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October 08, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Economics & Internet favor imports, may reduce need for domestic supply
  • Constellation Q2 profit down 23%
  • China Computer Giant Building A Wine Empire
  • Violent Clashes Among Grape-Pickers In Pauillac
  • CAWG Hires Director of Government Relations
  • Are high alcohol wines falling out of favor?
  • Low-alcohol NZ sauv blanc wins gold
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Malbec Is The New Black In Napa
  • Elypsis merges with Admiral IT
  • Clos Pegase Winery has smoke scare
  • "Napa Valley Wine Wave" Breaks World Record for Largest Wine Toast
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Bordeaux harvest three weeks late
  • OR: The Week of the Wind Machine - Harvest Report October 8th
  • Napa: Hurry Up and Wait
  • Light rains may complicate North Coast grape harvest
  • Oregon wineries seeing "best ever" grape harvests
  • Buy A Share In A French Vineyard And You Get To Join The Harvest
  • 2012 Loire Vintage: prospects at Domaine Huet?
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Babies drive parents to drink
  • The Brit's "silent epidemic" of alcohol abuse
  • One more reason why there's no health news on this blog
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: New PLCB appointee expected to favor privatization
  • PA: Former PLCB chairman in ethics probe
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES
  • It's Time To Buy Constellation Before The Crown Imports Deal Is Finalized
  • Constellation CEO on the Economy's Impact on Sales (Video, auto-starts)
  • Beer, Wine Outlook Is Strong: Constellation CEO
  • Central European Distro: Q2 2012 Plus Restatement for FYs 2010 & 2011
  • AUCTIONS
  • Romanee-Conti $24,580 Bottles Lead Mixed Hong Kong Auctions
  • Sotheby’s two-day sale reaps rewards
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Natural Wine Gets Busted
  • Cult wines: Who’s getting screwed?
  • The history and mindset of a wine critic
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Smaller Wineries Better at Escaping Data Silos
  • Calculate the ROI of Social Media
  • A Novel Approach to Wine Marketing
  • MANAGEMENT
  • Corporate Structure Can Turn Information into Currency – Part 2
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KY: Northern Kentucky's wine industry getting better
  • OR: A quest for wine identity pays off
  • WA: Hispanics blaze trail as Washington winemakers
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • How Thirsty Are Your Grapes?
  • EUROPE
  • Bordeaux and Brunello – Perse of Chateau Pavie Considering Buying Vineyard in Tuscany
  • Fig-Eating Pigs Share Sty With Port Grapes
  • THE UK
  • Accolade boss gives backing to the UK
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Fears for integrity of exported bulk wine
  • NZ: Hawke's Bay to protect wines
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Increasing Sales of Australian Wine in China
  • German wine struggling to make a splash in Chinese market
  • Local Winemaker Expanding Its Operations - Manila
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • 40% of Argentine wine sold is in bulk
  • The Argentine Architects Who Lead The Way In Winery Design
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • South Africa must “sort out terroir message”
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • A Taste of Wine- But Not For Me
  • There's more to vinegar than sour grapes
  • The Wisdom of Bernard Portet
  • Columbus Day in America and Corruption in Calabria - 100 years later

  • October 05, 2012TOP NEWS
  • In Vino Veritas: Third Time NOT The Charm For Amazon
  • BC Wineries push direct-to-consumer despite new restrictions
  • No wine among global top 5 alcoholic drinks brands
  • Symphony IRI Releases data from Study of the Wine Consumer
  • Koch Loses Bid to Reinstate Counterfeit Wine Suit
  • Wine's Biggest Winners and Losers
  • Tesco halts new Fresh & Easy stores in the US
  • Constellation Reports Q2 FY 2013 Results
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Wine storage facility accused of theft from client cellars
  • Napa deal bolsters US and Brazilian ties
  • Planning commission approves more events for Heritage Oak Winery
  • AgVenture highlights firsthand experience
  • Winemaker Joel Aiken launches Aiken Wines
  • HARVEST 2012
  • French Wine Output Seen at 40-Year Low
  • B.C. vintners rejoice over late run of perfect weather
  • Theft thwarts London grape harvest
  • French police patrol vineyards for thieves
  • Heat wave boosts Napa sugar levels
  • Pickers on standby as late Sauternes harvest gets underway
  • Oakville Harvest for Spoto Wines
  • SW Wines has largest NM grape harvest ever
  • Turrentine Harvest Update
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The State of Damage Control and Wine Criticism
  • Sommeliers learn science of molecular food matching
  • Pairing pinotage with the elephant in the room
  • The Proust Q&A: Jancis Robinson MW
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Vintner With Nothing to Hide Finds That Few Are Looking
  • Two top sommeliers uncork retail careers
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KY: Judge halts order allowing liquor sales in Ky. grocery stores, retailers
  • NH: LaBelle Winery opens new 20000 square foot facility in Amherst
  • NY: Wine industry calls for promotion at state fair
  • NY: Farm Distilleries to Sell at State Fair, County Fairs and Farmers' Markets
  • OR: Stoller Family Estate readies new wine tasting room in Dundee Hills
  • EUROPE
  • Rising stars from historic estates: Piero Incisa della Rochetta and Bodega Chacra
  • Luigi Tecce: “what I don’t put in my wine”
  • THE UK
  • New English winery aims to be “one of Europe’s largest”
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Australian Vintage tackles lower alcohol quality issue
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Buy a bottle, get a glass: California Grapes in Beijing has two dozen options
  • Chinese wine investment 'not just Chateau Lafite'
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • No more talks with Catholic wine rebels: Vatican official
  • Patrick Sandeman: a life well lived
  • Winery Creates Symphony WIth Wine Glasses
  • Applauding Randall Grahm
  • Find Your Wine Preference in a Minute
  • The Best Economy-Class Wines

  • October 04, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Weak Food and Beverage Market for Rest of 2012: IRI
  • Alma Rosa Chapt 11 Recovery Threatened by Bottled-up Wine
  • Price Dispersions and Wine Economics in the US
  • China wine imports may shrink in 2012
  • BC: Liquor Privatization Nixed, Again
  • Blockbuster Brands Lead Impact’s “Blue Chip” List
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa council urges quicker action on Bounsall winery project
  • Settlement ends lawsuit over Russian River gravel mining
  • Winemaker Sbragia's California dreaming
  • Napa County tossed out of Wappo tribal lawsuit
  • HARVEST 2012
  • OR: A fine vintage
  • Price Hikes Predicted Following Unfruitful Burgundy Harvest
  • AZ gets first large-scale custom crush facility for harvest
  • Elgin AZ wine growers happy with harvest
  • Capturing Summer's Harvest, One DIY Wine Bottle At A Time
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The wine critic as imposter? Read on
  • Wine writing yes, sports writing no
  • For Wine, Free advice is worth it
  • Wine Opinions: Do You Like Them Ecumenical or Parochial
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Napa Cult Cabs, 'They're Absolutely Getting Screwed'
  • The Source & Extinction of “Burnt Rubber” Taste in South African Wines
  • A full-bodied approach to natural winemaking
  • Distilled Spirits added to American Wine Society Commercial Wine Competition
  • Napa Valley rabbi brings spirit into winemaking
  • Priyanka Dhar: First Indian MVW from UC Davis
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • An American ode to an Iberian favorite
  • Malbec: Hard to find, but worth the search
  • Uncorking a kosher wine revolution
  • Unfiltered, unfined, and downright gorgeous, Shoe Shine Wines
  • More wine drinkers are swinging to the sweet
  • Wine: When size matters
  • Concannon a Livermore landmark for generations
  • The LA Wine Scene According to Its Sommeliers
  • INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Nobles Crus says it will change valuation on wine fund
  • Liv-ex: Max functionality returns
  • Calls for recognised norm for valuing wine funds
  • October is a busy month for wine investment
  • Sotheby’s wine auctions kick off in Hong Kong
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Matching Grants Promote Ag Marketing Efforts
  • Humanize Your Brand - Digital Marketing in the Wine Industry
  • Facebook Quietly Destroys Half the Value of Your Brand Page Overnight
  • Why you should never, ever use a question mark on Twitter or LinkedIn
  • Cork making a comeback
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • PA: Liquor at the grocery store? Maybe soon
  • VA: Altavista winery is now Altillo Vineyards and Winery
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Critter Wines, Signature Varietals and South Africa’s Secret Weapon
  • VinPro Investment In Development
  • EUROPE
  • China Becomes Armagnac's Biggest Export Market
  • Douro Valley - the oldest new wine region in the world?
  • Italian Soul-Searching Over "Natural" Wines
  • Delicious Wine & Food Travel? Visit Rioja
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Cable Bay Vineyard back in hands of its founder
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Beyond Bordeaux, China's Taste for Wine Uncorked
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • The Patagonia (Argentina) wine region

  • 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

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