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May 18, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Grape Gluts, Shortages & Facebook’s IPO
  • IPO Rerun Special: Do people actually buy wine on Facebook?
  • Turnover At Lot18: 4 Senior Executives Gone
  • Restaurants use Facebook Offers, ordering to boost sales
  • Is the fog of fraud dampening fine wine prices?
  • As the U.S. grows more diverse, the wine industry remains white
  • Constellation Signs Distribution & Broker Agreements in 14 States
  • Washington vineyard owners seeking Napa buyers?
  • Jackson Family Wines Launches Pinot Noir-Only Brand
  • Wappo Indians want to reclaim Napa & Sonoma land
  • Justin Winery expanding in Paso Robles
  • Winery opens in Murphys
  • Domaine Chandon Looks To Boost On-Premise Presence
  • California Grape Shortage: Fact or Fiction?
  • 7-Eleven Pioneers Innovative Idea in the Fight Against Illegal Underage Sales
  • The Bitter Economics of Sweet Wines
  • Grow Your Business Faster by Sharing the Wealth
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lodi Winery owners fight moratorium
  • California Wine Institute officially sets up office in China
  • Jean-Claude Berrouet Joins Twomey Cellars as Winemaking Consultant
  • Spelletich Winery broadens business
  • Wines just wanna have fun
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Wine investment prospects 'positive for 2012'
  • Liv-ex: Penfolds Grange 2007 released
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • 9 Ways to Improve the Signal to Noise Ratio on Twitter
  • Are New Wine Brands Targeting Women Low on Substance?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Finish Your Wine – WSU Researchers Explore White Wine Finish
  • New glass will revolutionise wine, says French creator
  • The Threat and Shame of Natural Wine
  • Could science kill the magic of wine?
  • Removing the mystery, intimidation of wine choices
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • The Beard Awards and regional wine
  • PA: Shame on Wine Shipping
  • WI: New Viticultural Area Will Put Door County On The Map
  • EUROPE
  • Chianti classico could have own ‘icon’ wine
  • Barone Ricasoli to register 'Brolio' Sangiovese clone
  • Bordeaux 2011: Hong Kong buyers holding back as releases continue
  • German exporters toasting euro weakness
  • Charles Heidsieck champagne moves to Liberty
  • Greek winemakers see crisis as glass half-full
  • THE UK
  • Malbec World Day boosts Argentinian premium sales at Majestic
  • The Proust Questionnaire: Randall Grahm
  • Novum backs Indian wine with second listing
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Company revolutionises viticulture practices worldwide
  • NZ: Winery and hospitality business up for sale for first time
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • World Wine Purchase Expo is held in Shenzen

  • May 17, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Labor firm settles federal lawsuit over local vineyard workers' treatment
  • Sierra Club loses vineyard parcel split case
  • In US, Wine Consumption Stays Steady
  • Shortage? Ot Not? Are Growers About To Over-Plant Again?
  • Grape Growers Hear Good News
  • Justin Vineyards Focuses On Quality With New Vineyards, Winemaker, Label
  • U.S. Court invalidates NLRB election 'ambush' rule
  • ‘Confusing’ EU wine labelling rules unfit for consumer needs
  • Chilean Wine Enters the Big League in Asian Auctions
  • How big is that vineyard? Franzia/Bronco edition
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Wine Consumption May Not Lower Mortality
  • Health Groups Urge Obama: Don't Water Down Alc Bev Calorie Labeling
  • Ban alcohol adverts across Europe, urges alliance of experts
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Washington Liquor privatization sales go to state's high court
  • Pennsylvania wine lovers have reason to whine
  • Direct shipping and underage drinking
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Two wine buyer delegations from China coming to Lodi
  • Driving & Drinking: Chevrolet building to become winery
  • Women for WineSense celebrates its roots
  • Buellton supports wine groups' position
  • Lodi balks at proposed crackdown on winery events
  • Napa Valley wineries need to develop their own 'look'
  • Silver Rose developer hopes to break ground within a year
  • The Biggest Myths About Napa Valley
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • SecondMarket Acts to Offset Facebook Fees By Selling Wine
  • Stamford Targets $100 Million for Bordeaux Wines, Jade Antiques
  • Calon Segur trades on secondary wine investment market
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • What’s In A Name, Anyway? Releases From Not-Quite-Family-Named Brands
  • Fresh & Easy Expands Wine Range for Summer
  • Passive-Aggressive Wine Store Owner Helps a Customer Choose a Wine.
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • New Crush25 Facebook Application Empowers Amateur Winemakers
  • Clout vs. Klout – Or the Real Meaning of Social Influence
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The way bloggers are now being pitched - What a laugh!
  • Inside the oenophilic mind of Jay McInerney
  • Wine Economist Milestones
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The irrelevance of terroir (to most people)
  • 2010 vintage, revisited
  • When it comes to wine, no one likes it hot
  • The 2 most common winemaking mistakes
  • Restaurant Rip-Offs To Avoid: America's most expensive corkage
  • Solving the Mystery of the “Coury Clone”
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MN: Southern Wine & Spirits Enters New Phase of Growth
  • OK: Novice grape growers invited to Field Day
  • EUROPE
  • Change at the top of ProWein
  • Merchants: 2011 campaign “worst in recent memory”
  • Liv-ex:Calon Segur 2011 finds a market
  • THE UK
  • Indies buy wine direct to benefit from euro exchange rate
  • England and China noted in rules of wine
  • English wines step up presence at LIWF for Jubilee and Olympics
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Illegal foreign workers taken into custody in Northland
  • OZ: McWilliam's recalls fortified wines
  • OZ: King Valley ruling in its own right
  • NZ: Vineyard sales pick up
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Reaching the New Chinese Consumer
  • 80% increase of imported wine to Hubei provice
  • 280 cases of disqualified imported wine destroyed in Wenzhou
  • Imported wine via Lianyugang port surges

  • May 16, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Black Box Looks To Maintain Double-Digit Growth
  • Shift in grape market impacts North Coast wineries, grower
  • Technomic: Fast-casual restaurants ahead of industry growth
  • Wine By The Glass Is For Chumps
  • $716 million judgment for selling alcohol to minors
  • English wine beats Moët in blind tasting
  • The new rules of wine you don't know
  • Ledson plans new Kenwood winery
  • TTB Proposes Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley AVA
  • California wine: Argentina’s biggest competitor
  • An Aussie winery built of straw
  • Recent Court Opinion: Abandonment & Termination Of a Vineyard Lease
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Alcoholic beverage brands seek social media connections as Millennials come of age
  • Conference Gives Wineries Tools to Succeed in Direct Shipping
  • The Best of Booze Memes – LOLz!
  • Bachelorettes, locavores and quality wine in America
  • How are you marketing on Pinterest?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Willamette Valley Vineyards Posts a Profit for Q1 2012
  • Alcohol sales back on Coca-Cola agenda
  • Liv-ex: Bordeaux 2011 release recap
  • 1774 vintage French wine sells for $49000
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why Rating Wine Is Bad Science
  • Bacteria, not blending, brings complexity
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Effort aims to give Lodi a better reputation
  • Delta plan draft released
  • Tulare County Supervisors challenge UC water study
  • Celebration of Life, Rededication of Wine Library
  • EUROPE
  • Spain: The new conquistadors of wine
  • Sour Grapes For Estonian Wine Business
  • Bordeaux Futures Hit the Market, But Is Anyone Buying?
  • Flood of 2011 en primeur releases sparks new life into campaign
  • Champagne 'capsule thieves' arrested
  • Bordeaux 2011 - Super Tuesday: Over 40 releases overwhelm negociants, merchants
  • THE UK
  • Top reasons to go to LIWF 2012
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • French Vintners ally to crack down on counterfeit goods
  • Changing, Changing Chinese Wine Market
  • Masters of wine: Institute to hold 3 Master Classes at Vinexpo Asia Pacific 2012
  • Report: French Dominance Of China's Wine Market Set To Slip
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Terroir Capital Brings South Africa’s Mulderbosch In-House
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The physics of wine bottle opening
  • Keep and Carry Leftover Wine
  • Lotto scammers wash their cars with Champagne
  • DIAL M.W. FOR MURDER

  • May 15, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Global Supply: Bumper wine crop predicted in Chile
  • Import/Export: Aussie farmers welcome falling dollar
  • Ascentia Spins Off Ste. Chapelle Winery To Precept
  • Alcohol consumption increases sexual assault risk: New Study
  • Cool wine regions to benefit from research on new pathogen
  • Protecting Wine From Transport Heat Damage
  • Chapoutier considers legal battle with concrete egg maker
  • Wine flows, warehouse vacancy slows
  • Tight, Fat, and Uncorked: Three Wine Scenarios
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo begs for mercy. Asks BrewDog to stop “witch hunt”
  • Diageo trimming Greek marketing, has contingency plan
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lodi Names New Exec Dir For Winegrape Commission
  • California's New Water Wars
  • Critic blasts newest plan to 'save' the Delta
  • Antioch OKs zoning change, clears way for winery
  • Wine Country DUI Investigation
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • When does a wine critic cross the line and become a brand advocate?
  • My hero, wine forger Rudy Kurniawan
  • Uncomfortable Truths: The Wine Edition
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Cono Sur pushes chilled Pinot Noir
  • Wine competitions: is bigger really better?
  • Study Finds that Great Wine Tasters are Born that Way!
  • Wine.com Offers Personalized Recommendations
  • New wine glasses aim to balance "water and fire"
  • Evaluating the taste and cost of "Two-Buck Chuck"
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Formalization of Wine’s ‘Fifth Column’: Third-party Marketers
  • Finally – A Promising Buzz in the Social Media Marketing Atmosphere
  • Buying Local Wines: Does the Idea Travel Well?
  • Glass stopper looks cool, but only a few wineries use it
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Mobile Bottlers Pop Up in Midwest
  • Villa Maria Estate Celebrates 50 Years of Exceptional, Family-Owned Winemaking
  • AZ: Check Out the New Arizona Winery Hops and Vines
  • OR: Drivers Can Buy A Specialty License Plate Highlighting Wine Country
  • VA: Supreme Court rules in favor of Marterella Winery
  • WA: Seattle Area Wine Sales & Tasting Center Closes
  • EUROPE
  • 5 tips for a successful En Primeur Campaign
  • Haut-Brion emerges with hefty price cut
  • Shipwrecked Champagne to be auctioned
  • THE UK
  • Rebranding planned for Laithwaite's Wine
  • UK importer takes 'largest-ever' list from Finger Lakes
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine region survey points to boycott over CSG
  • OZ: Coles and Woollies not entirely to blame for supermarket wars, Dick Smith tells Inquiry
  • NZ: Mission buys failed Marlborough winery
  • OZ: Bright star invigorates
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese wine market grown by 20 percent
  • China's wine investment market cools down
  • China winemakers seek to compete with the French vintners
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil targets Argentina with trade licenses
  • Uruguay exports focus on quality
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Edible 'stop signs' in food may halt overeating

  • May 14, 2012TOP NEWS
  • The $1,000 Wine App: PA Pushes The Envelope of Cluelessness
  • Updating the Mendo Wine Co Shuffle
  • Component in red wine may hold answers in Alzheimer's battle
  • The value of social media customers
  • Are celebrity wines worth the price?
  • Wines Targeting Women Are Long on Legs, Short on Flavor
  • SWE Signs Chandler & Co. for Marketing Outreach
  • Sideways adapted for stage, premieres this month
  • Wine Glut Looming in Aussie Cool climate regions?
  • Corked Champagne: Under fire Stelzer responds
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Vintners Co-Op, MA Silva expand to Napa Valley
  • Steelhead trout lose out when water is low in wine country
  • Buellton supports wine groups' position
  • Chardonnay Symposium returns to Santa Maria
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo: Greek Euro Exit May Hurt Sales
  • Liv-ex: Critics favour top Right Bank 2011s
  • Diageo should have let Tweeting dogs lie
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Alan Kropf and the 4 pillars of wine marketing
  • Is the Half Bottle Half Full or Half Empty?
  • The Problem with Wine by the Glass.
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • NY mag on the Rudy K saga
  • Lit Life: Q&A with Mike Veseth, professor of wine-economics
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Interventions in winemaking, or “natural” vs. “unnatural” wines, part 2
  • Raisin the Brick and more!
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA:Wineries' Ag Designation Means Thousands in Tax Breaks
  • MD: Wine law brings 'Maryland into the 21st century'
  • NC: Wine Industry Is A Cash Cow For The State
  • NY: Dr. Frank Wine Cellars celebrates 50 years
  • PA: Direct shipment of wines could be expanded
  • TX:Three winemakers open 4.0 Cellars
  • EUROPE
  • France government campaign encourages China to look beyond Bordeaux
  • Brunello promo to provide Bordeaux alternatives
  • The Languedoc Paradox
  • Margaux joins growing en primeur releases'
  • Rare La Mission-Haut-Brion the star attraction at auction
  • 90 euros for Cos d'estournel 2011 : “This is part of our strategy for positioning our brand”
  • THE UK
  • Amorim becomes patron of WSET
  • Acker prepares for “greatest auction” of 2012
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Mission Estate buys substantial Marlborough vineyard
  • OZ: Famed winery and hospitality business up for sale for the first time
  • OZ: Corked Champagne: Under fire Stelzer responds
  • OZ: The map of Australian wine has changed rapidly
  • OZ: Winegrowers adding olive trees in Hunter Valley NSW
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Is China seeing a slowdown in bottled wine imports?
  • Of red wine and red capitalists
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina's Trivento moved its sales dept to Chile
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • WOSA calls SA wine farmers “ignorant”
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • One Man's History of Italian Wine in America,1977-2012
  • Wine On A Plane!
  • Five Ways Not to Buy Wine

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