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April 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Wine Executive News: Barrel Stop, Blackstone, American Wine Distr., WineGavel
  • Wine: Washington, "Fine, California, "Jug"
  • EU Imports Poised To Kick U.S. Wine Biz Butt?
  • Wine’s Future: Tighten Up
  • So are wine prices going up, down, or what?
  • World Wine Trade Increases 11% on Chinese Demand
  • Westpac forecasts brief fall in $A
  • Top 10 wine consuming countries 2014
  • Russian Court Invalidates Cristal Trademark
  • James Suckling: Quebec payments were 'not for tastings'
  • Shannon Ridge Acquires High Valley Vineyard
  • Sustainability is Good Business
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Is Wine Expertise Genetic?
  • Master Sommelier Unlocks Hidden Code of Wine Tasting
  • The Food Science of Wine and Chocolate
  • Is the US Palate Changing?
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Rising alcohol not nature's fault
  • Influence of Geographical Location on Volatile Composition of Spanish Oak
  • A bung for all seasons
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Rémy Cointreau fortifies growth
  • Diageo Remains Neutral
  • Wine Packaging Maverick Rejects Investors
  • Beam's Vodka Shot Sobers M&A Speculation
  • Acker Merrall: 2nd 2010 Auction: $3.6 Million, 97.5% Sold
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Banfi Appoints RNDC Distributor in FL, SC
  • AL: Legislature 2012: Winery assn addresses wine bill worries
  • AZ: Yavapai College seeks volunteers to plant vineyard
  • CT: Wine Nation Store Opens in Norwalk
  • OH: Warren County winery-brewery to add distillery
  • VA: Farmers first, winemakers second
  • VA: Tareq Salahi sued by Virginia AG over winery-tour business, calls it a 'witch hunt"
  • VA: State sues White House crasher over wine tours
  • WA: Heat provides a boost for Yakima Valley crops
  • WA: Walla Walla winemaker is wrangling different terroir
  • WA: Walter Clore wine center about 17 months away from opening
  • EUROPE
  • Bordeaux wine: is it worth the money?
  • Abrau-Durso to release still wine
  • Spanish wine trader eyes Chinese market
  • New winery for Smith Haut Lafitte's second wine
  • Do EU organic rules for wine leave glass half empty?
  • Rioja star's rebel heart
  • THE UK
  • Australian wine exports to UK slide
  • British demand for cheap wine pushes down prices
  • UK: D&D Wines enters administration
  • Demon Drink: Exhibition to focus on UK temperance movement
  • Don't Call It A Malbec: Europe Sours On British Winery's Plan
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Global superstores a threat to Hunter Valley wine industry
  • Vinomofo Triples after Being Acquired by Catch of the Day
  • Barossa wary of urban sprawl protection
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India's drinks market lucrative
  • China continues love affair with Burgundy at auction
  • Increasing number of Australian imported wine to Ningbo
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Malbec: from Cinderella in the 1980´s to Queen of the ball in 2000
  • Israeli Vintage milestones
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 6 Family-Friendly Wineries

  • April 23, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Cry of Calif grape shortage "is terribly short sighted"
  • Access to financing easing for wine industry, lenders say
  • Domaine Chandon Founder John Wright Dies at 78
  • Costco and its role in the wine business
  • What Can I Do With Calif's Type 85 ABC License?
  • Bud Break & Water: Spring Calif Grower Survey
  • Pernod Ricard to roll out wine cocktails in UK
  • Should Petite Sirah be a Rhône variety?
  • Additional Update from the TTB on Cochineal Extract & Carmine
  • wine trade should listen to experts from outside industry
  • Castel: China Customs ferrets out 120 cases of counterfeit red wine
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • WSWA, DISCUS Execs Warn Of Privatization’s Unintended Consequences
  • Losing Control of Wine & Spirits...It's Scary
  • WSWA: Privatization Versus Deregulation...
  • Direct-to-consumer wine sales will treble in United States
  • WA: Heavy online liquor-store auction bidding a 'wild ride'
  • WA: Bid for all liquor stores tops $4.5 million
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Bidders compete for pieces of Copia history
  • Wine industry seeks producing vines as cost, competition pressures rise
  • Lake County Winery Association celebrates five successful years
  • How to win the California (grape) Lottery
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Young Wine Fails to Sell
  • Burgundy grabs headlines but claret buying sees a shift
  • 'Wine of kings' on auction in Switzerland
  • Hong Kong: Robert Parker's Effect on China Wine Prices
  • Liv-ex interview with James Suckling, part 2
  • CEDC Signs Definitive Agreements for Strategic Alliance with Russian Standard
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Reviewing wine: subjectivity is part of the complexity
  • Red Wine Wins in a White Wine Competition.
  • Do old vines make better wines?
  • Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make me a WineMatch!
  • 2012 Champagne Trinity Scholarship Winner Announced
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Barolo: There are many reasons to love this misunderstood red
  • Is it Necessary for Wineries to Give Full Disclosure on their Labels?
  • Nondrinkers are terrible presidents. Discuss.
  • What is more difficult – making red wine or white?
  • Virgile Joly, The Steady Hand Of A Winemaker
  • What are those Crystals on the End of a Cork?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MD: Newest Frederick Co. winery grows in Thurmont
  • TX: From Tuscan to Texan in less than a week
  • EUROPE
  • Spanish wine trader eyes Chinese market
  • Leading Italian producer calls for greater professional standards
  • Bordeaux's André Lurton Takes on a Partner
  • Ukraine leaves Estonian investors with empty hands
  • THE UK
  • UK: Lower-alcohol not slowing wine decline
  • Naked Wines launches interactive consumer/winemaker app
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadians drinking more wine and specialty beer
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Hopes high for late grape harvest
  • OZ: Winemaker toasts big harvest
  • OZ: wine exports soured by dollar's strength
  • NZ: Alcohol consumption down in all categories except cider
  • OZ: Fresh calls to tax alcohol per standard drink
  • OZ: Study finds alcohol ads get to at least a quarter of kids
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • Moroccan Wine Thrives in Face of Religious Bans, Heat
  • Exporters targeting Nigeria's growing taste for wine

  • April 20, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Distilled Spirits and Wine Consumption Continue to Climb
  • Top Italian Labels Driving Imported Sparklers In U.S.
  • Restaurant sales and traffic drop in March
  • Alabama winery group presses boycott of beer distributors
  • Wine trends 2012: What the non-snob majority drinks
  • Starbucks to phase out cochineal extract
  • Crop insurance? It may be cheaper to give it away
  • Drink Local 2012: one week away
  • Restaurant lobbying: tax reform, debit fees, labor
  • Banfi's new guard wants to thaw Riunite wine image
  • Licensees should have right to accept/reject each 3rd-party order
  • DIRECT SHIPPING (NOT!) IN ALABAMA
  • AL: Small wineries fight to reach their customers
  • What's Wrong With Wine and Alabama?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • SF Vintners Market performs for Sierra Foothill wines
  • Liquidation of Copia wares set to start Friday
  • Nine Heaven and More from Napa's Shanghai Success
  • Most California crops dodge hail damage
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Who Has the Buying Power? Women, of course
  • Line 39 Launches Restaurant Promo to pair Sauv Blanc
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • A Day In The Bizarre Life Of A Wine Critic
  • Barefoot: Why We Write
  • Young wine-loving students a breath of fresh air
  • Parkergate Investigation: We Won!
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Standard flute or coupe no good for Champagne
  • Wregg: Natural wine can�t age
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Environmentalists, farmers take water quality fight to state
  • Sustaining our wine, Pt. 1
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Northwest's Cliffhanger 2011 Wine Harvest
  • MO: Winery gets green light
  • NY: Keuka Worker Killed in Tractor Accident
  • NY: New Viticulture Center in Geneva topic of state officials talk
  • VA Launches Vineyard Sign Initiative to Boost Tourism
  • WA: Impending liquor store closures = cheap wine for consumers
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Swiss wine consumption slipped in 2011
  • Cracks show in en primeur with Latour's withdrawal
  • Drinkaware chief exec resigns
  • Decanter.com: Major survey of en primeur buyers
  • Liv-ex: Suckling on Bordeaux 2011
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Pubs bought to combat wine whining
  • NZ: Frost fighters stand by
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Lafite Battles Lafake in China
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Mendoza makes good as Argentina's promising wine country
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Who's Your Daddy?: Petite Sirah
  • Breaking the Food-and-Wine-Matching Rules
  • The reality behind 'Bachelor' Ben

  • April 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • World wine consumption: the game of progresses and recessions
  • Suckling paid $24,000 for reviews: La Presse
  • Private equity group buys 6.1% of Treasury Wine Estates
  • Wine industry's future focus of annual Santa Rosa conference
  • Sonoma Grower Donald Stiling Dies
  • The hazards of doing business in Argentina
  • Bill Harlan Interview: Optimism returns to Napa Valley
  • Severe Weather, Crop Losses Blamed For Coming Spike In Wine Prices
  • Costs Published for Napa Grapegrowers
  • Vintner Group Expands To Multi-State Presence
  • Upcoming CLE International Conferences on Alcohol Beverage Law
  • Some Good News About Alcohol and Politics
  • DIRECT SHIPPING
  • Alabama House committee kills wine direct shipping bill
  • Michigan breweries, wineries want to change monopolistic distribution laws
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Introducing the Liv-ex Bordeaux 500
  • Fitch raises Constellation Brands issuer default rating
  • Top 10 vineyard investments
  • Wine investment market 'responded favourably' to Lafite 2011
  • Diageo rewarded for gender diversity progress
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Effective Advertising: Good News & Bad For Mayacamas
  • Young, Mobile and Growing: The State of U.S. Hispanic Consumers
  • Wine REPublic Solicits Trade Tech Tricks
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • A Writer Takes on Wine: James Conaway Interview
  • The Increasing Importance of Writing A One-Page Press Release
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Salinas-area growers appeal water quality rules to state board
  • COPIA Auction Starts with Gift Shop Opening to the Public
  • Visionary Vintner - Santa Barbara Independent
  • New life for Healdsburg landmark
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Stoller Vineyards winemaker turns from naturopathic medicine to Pinot
  • OR: Record $5.2 Billion In 2011 Ag Sales
  • WA: The tyranny of the weather
  • EUROPE
  • Bernard Magrez buys three Bordeaux estates
  • OH CANADA!
  • Niagara icewine makers hail mild winter weather
  • Argentina positions itself with “value” in the Canadian market
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Health expert challenges wine body on pregnancy labels
  • NZ: Grapes left for maximum flavour
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China's first traceable wine
  • Korea: Premium wines available at the best prices
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • From terroir to tourism: a guide to Lebanese wine
  • Schooled in the art of fine wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Does hyperdecanting wine work?
  • A Guide to Wine Faults – Herbaceousness
  • A Word about Wine Flaws – Part II

  • April 18, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Fine-wine & Prices to increase in 2012, costs to hurt winery profits
  • Imported Wine to Gain Market Share
  • Restaurant comps steady in March, strong April expected
  • Sonoma State To Host 1st Global Wine Biz Education Conference
  • Hailstorms hammer San Joaquin Valley crops
  • Sonoma County scales back frost-protection rules
  • World Bulk Wine Expo: Record number of wineries & countries
  • First-day Copia auction catalog now available
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Fine Wine Investors Have Lost £100m in four years
  • Constellation Brands Completes Debt Offering
  • LVMH First-Quarter Sales Top Estimates, Defying Slowdown
  • Liv-ex: First Growths should cut prices by 60%
  • Rare Burgundies a hit at Christie's auction
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Europe Seeks to Curb Its Drinking Problem
  • It's Not All About Resveratrol
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • What water can teach the wine trade
  • Advancing 'Brand Israel'
  • Rap Lyrics & Burlesque Shows – Bev Brands Win with Celebs
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Blind tasting: To see or not to see, that is the question
  • The Era of the Sommelier as Delphic Oracle Is Over
  • Oak experiments yield mixed results
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • 1p payment for Oddbins creditors “stinks”
  • Other estates must not follow Lafite’s lead
  • No More Nouveaux Bordeaux for Nouveaux Riche
  • Loire frost 17th April: more bad news
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Bulk wine 'hurting industry'
  • OZ: China helps boost WA wine sales
  • NZ: Wines Keep Focus On Core Varietals, Look To Maintain High-End Image
  • OZ: Wine Australia changes to pay as you go funding model
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Selling Armagnac to China: Worth Watching
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What does an AVA designation really mean?
  • The 5 Most Common Mistakes When Building a Wine Cellar

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