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April 29, 2013TOP NEWS
  • House Reveals Agricultural Guestworker Proposal
  • Are Immigrants taking American Jobs?
  • Wholesalers Bribing NY Lawmakers?
  • Winebow Aims At 2 Mil Cases in 2013
  • NW 2013 Ag Outlook A Mixed Bag, Northwest Farm Credit Notes
  • A possible new way to manage water and snow in thirsty California
  • Consumers notice 'little difference' between Champagne and Prosecco
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Highway 12 traces Calif. wine history
  • Thinking about appellations, as a new fight flares in Sta. Rita Hills
  • Sharpshooter still feared in Wine Country
  • Shoutout to Gary Eberle
  • More about being in the Wine Business
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Petrus plans distribution change
  • GA: Vintner Group Acquires Quality Wine & Spirits
  • Corby, Wine Group Ink Distro Deal
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Pernod Ricard finds growth in emerging markets
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • When And Where To Sell Your Wines
  • DRC boosts El Bulli auction to $2.7m
  • Lafite ’82 Leads Christie’s Amsterdam Sale With Margaux
  • Bordeaux 2012: all about price
  • Ferran Adria talks El Bulli auction
  • HEALTH
  • A Circle of Hope to Prevent Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • Julie McIntyre: Lose weight on light wine?
  • Researchers Identify One of Alcohol's Key Gateways to the Brain
  • ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • The Present and Future of Wine Retailing
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wine Club Marketing Tactics: Email Drip Campaign
  • Budweiser launches Facebook-friendly ‘Buddy Cup’
  • 50 of the Best Wine Bottle Designs
  • Five of the best wine apps
  • How To Fight Showrooming
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • As Tastes Change, Sweet Wines Lose Their Ground
  • Global battle to cut price of a 'perfect' Australian wine
  • Why Everyone Loves Sancerre
  • Meet Professor Terroir
  • The mystery of Cava and Prosecco
  • Riedel rides again
  • Kickstarter, wine writing, and a Cheap Wine Book update
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: A New Benchmark in the Okanagan
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Wine Marketing With an Eastern Twist
  • FL: Wine on tap awaiting Scott's OK
  • NY: St. James winery application elicits complaints, praise
  • OR: Senate sends winery activity bill to House
  • WA: Wine grape growers dodge more spring frost
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • The Influence of Bottle Color on Wine Quality When Exposed to Light and Varied Temperatures
  • Good sizing, quality forecast for Mexican grapes
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK winemakers credit climate change for boom in bubbly sales
  • France Open to Selling Firms to China Buyers
  • Is Bordeaux Losing It?
  • Brunello's Soldera accused of 'deeply offensive' libel
  • Bordeaux Wine Council Opens Submissions for 2013 Program
  • Château where?
  • On Greek Wines, Tastings, Family and Sharing
  • Slovenia and Croatia row over red grape
  • UK: Pub beer sales fall by 50 million pints
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Barossa Valley Estate saved from administration
  • OZ: Oyster Bay says buying Barossa Valley Estates is just the start
  • OZ: De Bortoli Says Wine tax 'rort' undermining the industry
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • South African wine in China: Pinotage II to open this weekend in Beijing
  • THOUGHT-PROVOKING COMMENTARY
  • Italia, Quo Vadis?
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Woman gulps Champagne, swallows diamond
  • Can I get an ice bucket for my red?
  • My Other Half Wine Glass Set
  • Etching Boundaries, for Politics or God
  • Obamas Receive Wines & Spirits From World Leaders
  • Explore wine with a true expert - The Nation
  • My Other Half Wine Glass Set
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Spain Selling Less, Buying More Olive Oil
  • Court Finds Olive Oil Grades Mean Little to ‘Ordinary’ Consumers

  • April 26, 2013TOP NEWS
  • China, mass retail, Web to drive global wine sales, on-premise decline
  • Mendo grape grower fined $33,800 For Water Diversion
  • New York Faces New Wine Sales Restrictions
  • Why Craft Beer Is Constellation's Next Targets
  • Top 10 US Wholesalers Show Strong Growth
  • Restaurant hiring pressure increases in 2Q
  • Bill Introduced To Require FDA Labeling of GMOs
  • Gone in 500 Seconds: A Bordeaux Smash and Grab
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Wirtz, McLane Enter Missouri Via Alliance With MoBev
  • Buffett Trucking Unit Joins Wirtz in Missouri Wine Wager
  • PA: Liquor privatization battle moves to the Senate
  • WA: $20 million wine distribution center opens
  • Ste. Michelle Toasts New Rail-Shipping Facility As 14 Hands Surges
  • Chateau Margaux appoints US representative, plans direct sales of 3rd wine
  • Corby Distilleries to represent The Wine Group brands in Canada
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Do Napa Valley wines belong in a cellar?
  • California’s newly unemployed numbers jump
  • 3 million annual Napa Valley visitors spend $1.4B/Yr
  • Rethinking California Water
  • Wine Symposium Coming to Sonoma County
  • Great wine begins in a great vineyard
  • Allen Wine Group Expands
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Delegat's buys Barossa Valley Estate assets A$24.7M
  • $50m hit puts De Bortoli into the red
  • Swiss Stocks Decline, Snapping Three Days of Gains
  • Invest Like a Drunk: 5 Booze Stocks
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • En primeur prices out early: end of an era?
  • 2012 Bordeaux Sales Prove "Tricky"
  • Sotheby's to Auction elBulli Wine and Memorabilia in NYC
  • ElBulli wine sales to finance chzf's next big project
  • Bordeaux 2012: Palmer drops 1%
  • Margaux follows Mouton
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Rise Up, Restaurants and Set Fair Prices for Wine by the Glass
  • Light Wine: Good For Your Waistline, or Just Winery Bottom Lines?
  • Why you won’t find the word ‘organic’ on wine labels
  • Open the Taps in Florida
  • eWinery Solutions to Help Wineries Improve Traffic and Sales
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Screaming Eagle for Breakfast
  • When is a reserve not a reserve?
  • Young people ask the best questions
  • How To Know When Your Wine Has Too Much Oak—Part 2
  • Exploring Terroir and Balance in Santa Barbara County
  • Blends: the apex of a winemaker's art
  • Why I wish Wine Spectator gave sake 100-point ratings
  • ACADEMIA
  • Cornell Receives $4.7 Million for Geneva Experiment Station
  • Grape powdery mildew survey a Farm Press, UC Davis effort
  • Grape Waste Granola Bars?
  • Texas Tech Students to Present Research at ASEV
  • Winegrape biproducts yield healthful cooking ingredients
  • OH CANADA!
  • Alberta leads country in alcoholic beverage sale growth
  • PST/HST Transitions Cause Major BC Revenue Loss on Liquor
  • BC: Researcher honoured for work in pest control
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • WA: Young Woodinville winery is at the top of its game
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • New App For Californians To Rat On Pests
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Chateau Loudenne to be sold to Chinese Baijiu group
  • Hine Under the Hammer
  • Britain's sparkling wine producers are going from strength to strength
  • Centre for Wine and Civilization still needs more sponsors and funding
  • Côtes du Rhône growers warned against producing too much rosé wine
  • Rioja winery sues architect for €2m over leaky roof
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India: Govt to set standards for wine industry
  • Carrefour Spring Wine Fair 2013: Free booze and unintentional comedy in Beijing
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine Snob or Wine Geek? Take The Test
  • A Condensed Course in Sparkling Wine Production in Franciacorta

  • April 25, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Diageo Raises $3.25 Billion in Bond Offering
  • Twin Liquors Releases Statement On Federal Raid
  • Millenials Go ... Boom!
  • Specialty Crops Gain Attention in Farm Bill Talks
  • Call For EU Planting Restrictions To Stay Until 2030
  • Wine retailer association rebrands
  • Heavy College Drinking Could Increase Heart Attack Risk
  • Amtrak Wine Tasting Makes A Bad Situation Better On Broken-Down NYC To DC
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • In Memoriam Keith Patterson
  • Sonoma grower feeling good after bud break
  • Giumarra Vineyard hires sales, marketing representative
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • McIlhinney Renews Hope for Liquor Privatization
  • Variety: The Spice of Life for Direct Shipping?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Pernod Ricard sales rise in third quarter
  • Changyu Pioneer-A Q1 profit down 5.6 pct
  • Drink Up, Investing in Wine Stocks
  • Is This Liquor Really Quicker? - Motley Fool
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Bordeaux 2012: steady but unspectacular price drops
  • Bucking the trend: Pavie and Angelus 2012
  • Wine Investment And The Indian Market
  • Carruades de Lafite 2010 Drops 17%
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Top Social Media Strategies for Wine Marketing
  • The most important thing in the tasting room isn't always the wine
  • Chinese wine has come of age
  • Women of the Vine & WineDirect to Create Online Marketplace & Wine Club
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What they’re drinking: The Wine Advocate, Inc.
  • Bucking the trend: Natural wines at Gut Oggau
  • A Spanish Red Value that Puts California to Shame
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Nomacorc Announces First Zero Carbon Footprint Closure
  • Study: Adoption of GM Crops Has Environmental, Cost Benefits
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Top 10 wines in the US press
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: Wine Grapes Get Early Start
  • OR: The Great Official Oregon State Microbe Debate
  • TX: Late freeze affects wine growers
  • TX: Blanc Du Bois Symposium to be held in Cat Spring
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK: Minimum pricing - Drinks industry distorted evidence
  • Prošek v. Prosecco, the Story of Prošek Wine and Croatia’s Membership in the EU
  • Right Bank properties push their luck
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • The Wine Advocate announced its new reviewer of Argentine wines
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Su Birch to leave Wines of South Africa
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Bollinger's Ghislain de Montgolfier Admits Champagne Isn't Easy To Understand
  • OLIVE OIL
  • U.S. Producers Win Big at International Olive Oil Competition

  • April 24, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Truett-Hurst IPO Stumbles Over Red Flags & Confusion
  • Truett-Hurst: Insiders, Ownership, History and Conflicts of Interest
  • Millennials Drive Wine By The Glass Sales
  • Feds Raid Twin Liquors Headquarters In Texas
  • Brunello Consorzio suing Soldera for libel
  • French Winemakers Look Overseas To Boost Sales
  • Mysterious disease wiping out Aussie pomegranates
  • Secret talks would give SoCal water powers more clout
  • Internet sales tax bill jolts consumers, retailers
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Farmers work to protect grapes, river levels
  • Last Call for Leno's 4 a.m. Bar Bill
  • Napa winemakers discuss the region’s ‘more affordable’ Chardonnay
  • New festival mixes beer, wine and camping
  • Cal-State Fresno Honors President With Wine
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Wine industry must grapple with big health care, tax, estate changes
  • Vineyard appellation value can prune tax bill
  • HEALTH
  • Doctor Says Wine Makes You Ugly
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Branding: What's in a Winery Name?
  • Winemakers: Get Personal
  • 20-Liter, Recyclable Keg Program Launched
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Gregutt: Why making wine is making me a better critic
  • Are vineyard designates better than blended wines?
  • The accidental sommelier
  • The Natural Wine Market in New York
  • The Physics of The Champagne POP!
  • Gaglioppo: unique and profound wines from Calabria
  • OH CANADA!
  • What we can learn about open markets from wine and wheat
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Concha Y Toro Winery Inc Stock Downgraded
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Crillon Auction Raises $7.8 Million, Six Times Estimate
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MI: Alcohol Distributors Resist Booze Law Reforms
  • OR: Pinot pioneers
  • TX: Arlington awaiting word on whether wine sales petitions are valid
  • VA: Tianjin Commodity Exchange Signs 5-Yr Deal to Import Wine from Virginia Winery
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • The Beauty of Frost Protection
  • We Are Losing Prime Farmland
  • Old Records, New Bees Result In Major Study For Montana Ecologist
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • de Bouard and Casteja named in Saint Emilion legal challenge
  • Maison Giraud urges Champagne industry to use local oak
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Value Wine Buying Tips for Savvy Consumers
  • Randall Grahm… Dancing To A Different Doon
  • The Weird and Wild Wine-Drinking Games of History

  • April 23, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Truett-Hurst, IPO Stumbles, Price Reduced
  • What the Senate Immigration Proposal Would Mean for Wineries
  • Growers start vine work early to avoid labor shortage
  • Terlato Moves Into Artisan Spirits, Looks To Global Markets
  • Wine Advocate & eRobertParker.com Name 2 More Reviewers
  • Court Okays DOJ, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Grupo Modelo , Constellation Deal
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • North Coast Wine Industry Expo Now 2nd Largest in North America
  • Vineyard acreage expands in Sonoma
  • North Bay sees increase in craft breweries
  • V2 Wine Hires Dir/Natl Retail
  • WATER
  • California failed to spend $455M on water projects, EPA says
  • Plan may give outside agencies role in delta plan
  • Thirsty States Take Water Battle To Supreme Court
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Oct 1 Brings New Direct Wine Shipping Regulations to Montana
  • Does Size Matter? Absolutely, if You’re a Winery
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Lafite 2012 sells through
  • Bordeaux 2012: Lafite releases 'most affordable' vintage
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Women hit hardest by UK drink duty hike
  • How Alcohol Extremists Think: A Model of Delusion
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Industry reporting: the basics of wine reviewing
  • The Evolution of Our Love of Wine
  • Don't Taste Wine Blindly
  • The Vare Vineyard Tasting, Arlequin Wine Merchant
  • Domaine Chandon shows the impact of SO2
  • Decade of Drinking Wine with Indian Wine Academy
  • ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Climate change study full of mistakes: Chapoutier
  • USDA, Ag Groups Celebrate Earth Day
  • How Bordeaux Is Making Environmentally Conscious Wine
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • The Solution To Bad Wines By The Glass
  • ProWein Delivers the Art of the Deal
  • Winemakers Take A "Road Trip" Across The US
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Barefoot Wine's 'Get Rich Slow' Scheme
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • FL: Wine kegs may be on tap for Florida
  • IL: Lawmaker Proposes Wine Tax
  • NV: UNLVino co-creator tells 39 years of stories
  • TX: Liquor license for microbrewery, wine tasting room OK'd
  • VA: Salahi Oasis Winery Foreclosure Auction Scheduled For May 11
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Soldera’s “water into wine” & rumors of his expulsion
  • Garnacha, defending the native
  • St-Emilion Classification Committee Attacked
  • How an English expat joined the 100 point wine club
  • Henkell looking to cash in on Aussie wine love affair
  • Champagne does not need any make-up from other regions
  • 2011 Vintage Port Declarations Flow Down the Douro
  • Top 10 wines in the UK press
  • Croatian winemakers upset by EU label rules
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Small winery has big name - Otago
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • How to Love Italian Wine or Die Trying:
  • Wine tasting to benefit Sandy recovery
  • Wine thefts, Aussie harvest, sweet wine
  • Celebrity Vineyards, written by Nick Wise
  • The Old Sommeliers Home
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Improved DNA Tracing Puts Olive Oil Adulterers on Notice
  • Calif Olive Oil commission earns bipartisan endorsements
  • Turkey’s Olive Oil Exports On the Rise

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