays Off for Concord Growers
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Crash chateau dismisses xenophobic letter by ’militant group’
  • No Châteauneuf du Pape with 16% Alcohol
  • Warsteiner shares €106m fine for German beer cartel, AB InBev escapes
  • Chianti Classico subzones
  • Croser to address Cabernet genetics at Santa Rita wine workshop
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Tulloch Wines perfecting channel mix
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Italian Culture and Compassion in the Post-Berlusconi Era
  • Poisoned wine could have killed Alexander the Great
  • Domaine Henry, Thomas Jefferson, And A Grand Historical Experiment
  • Wine and Warfare part 13: Divine Winds
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Oxitec Still Pursuing Trial Release of GM Olive Flies in Spain
  • Catalan Olive Oil Producers Find Saffron a Lucrative Sideline
  • Olive Council Investigating Taiwan’s Rejection of Pomace Oil Imports
  • Brazilian Olive Oil Imports Continue Boom

  • January 10, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Bumper Calif harvests won’t mean oversupply: Constellation
  • Fatal Bordeaux Helo crash no accident?
  • Major wine firms’ activity in China challenged by leading importer
  • Fine-dining restaurants poised for growth in 2014
  • Aussie Wine Grape Growers Accuse Big Brands Of Price Gouging.
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lawsuit Looms If Stanislaus County doesn’t revoke well-drilling permits
  • Industry-Funded Study: Wine adds $13+ Bil to Sonoma County
  • Wine Grapes Not Ceding Ground To Nuts
  • Lori Ajax Appointed ABC Chief Deputy Director
  • ICE ... WINE
  • Warm weather ruins German ice wine crop
  • Could the extreme cold mean higher wine prices?
  • Winegrapes Suffer As Cold Slams Northeast, Midwest
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Distell Sees Opportunities in alcohol advertising ban
  • NVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Ex-cellar Drouhin sale starts Sotheby’s year
  • HEALTH
  • Light Drinking Damages DNA
  • Sugar is as dangerous as alcohol and tobacco, warn health experts
  • 7 ways to keep alcohol from wrecking your diet
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Israeli wineries innovate as they reach beyond kosher market
  • Case Study: Lynch Wines Label
  • Future of retail study: 30% of Americans would buy $1,000+ products online
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Social media opens up ad campaigns to smaller players,
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Malbec, Argentina’s warm bear hug of a wine
  • Becca Yeamans : Ultimate Wine Geek
  • Sweet? A seismic change in wine
  • How Legalized Marijuana May Impact Wine Sales…and Not
  • The Problem with ’Physiological Ripeness’
  • MIT students set for Left Bank Bordeaux Cup 2014 debut
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Managing the Media
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Finger Lakes vineyard placed in land trust to protect it from development
  • PA: Liquor stores back in Republican crosshairs
  • VA:How a few vineyards are putting the state on the fine-winery map
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Wine scientists smoke out vital data from bushfire
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Q&A with Steve Lewis, chief executive of Majestic Wine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: AWRI announces heatwave warning and impact of elemental sulfur residues
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Cork: Harvest for the Patient Farmer
  • 5 of the Strangest Wine Accessories
  • Wine and Warfare part 12: Vineyards under attack
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Taiwan Claims Italian Olive Pomace Oil Contains Green Colorant
  • CRAFT BEER
  • Beer, Pot and the Government
  • JUST CAN’T MAKE STUFF LIKE THIS UP
  • Firefighter puts out 18-wheeler with beer

  • January 09, 2014TOP NEWS
  • Invest more in wine brands warns sacked Treasury CEO
  • Winetasting Network starting over after problems
  • What Amazon doesn’t tell third-party sellers
  • So Are 2 Drinks A Day Really Too Many?
  • NZ Winery to Accept Bitcoin
  • Are Olives Next in the GMO Fight?
  • Silicon Valley Bank On Wine: What’s Going to Happen Next?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Proposed Freestone-Occidental AVA: an interim status report
  • Trinchero adding huge Lodi warehouse, distribution center
  • Nov. a big month for California exporters
  • Yucaipa gets its first winery
  • Sonoma Planning Commission to grapple with tasting rooms again
  • Figone to lead California Women for Agriculture
  • CALIFORNIA DROUGHT
  • Santa Barbara: D is for Drought
  • Calistoga reservoir drops to nearly empty
  • California has seen this kind of drought before
  • ICE ... WINE
  • Quebec’s ice wine industry prepares for battle
  • VineAlert program helps protect vineyards during frigid temps
  • NY: Cold Snap Threatens Vines In Finger Lakes
  • Northeast Ohio wineries to lose millions as subzero weather damages grape crop
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, M&A
  • Constellation: Whale Vs Minnow, Corona Bashes ‘tiny little’ craft beers
  • Markets see strong advances despite slumps
  • Stow Company acquires Distinctive Wine Cellars
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Mouton ’98 Rallies to Four-Month High
  • Collectors secure liquidation of hurricane-hit New York wine storage firm
  • Bordeaux Fine Wines: Wine deal leaves an expensive hangover
  • INDUSTRY DATA
  • Washington vs. Oregon Wine (Infographic)
  • MARKETING
  • Château du Blah Blah: Bordeaux Is A Turn-Off
  • Golfers Go Grape to Grass, (No ... Not THAT Kind Of Grass)
  • Naming a Wine is Different than Naming a Human Being
  • Blending Red Wine With Porter Ale: A Crossover Beer Worth The Buzz?
  • A Branding guidelines Lesson From Google Glass
  • SALES
  • Wine merchandising for dummies - Downton Abbey claret
  • What happens when the discounting stops? The Scottish experience
  • The12-Bottle Wine List
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Add mobile email to your wine marketing toolbox
  • Food & Beverages Among Worst Sectors To Build An Online Store
  • Vivino crosses three million users
  • Some small businesses pull data off US servers after NSA leaks, court ruling
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Nonino Grappa: Innovation Knocks At The Back Door
  • U.S. Payroll to Population Rate Falls to 42.9% in December
  • Immigration reform’s narrow window for survival
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Alder Yarrow Book Project Kickstarter Funding Successful
  • Evernote’s Phil Libin shows how to do startup PR the right way
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Vintners in pursuit of zin mastery
  • 30 winemakers under 40 to watch (part two)
  • OH CANADA!
  • 2014 - Year of BC Liquor Law Reform
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: Krause, Cinder Wines help turn Boise into wine country
  • MT: 340+ wineries can ship directly to Montana consumers
  • OR: Anheuser-Busch to buy Morgan Distributing
  • VA: Legislature looking at tweak to winery licenses
  • WA: A Red Mountain winery dream comes to fruition
  • ACADEMIA
  • WA: WSU introduces first student-made wine
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Playing ‘Where’s Waldo’ at the EPA
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Comment sought on 2,4-D assessment
  • Cooperative Extension Turns 100
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Entire vintage destroyed from famous clos in Burgundy
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Winegrape growers struggling with low prices
  • OZ: Riverland grape growers seek more price power
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Hey, foxy lady: Wine (marketing), woman and song in China
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Trentadue: Losing A Real Pioneer
  • 3,000 year old bin-end wine label deciphered
  • Wine and Warfare part 11: Beer and madness
  • JUST CAN’T MAKE STUFF LIKE THIS UP
  • £15m restaurant with 100 vintages of Yquem to open in London
  • CO: New Amsterdam and its pot supply—ready for weed tourism?

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