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February 16, 2012TOP NEWS
  • At Tenth Anniversary, Two Buck Chuck Holding At 5 Million Cases
  • Fred Franzia on wine snobs
  • 2011 US Wine Exports, 90% California, Hits Record $1.4 Billion
  • WineAmerica Joins Call for Farm Bill Passage This Year
  • Democrats say they're being shut out of California water bill rewrite
  • EU, US deal seen boosting trade in organic goods
  • Restaurant Study: Consumers to cut back
  • TTB survives, though Obama wants to give IRS a little of its powers
  • Wine Sales Stayed Up in January
  • From the REPublic: Highway Robbery
  • Courts Postpone Russian River Frost Protection Rules - For Now
  • Stress in California Vineyards Isn't Just About the Vines
  • Heimoff: Industry data Worth Keeping
  • High-altitude wines gain color, flavor
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Pershing Square’s Stake In Beam Valued At Around $1.13 Billion
  • Asian gains boost Pernod Ricard
  • Moët-Hennessy to produce red wine in China
  • Pernod lifts profit goal after strong H1
  • Diageo sees emerging growth offsetting Europe
  • Strong first half results from South Africa's Distell
  • Should Wine Investment Funds buy Yquem and Sauternes ?
  • Suckling proclaims '09 "the best modern vintage ever"
  • Fine wine market to rise 10% in 2012
  • HEALTH
  • Scientists Figure Out How Red Wine Keeps You Young
  • Understanding How Resveratrol Works
  • The alcohol in wine is healthier
  • Beware of Bubbles!
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Will unglazed clay goblets improve 'economical' red wines?
  • New film calls Sommeliers wine 'prophets' and 'rock stars
  • The Beaujolais grape, gamay, proves a tasty option for pinot lovers.
  • More Sugar, More Alcohol, But Why?
  • Washington state's red cabernets hit sweet spot
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Syrah and the Sierra Foothills, Part 2
  • SLO Vintners Assnn Welcomes New Executive Director!
  • Sonoma on the Rebound
  • Napa Council to consider wine regulations
  • Steel poles allegedly stolen from Carneros vineyard
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • Bordeaux wine tasting contest makes new fans among young
  • Google, Apple target the TV – what does this mean for marketers?
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Vaynerchuk joins advisory board for HubSpot
  • 10% eCommerce Growth for Winery Members of Vintners' Alliance
  • VinTank Drinks Its Own Kool-Aid
  • Why QR Codes Won’t Last
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NC: Upcoming viticulture conference gains support
  • NY: When Winemakers Collaborate, Partners in Living Local
  • OR: Big Fire turns 10
  • TX: Extreme weather in 2011 affects bottling of wines in 2012, 2013
  • WA: Should Washingtonians Be Drinking More Washington Wine?
  • ACADEMIA
  • Siesta-Cascade Viticulture board announced
  • Professor pairs viticulture with business
  • EUROPE
  • Super Tuscans lead Italian charge
  • An Update on the India EU FTA
  • European Alcohol Brands Take Responsible Social Marketing Pledge
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Vignerons hold out for warm weather
  • OZ: SA growers rejoicing in good sultana prices
  • OZ: Loss inspires Mary to success
  • NZ: All-Kiwi bill for the winery tour
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Bordeaux-crazed China not ready for Burgundy – yet
  • China: wine fans start switching to white
  • New situation of Xi'an wine market
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Torrontes Proves Argentina More Than Just a One-Trick Pony
  • Uco Valley, crowded by the development of wine villas
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • A slow start to Orange River Cellars harvest, but quality is on target
  • Distell Says South African Spirits Market Is Challenging
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Red, red wine; the science of colour
  • Bargain Port: Yours for only $3,495.99
  • The Tired Wine Writer
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Vintners Hall of Fame induction ceremonies
  • Amcor to add corks to its PET wine bottle

  • February 15, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Bank Charges Barrel Stop “Incompetently Managed,” Urges Trustee & Asset Sales
  • Remake of Central Valley water rights moves to vote
  • Mediterranean Diet May Be Good for the Brain
  • Small business start-up rate plunges to record low
  • Calif Farm Bureau president urges immigration solutions
  • Farm exports reach a milestone
  • Muscat Wines Steal Sauvignon Blanc's Market
  • Health Costs, Gov't Regulations Curb Small Business Hiring
  • Noted economist to keynote Visalia ag conference
  • 'Cash Mobs' Bring Flash of Profits to Wine Store
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Wine author analyses success of Burgundy investment
  • Pernod May Fall Without Increase in Distiller's Earnings Outlook
  • Diageo Sales Growth Meets Estimates as Emerging Markets Gain
  • Castle Brands Announces Q3 FY 2012 Results
  • Wine & Smokes: Altria Group Keeps Smoldering
  • Spectrum & Vanquish Realize £1.3+ Million At Inaugural London Auction
  • Strong opportunities for fine wine investment in 2012
  • Fine Wine Market Outlook 2012
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Is it fair to review a wine at the winery, with the winemaker, staring at the label?
  • WineDude Hooks Up With Wines.com
  • Robert Parker: 'the blogger Budd, who has been reluctant to talk with us' – entirely incorrect!
  • Who invented wine’s 100-point scale?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Let go of the single-varietal preference, try a messy field blend
  • When vintage wine goes bad
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Winemaker Milla Handley creates Alsace in the Anderson Valley
  • Students restore natural beauty at LangeTwins Winery
  • Planned Lodi winery has neighbors questioning marketing events
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Managing your reputation online is a never-ending story
  • The Secrets of Pinterest's Success
  • Pinterest for Business: 5 Tips.
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IL: Why so few Illinois wines on restaurant wine lists?
  • MD: Wine bar owner pushes for law to allow take-home sales of wine on tap
  • NY: Survey seeks data on bird damage to New York fruit
  • NY: Lovers Leap winery gets new owners
  • NY: Push to sell local wines at roadside markets
  • TX: Big Country wine industry continues to experience growth
  • EUROPE
  • Barolo And Brunello Bury Italian Wine Rivalry, Join Forces To Conquer Asia
  • Argentine wines appreciated by Italian consumers
  • Asia helps France to record year
  • Chinese merchant opens in Bordeaux
  • THE UK
  • Prime Minister attacks binge drinking “scandal”
  • Trade reaction to Cameron's binge drinking statement
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Grape crops and prices up in Riverland
  • OZ: Riverina experiences best vintage in decades
  • NZ: Biography of the life of Peter Yealands released
  • NZ: Church Road leaving its Sauvignon Blanc at home (video)
  • NZ: Giesen Wines takes on domestic rivals
  • OZ: Queensland lifts booze ban to protect reputation
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China wine moves: Links Concept says Antinori, Haras de Pirque to join portfolio
  • 'Corruption and smuggling' damaging Thai import prospects
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Bordeaux-lead adventure in Argentina
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Craving java? Pour some South African red wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Understanding Italian red wines
  • Drew Barrymore Gets Into the Wine Business
  • Counterfeits: Boston Mangler Edition
  • Wine Tourism with the Kids
  • Top 10 Wine Myths That Won't Die
  • San Francisco gets a serious dose of Burgundy
  • Presidents and their favorite wines
  • The Zinfandel evolution retraced

  • February 14, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Calif drops funds to fight light brown apple moth
  • Lion Nathan USA Changes Name to Distinguished Vineyards, Posts Record Sales
  • Rabobank: mid-tier wine brands increasingly overlooked
  • Nielsen: Good news for wine consumers, bad news for producers?
  • Wine Group & Grupo Penaflor Sign Distribution Agreement
  • New EU organic wine rules are ‘best political compromise’, trade body
  • Noted economist to keynote Visalia ag conference
  • USDA budget: Exports in, pathogen testing out
  • 2012 Calif Crush reverses 'Sideways' effect
  • Eastern Europe is again making excellent wines
  • Wine trade show in March offers informational sessions, wine receptions
  • Fewer Americans Have Employer-Based Health Insurance
  • Is Malaysia jumping on the wine investment train?
  • Wine Economists Set Annual Meeting, Offers New Papers
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Spectrum Group Announces Financial Results
  • Brown Forman creates a 'Perfect Liaison' at Heathrow and Gatwick
  • Pernod rolls out new Brancott design
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • Wente pairs with Food Network and a Rising Star is Born
  • The importance of the Resort Market
  • Wine Rep Stylin’: A Day On The Streets
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Vintank: What we're doing to address what our customers asked of us
  • The (increasingly) dark side of social media
  • HEALTH
  • Love, chocolate and wine good for your heart
  • Too much alcohol in Super Bowl ads?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Are most people actually interested in wine?
  • Great Wine Content Found in a Sea of Information
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The Complete Charles Shaw Vertical... and More!
  • A chocolate-icewine fusion
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Understanding the Malolactic Coma
  • Weed Management Affects Plant and Insect Diversity: Which Methods are More Environmentally-Friendly?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lodi's Feral cats find new lives and homes as pest control experts
  • Lodi Winegrowers Go for Zinfandel
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KS: Couple hopes to open winery in Overland Park
  • MA: MBTA alcohol ad ban garners a collective eye roll on Twitter
  • MD: Wine-to-go containers added to bill allowing 'growler' sales in Howard Co.
  • MN: Southern Wine & Spirits of America Appoints Will Conniff
  • NY: New teaching vineyard expands vines, wines resources
  • NY: Winery at St. George Becomes 'Official' Business
  • VA: Lawmakers might give happy hour advertising a shot
  • WA: Winds of Change Blowing for Washington Wine
  • THE UK
  • UK: Government stumps up £1m to fight problem drinking
  • “Austerity fatigue” boosts UK venues
  • Nick Dobson Wines rescued from closure
  • UK unlikely to buy into paper wine bottle
  • EUROPE

  • VINISUD’s Digital Seachange, A Talk With Ahmad Monhem
  • Vintners revive wine tradition near French Pyrenees
  • Russians will have enough wine despite fears of lower crops
  • The Italian DOC/G system is dying
  • Fury and charges of 'egotism' as Loire's Baumard challenges Grand Cru
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian Solar & HelioPower complete solar system for Giumarra
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Angry reaction to new Murray Darling Basin water allowance
  • NZ: Two more vineyards forced to sell
  • NZ: Interest expected in sale of vineyards
  • NZ: New chief winemaker for Craggy Range
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Red and gold mean good business or SAfrica in China
  • Speculations on 2012 Xiamen wine market
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina: Bodega Del Fin del Mundo purchased NQN
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Growing opposition to a ban on liquor ads in S Africa
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Let's Take the Fake Romance Out of Wine
  • 40,000 Bottles of Wine on the Wall, 40,000 Bottles of Wine…

  • February 13, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Calif. 2011 Wine Grape Crush: 3.3 Million Tons, Down 7% From 2010 (Scroll down for more)
  • Artesa's controversial timber-to-vineyard Plan nears approval
  • Steve Pitcher ... RIP
  • Modesto winemaker's chocolate wine weds two holiday favorites
  • Marketing tools when selling top end wines
  • The Barefoot Advantages of Being a Small Start-Up – Part 4
  • Consumer Wine Awards Offers Outreach and Research Opportunities
  • Bitter Cold May Destroy 50% of Russia's Vineyards
  • Sherry-Lehmann Projects Revenue Growth Of 7% For Its Fiscal 2012
  • UK Fraudsters jailed over £50 million alcohol duty scam
  • Rosemont awarded $300,000 matching USDA grant
  • Research and Markets: Wine in G20 to 2015: Market Guide
  • Merlot out as UK consumers get adventurous
  • Cattle Call! Dear Wine Rep: a rebuttal
  • Gadget to detect fake alcohol invented
  • Q&A: SSU economist Dr. Robert Eyler
  • International Delegates Learn About the US Wine Market As We Learn About Them
  • The HoseMaster's 2012 Top Ten Most Influential People in the Wine Business
  • 2011 CALIFORNIA WINEGRAPE CRUSH ROUNDUP
  • San Joaquin Valley wine grapes in demand as crop shrinks
  • SLO County wine grape production hurt by weather in 2011
  • Napa winegrape crop worth lowest since 2008
  • North Coast grape crop shrinks again
  • Turrentine 2011 Calif Winegrape Crop Comments On
  • CAWG Comments on 2011 California Crush
  • Ciatti Comments on 2011 California Crush
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Wine investment dip 'was healthy'
  • Diageo targets new consumers
  • Diageo's UK sales fall 2% after declining to offer big Christmas discounts
  • Fine wine as an alternative investment
  • Find Value In SAP, Diageo , Says FPA Fund Manager
  • The World's Two Best Sin Stocks: Diageo (NYSE: DEO) and Philip Morris
  • Henri Jayer Vosne-Romanee Fetches $265,200 at Christie’s Sale
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • “There’s a lot of boring, crap, industrialised organic wines on the market, and if the industry’s going to implode, it’s because of that.”
  • Corked wine, and some dodgy lenticels
  • I Say 95 Points—You Say “Amen”
  • Wine is Multi-Faceted - Really!
  • “A terroir wine is a wine for the mouth and not for the nose,” Chapoutier says.
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Americans' Evolving Taste for Booze-Infographic
  • How Customers Use VinTank Social Connect
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Congressional Democrats say California water bill is brewing in the dark
  • Work on California water bill exposes DC divide
  • NZ: Winery water under scrutiny
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Bigger budget raises Napa Destination Council's profile and importance
  • Feinstein Urges Protection of Napa Valley Opposes New Casino Development
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Locapour message still getting muddled
  • Binge drinking belt' stretches across Northern Plains
  • ID: House Considering Alcoholic Beverage Control Bill
  • KS: Session flooded with alcohol bills
  • MO: Creating the best grapes for area wineries
  • NE: Wineries and grape growers can learn more about their trade
  • NJ: Ex-mayor named acting ABC director
  • NY: Wine importer finds White Plains home
  • NY: Mohegan Lake winery gets long-awaited OK
  • NY: No consensus on wine in grocery stores
  • NY: Finger Lake winery pioneers watch and welcome changes
  • OR: Sokol Blosser Extends Evolution Brand With Red Blend
  • TN: Show up to get wine in grocery stores
  • EUROPE
  • Poor Organisation of 2012 Salon des Vins de Loire and Loire Stars
  • Motörhead wine banned in Iceland
  • Czech wineries happy with Europe's deep freeze
  • Czech wine tax wins undiluted condemnations
  • Paris wine makers seek recognition for grape growing renaissance
  • Georgian Wine Returning to Russia
  • THE UK
  • Wilmers buys Haut-Bailly neighbour
  • 'eBay for wine' drives bumper internet sales for Berry Bros
  • Abandon tax hike to give drinks an Olympic boost: WSTA
  • LIWF to host UK Sommelier of the Year final
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: Doors to wine sales could open wide
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Storms hold up Hunter grape harvest
  • OZ: Fire impact has far reach
  • OZ: We've scraped bottom of the barrel
  • NZ: Glass still half full in Marlborough's wine industry
  • NZ: Bulk wine export figures up
  • OZ: Quality runs in the McLaren Vale family
  • OZ: Shiraz shaping up as Central Ranges star
  • NZ: Pisa Range Estate 'Black Poplar' Block Pinot Noir Elevated To 'Classic' Status
  • NZ: Workers fined for freedom camping
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Hong Kong fine wine auction sells every lot
  • China wine moves: Jebsen to add Bollinger, Ayala, Chanson Pere et Fils
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil opportunities beckon
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • Wine retailers encourage customers to sample their products
  • Choices bloom to taste wines before buying
  • 2012 International Wine Label Contest Accepting Submissions
  • A Killer Resource for Wine Pros: How to Develop a Photographic Story
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Shun $2,000 Bottles of Geriatric Vintages, Go With Younger Wine
  • Happy birthday, Two-buck Chuck
  • Is pink champagne worth the extra cost?
  • For sale: Napa Valley’s most exclusive estates
  • Vintners Hall of Fame induction tickets still available

  • February 10, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Southern Does It Again In Washington, Signing Pact With Diageo
  • Spain to Pay EUR54.9 Million Fine For Illegal Vineyards
  • Some Pre-Release Crush Report Buzz
  • Underemployment 21% or Higher in Five States in 2011
  • What the Wine Market Wants (Maybe Not What You Think)
  • Clueless Wine Buyers
  • Calif Grape growers offer scholarships to field workers
  • New EU Regulation for Organic Wine: Legal Analysis
  • WA: State commission names new director
  • Chinese snaps up Burgundy vines
  • Plonk and paragliding in Gen-Y Documentary
  • Calif Wine exports symposium set
  • Free Export Seminars Can Help Ag Interests Launch Overseas Sales
  • Registration Open for WineAmerica Wine and Grape Policy Conference
  • Trademark for Alcohol Held Confusingly Similar to Identical Mark for Cigars
  • NYCR Wines of the Year Weekend Kicks Off ... With Beer
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo export success tough act to follow for UK firms
  • Investors bank on Grange range
  • Spectrum & Vanquish 'happy' despite withdrawn lots at London auction
  • Bogus Burgundies?
  • Auction withdraws 13 DRC lots amid fraud claims
  • DRC auction, guilty, Messi wine, scouting, charity – sipped & spit
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red wine alone may not be the elixir of life, finds new study
  • Gov't Anti-Alcohol Efforts Pay off: Diageo Says UK Drinking Less
  • Wine calories versus Bag of Chips calories
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Writing about wine is not like playing King of the Mountain, or is it?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • New winemaker at Atalon
  • Rewinery Offers Wine-to-Door Delivery in San Francisco
  • Roger Trinchero receives Military Patriot Award
  • Pruning skills put to test in 11th annual Napa County Pruning Contest
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NJ: Outer Coastal Plain Vineyard Assn gets $33K USDA grant
  • NY: 'Wine in markets' push just won't die
  • WA: Kalama wine bottle plant to restart in July
  • WA: Movie theater beer and wine bill passes House
  • WA: Vineyard gives early valentine
  • WI: Assembly Committee Hears Spirits Tasting Bill
  • ACADEMIA
  • San Diego State U Course Examines Wine Business Opportunities
  • Vineyard finds home on campus
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK Champagne sales stagnate
  • Austria chases lower UK prices
  • Spirited Wines' plans for UK Nicolas stores
  • “Gruaud Larose must move with the times”
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Rain should not cloud grape crop prospects
  • NZ: Marlborough needs appellation system, says Forrest
  • OZ: Early grape harvest in Coonawarra
  • OZ: Serafino on high over wine deal
  • OZ: Lion recovers after suffering 'perfect storm'
  • NZ: Romantic notion of owning a vineyard
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Native Chinese wine regions enhance brand development
  • Chinese wine lover snaps up Vosne-Romanee vines
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina grows UK exports
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Next Malbec
  • One Sommelier's Success
  • World's top winemaking families committed to 'long term'
  • Interview with the winemaker: Josh Baker of Edna Valley Vineyard
  • What's in a vintage date?
  • I accidentally froze a bottle of wine - is it still okay to drink?
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • GRAMMY Awards to Serve Wines Sealed with Natural Cork

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