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July 30, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Treasury Wine Estates Mulling Big China plan
  • Is California Wine At a Pricing Inflection Point?
  • Land Values Keep On Climbing
  • The Small Distributor: An Update
  • Washington law boosts Idaho and Ore. liquor sales
  • Estate tax debate heats up in U.S. tax fight
  • Thinking Positive: The 2012 Wine Industry Financial Symposium
  • Canadian Wineries still live in fear of liquor control boards
  • The Horror! The Horror! Celebrity Pinot Grigio
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lake County crop value increased 4% in 2011
  • Charles Krug to build $6M new hospitality center
  • Meritage expansion boosts Napa Valley tourism
  • UC Davis Mondavi research winery nearly done
  • A crop of new, noteworthy California wineries
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Brown-Forman AGM okays stock split, elects board
  • Moët Hennessy USA Sales Up 7% In First Half
  • You Don't Know Jack: Brown-Forman's Shares Are Currently Overvalued
  • Constellation Brands Having Record-Breaking Year
  • Liv-ex: Beyond Bordeaux: best of the rest
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Is yours a red wine and cola?
  • Taste What You're Missing: Taste science gets girly
  • Priority Access
  • What is an “intellectual wine”?
  • Do “real oenophiles” like local wine?
  • When food and wine pairing go awry
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Houseguest Wine: Yes to Albariño, No to Malbec
  • College Level Philosophy: The Wine Edition
  • What wine writers talk about at dinner
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Social media leads drink and food choices
  • Redefining Engagement in the Social Age
  • Wine on Tap = Greener Wine
  • “Freshbag” – French for wine kegerator
  • World’s Best Sale Pitch: “My Product will help you Increase Sales”
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IN: Wine distributor Goes Eco-Friendly
  • NM: Wine a budding business in the Mesilla Valley
  • NY: Bloomer Creek, Cult Winery Continues to Take Chances
  • NY: Winegrape Renamed 'Geneva Red'
  • OR: Claude Gros a brilliant mercenary winemaker
  • WA: Seattle's Precept Wine brims with growth across Northwest
  • EUROPE
  • Burgundy harvest squeezed by poor weather
  • Rioja Gems Part II: Family and Tradition
  • THE UK
  • UK consumers open to untraditional wine packaging
  • Waitrose becomes Principal Supporter to the Institute of Masters of Wine
  • OH CANADA!
  • Langley winery Blackwood Lane has 5200 bottles of high-end wine stolen
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: More cuts loom as Owens-Illinois blames local market
  • OZ: Farmers and grape growers work together to stop spray drift damage
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Building a Winery in China From Scratch
  • Red wine leading the way in China
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • B Cellars Partners With Vin Divino for National Sales and Marketing

  • July 27, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Treasury Wine Estates seeks to upgrade US, Asia operations
  • Canadian wineries nix convenience store sales
  • Agriculture is bright spot in Calif economy
  • Wine Institute Presentation on Protecting Your Brand in China
  • Top ten trends of the last ten years: 6. Environmentalism
  • Strong Central Valley table grape crop expected
  • House Farm Bill Takes Another Step?
  • SSU Prof Liz Thach On Ningxia Wine Challenge Panel
  • Los Banos Winemaker brings his dad's dream to life
  • China rejects call for ban on tiger wine & farms
  • Meet the Wine Fixer
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Mendocino Vintner-Grower Group Forming
  • The Saga Of Sonoma State Cellars
  • Christopher Hansen Named GM at Seguin Moreau Napa Cooperage
  • Infestation of evasive oriental fruit fly hits Morgan Hill
  • Steven Kent Portfolio teams with Glazers in Louisiana
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • 1855 – can't pay €2750 or won't pay or trading while insolvent?
  • Bargain hunting billionaires
  • Liv-ex: Olympic returns
  • Dubreuil resigns from Rémy Cointreau
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • Pay to Rank, Why Paid Search for Digital PR?
  • Far East investors seeking wine label perfection, says Sutcliffe
  • Global Internet Ad Spend Sees Double-Digit Growth
  • Traditional bottles most popular choice for consumers
  • Steven Kent and La Rochelle Labels team with R&R Marketing
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine angels scale glass tower for the perfect Chardonnay
  • After a century, Baron Rothschild's Bat Shlomo vineyards are flourishing again
  • A Guide to Rioja Classifications.
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Higher alcohol wine blame: Mother Nature, Wine Critics, or Winemakers?
  • Natural wine: Italian government crackdown
  • New York Post vs. New York wine lists
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Machine can compare wine grapes all over the world
  • Training Systems Alter Susceptibility of Grapes to Powdery Mildew
  • THE UK
  • Fledgling wine brand pranks Innocent Drinks
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC Liquor Economics & Privatization
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: A new day for Australian Shiraz
  • NZ: Smaller regions capitalise on Marlborough shortfall
  • NZ: Wine company aiming global

  • July 26, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Weibel Family Vineyards & Winery Comments On The Sale of Their Hopland Facility
  • Vintage Wine Estates Buys Weibel’s Hopland Facility, Will Rename it Ray’s Station
  • Atlas Peak Vineyard project Fined $65,000
  • Bad Massachusetts Wine Shipping Bill Unlikely to Pass in 2012
  • Wash Wine Commission’s Ambitious New Plan For Promotion
  • Registration Opens for 2013 DtC Wine Symposium
  • Examining China's Biggest Winemaker
  • Aussie winery abandons screwcap in favour of cork
  • Ningxia Foreign Winemaker Challenge: How To Apply
  • Bill Foley knows fast food too
  • Man Makes Fascinating Machines Inside Wine Glasses
  • OH CANADA!
  • Thousands sign petition to permit Ontario convenience stores to sell beer, wine
  • BC: BYOB Program implemented in Whistler restaurants
  • Bill C-311 is the law of the land – now what?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Broken bottles and other warnings against passion investing
  • Schubert named Diageo wine president
  • Zacks Reiterates Neutral on Diageo PLC (DEO)
  • Acker Merrall Achieves Strong 1H2012 Results
  • Liv-ex: Bordeaux buyers look beyond the Firsts
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • How Social Media and Millennials Impact the Alcohol Industry
  • 5 Twitter Tools to Enhance Your Marketing
  • Big Market Beer Waning Wine, Spirits & Craft Beer Eye Takeover
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Let Robert Parker into the Vintners Hall of Fame
  • Ethics, Sources and Fact Checking
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Carignan: A Grape From Israel's Past And Future
  • Winegrowing estate in Italy improves flavor via dehydration
  • Whats the standard restaurant serving of wine?
  • Help Steve Cuozzo navigate a wine list
  • Thoughts on the 2009 Cabernet vintage
  • Wine balance: Napa's Phoenix
  • The Day We Discovered a Secret French Wine
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Vineyard manager replaces farm workers with sheep
  • 50th anniversary events for Napa Valley Wine Library Assn
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MI: Rules on wine shipments confuse vintners, hurt consumers
  • NJ: U.S. wine lovers, it's time to meet Garden State wines
  • OH: Growers say this year’s wine crop is looking fine
  • WA: Bennu Revives Bottle Plant
  • PACIFIC RIM
  • Ningxia Wine Challenge: Site hacked, contest goes on, details here
  • Must-Have Wine : Australia's Two-Speed Industry

  • July 25, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Diageo Changes North America Exec Team
  • Updates: Barrel Stop’s Purple Unicorn and Russian River Vineyards Ch11
  • Naked Wines Rents Blackstone Winery, Offers $100/ton Custom Crush
  • Delicato Family Vineyards Mourns The Loss Of Frank Indelicato, Sr
  • CA Jumps on the Alcohol Law Crazy Train
  • Wine's Sweet Spot Is a $20 Bill
  • Women in Wine Leadership Symposium Sets Conference
  • Farm bill may idle until after election
  • Exports: Who won and who lost in the most important markets?
  • Youth Ag Labor Legislation Passes House
  • Vinitaly Winemakers Meet US Congressional Wine Caucus
  • Shatterproof glass bottle developed by US environmental chemist
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Willits bypass: CFBF takes legal action to protect farmland
  • Table grape growers report strong 2012 crop
  • Small Bid Dev Center to leave Santa Rosa JC
  • Napa-fication of Monterey?
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red wine and dark chocolate for your heart - there's a catch
  • Is Light Drinking OK During Pregnancy
  • MARKETING, SALES & MANAGEMENT
  • “Why Every Social Media Manager Should be UNDER 25”
  • "Why Your Social Media Manager Should Be OVER 25"
  • Wine events need a one-day license, here’s how
  • Wines marketed by AC/DC run a little short on spark
  • HOW to Create a QR Code For Your Mobile Shopping Cart
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Credit Suisse raises Diageo target price
  • Liv-ex 50 shows fortnightly rise
  • Ste. Michelle Volume Up 4% In First Half
  • Concha Y Toro Winery Inc Stock Upgraded
  • 1855 Raises More Money
  • DBwinebid – Tweet to win
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Re-Voting In Wine Blogger Awards
  • The AP's Explains the Trouble with Journalists 'Liking' People
  • Zombie Words Are Coming for Your Brains
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Two arguments about typicity in wine
  • BERGER: The sense in wine descriptors
  • Mysterious case of the yellowed corks (SOLVED)
  • Talking with Master Sommelier Virginia Philip
  • So You Want to Be a Wine Judge
  • Zinfandel Is Changing—Perhaps
  • One Grape At a Time
  • A Fun Way to Discover Wine Aromas With Items Already in Your Kitchen
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Atypical wine grape varieties handle water stress better
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Eastern Wine Industry Meets in Michigan
  • NC: Wineries contend with Mother Nature
  • OH: Wine producers marketing through the grapevine
  • KY: 'Wet' state parks report strong alcohol sales
  • EUROPE
  • French Attack EU Grapevine talks
  • New Marketing for Beaujolais: It’s All About the Crus
  • Chateau Latour owner keen to wake up American market
  • Foreign investors seeking Bordeaux education
  • THE UK
  • UK merchant to break Champagne sales record
  • UK Consumers eat out more but spend less
  • Olly Smith Is First English Wine Communicator Of The Year
  • Oddbins takes stand against Olympics marketing rules
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Growers applaud Margaret River coal mining ban
  • OZ: Winery ready to change to biodynamic production
  • OZ: Rathbone in quandary over wine assets
  • OZ: Vintners Pressed by Aussie Dollar Rise
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China - emerging market or competitor?
  • China wine myths: Cheap labor, high taxes
  • Wine market in Ningbo trade zone flatten
  • Steady growth of wine market in Sichuan
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Private vineyard business is booming in Argentina
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Most-Viewed Photo Of All Time? It’s From Wine Country
  • Top ten trends of the last ten years: 8. The wine closure debate
  • New gadget aims to keep wine cold
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Joseph Phelps Vineyards Appoints Will Phelps as Sales Rep
  • Great American Group Notes Wine Producers, Distributors in Good Spirits as Consumers Quench Pent-Up Thirst

  • July 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Fetzer prepares for “rebirth”
  • New Wine Industry Trade Event to Focus on North Coast
  • Wine Accounting Merger: Moss Adams Combines With Rabanal & Smith
  • Warm weather ripens North Coast winegrape season
  • Trinchero Family Estates Adds Spirits to Portfolio
  • Calif Ag Secretary Hosts Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce
  • Accolade Wines fires 175 Aussies in bottling move to Treasury
  • Shocked and Appalled’ by PLCB
  • Report Expects Consumer Drought Impacts Within Two Months
  • U.S. Spirits Consumption Continues 14th Year of Gains
  • Class Act: Jack Daniels Writes Polite Cease-And-Desist Order
  • Can YouTube commercials be credible?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • UC Proposes New Wine Extension Positions
  • Miramonte Winery sizzles with new expansions
  • Nothing rivals state-of-the-art UCD winery
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Lafite’s premium tumbles to 2009 levels
  • Smart Labels Help Thwart Wine Counterfeiters
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Top ten trends of the last ten years: 9. Anti-alcohol sentiment
  • Supplement wine, chocolate for heart
  • Alcohol free flights welcomed
  • Drinking after heart attack studied
  • UK Report Looks At Tougher Rules for Promoting Alcohol Brands
  • Casein Levels in Commercial Wines Not Enough to Elicit Allergic Reaction
  • Russia slaps ban on alcohol advertising in media
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • A Modest Proposal for Multiple Reviews
  • Mustering the Humility and Confidence to Taste Wine
  • Parker reaches retirement age
  • Rhone Shootout Results: Men & Women Agree!
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Heat caused Iowa grapes to ripen faster
  • NH: Missing: $100,000 worth of wine
  • TX: Despite changes, Grapevine Council denies winery again
  • VA: Barboursville Vineyards takes a chance with different grapes
  • EUROPE &THE UK
  • Planned Television Antenna Atop Hermitage Angers Winemakers
  • Merchant Slapped for Futures No-Show
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Jiangsu province seizes 450,000 bottles of smuggled imported wine
  • OZ: Messages in a bottle
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Jamie Oliver Pumps Up Volume With Help From U.S. Friend
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Great American Group Notes Wine Producers, Distributors in Good Spirits as ...

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