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July 02, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Restaurant Index dips in May
  • Wine Sleuth Sniffs Out Fakes, Takes Hammer to Lafite
  • Cooperatives Merge to Become France's Biggest Player
  • Schumer pushes for end to restrictive Canadian wine taxation policies
  • OIV Development trends and market on world vitiviniculture
  • Kurniawan: Details from a sealed deposition
  • Salinas Valley Growers Want More Wineries
  • Mexican-American Vintners Announce Charity Event, "Alianzas"
  • Wine Industry Needs To Counter Neo-Prohibitionist Ascent
  • OH CANADA!
  • Wino with a shotgun
  • BC Cancels Moratorium on Private Liquor Licenses ... in 10 Years
  • Good BC wine country coverage in USA
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • S&P affirms Constellation Brands at 'BB+'
  • China's wine industry posts 6.35% profit surge in Q1
  • Liv-ex: Summer bubbles
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red wine helping Alzheimer's
  • A Little Alcohol Aids in Social Bonding
  • Breathalysers - Now Mandatory for Driving in France
  • NZ: Raise alcohol buying age
  • NZ: Minimum alcohol price might backfire
  • MARKETING & MANAGEMENT
  • 'Surprising' wine label study shows brands should speak to Chinese
  • What Twitter has done for wine
  • The Dream of Data – Why the Wine Industry Is Stuck in a Nightmare
  • Wine Ecommerce is NOT a field of dreams
  • Employee Commission Agreements Need to be in Writing Soon
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The Chardonnay Symposium: afterthoughts
  • A Conversation With A Wine Newbie
  • Astringency In 1,024 Words
  • The Problem With Low-Alcohol Wine
  • Alcohol. How much is too much?
  • Save the Wine Geeks! (Donate here … )
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Finger-Pointing Our Way To Luck in America
  • On Independence Day, We’re more Interdependent than Ever
  • Interview Michel Chapoutier: "I’d invite six Jewish men who marked the history of humanity"
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Tannat: The Rising Star of Uruguay
  • Ojo de Vino invests USD 2.6 million in the construction of its winery
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CO: World-Class Wine In Harsh Conditions
  • NY: Wine industry's impact spreads far and wide
  • NY: Wine lovers mark 50th anniversary of Frank Wine Cellars
  • OK: Grocery-store wine-sales measure advances
  • WA: Total Wine & More: Where are the Locals?
  • WA: Wine grapes aren't for the faint of heart
  • EUROPE
  • ViniPortugal's Vale Discusses Portuguese Wines (Audio)
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Naked Wines launches Down Under
  • OZ: New fortified wine terms become official
  • OZ: The rest of the world should be a bit scared of a place like Margaret River
  • NZ: Amisfield Wine Company Appoints Chief Executive Officer

  • June 29, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Constellation to Acquire Remaining 50% of Crown Imports
  • Raymond Vineyards expansion raises concerns
  • Bill Foley Completes Deal with New Zealand Wine Company
  • Red Sun Fund offers alternative investment opportunity in China
  • Bordeaux's Calon-Ségur Likely Sold
  • BC Winery Puts New Law to the Test
  • Moss Adams On Supreme Court's Health Care Decision
  • New Study Could Prove Effectiveness of Screw Caps
  • Role of the National Organic Standards Board
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sonoma State Wine Biz Students Release First Wine Brand
  • It’s official: Stockton is bankrupt
  • CORRECTION: Salisbury Tasting Room For Sale, Not Yet Sold
  • Tonnellerie O Welcomes New Master Cooper
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Pernod Ricard pays cash dividend of EUR 0.72
  • Constellation Rises After Buying Out Corona Distribution
  • Constellation Reports Q1 FY 2013 Results
  • Constellation net profit slips
  • Constellation Q adj. profit tops Street
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Decanter switches to 100 point scale and will publish individual taster's scores
  • How to taste? Let me count the ways
  • Nebbiolo: Is There Charm Beyond The Wall?
  • Avoid wine-style drinks
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Life's Too Short For Really Bad Wine Lists
  • Ridge:Vine Life on the World’s Rim
  • Michelin star leads to higher prices for decor, not food
  • Vinderpants, underwear for wine: THE MOVIE!
  • XXX WINE PORN: PENFOLD'S WRETCHED EXCESS
  • The $168000 Penfolds wine contains scientific-grade ampoules ...
  • Australian winery launches $170,000 bottle
  • Record-Breaking Wine: What Does $168,000 Taste Like?
  • Penfolds commissions £100,000 'ampoule' for Block 42
  • A Thingamy of Wine, Or an Ivy League Education?
  • This 'ethereal' wine will set you back $168,000 ... a bottle
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: New owners have big plans for Ste. Chapelle Winery
  • OH: Winery inspections should be kept under liquor control division
  • OK: Grocery store wine-sales proponents win ruling
  • OR: Now Is Time To Develop Ag Exports, Trade Representatives Report
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian Wine Shipping Reform Becomes Law
  • A Win for Wine! Bill C-311 Receives Royal Assent
  • Wine lovers limited by provinces despite federal change
  • ACADEMIA
  • Pixie Grape, Vineyards in Afghanistan, Preventing Virus Spread, Zino Forum
  • EUROPE
  • Molson Coors secures Champagne distro deal
  • 1855: Emeric Sauty de Chalon and Fabien Hyon: not people to do business with
  • Laithwaite’s opens pop-up during Olympics
  • The Proust Questionnaire: Michel Chapoutier
  • THE UK
  • No hope for D&D as a going concern
  • D&D Wines creditors meet administrator today in search of £10.5m owed
  • Cost of wine fraud may reach GBP1.3m
  • Store Wars: Oddbins and Majestic Wine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Organic-wine tutors raise the bar
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Photo essay of Yantai Intl Wine Expo opening in China
  • Changyu celebrates 120 years of wine
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Changing age structures influence Brazilian wine consumption
  • Chile Seeks Growth With Varietal And Regional Diversity, High-End Offerings

  • June 28, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Barrel Sales are Up, but the Future is Still Murky
  • Chinese Exec Buys Napa’s Bialla Vineyards for $3.2 Million
  • Salisbury Sells SLO Schoolhouse Tasting Room Property
  • Red Wine Not Miracle Drug After All?
  • Napa County Thwarts Reata Winery Expansion
  • The OIV to define dealcoholised wines
  • Label Transparency in the Wine Industry
  • Commentary on At Rest Legislation
  • Jaw Dropping Details On Koch Lawsuit
  • The surface of world vineyards reaches a 10-year low
  • Top 10 fastest-growing imported spirits markets
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • New Legislation to Help California Grapegrowers Collect
  • Mendo Frost protection arguments in court today
  • Opposition to peripheral canal/tunnel grows
  • Napa County, Wappo make case before Congress
  • Calif bans foie gras; Europe fights on
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • WA: 2 big-box liquor-store chains may make stir
  • Direct Shipping Laws Outlined by State
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Naked Wines turns customers into angel investors
  • US auctioneers end first half of year on a high
  • Bright Food’s Bordeaux Deal Strengthens China-France Connection
  • Pernod Ricard grabs African growth passport with new regional subsidiaries
  • Diageo: 'Over reliance on process gets in the way of innovation'
  • RUSSIAN WINE FOR INVESTORS – BOTTLE HALF-FULL, OR ..
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Wine company alters 'juice box' packaging
  • A case against the sin tax
  • UK Alcohol companies to deliver health labelling pledge
  • The future of wine labels? Nutrition facts
  • Tests show trace alcohol, but Coke insists it has Islamic OK
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Are wine-beer hybrids the next 'Big Thing?'
  • A Facebook Like Does Not Equal an Opt-in
  • Five years of wine importing and internet retailing
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • In Defense of the “Educated Palate”
  • New course to help grow organic wine interest
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Protect 'forage fish' species
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KS: Alcoholic Beverage Control director named
  • NY: Finger Lakes grape growth coming on strong
  • VA: Chateau AOL: Steve and Jean Case's winery ready for visitors
  • WA: BevMo To Open First Washington Stores On July 13
  • EUROPE
  • Chateau Le Thil Comte Clary Sold
  • Bordeaux Wine Festival gets a taste of Hong Kong culture
  • Germany considers place in growing low alcohol market
  • OH CANADA!
  • Bill C-311 Effective June 28th, Wineries Wait for BC to Act
  • Government Takes Positive Step to Reduce Inter-Provincial Trade Barriers on Wine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Fewer wineries closing down since exit grants ended
  • OZ: Wine tourism gets funding boost
  • NZ: The most radical transformation of Kiwi wine
  • OZ: Penfolds Unveils Most Expensive Wine with new closure
  • CHINA
  • Vintners savor Yantai international wine expo
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Are You a Snob?
  • Leaving finger prints where they don’t belong

  • June 27, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Deceptive Retail Discounts: How Much is that Wine Really Discounted?
  • Insurance for crop quarantines proposed
  • Freaked By Grape Shortage Potential, Wineries Snap up Vineyards
  • Economic Study of Pennsylvania Wine Monopoly (AAWE-PDF)
  • Eggs making waves & lawsuits in wine industry
  • Stockton files bankruptcy
  • Reata Winery drops bid to become Napa's 5th Largest
  • Farmers’ campaign aims to ‘Stop the Flood of Regulation’
  • Italy’s Cantina Di Soave Investing Aggressively In U.S. Market
  • A Wine Lover's View of Healthcare and the Supreme Court
  • China to drink more white wine, says study
  • Society of Wine Educators' 2012 Conference: Top Speakers
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Is flavour a property of the wine?
  • Expert Opinion and Quality Perception of Consumers (AAWE-PDF)
  • Do Chardonnay Wines Show More Terroir ?
  • Why Wine Geeks Have Short Memories When It Comes To Spanish Wine
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Grapes drag Monterey crop values down
  • Sonoma County Vintners Co-op Elects New Officers
  • Copia Leasing Agent Named
  • Hess Shirtail Creek Monterey Chardonnay Now On Tap
  • VIDEO: Stockton’s bankruptcy – the political impact
  • VIDEO: Stockton’s bankruptcy – the economic impact
  • Napa Valley vintners find silver lining to Chinese smog
  • Healdsburg Planning Commission To Consider New Projects
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Compulsory Breathalyzers: Help or Hindrance?
  • NeoProhibitionists and Other Busy Bodies
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Mabray: Wineries who shun social media will experience “digital Darwinism”
  • Heimoff: Debunking inflated social media claims
  • For Wine Industry Social Media Success...You Need a Blog
  • Sorry, Marketers, You’re Doing Twitter Wrong
  • Get Some Action - 6 Steps to Higher Conversion with Email
  • Comparing Wine Purchasing Behaviors in Ireland and Calif (AAWE-PDF)
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Constellation Brands Stock Rating Reaffirmed by DA Davidson
  • Using European Uncertainty To Invest In Wide-Moat Distiller Diageo
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Winery's proposal to sell on site tabled
  • IL: Variable weather a challenge for winemakers
  • MI: Wine industry growing in 'Tip of the Mitt'
  • MI: ABC's 'Bachelor' to court wine lovers in Michigan
  • OR: 2012 Growing Season Update
  • EUROPE
  • Jadot's Winemaker Calls it Quits
  • Crushpad Bordeaux not in financial trouble
  • Louis Roederer expands champagne vineyard
  • OH CANADA!
  • Okanagan wineries anxiously await changes to regulations
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Export initiative helps Aussie wines shine
  • NZ: Winery waste a promising venture
  • OZ: Relevancy of Climate Change to Business: Evidence from the Margaret River Wine (AAWE-PDF)
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • What's Wrong With This Picture? DRC Lafite Languedoc
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Piedra Negra, François Lurton’s Renamed Argentina Winery, Unifies Its Offerings
  • Estimating the Effect of Climate Change on Argentine Viticulture (AAWE-PDF)
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • How To Retire To An Argentine Vineyard For Only $150K
  • Sauternes is a sweet wine, but there’s more to it
  • Thinking about Buying a Wine Fridge? Read This First!
  • Talk to Winemakers Before You Buy
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Newly Launched VelvetPalate.com Offering Small-Production Wines
  • Monvera Glass Décor Announces a New Bottle Decoration Service
  • LONG, WANDERING HEADLINE - MAY BE NEWS OR NOT
  • California Grapes International, Inc. Wraps up Southern China Wine ...

  • June 26, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Alcohol taxes reduce moderate drinking, not bingeing
  • UFW ‘disappointed’ in Supreme Court immigration ruling
  • Is The Term 'Sustainable Packaging' a Red Herring?
  • EU fines Italy, Spain, Greece for illegal vine plantings
  • Foley launches NZ food and wine club
  • Wine Snobs/Suckers Pay More For Hard-To-Pronounce Names
  • Lot 18 layoffs: The Corrections
  • Argentine Engineer Takes over OIV as President
  • Aussie Wine's Awkward Adolescence
  • No $10 Million Check Needed for Argentine Vineyards
  • Iranians Get Death Sentence For A Drink
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Alcohol ad limits only solution for binge drinking
  • Two glasses of wine “improves quality of life”
  • Alcohol linked to breast cancer but may ward off diabetes
  • EU plans new labelling laws for wine allergens
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • California Nebbiolo Producers Compare Notes
  • Trione Vineyards and Winery Hires Boss Dog Marketing Vet
  • TCM winery equipment supplier expands to Santa Rosa
  • ASEV Merit Award Presentation
  • Award-Winning Astrolabe Wines are Now Available in the U.S.
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Pernod Ricard defies gloom in Spain
  • Constellation Brands First Quarter Earnings Sneak Peek
  • Earnings Preview: Constellation Brands
  • Trademark Trolling: Anheuser-Busch, Nashville winemaker want Airport Code
  • AB InBev Said to Near Modelo Takeover for Over $12 Billion
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • More Alcohol = More Flavor
  • Heimoff: Include me as another biodynamic debunker
  • Berger: Getting a good wine education
  • The Nose Knows A Green Cabernet
  • Getting Chile With Master Somm Fred Dexheimer
  • Do washington wines age?
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Packaging, Part 1: Paper, Boxes & Airplanes
  • Packaging, Part 2: Break Me Off A Glass Of That
  • Packaging, Part 3: Underwear for wine launched in US
  • Brand engagement beyond Twitter and Facebook
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Using an Electronic Nose to Control Wine Quality
  • Raisin and Wine Grape Mechanical Harvest Safety Training
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MI: Sparkling wine production conference July 16-19
  • NY: Cold Climate Grape Field Day
  • UT: Liquor regulators to select new director
  • EUROPE
  • Louis Roederer now Champagne's biggest biodynamic producer
  • Moderation at the Bordeaux Wine Fair
  • Gerard Bertrand to increase China exports by 40% 'minimum'
  • Recap: Severe Hailstorms Ravage Champagne
  • Languedoc producer targets Chinese exports
  • South West wines give consumers “new taste” of regional France
  • Co-op embraces branded shift
  • THE UK
  • Portman seeks new complaints panel chair
  • Suppliers fret over D&D Wines International debt
  • OH CANADA!
  • Rules against wine shipments are all about the taxes
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Grant Burge Wines says developments worth $7.5 million held up
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Frogs, Secrets & Satire: Extreme Wine Goes to the Movies
  • HOW Wine Barrels are Made and Toasted

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