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September 10, 2013TOP NEWS
  • SJ Valley Growers To Rip Out Vineyards As Grape Prices Plummet
  • Wine: GR8!!! Says GR8 Not So Great, Files ® Lawsuit
  • Latino Winemakers Rise in California
  • San Joaquin County supervisors to clamp down on wineries
  • High wine prices? Pogo figured it out long ago
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Harvest in the Santa Cruz Mountains
  • Staring down Calif’s Harvest Tsunami
  • Early Santa Barbara grape harvest
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Pension fund plans Napa wine warehouses
  • Solano County Wine Grapes Thriving
  • Former Peter Mondavi Home Now Napa Valley Showhouse
  • Interview with David Duncan, CEO of Silver Oak Cellars
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Beam: Relying on Expansion and Innovation
  • Why Crimson Wine Group Could Be Worth $20
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Time Inc may buy Food & Wine, Other Am Express pubs
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Napa Valley Wine Futures
  • Wine Buyers Pay Record Prices at South Africa’s Biggest Auction
  • Burgundy’s auction success continues
  • 1855: the 12 new labours of Hercules
  • San Diego Wine Storage Picks Up Your Wine for Free
  • HEALTH
  • March Of Dimes Slams Drinking/Pregnancy "No Harm" Study
  • Study Says Alcohol Might Make You Socially Awkward
  • More Federal Funding For NorCal Anti-Alcohol Group
  • Wine : The Depression-Fighting Depressant
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • Trademarks: Creating, Protecting & Building Equity in Your Wine Brand
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • The Hospitality Side of Wine Service
  • Other people’s fantasies
  • The Vintage Point, Episode 1: Tasting Room Experience
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What wines are worth aging?
  • Ceilings for wine quality in Bordeaux
  • Are champagne flutes going out of fashion?
  • Extreme Sonoma
  • The Grape Heaven of Horse Heaven Hills
  • Extreme Wine Oregon: Big & Small, Old & New, North & South
  • MEDIA & BOOKS
  • Why we don’t need more TV programmes about wine
  • Loam Baby does Napa, to the sound of California Über Alles
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • Turkey’s first Master of Wine welcomes ’big life change’
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • GA: Chateau Elan gets big renovation, focuses on winery, vineyard
  • OR: Bug Raising A Stink
  • WA: Bob Bertheau of Chateau Ste Michelle
  • UT: Liquor sales continue to climb
  • ACADEMIA
  • New institute at UC Davis to focus on food, beverage culture
  • PACKAGING, LABELS & CORKS
  • PepsiCo seeks US patent to encapsulate beverage aromas within packaging
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • OR: Sustainability certification program grows
  • Experts downplay almond stress as cause of bee die-offs
  • Bordeaux embraces greener viticulture
  • Cloud Seeding Drifts From Beijing To Burgundy
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Interview: Stéphane Baschiera, Pres, CEO, Moët & Chandon
  • UK Chef goes loco over his racist wine merchant
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Top wines in the Asian media
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 12 Reasons Why Wine Is Better Than Men
  • Looted Wine Pitcher Heads Back To Afghanistan
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Research Institute in Chania Emerges as Greek Olive Sector Leader
  • OVER THE TOP, SELF-CONGRATULATORY, MISLEADING PR BULL***T
  • Seven Daughters Wines Brings A Splash Of Color To Women Nationwide With "Savvy Seven" Blog Panel
  • Really? "Leading" the craze? Leading? And the data to support that "leading" position is found where?

    CAN’T MAKE THIS STUFF UP

  • Pig steals beer, starts fight with a cow

  • September 09, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Calif’s Underground Water War
  • Stealth Casino Fears In Santa Ynez AVA
  • Restaurant Sales Off In August
  • Wine’s Price/Quality Disconnect
  • Vilsack Outlines Key Risks of Farm Bill Inaction
  • Wine Safety: Should you be Concerned?
  • Caymus owner approved for large Solano winery
  • Trefethen sues Hill Wine for nonpayment
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Hail-struck Bordeaux winemakers to top up with bulk AOC wine
  • Potentially Great Harvest in Temecula
  • Australia: fewer wine grapes, still too many
  • Lodi’s alternative wine grapes, headed towards photo finish
  • WI: Mitchell Vineyard harvest begins with cool-climate grapes
  • Harvest Reports: Useful or Useless?
  • How to Analyze a Harvest Report
  • CALIFORNIA WATER
  • CDFA & Water Commission To Hold Joint Meeting on Water Situation
  • Design of Eastern Carneros pipeline under way
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Diageo India posts 7% sales decline
  • Diageo outlines a new set of priorities
  • Pernod Ricard’s chief-in-waiting toasts a deal-filled decade
  • Pernod Ricard targets on-trade
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Cars, coins and stamps trump art, wine and jewelry
  • Collectors Swoop on DRC & Petrus
  • Right Bank 100 posts 13th consecutive monthly gain
  • Pavie 2008 Saint-Emilion Climbs to Record $2,500
  • HEALTH
  • Red wine - what’s behind its healthy reputation?
  • Are Young Women Who Drink More Likely to Develop Breast Cancer?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Anything But Chardonnay: Australia’s Wine Industry Fights Back
  • Apps for wine lovers find their social side
  • Screw caps: Not at all the “perfect” enclosure
  • How Consumer Perceptions Sulfites in Wine Influences Purchase Decisions
  • MEDIA & BOOKS
  • Expert Wine Reviews May Be Inferior
  • John Madden the wine critic?
  • France over Argentina: My readers vs. wine sales
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Chardonnay and Botrytis
  • The Wine Glass
  • Fruit flies show that diet experience can alter taste preferences
  • Terroirists very important to the future of wine and Argentina
  • OH CANADA!
  • Alberta: Privatized liquor 20 years later
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • LA: Ag dept. forms task force to help Louisiana wine industry grow
  • MD: Growing Grapes for Wine Program Grant Announced
  • TX: Once more on the wine trail in Texas
  • WA: Gov. Inslee to help break ground for WSU Wine Science Center
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Alpacas (not Llamas) - The Rock Stars of Biodynamic Farming
  • Researcher: Pomace full of promise
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Wine terrorism: meet the CRAV
  • UK Sales boost for Cape and Spain
  • Exploring Swiss Wine Country
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: ’Fabrication’ says Cloudy Bay after Moa Brewery accuses it of dirty tactics
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • A perfect day in Napa Valley
  • Little Tony of Italy, Bressan of Friuli and the chasm of cultural chauvinism
  • Q&A: Gina Gallo of E&J Gallo
  • Inside the head of Christophe Baron
  • Q&A: Ghislain de Montgolfier, Bollinger
  • OLIVE OIL
  • First ‘Oro Chile’ to Recognize Latin American Olive Oil Excellence
  • Slowdown in North American Olive Oil Imports


  • September 06, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Feinstein wants ICE to stop farm audits
  • Chile – wine production doubles in a decade
  • Calif 2012 Ag Tops $44 Bil, Grapes No. 2, Up 15%
  • Amazon China to sell Californian wine
  • R&D tax break for new way to make wine?
  • Will China ever be a wine superpower?
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • SLO Wine Grape Harvest Looking Good So Far
  • Beaujolais – small is beautiful
  • Rhone valley - Harvesting due to start 2 to 3 weeks later than last year
  • NY: Harvest Has Begun on Long Island
  • MO: Winemakers pressing away despite late harvest
  • NJ: Harvest volunteers taste the fruits of their labor
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Chappellet leaves family business
  • Point, Paul Mabray: The Missed Opportunities within the Wine Industry
  • Counterpoint, Steve Heimoff: The solution to Napa Valley traffic? Not social media!
  • Union workers petition for BottleRock arbitration
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Treasury Wine Estates Given “Buy” Rating By B of A
  • Beam to ‘make history’ with first global marketing campaign
  • Drinks Americas Signs With Southwest Wine and Spirits NM
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Gusbourne plans expansion and export drive after £7m takeover
  • Pichet Group acquires Chateau Haut Nouchet for €11m
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Super Tuscan Prices Surge Following Galloni Endorsement
  • Champagne is the new Bordeaux
  • A Sparkling Market for Vintage Champagne
  • Lafite ’09 Falls to Eight-Month Low
  • Aristocratic cellar comes up for sale
  • HEALTH
  • Sommelier Slams "Fierce" Anti- Wine Campaigns
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • NZ Sauvignon losing ground to Chile
  • Brand Building in the Wine Business, It Ain’t Easy
  • British Columbia Wines Stall in Home Market
  • China’s new consumers
  • Would You Buy A Wine Made By A Racist?
  • 3 Tips to Achieve Big Goals on a Shoestring Budget
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Two New Strategies For Vinitaly In China:
  • Call for trade to show support for wines from Lebanon
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • eRobertParker.com subscribers free app
  • Bordeaux chateaux open gates to Google Streetview
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Social media manners matter, job recruiters say
  • American dream starts in vineyard
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Châteauneuf That Proves Bigger Is Not So Bad
  • The UC Davis wine price challenge
  • The New Minerality: An Evolution in California Wine
  • The 7 silliest wine tastings ever screened
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • Eight new Masters of Wine announced
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • WA: Force Majeure names new winemakers
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Biodegradable packaging & healthy food from wine waste
  • Kinetics of Oxygen Ingress into Wine Bottles Closed with Cork Stoppers
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Top European Producers Back New Wine Industry Charity
  • Bumper crop of new MWs includes first-ever From Turkey
  • Surprise fall in UK on-trade summer sales
  • Bordeaux - Hail damage estimated to be in excess of 156 million euros
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Weird & Wonderful China Wine Labels
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Arrogant Frogs?
  • Wine Harvest in Greece Through The Eons
  • An introvert’s guide to Italian wine
  • Somm In Your Pants™!

  • September 05, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Clean Rootstock Shortage Threatens Washington Vineyards
  • Sonoma State Students Complete First Exec Wine MBA in the US
  • 4 Key Trends in the Wine Industry in the Past 20 Years
  • EPA using guns, body armor to enforce Clean Water Act?
  • Life at Syria’s only winery
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Mendocino County grape harvest looks ’fabulous’
  • Harvest is upon us: Prepare the bins!
  • Opus One Releases "Most Challenging Vintage" Ever
  • Lake County 2012 Winegrape Value Up 20% Over 2011
  • Harvesting hot, heavy on Washington’s Red Mountain
  • Champagne: 2013 vintage could be a ‘96
  • NY: Grape Prices Drop Slightly in Finger Lakes
  • IN: Dry weather benefits wine quality
  • AZ: Pillsbury Harvests Grapes, Wishes for an Early Morning Wine Tasting
  • MI: Wine makers say this year’s grape crop thriving
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Cal Poly wine program now officially a department
  • Napa Planners discuss impacts of wine industry marketing
  • Squeezing the SB County winery ordinance
  • Lakeport advisory committee hosts presentations on wine and real estate
  • North SLO County water war headed for court?
  • Calif Lawmakers pass bill allowing beer drinkers to refill growlers
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • WA: 670 Acres Of Red Mountain Vineyard to be Sold at Auction
  • Pernod Ricard eyes more acquisitions
  • OZ: Victorian winery enters voluntary administration
  • Bill Hardy praises Champ Private Equity’s commitment
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • Vivino First Wine App Preloaded to New Samsung Galaxy Gear
  • Concha y Toro celebrates its 130th with Instagram Contest
  • Hello Vino iPad App Has Free $50 Wine Voucher
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Trinchero Rolls Out New Rum Range, Sugar Island
  • Yao Ming’s Napa Winery Stoops to Conquer China’s Middle Class
  • ProWine sells out of exhibitor space
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Malbec in California? Mixed bag, emerging story
  • Peer pressure brings wine scores toward the middle
  • Wine judging at the California State Fair: An insider’s view
  • Walking the Soils of the Languedoc
  • Will the real Lambrusco please stand up?
  • The ultimate do-it-yourself wine review
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • Wine knowledge extremely limited among China’s wealthy elite
  • ’Everyday sommeliers’ among top wine trends for Canada
  • Less Glamorous Times For The Sommelier
  • MEDIA & BOOKS
  • Top 10 wines in the US press
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Wine Auctions Part 2: Maureen Downey Peers Into Her Crystal Ball
  • WINE PORN
  • Leslie Alexander’s Wine Club Asks For $50000 Initiation Fee
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol consumption and lymphoid and myeloid neoplasms
  • Rodents drink Champagne for better brain health
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • Why Managers Need to Support Their Millennial Workers
  • Why immigration reform is needed now
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Aging of Oregon Farmers Concerns Ag Department Chief
  • RI: Drop Sales Tax, Raise Excise excise tax
  • VA: Take a Guided Wine Tour of Monticello
  • WA: Winery ordinance will have devastating impact
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Refreshing Greece
  • UK Wine sales up as drinkers put the recession behind them
  • JC becomes UK’s only 1m case wine over £6
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: French-owned wine maker chokes Kiwi business growth
  • Wine Australia boosts its capability in the Asian region
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil has signature wines
  • Colombia’s new drinks passion
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Nigeria: Bubbles, brands and new consumers
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What’s the Difference Between Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio?
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • New Wine Business Market Manager at Saxco

  • September 04, 2013TOP NEWS
  • NZ wine industry deeply divided over Genetic Modification
  • High-end boutique wineries cannot keep up with China demand
  • Pesticide Megasuit plaintiffs file amended complaint
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Northwest Crop and vintage updates
  • Early Harvest For Solano County
  • Heat units for Oregon vineyards as much 22% above average
  • Cool summer to benefit Indiana grapes, future wines
  • New Bin Cover Keeps Harvested Grapes Cool, Protects Flavor In Transit
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Former Napa Vintners Pres On Consistency of WDO
  • Fresno State: Valley to see better economic times in months ahead
  • State’s water “situation” topic of joint meeting
  • Ray Chadwick Forms Chadwick Wine Consulting
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Pernod Ricard expands Champagne reach in China, US and Africa
  • English Winery Floats On Stock Exchange
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Champ Private Equity To Invest £10m In Hardys
  • Chateau Carmes Haut-Brion buys Haut Nouchet vines
  • English sparkling wine deal turns Ashcroft into fizz magnate
  • $2.6m Investment For Argiano Overhaul
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Cult Wines launches investment service
  • Fall Report: Maureen Downey Assesses The Global Auction Scene
  • Romanee-Conti With Cros Parantoux Leads Christie’s Sale
  • The top 10 most expensive wines
  • Acker kicks off autumn with a bang
  • HEALTH
  • The Myth Of Moderation
  • Addicts Turn Barrels Into $15,000 Chaise at Rehab Clinic
  • Heaviest drinkers in Australia are drinking more
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • The Truth About How Social Media Has Impacted Employees
  • Email: A mobile marketer’s secret weapon
  • VinoPRO Named Inc. 500 Company
  • MEDIA & BOOKS
  • Saying goodbye to the Golden Age of Wine Writing
  • Wine, Guns, And Nazis: A Sonoma Vintner’s Tale
  • Sicilian Wine, Postmodern Winemaking & a Wine Economics Textbook
  • Eight Good Books about California Wine
  • Millesima Launches Top Wine Blog Awards
  • The Vintage Point to Air First Show via Google+ Hangout
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Can you really use anti-terrorist technology to choose better wine?
  • Forget The Snobs—Good Wine Comes In Many Guises
  • Terroir is a right-wing idea?
  • Just Because The Wine’s Kosher Doesn’t Mean It Has to Be Bad
  • New Chinese Luxury: Pairing Wine With Duck, Not Sprite
  • Going Wild in Alsace – Yeasts, Elegance and Spontaneity
  • Does a “bacon fat” note make a kosher Syrah treif?
  • Buggy Over Bugey
  • REGIONAL NEWS
  • Virginia’s Millionaire Winegrowers
  • Wine For Sale in Texas Only
  • LEGAL MATTERS
  • Legal battle looms over Apple’s ’Champagne’ iPhone
  • A Good Reason to Boycott Champagne
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • Adelaide all set for Australia’s biggest wine conference
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • 40 Under 40 ag awards finalists
  • Group Proposes Better Education System for Pesticide Applicators
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Celebrating the National Protected Status obtained for the Hermitage hill
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Torbreck Ousts Founder Dave Powell From Winery
  • NZ: Wine supply kickbacks denied
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What is "Bottle Shock"?
  • Ceri Smith & Randall Grahm, new co-wine directors at Tosca Cafe
  • Historic Vineyards
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Portuguese Consumer Group Seeks Clampdown on Olive Oil Mislabeling
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Fess Parker Winery Appoints David Baird Assistant Winemaker
  • Pasternak Appoints David Brown as Chief Sales Officer
  • RANDOM WINE REVIEW OF THE DAY
  • From the Random Wine Review Generator
  • "A nihilistic Cran-Apple perfume and pathetic brussels sprout midtones are brought together in the 1994 Merlot from Chateau Leguine."

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