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February 22, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Russian River science panel created
  • Meridian Capital, Axton Wine Group To Facilitate Foreign Investment (Item 2)
  • E.&J. Gallo reveals 'film club' as part of 2012 UK activity
  • $100,000 reward in Harris Ranch eco-arson
  • OregonWine Symposium is a hit
  • Bill Bertram, wine label pioneer, dies at 78
  • MA: Wine Direct Shipping Bill Languishes in Committee
  • Canadian entrepreneur hunts for distressed wineries (Corrected Link)
  • The Big Story of Alcohol, Civilization and a Little Fungus
  • For Rhys Vineyards, Greatness Comes at a Price
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Gaming billionaire ups stake in Treasury Wine Estates
  • Petrus Vies With Ausone as $11 Million Wine Sales Move to California, U.K.
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 pauses; Mouton '08 finds a foothold
  • DRC and Bordeaux 09 prices climb
  • Are 2010 Burgundies a smart buy?
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Light Drinking During Pregnancy: What Recent Studies Do — and Do Not — Tell Us
  • A glass of wine a day and health
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • Small Wineries Star on Direct Sales Channel
  • Advertising makes the world go round, and writers are in the food chain
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Vintank Transparency – The Conclusion
  • Why Your Wine Blog Has No Following (And What To Do About It): video
  • Supporting the Mobile Co-Pilot
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Are Americans' Tastes Changing?
  • BERGER: A preference toward lower-alcohol wines?
  • The Low Alcohol Craze Goes Overboard
  • What determines “taste”? A review of Adam Gopnik’s new book
  • This Is Your Brain On Wine
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sonoma State's Wine Exec MBA in Napa: Applications Close February 29
  • UC Releases EGVM Treatment Guidelines for 2012
  • Mondavi heads Class of 2012 into Vintners Hall of Fame
  • The Mondavi family comes together at the Vintners Hall of Fame
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Wineries Unlimited Will Feature "Microbiology from Vineyard to Bottle"
  • Grape Growers Cold Climate Conference (CCC), St. Paul, Feb 23-25
  • ID: Emergency legislation would remove little-known tax on free sips of wine at tastings
  • NY: Vintners compete for ice wine prize
  • NY: Online liquor license map has industry leery
  • OR: Wine sales continue rising trend
  • SD: Jackson Winery receives $300,000 USDA rural development grant
  • SD: Bill to legalize bring-your-own wine option heads to governor
  • EUROPE
  • ViniPortugal unveils ambitious growth plan
  • Critics see red over early Brunello previews
  • Wine: ‘Alsace’s take on muscat is impressive’
  • Margaux opts for organics
  • Bordeaux 2009: wine of the century?
  • THE UK
  • Gallo launches Moscato with biggest ever investment
  • Natural wine fair for UK
  • OH CANADA!
  • BC: Falcon ready to privatize liquor warehouses, distribution
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Low-end products dominate among imported wines via Wenzhou port
  • ARGENTINA
  • Taking stock of Argentine reds beyond malbec
  • Controversial statements from two great wine figures
  • An “Export Consortium” was created in Salta
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • If the wine is hard to pronounce, is it worth more?
  • The 20 Coolest And Most Bizarre Uses For Wine
  • The Art of Toasting – My Top 10 Favorite Wine Toasts
  • The Skinny On Low-Cal Wine + Why Skipping Dessert IS An Option
  • The charm of Oregon's wines

  • February 21, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Mendocino Wine Co. Struggles To Explain Paul Dolan's Exit
  • Restaurant sales trends strong in January
  • The Daunting Task Of Sustaining The Modern Wine Business
  • Wine Scandal Watch: The FBI Swoops In
  • China’s Ningxia region joining OIV as observer
  • Fused genes tackle deadly Pierce's disease in grapevines
  • Jin Shan Zhang buys chateau for 'Chinese-French cultural exchange'
  • Bank of Marin digs deeper into wine
  • Canadian entrepreneur hunts for distressed wineries
  • Wine & Health: This Is Where The End begins
  • Whither Bill Foley?
  • US leaves wine out of organic deal with EU
  • Southern Wine buying Bloomington liquor business
  • Polaris Wines Announces Statewide Distribution in California
  • Wine-based cocktails turning heads
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Pernod's Pringuet announces end of euro crisis
  • Interview: Treasury Wine Estates’ Strategies For Growth
  • OZ: James Packer pours $123m into wine brands
  • Critics' backing boosts 2009 prices
  • Laurent-Perrier posts 8.2% growth for Q3 2011-2012
  • Treasury Wine Estates: One for the cellar?
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Is red wine really good for the heart?
  • Weigh risks against so-called benefits of an occasional drink
  • White Wine as Good for Heart as Red?
  • Alcohol’s Toll - U.S. Should Raise Taxes, Crack Down
  • Alcohol in movies linked to child boozing
  • French police: holidaymakers have to carry a breathalyser kit in their car
  • Alcohol seen killing 200000 Britons in next 20 years
  • 10 radical solutions to binge drinking
  • Big screen booze causes real problems
  • Programme on Britain's Hidden Alcoholics turns spotlight on wine drinkers
  • Portman Group rejects “doomsday” alcohol outlook
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • Preventing your brand from being defined by what it doesn't do
  • TTB Circular Warns of Improper Tie-In Sales
  • Wine, Rap, and the Power of Product Placement
  • Personalize your Wine Club for Success!
  • The words 'youth' and 'wine' weren't always a common pairing, but today's sommeliers are changing that.
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Brands Face Stream Fatigue as Consumers Look Beyond Gimmicks in Social Networks
  • VinTank 2.0 Advanced Features: Innovation through Context
  • Why Social and Selling Don’t Mix….Another Nail in the Coffin for the Question of ROI in Social Media.
  • Wine list migration to iPad – The new, virtual sommelier?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Jeremy Oliver gives Chinese wine Jia Bei Lan 19 out of 20
  • Chinese consumers would prefer lower alcohol wines: survey
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Are Copper Levels in Wine Safe for Human Consumption?
  • More Grapes, Less Wrath
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Few takers for federal disaster aid to Solano growers
  • Lodi vintners ask: What makes a winery?
  • Williams Selyem hires Michael Traverso as hospitality manager
  • San Rafael man savors wine for the label
  • Grapegrowers and Winemakers Enlisted as Pest Sleuths
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AK: Fight over alcohol board move centers on underage drinking
  • GA: Lawmakers Halt Liquor Store Tastings
  • OR: Wine symposium has good news
  • VA: A Californian’s perspective on Virginia wine
  • WA: Woodward Canyon announces ownership changes
  • WV: House OK's bill to allow liquor sampling
  • ACADEMIA
  • OR: Wine Institute students swirl, sniff and taste wine in new building
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK: Will duty rises damage small wine merchants?
  • UK set for Moscato influx
  • Muscadet Vignerons Seek Wine's 'Next Big Thing' in Loire Rocks
  • OH CANADA!
  • LCBO must go
  • Unique winery set up on Vancouver Downtown Eastside
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Cool climate hotting up
  • NZ: Wine-testing lab first of its kind in country
  • OZ: Guala buys Australian screwcap maker
  • NZ: New winemaker at Craggy Range
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • California to open new trade and investment offices in China
  • Indian wine in China: CWS to import two reds, one white from Grover
  • Women executives flying high in Indian liquor industry
  • Ningxia wine: Jia Bei Lan 2009 launch set for mid-March in Beijing
  • Vintners looking for a another vintage year
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • ‘Vineyard’ toasts Argentina’s growth from ‘bad’ wine to ‘best’
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Court winds up KZN wine estate
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Master of Grignolino
  • What’s a go-to supermarket wine?
  • The acid test for wine
  • Battling palate fatigue
  • 2008 Napa Cabernets, through my eyes and others
  • Today the biggest buzz in the business is natural wines.

  • February 17, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Mortgage Title Mogul Morphs Into Entrepreneur of Viticulture
  • Treasury raises toast to the thirst of China (Scroll down for lots more Treasury articles)
  • Wine Fumbles Health Issue, Spirits Industry Picks Up Ball
  • California water bill approved by key panel
  • Achieve Business Goals by Taking Responsibility for the Other Guy’s “Mistakes”
  • Killer Label Design Sells Out Wine In Record Time
  • SLO Wine exporting seminar set for next week
  • China's wine romance with Napa Valley
  • Lodi vintners already cultivating Chinese customers
  • Calistoga council to consider wine regulations...Again
  • US wine exports up in 2011 as Asian demand grows
  • Controversy Hits Beverly Hills Wine Festival Honoring Whitney Houston
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Former AMA Chair: Nature Alcohol/Health Article Lacks Common Sense
  • How Much Alcohol Do You Really Drink?
  • Stop-Smoking Drug Makes Booze a Turnoff
  • MA: Bill to Ban Alcohol Ads on State Property Heads to Ways and Means
  • Social media 'push youth to alcohol'
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Beam's Skinnygirl Brand Enters Wine Market
  • Impact Databank’s Analysis Of Pernod Ricard’s U.S. Progress
  • Pernod posts 11% sales and 20% net profit increases
  • Pernod Ricard Posts Solid Results, but Shares Appear Slightly Overvalued
  • Diageo Gave to Climate-Denier Think Tank
  • Fine wine market shows signs of improvement
  • Legendary Henri Jayer Burgundy Collection Nets Record For Christie’s
  • Diageo seeks to evade grocery price wars
  • TREASURY FROM EVERY ANGLE
  • Treasury Wine Estates reports A$58m profits
  • TWE wine sales lower, but earnings up
  • Treasury Wine Estates toasts solid first half profit
  • TWE says China wine market a bottler
  • Beringer, Chateau St. Jean boost Treasury Wine's year-end domestic sales
  • Four out of five ain't bad: Treasury Wine
  • UK decline hits Treasury Wine Estates
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • Wine Institute UK Contest: Golden ticket to the Golden State
  • Wine sellers must understand the winemaking process
  • Wine labels tell a marketing story
  • Report: Content and the New Marketing Equation
  • Google, Apple target the TV – what does this mean for marketers?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Why I don't do celebrity wine stories
  • Digital Wine Communications Conference Ewbc 2012 Announces Keynote Speakers
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Consumers across three continents prefer lower alcohol wines: Prowein
  • The Bitter Battle Over Sweet Wine
  • Sweet red wine, part I
  • Age Worthy? WSJ Readers Weigh In
  • You Say Older Wines Are Trouble—I Say “Poppycock”
  • Revisiting Zinfandel, with a side of wine writing
  • IMW Seminar to Focus on Wines of Eastern Spain
  • Lebanese sommelier takes on training others in wine culture
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • PA: PLCB Modernization Makes Sense
  • PA: State Liquor Stores' Soviet-style Socialism Fails
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Grand Cru Champagne House makes English sparkling wine
  • Wine bar opens in historic London pub
  • En primeur credibility 'damaged': survey
  • Bordeaux 2010: Did the Bordelais know something we didn't?
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: La Nina holds back grape harvest
  • OZ: Bless this Barossa fruit
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Indian wine in China: CWS to import two reds, one white from Grover
  • Far East Diplomacy with a Chinese Cuvée
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Does Nitrogen Cause Pinot Leaf Curl?
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • In the Bag: Insuring Fine Wine
  • Wine's Hidden Beauty by Sondra Barrett, PhD.
  • There's Something About Pinot
  • How to Be Sure the Wine Matches the Label
  • Why the Old World is fascinated with the New World
  • A master in the world of wine
  • Entertainment Legend Antonio Banderas Introduces the Anta Banderas Winery
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • DSWE Appoints Stephen Kelley as French Portfolio Manager & Southeast Regional Manager

  • 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

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