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November 15, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Global Wine Future Strong: World Leaders Poll
  • Anti-Direct Shipping Advocate, Granholm, To Speak In Santa Barbara
  • Premium Wines Drive Off-Premise Growth
  • OR Appeals court tosses out ‘right to farm’ challenge
  • US House Selects Water Resources Conferees
  • US beer consumption increases
  • Developers Threatening Mexico’s Wine Industry
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Halls completing ambitious winery in St. Helena
  • Foley Buys Share of Napa Valley Hotel Calistoga Ranch
  • SF Presidio bunker’s new duty - wine cooler rental
  • Calif Wine targets China’s young professionals
  • Farm Appraisers Tap Calif agribusinessman For President
  • Paul Hobbs now US importer for Argentine Pinot Alto Limay
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • DTC Symposium Speakers Announced
  • Regulation changes in MI Legislatiure
  • Granholm v. Heald and the Wine Industry
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • ID: Hat Ranch Winery purchases Vale Wine Co. in Sunny Slope area
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • 20% of French premium wines could be fake
  • Leoville Barton ’05 Slides to Seven-Year Low on Liv-Ex
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Sub £25 Bordeaux quintessential wine in China
  • French retailer price battle ’threatens’ Champagne image
  • A Tale of Two Downton Abbey Wines
  • The Cautionary Tale of Hairy Vaynerchimp
  • CONSUMER BLENDING PROMOTIONS
  • Judd’s Hill: Blend at Home, We Bottle For You
  • Northstar Winery opens Blend-Your-Own Experience
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • London’s new breed of wine fairs
  • Strong showing at alternative Aussie wine sho
  • ProWine China commences in Shanghai
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • One More Reason NOT To Subscribe To The SFChron
  • Jeff Siegel deflates wine snobs
  • Camplese Joins NYCR Team Covering Long Island
  • What’s in a name? For wine, a lot
  • Newspaper Food Fight
  • Film Stars Winemaking California Monks
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • BC: Diversity versus uniformity
  • Heimoff Briefs: TCA Fears, Bogus Wine Shortage, More
  • Plush lush, but no shoe-in. Bordeaux 2009
  • GMO Wine: not in my time
  • For wine lovers, the nose has it (even if words don’t)
  • Grape Hyperselection: is it a good thing?
  • Q&A with Sandro Saadé, one of the leading winemakers in Syria and the Lebanon
  • WINE EDUCATION
  • WSET launches level three course in Chinese
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: wine sales ring up records
  • VA: Cider Week –& A Hard Cider Primer
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • WWF encourages talks between wine and cork industries
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Key Technology Introduces the VitiSort Wine Grape Sorter
  • AgroThermal Systems Announces NZ Trial Results
  • Randox Technology Accredited By Bordeaux wine institute
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Alentejo wine exports to China up 170 percent
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Did you know the government makes wine?
  • OZ: Grape merger announced
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wild grape wine enthusiast on an unusual passion
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Law changed in Cape Town to permit Champagne breakfasts
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Don’t Taste Alone
  • Wine Dogs: Raven of Chimney Rock
  • The Joy Of Selecting The Right Wine: Katherine Cole’s New Guide
  • JUST CAN’T MAKE STUFF LIKE THIS UP
  • Bolivian forces find $2 million cocaine stash hidden in wine bottles
  • Amtrak Serving Free Wine to Steak Loses Millions on Food

  • November 14, 2013

    November 14, 2013TOP NEWS
  • Cognac Trumps French wine imports to US
  • Cal, Wash, Ore Team Up For joint UK tasting
  • Wine shortage? No need to panic, say vintners
  • Craft Beer and Wine at a Crossroads
  • WineAmerica Expands its National Network
  • BiPartisan Slam Against Obama’s Pacific Trade Pact
  • Agricultural objects that made America (Cal Wine #4)
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Duckhorn Quacks NW Market
  • Santa Ynez Liquid Farm opens new winery space
  • Linden Winery Signs With Vietnam Distrbutor
  • Wine veteran launches Sonoma Cider
  • New Tehachapi Vineyard Paying Off
  • Sonoma winery owner unveils film about wild horses
  • Second SB county winery ordinance workshop set
  • William Cole gets extension to comply with winery permits
  • Greg Clark in line to become Napa’s next ag commissioner
  • SJValley air meets a former EPA standard
  • HARVEST 2013/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY
  • Virginia winemakers question ’global wine shortage’
  • Harvest Report From Oregon’s Natural Merchants
  • Harvest winds down in Washington
  • 500 Oregon wineries produced 50K tons in 2010
  • NY Vineyards enjoy ’off the charts’ year
  • DISTRIBUTORS, DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • The Best Dressed, Wine-Drinking Crooks
  • Tenn. grocers shoot for breakthrough in wine legislation
  • Wine battle: Tennessee grocers go after sales ... again
  • Former Congressman Joins PLCB Board
  • Total Wine Hits Roadblock In Minnesota
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • Is Treasury Wine Estates undervalued?
  • Crimson Wine Group Stock Update
  • The Warren Buffett Bull Case For Diageo plc
  • Campari sees results improving
  • FINANCE, M&A
  • Northwest Winery Dealings Continue
  • INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex: investors should consider price vs points
  • Bidding war hikes price for Moet 1914 Champagne at Sotheby’s
  • Moët collection sold for £147k
  • Liquor Beats Wine As An Investment
  • Latour ’08 Slides to Lowest Level Since 2010
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol has little effect on breast cancer risk in African-American women
  • Most Calif produce had no detectable pesticide in 2012
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Veuve Clicquot’s New Packaging Transforms Into Its Own Bottle Chiller
  • Pinot Noir takes over as most popular restaurant wine order
  • How many beer brands can you name? How many wine labels?
  • Wine marketing career took a turn in hit movie SOMM (video)
  • TRADE SHOWS & CONFERENCES
  • 60 California wineries at “ProWine” China trade show
  • SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH
  • This is the perfectly likable Instagram image
  • Brand.com launches program to remove "lies and libel" from Google
  • MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT
  • ICE audits two Washington fruit companies
  • Boehner Leaves Immigration Bill Future Murky
  • Conducting a Successful Product Recall in a Social World
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The World Atlas didn’t get Paso Robles right
  • Gut Punch!- SFChron to End Standalone Food Section?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Kosta Browne: Pinot Noir For Novices
  • California Wine: Certification Beyond Organic
  • Coast is key to Argentina’s wine future
  • OZ: New breed of sommeliers give wine a fresh flavour
  • WINEMAKERS
  • Luigi Bosca And The Changing Tastes Of The World’s Wine Consumers
  • Lunch With Nicolás Catena -- The Mondavi of Argentina
  • For Lodi’s newest winemaker: floral grapes and possibilities
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Oregon State U Report Finds Negatives of Farm Chems on Amphibians
  • Quick Care Tips For Postharvest Grapes
  • Are Table Grapes The Next Big Commodity In Missouri?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Sweet Bordeaux takes action
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What to Drink When the Holidays Stress You Out: A Chart
  • Wine With Strings Attached
  • My Wine Won’t Stop Crying
  • What is Verjus?
  • "Chardonnay With Bubbles": The Story Of Ruinart Champagne
  • OLIVE OIL
  • Roll-On Olive Oil Prevents Soggy Bread

  • November 14, 2013

    November 13, 2013

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