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April 23, 2015

April 23, 2015TOP NEWS
  • Can the Mosel, Burgundy and California Keep Pace with Climate Change?
  • Alsace Sparkling Legend Dies
  • Court of Appeals Gives Guidance on How to Implement Tiered Pricing
  • TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored Link*
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • An early start to the season includes plenty of frost protection activity for Mendocino County grower
  • Lodi growers step up pace to match a crop that’s coming on early and fast
  • INTERNATIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS
  • TTIP – denial in face of defeat
  • Why US and Europe Need Not Fear TTIP’s Secret Trade Tribunals
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Farmworker Health Program ¡Salud! Announces 2015 Season Including Pop-Up Wine Shop
  • The Wicked Wine Grapes of Rancho Salsipuedes
  • Ballad of East and West in Carneros (PDF)
  • A plea to North Coast to help coho salmon
  • Sonoma County’s Vineyards Reach Halfway Mark towards Becoming 100% Sustainable by 2019
  • USA Trade Tasting Early Bird Registrations Are Now Open: Save $740 If You Register Before 30 April 2015. *Sponsored Link*
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Sacramento-area water agencies call state drought program illegal
  • Brown administration to stick with strict conservation targets, despite court ruling
  • California cities fret over tiered water rates after court decision
  • What California can learn from Saudi Arabia’s water mystery
  • Food prices and the California drought
  • 21 reasons Seattle should sell water to California
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Direct wine shipment bill passes PA House panel
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Tesco is unique and its power of recovery should not be underestimated
  • Ste. Michelle Parent Corp. Altria Reports Mixed Q1 2015 Results
  • Kent winery Chapel Down hails “excellent” year as sales rise 21%
  • Pernod Ricard’s third quarter results shows sales improving
  • Concha y Toro joins old vine Carignan club in Chile
  • DISTRIBUTORS
  • Vintage Point Expands Portfolio With Three New Brands
  • Tools of the Trade: 10 Must Have Documents to Have Ready For Your Distributor *Sponsored Link*
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Big spender alert: Auction Napa Valley
  • Wine investing-without the hefty price tag
  • ALCOHOL, HEALTH, AND THE FRENCH PARADOX Click the link above for more news, articles and archives.
  • Is White Wine Healthy for Your Heart Too?
  • Perils and cures of a hangover
  • Addiction Treatment Center Calls For ‘Palcohol’ Ban By CA State Legislature
  • Ireland: Raise tax on wine with higher alcohol
  • INDUSTRY DATA & TRENDS
  • Wine Lovers Pay Premium For French Wine
  • Mexicans Outwork the Rest Of The World
  • WINE SELECTION AND RECOMMENDATION
  • A lesson from Japan for U.S. restaurant wine lists
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Is your level of service lagging behind the competition?
  • How Large Distributors Launch A New Brand *Sponsored Link*
  • PACKAGING, LABELS & CORKS
  • Libbey Inc. Announces Exclusive Agreement with Spiegelau: expands into premium glassware market
  • English Wine Project set to open a new bottling plant in the Midlands
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Doorman: Changing My Wine Delivery Life
  • An app that shows you Napa Valley’s organic wines and wineries
  • 7 Social Tricks That Will Help You Retain Followers
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • WineVine.tv launches video destination for global wine community
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • There’s only one good reason to buy wine: to drink it
  • The Inside Story of Krug Champagne’s Fanatical Pursuit of Perfection
  • Making wine for the pope
  • WINE PEOPLE
  • 5 Minutes With Yquem & Cheval Blanc’s Pierre Lurton
  • Here’s How One New Yorker Got Her Master’s of Wine
  • Phil Coturri: The Wizard of Green
  • WINE PLACES
  • The hills of northern Piedmont
  • OH CANADA!
  • ON: Grocery Gateway to start delivering wine, spirits
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Oregon Wineries Earn ‘B Corp’ Certification
  • 50 Years Of Wine Excellence : Oregon’s Willamette Valley
  • New York Times wine club on ice
  • Arizona wine industry matures, experts foresee potential gains
  • Cooper Vineyards VA: The dollar that changed a region
  • ‘Heart of the East’ wines are N.J.’s answer to Napa Valley
  • ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Why Buying “Organic” Wine May Not Mean “Pesticide Free”
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Effective control of caterpillars starts with a good monitoring program
  • Vineyard Planting Decision-Making Tool
  • Renaissance Yeast Introduces Ossia Organic Wine Yeast
  • Amazon will now let you rent a live goat
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK: Former Bibendum head of spirits launches new distribution business
  • IVDP sets out strategy for divergent Douro
  • UK: Brewdog plans to increase production fivefold in £25 million fundraising drive
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Newspapers chasing liquor industry dollars
  • Wine Australia launch Market Program Guide for user-pays activities
  • NZ to lead Sauvignon Blanc celebrations
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • New studies find that bees actually want to eat the pesticides that hurt them
  • Wine and Tea – Pluck Tea’s Unique Blends
  • Wine Physics
  • HEY MAN, WHATEVER FLOATS YOUR BOAT
  • Queensland MP caught dipping penis in red wine, blames media
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Kentucky Based First Fresh Named One of World’s Best Olive Oils
  • CRAFT BEVERAGES: BEER, CIDER WINE & SPIRITS
  • Wastewater: The Future of the Beer Industry
  • Spirits that Move Markets
  • American Moonshine Distillery Launching First Bottle of Liquor Into Space

  • April 22, 2015TOP NEWS
  • 84 of the 100 most famous wine brands in the world are French
  • The head of China’s biggest wine brand admits its wines are terrible
  • California raisins go back before the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Economic Confidence Index Holds Steady
  • TTB Compliance can be simpler. Here’s how. *Sponsored Link*
  • GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Winemakers in one of OZ’s premier wine regions have finished harvest early
  • INTERNATIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS
  • TTIP Negotiations: Why an Agreement on GIs Matters
  • Thompson faces tough vote on ‘fast-track’ trade bill
  • Trade war heating up among Democrats
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • California agriculture improving SJV air quality
  • Santa Rosa: Bottle Barn being sold to Marin investor
  • BottleRock Announces Celebrity Culinary Stage
  • USA Trade Tasting Early Bird Registrations Are Now Open: Save $740 If You Register Before 30 April 2015. *Sponsored Link*
  • DROUGHT/WATER
  • Farmers see no shortage of issues with California drought
  • Everything I thought I knew about water in California is wrong
  • Stop Counting on Individuals To Solve California’s Water Crisis
  • Regulating the drought in California: the drawbacks of a bottom-up approach
  • Delta Challenges Workshop, part 1: Delta land use, levees, and agricultural economics
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Indiana Senate backs bill loosening rules on wine shipments
  • Shipping: Wineries... Can You Keep Up?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Tesco reports £6.4bn loss – worst result in its history
  • Rémy Cointreau Confirms LVMH Exec Farnier As New CEO, Americas
  • How did Tesco get itself into such a mess?
  • Hedge funds cut losses on Tesco as supermarket shows signs of recovery
  • DISTRIBUTORS
  • Torres, COFCO to sign distribution partnership in China
  • Tools of the Trade: 10 Must Have Documents to Have Ready For Your Distributor *Sponsored Link*
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex Spotlight on Gazin
  • High prices at OZ wine auction
  • Sotheby’s Auction House Appoints BORN as New Global Catalogue Production Partner
  • INDUSTRY DATA & TRENDS
  • How Do Buyers Choose A Wine When They Are In A Hurry?
  • 2015 China imports: It’s France by three lengths, followed by Spain, Australia and Chile
  • WINE SELECTION AND RECOMMENDATION
  • Why wine competitions help consumers
  • How to Judge a Great Wine List
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Consumers value getting up close and personal with products and experiences
  • How Large Distributors Launch A New Brand *Sponsored Link*
  • PACKAGING, LABELS & CORKS
  • Pursuing Sustainability in Tuscany With a Zero-Carbon-Footprint Closure
  • Ball to Build Beverage Can Plant in Mexico
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Email subject line tips
  • 28 social media management tools rated, scored, and reviewed
  • Google ’Mobilegeddon’ Has Officially Arrived
  • PAYMENTS
  • Apple Pay trounces PayPal and Google Wallet in customer satisfaction
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine industry comedy more than a good drop in the tourism ocean
  • Five Decades of Wine: The Arc of My Career: Part 6: The Steve Heimoff Memoirs
  • Five Decades of Wine: The Arc of My Career, Part 7: The Steve Heimoff Memoirs
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Whatever has become of CA’s pinot blanc?
  • Klinker Brick aligns with two bold women-growers
  • La Crema Pinot Noir Handled With Care
  • Are You a Typical American Wine Drinker?
  • Wine Tasting, How Not To Do It
  • Cristal Champagne: The Wine of Tsars and Stars
  • En primeur whites: excellent vintage, but don’t overestimate the acidity
  • WINE PEOPLE
  • Nelson Mandela Inspired a Family of Wine Makers
  • In Italy’s Valle d’Aosta, winegrower Michel Vallet suffers gladly
  • Drinking With: Champagne Jerry
  • WINE PLACES
  • The Wines of Catalonia
  • Spotlight on wine industry in Margaret River, Australia
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • WSET receives award from the Queen
  • REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Washington Cities Compete for Wine Villages
  • Lewis-Clark Valley would add AVAs to Idaho, Washington
  • New York Times wine club members dry in New York state
  • Voters in Detroit suburb to be asked about alcohol sales
  • ACADEMIA
  • Plumpton launches UK’s first wine business degree
  • ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Wine industry, Earth Day share commonalities
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • New Fungicide For Wide Range Of Fruits, Vegetables In CA And FL
  • New Paper on Wine Yeast and Nitrogen
  • Why Iron Horse doesn’t dry farm grapes
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Swiss wine consumption falls to record low
  • The internet is becoming an increasingly important tool for teaching German consumers about wine
  • SIBA’s 800th brewer signals craft growth
  • UK: Camra rejects anti-fracking motion
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Hunter Valley overtakes Marlborough as leading region on NSW wine lists
  • OZ: Fix My Tax campaign launched
  • What’s next for New Zealand?
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Indonesian gov ‘opposes full alcohol ban’
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • So You Want to Start a Wine Cellar?
  • Appeal for original Dom Ruinart
  • CRAFT BEVERAGES: BEER, CIDER WINE & SPIRITS
  • Spirits Capital Partners Does Another Deal, This Time With Polish Vodka Brand Spud
  • Spirits Capital Partners Announces First Investment Partnership with Real McCoy Spirits
  • NY: Upstate women on tap to brew successful careers in beer
  • Nebraska senators advance package to help craft breweries
  • Crafty beer ’tea bag’ turns cheap lager into a special brew
  • Global Tequila Market Reaches Record High
  • Nine indicted over $100k Bourbon heist

  • April 22, 2015

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