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May 07, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Wine Prices Stay Low Because Of Sluggish Economy
  • New@Vintank: Social CRM with your Facebook Fans
  • Naked Wines invests $8m in 22 winemakers in USA and Australia
  • A New Alcohol Toy—And Why It Will Be Banned Quickly
  • When You Get a Gold Medal, What Should You Do With It?
  • Cork has let us down: Henschke and Riggs
  • Calif delays releasing Bay-Delta draft
  • Get Ready For The Coming Food Safety Modernization Act Implementations
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Constellation Down 7% Pre-Market After Insider Selling
  • Sotheby's pops its own cork
  • Drinks America: Q4 Revenue Up 54%
  • Diageo Said To Be Close To A Cuervo Deal
  • Diageo to end funding of Heartland Institute after climate change outburst
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine judging: Are 3 opinions better than 5?
  • Interventions in winemaking, or “natural” vs. “unnatural” wines
  • A few thoughts on reduction
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Groceries seeking ways around wine sales ban
  • OH: Late frost wreaks havoc on grapes
  • OR: Tracing the fruition of state's wine industry
  • OR: Chardonnay Meets Promise
  • WA: Wine industry's a bright spot for state during tough times
  • EUROPE
  • French organic wine quality mixed
  • Denmark: Beer and wine sales plummet in first quarter
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Sales offer whiff of hope for Rathbone winery
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Australia wine exported to China down 22%
  • India's much-trumpeted wine boom fails to bear fruit
  • China leans towards whites
  • Inner Mongolia winery Hansen fights fakes via bottle design
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Aglianico: The Untold Story
  • The antioxidant health drink scam
  • Avocado oil better than olive oil?
  • Garlic compound can prevent food poisoning

  • May 03, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Diageo Third-Quarter Revenue Rises on Emerging Markets
  • Wine prices in 2012, one more time
  • Nothing Like A Good FTC Probe To Bring ANOTHER Headache To Wineries
  • Wash State U Announces $5 M Investment For Organic Ag Farm
  • Laithwaites introduces Amazon-style wine recommendations
  • Clock ticks on Koch case over fake Jefferson wine
  • Napa group to hear report on economic impact of immigration
  • Wine Fundamentals Class Offered in Webinar Format
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex: Champagne and Burgundy prices hold firm
  • Central European Disto to Host Q1 2012 Call
  • Diageo's Emerging Promise
  • Constellation Brands and Crown Imports Ring in Cinco de Mayo at New York Stock Exchange
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red Wine Consumption & Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Study examines red wine's anti-aging ingredient
  • MANAGING
  • The Path from a Social Brand to a Social Business
  • Business Manners that Pay
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Wine Shippers From Forest Floor
  • Winery Tank Temperature Control System Delivers Major Power Savings
  • Functional Technologies Announces New Wine Yeast Strains
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CO: Olivia Wilder's listeners love us (and more reports from DLW)
  • NJ: Opens Up to Direct Shipping
  • TX: State's Wines Are Talk of the Town
  • WA: New winemaker quickly finds fit
  • WA: Valley wine pioneer returns to her roots
  • WA: Total Wine Reveals First Washington Location
  • EUROPE
  • Chateau Montus suffers 50% hail damage, Bordeaux flooding
  • White Burgundy Looks Beyond the Mystery of Premox
  • THE UK
  • "English wine now deserves to be taken seriously"
  • English vineyards hope for bumper harvest
  • Wine-drinking etiquette if ever in the Queen's presence
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Mixed bag for wine production
  • OZ: Beer Drinking Slumps to 65-Year Low
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Thailand's grape hopes
  • Many Older Vintage Wines in Asia 'Suspect'
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina: Lower grape volumes and excellent quality
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South Africa pioneers ethical seal
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What's the ROI on Rose?
  • Italy's lesser-known winemaking regions
  • Brad Pitt to Star in The Billionaire’s Vinegar
  • Rock Band Train Ventures Into The Wine Industry (VIDEOS)

  • May 02, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Geyser Peak Sale Pending, Ascentia’s Demise Close
  • Aussie Wine Set To Boom Again?
  • US to review online marketing of beer, liquor and wine
  • Direct Wine Shipping Comes to the Garden State
  • Castel fined for infringing trademark rights of Robert Parker's 'new friend'
  • Global Winegrape Harvest Round-Up From Ciatti Company
  • Wine: What should the wine label disclose?
  • More Details: MendoWine Group seeks dismissal of Dolan lawsuit
  • Lapostolle Moves From Moët Hennessy To Terlato
  • Wine World of Hit and Miss
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 falls 1.24%
  • Diageo Bets on Fast Growing Emerging Markets, Cautious on Trends
  • Constellation Brands 4Q Net Down 63%; FY View Weak
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Could Red Wine Be the Secret to Anti-Aging?
  • Federal Trade Commission to demand winery tweets?
  • US re-examines alcohol ads in social media era!
  • Majority of states fail to address youth exposure to alcohol marketing
  • Stop "Drink Responsibly" Charade Says Alcohol Justice
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Fat Wine: Middle Class, Middle Market, Middlebrow
  • Why Today's Wine List Theater Is a Flop
  • Costco: Not Wine For Dummies
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Parker Drops The Gloves In Sommelier Journal Interview
  • Wine ratings: a numbers game or useful information?
  • A New and Hidden Code of Wine Tasting
  • Some thoughts on Wine Stars, a new competition
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • California water supplies adequate despite thin snowpack
  • Napa River Rutherford Restoration Receives $750,000 Grant
  • Lodi winery keeps alicante bouschet alive
  • Napa Valley pushes for greater brand protection
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CO: Local wine conference reaches peak
  • IL: Winery ordinance to be tweaked - Northwest Herald
  • NJ: Wineries Can Now Ship Directly
  • OH: Northeast Ohio wine grapes 'devastated' by hard freeze
  • TX: With grape demand up, vineyards are expanding
  • WA: Wine industry's growth leaves room for more
  • WA: Napa Valley's loss was Maryhill Winery's gain in winemaker
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • China to attend LIWF/Distil
  • Global warming makes Barbaresco more New World
  • Vinitaly Turns Over a New Leaf
  • Bordeaux 2011: Releases rush expected after quiet start
  • Is Bordeaux 2011 Really Better Than 2008? – Analysis on Parker’s Scores
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC Wine Region Matures
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine grape production at 5 yr low
  • NZ winemakers plan to stake claim in moving China market
  • OZ: Henschke winery excluded from Barossa Valley protection zone
  • OZ: Vintage dispute in supermarket war
  • OZ: Wineries in distribution reshuffle
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Drought leaves mark on Chile's wines
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Drunk tourists fined for stealing penguin
  • What’s the Deal with Non-Vintage Wine?
  • First World Wine Problems
  • Buying wine in futures can be risky

  • May 01, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Mendo Wine Group seeks to dismiss Dolan case
  • Constellation’s Simply Naked Brand Off To Fast Start
  • Concha y Toro:World's Most Admired for the 2nd Consecutive Year
  • New State Regs On Central Valley Wine Storage Alcohol Emissions?
  • Washington State Auction Should End Privatization Debate
  • Daily deals have all the right flavours for wine entrepreneur
  • Will Alcohol Be The Cause Of And Solution To All The Post Office's Problems?
  • Diageo Remains Neutral
  • Liv-ex: What Parker's verdict means for Bordeaux 2011
  • $600 wine hits Aussie supermarket shelves
  • Artist's “Confucian” Wines Set Auction Record At Sotheby's Hong Kong
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Au revoir Parker, it’s been good to know you
  • Costco Wine: Shall I Be Offended?
  • The Fine Line Between Wine Snob and Wine Enthusiast
  • The Give and Take of the Natural Wine Debate
  • Accredited wine tasting qualification for the superyacht industry
  • CALIFORNIA & U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CA: John Falcone Joins Gainey Vineyard
  • CA: Castle Rock Winery Partners – A remote peninsula winery
  • CO: Guv plugs the state’s vino
  • VA: Winery to open in Ghent neighborhood
  • VA: Local couple puts down roots, opens Blacksburg winery
  • UT: New winery is about to open in Cedar City
  • WA: We can cheer wine success but can't stop long to rest
  • WA: Bevmo ramps it up in state
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Accolade Wines targets females with RTD sparkling range
  • Chapoutier: Most Admired French Wine Brand
  • Mosel bridge work halted
  • OH CANADA!
  • New BC growing region uncorked
  • Modest Ontario grape price increase agreement reached
  • Ontario Grape Prices Set
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Jesus, pot wine, Bordeaux 11, Mosel bridge – sipped and spit
  • Francis Ford Coppola restoring Inglenook's legacy
  • Wine Terrorists

  • April 30, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Broadstone REIT Acquires Napa County Hess Wine Facility for $27.8 Million
  • Drinks International launches World's Most Admired Wine Brands 2012
  • 35% Of Older Millennials Drink Wine At Least Once A Month
  • Sonoma State Convenes Global Conference on Wine Business Education
  • 2011 Bordeaux will “bomb”
  • Post-recession wine tastes starting to get more expensive, experts say
  • Australia drought-free for first time in decade
  • Calif water bond is circling the drain
  • Looking for Hope in the Sea of Dying Wine iPhone Apps
  • The Economic Effect of Climate Change on Viticulture
  • Culinary Institute head to resign
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Privatized liquor sales: what will happen?
  • Why Can't the Post Office Ship Beer and Wine?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Brown-Forman's Mike Keyes On Consolidation And Innovation
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 takes a hit after 2011 en primeur releases
  • Provenance more important as wine crime increases
  • Reacting to wine fraud
  • Australian Vintage Limited: Profits down, but quality up
  • Cheval Blanc, Chateau d'Yquem Test Demand in $2 Million Sale
  • Liv-ex: Sweet murmurings
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Is wine just a beverage?
  • Even a “natural” winemaker can’t define “natural wine”
  • A Perfumer's Take on Wine Aromas
  • Save Your Money—No Wine Is Worth More Than $25
  • DRINK LOCAL 2012
  • Drink Local Wine 2010 Round-Up
  • CO: DLW 2012 ends on a high note
  • Drink Local Wine 2012 and the change in regional wine
  • DrinkLocalWine.com 2012 – and the winners are …
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OK: Tulsa natives debut Darms Lane pinot noir at Philbook Wine Experience
  • WA: Willamette Valley comes into its own
  • WINE INDUSTRY FIDDLES WHILE NEO-DRYS BURN HOTTER
  • Just because it's red, doesn't mean it's healthy
  • The Fun of Being Drunk Is All in Your Head, Not the Bottle
  • Heroes and booze: the unhealthy mix at the core of our culture
  • TV ads entice kids to drink alcohol: study
  • Aggressive alcohol marketing imperils youth
  • TV Ads May Play Role in Underage Drinking, Obesity
  • EUROPE
  • Consumers help reduce glut of French made wine
  • Merchants selling Rieussec at a loss, blaming negociant 'bundling
  • Only Ausone gets 100 point potential from Parker
  • Jane adds female flavour to the wine world
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: SW wine exports improve
  • NZ: Condensed harvest keeps contractors busy
  • NZ: Wine Marlborough has high expectations for 2012 vintage
  • OZ: Winemakers to march on parliament
  • OZ: Winemakers appoint new boss
  • OZ: Penfolds clarifies position on cork
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Peru is the next big wine country
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Cinco de Mayo and the Sierra Foothills: History in Wine Country
  • A Guide to Wine Faults – Sediment

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