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October 03, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Wine fraudster jailed over £760,000 scam
  • FL County Mulls Fetal Syndrome Warnings For Alcohol Sales
  • Ways Restaurants Serve Wine To Counter Recession
  • Craft brews lift beer sales surge
  • The Rise of Stronger Spirits
  • Magazines rebound, print not going away
  • Texas Wine Shipping Ban Morally Indefensible, Bad for Business
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Indian doctor, Mitch Cosentino partners in pureCru
  • SJCounty to hear expansion requests from Viaggio and Heritage Oaks
  • Update: Judge overturns Russian River frost regulations
  • Shawn Jensen has been named a partner at Moss Adams
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Hot temperatures affect Central Coast harvest
  • Pouilly-Fumé – harvest got underway on Monday
  • Warm harvest days mean tarantulas
  • Bordeaux 2012: The Wait for Red October
  • Syrian refufees exploited for Turkish grape harvest
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • U.S. teen drinking and driving rate cut in half in 20 years
  • Hard Liquor May Boost Heart Health
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • New Wine Brand Panders To Millennials
  • Viral Videos: Can Wine Brands Compete With Everyone Else?
  • Solving the Pricing Puzzle in Today's Wine Market
  • The Problem With Twitter and Wine
  • Wine: It’s just bidness
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 'Sideways' Hits the Stage, Complete With Wine Tasting
  • What Wine Lovers Should Watch For In Tonight’s Debate
  • Dubious Wine Achievements of Our Time
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Constellation: Second Quarter Earnings Sneak Peek
  • Head To Head: Diageo vs SABMiller
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The fiction of cult wine
  • Rhône varieties are the future for South Africa
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CT: Total Wine & More Moving Into state
  • FL: Orlando’s First Winery opens
  • KS: Reduced Requirement for Grapes Grown in Kansas
  • VA: First Virginia Wine Summit Affirms World-Class Nature of Top State Wines
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Precision Sensors Monitor Winegrape Water
  • Infrared technology in vineyard helps grow better grapes
  • New device for easier field brix levels
  • EUROPE
  • Bordeaux schoolchildren to learn about wine
  • Cultural entrepreneurship on the rise among Italian winemakers
  • German winemakers seek to win over the Chinese market
  • Italian wineries rediscover ancient grapes
  • THE UK
  • WaverleyTBS goes into administration
  • Bargain Booze reports sales lift as profits slip
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Riverland grapegrowers question levy
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • "Deal with Falabella and Corchos de Argentina gives us an added value”

  • October 02, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Accolade Yanks Aussie Brands From Constellation
  • WineDirect & Amazon Team Up
  • Drought conditions in California expected to worsen
  • Predicting the future of the wine business
  • Calif Gets $18+ mil in USDA specialty crop grants
  • USDA Handing Our $101 Mil in Specialty Crop Grants
  • Amazon wine, the less ambitious sequel
  • Amazon wine roundup
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Playing “what if?” with California wine regions
  • Winery reborn
  • Garagiste Winemakers Gear Up for Fest
  • Greg Miller appointed Director of Wine at Jordan Vineyard & Winery
  • HARVEST 2012
  • NY: Crush and squeeze time for local wine-makers
  • Harvest comes to end at Philipponnat
  • Loire: relatively plentiful crop in Sancerre
  • WA: Harvest Report October 1st 2012
  • Wine prices to rise after dry weather in Spain and Italy
  • Hot weather to yield better Finger Lakes wines
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo places acquisitions in Asia Pacific region 'high' on its agenda
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 Index rises 0.5% in September
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Moderate alcohol consumption may increase risk of atrial fibrillation
  • Lower Alcohol Wines Don't Alter Cardiovascular Benefits in the Rat Model
  • Wine: How good is it for your health, really?
  • DISCUS Commends 20/20 For Underage Drinking Correction
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Millennial Wine Marketing Misfire
  • Customers Use Social Networks for Customer Service Because They Can
  • Customer Service Week – More Than a Seven Day Celebration
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Should wine reviewers criticize pricing or just wines?
  • Oregon Winemakers define their own Pinot Gris style
  • Why Prosecco is charming the world
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Beer, wine 'summit' could boost several industries
  • OR: Elkton man finds a love in making wine
  • WA: Southern To Open Direct Warehouse Sales Stores
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Romania: eastern Europe's new Bordeaux?
  • Concha y Toro beefs up UK sales team
  • If U.K. Wants Bulk Wine, It Should Get It, Says Politician
  • European Commission lends weight to minimum pricing opposition
  • What makes a cru in the land of vin de pays?
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Sensitive land included in billionaire's successful bid
  • NZ: Winery with a winning message
  • NZ: High praise for an unsung hero
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Can South Africa Win the [U.S.] Wine Wars?
  • Video: Pinot Noir in South Africa - an emerging story
  • Sadie distances himself from Priorat
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • When life gives you a building slump, make eggs.
  • How Synthetic Corks Are Made
  • The Authentic Rusticity of Wine & Music
  • If you chill wine and let it warm back up will it damage the wine?
  • The Acid Test

  • October 01, 2012TOP NEWS
  • The Long Term Future of US Wine Sales
  • BC Liquor Privatization Cancelled
  • Grape Supply Loosens in Short Term
  • Calif Gov kills water, shade regs for farmworkers
  • Restaurant operators cautiously upbeat in August
  • Police Investigate Death of Santa Ynez Wine Grower
  • France may accept the little château on the prairie
  • China woos oenophile wine market
  • Changing India a vast untapped opportunity
  • Rothschild buys Marlborough NZ vineyard
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • California gets new laws to help farmers, ranchers
  • Napa weighs potential farmworker housing spots
  • Wine regions in land use push
  • Warming is challenge for wine country
  • Sharing Notes on Wine With 230,000 Friends
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Vintage 2012: Kings County wineries predict excellent year
  • Sierra Foothills Harvest News: Murphys/Calaveras County
  • WA: Harvest Report October 1st 2012
  • South Africa Cape 2012
  • 2012 Bordeaux Harvest News, Pomerol
  • To A Great Napa Harvest
  • Cult-status winemaker's busy path
  • AMAZON
  • Will Amazon Kill Local Wine Merchants
  • Problems ahead for Amazon's new wine business?
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Responsible drinkers are happier people, study claims
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Little Whiny Boys Inhabit The Wine and Beer Industry
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Accolade Wines Continues to Grow North American Presence
  • The FT questions wine fund valuation
  • RBC Capital Reaffirms outperform Rating on Diageo (DGE)
  • What should Fine Wine Investment Funds learn from the past ?
  • Hard Times In Europe Hit Nederburg Auction Takings
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Yellow Tail Makes a Big Bet on the Holidays
  • Chain stores are biggest movers of wine these days
  • French wines enjoying resurgence?
  • Overachieving wines in underperforming categories
  • MANAGEMENT
  • Opus One's Michael Silacci Explains What Makes Him Tick
  • What are Employers Looking for These Days?
  • Corporate Structure Can Turn Information into Currency
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Parker in the process of selling his ‘brand’ to Asian investors
  • Thirty Years of PR and writing
  • The Feiring Line, the real wine newsletter, coming soon
  • Writing About Wine
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Desensitization, adaptation and cross-adaptation - perils for wine tasting
  • Bad things you can say about wine
  • Tony Laithwaite and Hugh Johnson discuss wine trends
  • Northern Whites: wine in a cold climate
  • Napa Sauvignon takes a new stylistic direction
  • OH CANADA!
  • Vancouver wine-lovers stock up on 2009 Bordeaux
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NC: Elkin-area vineyard produces wine with an organic flavor
  • OK: Stone Bluff Cellars founders retiring, optimistic about finding new owner
  • OR: Mid-Columbia's juicy legacy
  • PA: Critics decry Pa. liquor board's in-house brand
  • TX: Abilene's first microwinery opens
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • New defenses against phylloxera and Grapevine fanleaf virus
  • Grapevine energy production viewed as a Generalized Supply Chain model
  • EUROPE
  • Georgian grape pickers show government's challenge
  • Search continues for NZ European head
  • THE UK
  • Asian wine boom forecast for Britain
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China: The New France
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Campaign puts Lebanese wine on the map
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Winemaking still a man's world, but women refining it
  • An awakening in the desert
  • Even wine critics are intimidated as wine lists grow longer, more complicated

  • September 28, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Beer Distros Gang Up On Internet Alcohol Sales
  • Wine and Food Importers Sweat Threat of Port Shutdowns
  • Calif employers now barred from invading privacy in social media
  • Deal Making & Valuations at Calif wine symposium
  • Constellation’s New Brands Strike Chord With Consumers
  • American "Amarone" - Another U.S. Name Theft
  • Floating in Wine's Sweet Spot
  • Is smaller always better?
  • VinTank Going Green
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Ceja's Arnold Drive winery fails first test
  • Healdsburg OKs Blanchard Tasting Room
  • Cars crush California wine grapes
  • HARVEST 2012
  • 2010 not a good Burgundy vintage?
  • Napa Harvest 2012... It's a Good Year to be a Grapevine
  • Grapegrowers report from the vineyards
  • Higher temps stress Calif. wine country
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: The business of wine
  • Customers should be in good spirits at huge Edmonton liquor store
  • BC Battles Zombie Bees
  • British Columbia’s rock and roll wineries
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • A Month With No Alcohol -- Six Days to Go
  • Report on Alcohol Ads & African-American Youth Flawed
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Aggressive Pricing Makes Wine Go Down Easier in Houston
  • What Wineries Can Learn from the NFL
  • In US, Floating in Wine's Sweet Spot
  • Wine buffs say cheers to downturn as prices stall at last
  • Wine prices spiral out of control
  • Lower-End Bordeaux Rises to the Occasion
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Who’s Your Daddy?: Tempranillo
  • Syrah vs. Cabernet: no comparison
  • Should You Lose Sleep Over Food-Wine Pairings?
  • Irony: How Apartheid Saved South Africa's Old-Vine Heritage
  • Will taste tell the tale on wine bottle closures?
  • Wine appreciation isn't always a matter of taste
  • How Does The Most Expensive Wine Taste?
  • First Word of the GREAT 2010 CA Cabernet Vintage
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AR: Grape, Wine Study Estimates $173 Mil Impact
  • NY: Gov. Cuomo to host beer and wine summit
  • OR: Wine Industry Buoys Employment
  • VA: Charmer Acquires Remaining Half Of Associated Distributors
  • WA: New Winery Opens Tomorrow in Tenino
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • On Dom Pérignon's Bubbly Trail
  • Rock Stars at Patz & Hall Wines
  • Mount Veeder: Cabernets Of Authority And Grace

  • September 27, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Jean Taittinger dies at 89
  • Amazon Gets Into Wine – AGAIN! (Updated Sept. 27)
  • Three Biggest Wineries Take Half the Growth
  • Online wine sales to double over five years, says economist
  • Nielsen: Summer US Alcohol Sales Pack a Pouch
  • Judge invalidates Calif's frost protection regs
  • UK Wine trade expects five more years of downturn before UK economy improves
  • 'Headwinds and tailwinds' of wine business seen at symposium
  • House bill would change who oversees H-2A farm worker program
  • The Wine Road To China Is Not Paved With Gold
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Volatile weather creates dramatic changes for California farmers
  • Economist dumps a bucket of gloom on Central Valley
  • California: The Next Fracking Frontier?
  • Wine Etc.: A star rises in California's Lodi region
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Caution Over Prices For 2012 French Vintage
  • Bitter weather ruins 2012 Beaujolais output
  • With red harvest under way, Napa growers monitor sugar levels
  • Indian summer leads to '15% wine' says UK vineyard
  • TX: Growers, vintners excited with year's grape harvest
  • OH CANADA!
  • Captivating Canadian Wine
  • BC: Black Sage Vineyard
  • A few words on concrete eggs
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Stories From the Wine Shipping Report You Need To Know
  • Turning Point in Wine Packaging
  • Report: Amazon ready to jump into online wine business
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Greek Credit Crisis Forces Winemakers To Adapt
  • Pernod: Czech Government to Ease Ban on Liquor Sales - Minister
  • Diageo NAmerica Named to Working Mother's 100 Best Companies
  • The Untold Story of Counterfeit Champagne
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Black youths exposed to more alcohol advertising , study finds
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • What’s In A Name? Why is the word ‘Chateau’ so Important?
  • The main keys to modern marketing
  • Why beer is more popular than wine
  • Kiwi Grocery discounts hurt winegrowers
  • The main keys to modern marketing
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Art, Artemis, And A Cautionary Tale Of On-Line Wine Review Stickiness
  • Heimoff Visits Gallo
  • Books for the Wine and Spirits Lover
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Malbec is Washington's new big thing in red wines
  • Broadcasting Baroque to the vines at DeMorgenzon
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MI: Established wineries groom the next generation
  • NY: State fair eateries ignore New York wines
  • PA: The 'grape wine ' says...
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • The many roles of water in grape vine growth and development
  • EUROPE
  • Bodegas Bretón for sale
  • Olympics-German wine 'Olympiad' accused of ambush marketing
  • French winemakers given chateau decision reprieve
  • Moët joins 2004 vintage releases
  • Errazuriz to make first sparkling wine
  • 100 Percent Grapes: Finding Natural Wine in Tuscany
  • THE UK
  • Argentinian wine goes from zero to hero with Naked Wines
  • Low-yielding Languedoc losing money in UK
  • Government's zeal for minimum pricing means 'pause' in industry co-operation, warns WSTA
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Farmers battle over winery waste water
  • OZ: The Barossa Valley comeback
  • OZ: Sometimes the show shouldn’t go on
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China's Fine Wine Counteroffensive
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • If you’re not supposed to sniff the cork, why does the waiter leave it behind?
  • Garibaldi's Last Stand : East vs. West
  • A funny story about a great Chardonnay
  • Looking Beyond The Classics For Great Wine Choices
  • Alabama keeps living up to Neil Young's expectations
  • VALID NEWS WITH A DANGEROUS ADVERT Consumer demand for beverages rises (CAUTION: Video autoplays with feloniously loud, ear-damaging sound. Do NOT click on this link if wearing headphones. Good article, health hazard advert.)

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