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January 25, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Unified Wine & Grape Symposium in Sacramento has its work cut out
  • Calif. property tax: One system for homes, another for business?
  • Dolan departs Mendocino Wine Co., deputies summoned
  • Distributor deal allows Aussie winemaker to buy into China
  • Starbucks Happy Hour Experiment May Risk Alienating Some Customers
  • Yellow Tail Joins Sweet Red Phenomenon
  • Vintners try to freeze out faux icewine
  • High wine prices key to New Zealand’s strategy
  • Data Shows Growth in American Wineries
  • BERGER: The radical changes in winemaking
  • Where Can Wineries Really Innovate? In Engaging The People Who Actually Drink The Stuff!
  • Good Company Wines acquires CellarThief.com
  • Gallo and Constellation Screwed by US Tort Law
  • Six traits of a successful regional winery association
  • Coffee Geeks Meet Grape Nuts
  • Gong Xi Fa Cai: A return to prosperity?
  • Beer Drinkers Hit Hardest in Weak Economy: Report
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Pernod Ricard books loss on NZ assets sale
  • Can A Monkey Beat A Hedge Fund? New Study Reveals Disturbing Stats
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Wine Symposium Opens With Climate Focus
  • Millions being given out to clean the air in San Joaquin Valley
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Paso Robles Wine Alliance names industry leaders of the year
  • California Wine: Marsanne vs. Rousanne
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Starbucks to Sell Wine , Beer in CA, IL, GA
  • MA: MBTA to bar alcohol ads on all property, including trains, buses
  • OR: Mad Wine Science
  • SD: Bill to legalize bring-your-own-wine option passes state Senate committee
  • WA: Small movie theaters look to sell beer and wine
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Wine and the India EU Free Trade Agreement
  • Millésime Bio: Three days, too many wines and only one master sommelier
  • 1855 (1855.com): Three more complaints
  • Single vineyard Rioja enters the spotlight
  • Interview: The Frescobaldi Family On Italian Wine And Their Role In The Category
  • SymphonyIRI, mySupermarket to offer real-time Shopper Insights in UK
  • Doctor questions UK minimum pricing effect
  • Left Bank Bordeaux Cup open for university entries
  • Brancott launches 187ml bottles
  • AUSTRALIA
  • No buyer for Gulgong grower's winegrapes
  • Australians Urged to Drink Domestic Wine
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India: Chill Sours Grapes but tourism soars
  • New Asian buyers thirst for fresh wine tastes
  • China beats India in the First Decade
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Win Your Own Wine Brand in the Crushpad Club Challenge
  • A Review of a Review

  • January 24, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Yellow Tail Maker Ambushed By High Aussie $
  • Starbucks expanding beer, wine sales this year
  • CDC: If You Drink Enough to Enjoy It, You've Had Too Much
  • Red Flag for Merlot Supply?
  • Lafite Rothschild sold on the cheap in Chinese scam
  • Global Wine Partners Adds Former Premier Pacific Vineyards Mgr Dir As SrVP
  • Industry Vet Mark Chandler Opens Business, Announces First Client
  • Water debate renewed after Fresno State report
  • Winestyr Is Latest Daily-Deal Wine Site
  • Wine Marketing More Than a Message
  • Experts Discuss Laws Regulating Alcoholic Beverages
  • Big Alcohol Dominates Alcohol Regulator Meeting
  • Chestnut Wood as an Alternative to Oak
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • CEDC Signs 5-year Exclusive Distribution Agreement with Beam in Poland
  • Hosken Says It Won’t Raise Offer for KWV
  • Liv-ex Claret Chip crosses paths with Fine Wine 50
  • TWIF predicts Liv-ex 100 to rise in 2012
  • Brazil's bottle redesign cuts carbon emissions at Diageo
  • HEALTH
  • Resveratrol Redux: The Bad and the Good
  • Why a drink a day may keep the doctor away
  • New Drug Claims to Keep You Sober, No Matter How Much You’ve Had to Drink.
  • Both alcohol and red wine polyphenols linked to decreased CVD risk
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Bordeaux Bashing, justified or sensationalistic?
  • Writer Wins $20K Family Reunion Prize
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Lower Alcohol Wines and Why We Want Them
  • Drink Natural Wine—Or Get a Bad Rash
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • 'Green' wine label paper is developed
  • Reconciling cities with water scarcity
  • Using Ingenuity to Combat Global Water Crisis
  • Water agencies brawl over 'use it or lose it' rule
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Little North Bay wineries on the rise
  • Riverbench hires new winemaker
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: GOP group seeks to privatize liquor sales
  • OH: JobsOhio Gets into the Liquor Business
  • NC: Get all the dirt on growing grapes
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Fake booze on the rise in Ireland
  • Sales drop at Vranken-Pommery Monopole
  • The Portman Group calls for final responses to alcohol consultation
  • Specialists put out their judgment on 2010 Burgundy
  • Roederer becomes Champagne’s biggest in biodynamics
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Frost disaster averted as wind machines kick in
  • OZ: European wine prices plunge
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Red Wine & Shower After Skiing Across Antarctica
  • New movie lifts lid on Master Sommeliers
  • 25,000-year-old cave paintings and Burgundy wine bid for World Heritage status
  • Margrit Mondavi to publish 'frank' memoir
  • Where wine and finance meet
  • Is Petite Sirah, that Special Black Opal of the Wine World?

  • January 23, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Restaurant comps set records in December
  • Wine trends for 2012
  • John Wright: Domaine Chandon Founder Dies
  • Vintus Wins U.S. Import Rights To Tommasi
  • Costco To Open 20 New Units in Fiscal 2012
  • The Wine World Gathers in Sacramento for the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium
  • New generation winemaker turns to beer
  • Incubators help grow Idaho wineries
  • Time For Industry to Think about Pink
  • Krug, Rubens Lure Wine Buyers as U.S. Fights Rise of Hong Kong
  • The women behind the wine at top NYC restaurants
  • Fresh Interpretation of Traditional Winemaking
  • U.S. Economy Most Toxic of 24 Issues
  • Natural wines “not for the masses”
  • Direct Through Trade – Social Media Redefining The “Customer”
  • Australia Raising the profile of Tempranillo
  • Seminar on How to Collect on Deadbeat Accounts
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Pernod Ricard Selling $2.5Bln Of Bonds In Three Parts -Source
  • Pernod Ricard's purchasers get clarity on marketing spend
  • Magnotta Winery Completes Share Buyback To Go Private
  • Acker wine auction serves up mixed results
  • Multinational drinks companies continue to invest in Africa
  • HEALTH
  • Alcohol For A Longer Life?
  • Drink firms hijack Aussie youth events: AMA
  • Canadian pus to halt liquor advertising
  • New Israeli law bans alcohol advertising
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Wine writer Matthew Jukes wins top Australian award
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Would you buy a "bad vintage"?
  • The 2010 Pinot Noirs: an assessment
  • How the right turned brie and chablis into an epithet
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Is the world facing a groundwater crisis?
  •  Calif Gov seeks delay on water bond
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • VIDEO: Winery expands in Lodi
  • Planners approve Aetna Springs project
  • 'Tired' Napa vineyards being replanted
  • Keeping the vino in the family
  • Winetasting Network Appoints Angelica De Vere VP, Merchandising, BizDev
  • V. Sattui Winery Hires Tom O'Higgins as Marketplace Manager
  • Chalone gets top talent with Hammond
  • Copia helped reshape Napa, now Napa can reshape Copia
  • J Vineyards Attains Certified Sustainable Status
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • DrinkLocalWine visits Denver, and Denver is thrilled
  • MD: State could gain as much as $173M from online sales tax
  • NJ: Some Roast, Some Toast New Wine Shipping Bill
  • OR: Can Pinot Gris Get a Grip on State?
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK and EU Wine Law
  • Champagne plans partnership with Usher
  • CANADA
  • Cold snap sends Okanagan winemakers back into the vineyard
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Sobering issue as wine imports hit home
  • Oliver Discusses Australia Wine Industry
  • Wine Exports Hit as Aussie Surge Aids Bordeaux
  • Drinks downturn hits bottle manufacturer O-I
  • Wine worth $32m hanging on Swan Valley vines
  • Grapes of wrath
  • To serve and protect
  • Corker season in the Valley
  • Winemakers fear vineyard squeeze
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India struggles to develop taste for wine
  • The future of expensive Bordeaux wines in China
  • India's changing lifestyle drives Fratelli Wines growth
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • New Players On The Los Cabos Wine Scene
  • 2012 began with five great investments in Argentina
  • Seismic shift in South American wines
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • The Pinotage Association release a new wine guide
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Fun with wine clubs; the unusual, experimental and limited
  • Dear Undercover Boss Rick Tigner, why was I chosen to be involved?
  • WORST NEWS RELEASE OF THE YEAR ... SO FAR
  • eWinery Solutions And Its Unclear PR Thinking

  • January 20, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Changes in the grape market: How did rap music make more people drink moscato? (And Other Questions)
  • Bulk Wine Exports Growing
  • French Malbec gains popularity in US restaurants
  • Southern To Buy Out Odom's Stake In Distribution Joint Venture
  • Chinese tycoon buys more Aussie wine assets
  • Brand-Jacking: Social disaster or the highest form of flattery?
  • Water Stocks: Will Top CEOs Start Taking Water Risk Seriously?
  • Italy crime groups control big food & wine business
  • Restaurant wine - a venerable New York establishment does the right thing
  • When Judges Tell the Truth About the Wine Industry
  • Nomacorc launches closure for aging wine
  • Key Transitions in the Growth of a Wine Store Website
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo could contemplate Guinness sale or spirits purchases
  • Christie’s to auction art and wine together
  • Pernod Ricard UK announces senior appointments
  • Foster's sales drop "must be of concern"
  • Andrew Carter to leave Bacardi for key role at Treasury Wine Estates
  • Treasury appoints Regional Execs
  • HEALTH
  • UK Nanny-state fails to stop binge drinking
  • The Wine Ethicist: What’s Alright For The Kids?
  • It's Never Safe to Drink During Pregnancy
  • Elderly Binge Most
  • Wine headaches: That glass of Cabernet at lunch may hurt
  • Do Grapes or Alcohol Make Red Wine Good for the Heart?
  • SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE 2011 HARVEST
  • NZ: Disease big threat now
  • Brazil: wine grape crop to fall 20% in Rio Grande do Sul
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Sommeliers Vs. Bloggers—The Battle To Replace Mr. Parker
  • Wine: Natural, authentic, naked, or whatever?
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • California's Central Valley Project? The Feds Bailed Us Out
  • OZ: Irrigators say scrap Murray-Darling plan
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Paso Robles' Villicana Winery now making vodka, gin
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IN: Hoosier wine makers burst with enthusiasm
  • TX: Dry weather may be helping Texas wine sales
  • VA: For some Richmond wine sellers, the glass is half empty
  • WA: Registration Open for Feb. 11 Women in Ag Confab
  • EUROPE
  • Croatian wine looks to crack global market
  • France is a “banana republic” says Guffens
  • THE UK
  • Olympics won't save tough 2012
  • London Olympics to generate millions for wine trade
  • Australia faces UK market share loss
  • Top two quit JS wine team
  • Sainsbury’s wine team shake-up
  • CANADA
  • Permitting direct wine shipment to consumers across Canada
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Record Champagne consumption
  • OZ: Bottle jobs go as beer, wine sales fall
  • OZ: End of the road for well known family winery
  • OZ: A future leader in Australian wine
  • NZ: Up-and-coming superstars in the wine industry
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Improvement of Yantai wine industry
  • Development status of wine enterprises of Penglai and its countermeasures
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • The Wine Road to Santiago
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 21 Crazy Facts About The Unbelievably Corrupt Olive Oil Industry
  • K-J chief previews his role in 'Undercover Boss
  • Will Wine Be Used as a Weapon Against the 1 Percent?
  • The cork leaked on a fine wine - what's to blame?
  • A Documentary Worth Seeing: SOMM
  • To Recork Or Not To Recork an Old Port
  • 5 things about wine to focus on in 2012
  • Barefoot, flipflop, and the wacky, wonderful world of wine trademarks
  • A grape that grows on you
  • Former NFL greats serve up wine with a kick
  • George Washington Wine Cooler Fetches $782,500 at Auction
  • Snorkeler enjoying his wine

  • January 19, 2012TOP NEWS
  • 2011 US wine exports reach record levels
  • Big Box Foes May Thwart Williams-Sonoma's Return To Sonoma
  • Over-Expansion: Loving Russian River to Death
  • Water for Wine: Deadline Looms For North Coast Vineyards
  • Gallo Case Sheds Light on Interpretation of Distribution Rights in North Carolina
  • Wine Opinions to Conduct Omnibus Surveys
  • INTERNATIONAL DEALS
  • Accolade Buys Stake In Chinese Wine Company
  • Terlato Family Makes Major Move In U.K., Linking With Matthew Clark
  • Japanese buy NZ vineyard
  • Wine-Networks and Wine Intelligence merge
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • 7th Circuit Issues Ruling on Alcohol Delivery Law
  • NJ Gov. Christie praises legislative effort to pass wine bill
  • Opponents spent $1 million fighting NJ wine measure
  • NJ wineries hailing new legislation as a potential boon for growth
  • WA: Agency still learning what transition to privatized liquor will mean
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • China's appetite for wine could send your portfolio into high spirits
  • Liv-ex: Burgundy 2010 campaign off to a promising start
  • Diageo Tax breaks on autopilot with little debate
  • Wine Investment Advice From Sommelier, Collector
  • SVB Financial Named One of the Best Companies to Work for
  • HEALTH
  • Scientific Misconduct Muddies Waters of Red Wine Research
  • Moderate beer drinking could have the same health benefits as wine
  • Does Alcohol Help Prevent Alzheimer's?
  • Research unravels mechanisms of beneficial components in red wine
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Stop Hating On Pinotage, Already
  • New Formulations of Fungicide Alter Sensory Characteristics in White Wine
  • Terroir vs. intervention: the case of Chardonnay
  • Examining Oregon from afar
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Calif Gov hints at peripheral canal
  • Ideas flow for new Northern California regional water plan
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • TCA can affect producers too!
  • Grape genes mapped to track down best Chardonnay
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lodi pomegranate wine & juice pours into local stores
  • 2012 will be year of progress for Napa Valley Vine Trail
  • The Big Gay Napa Wine Train Returns
  • Bordeaux Wine & Spirits MBA Students Learn from North Coast Industry Leaders
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MA: Rowley uncorks a new winery
  • ME: Salmon Falls Winery: Technology, transportation bring Calif grapes
  • MN: Latest victim of our mild winter: ice wine
  • NH: Granite State vineyards have proven much in 20 years
  • TX: Budget cuts could jeopardize grape research
  • EUROPE
  • In France, vintners erase a notorious past
  • When the fraud squad raided Verget: compare and contrast with 1855
  • Icewine harvest back on in Germany
  • The New Barons of Bubbly
  • Mouton Rothschild MD retires
  • Has Bordeaux's Bubble Burst?
  • THE UK
  • Could Champagne be a star performer in 2012?
  • Push for VAT cut in UK on-trade
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Jacob’s Creek wary of low alcohol tag
  • OZ: Winegrape growers seething
  • OZ: Wine tourism recovers from global downturn
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China brims with fake, high-end bottles of wine
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • My ninja quest for two great wines from Brazil
  • The identikit of South American wines
  • Alamos — The Wines of Catena
  • Chile’s new wine mantra: quality
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Grape harvest kicks off at Simonsig Estate
  • SA upbeat about vintage
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Snooth.com Launches New Facebook Integration to Make Wine Tasting More Social
  • ShipCompliant Launches "MarketPlace" Platform
  • Slurp to use 'SlurpVision' as major sales platform
  • Married to your business Twitter or Facebook account? Think before you say, I sue
  • Winery Websites: Not So Good, it Seems
  • 6 Tips for Handling Breaking Crises on Twitter
  • Gmail Experiments With QR Code Login [VIDEO]
  • Tablet Visitors Spent 54% More Than Smartphone Visitors in 2011
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Animal Wine Labels – South Africa vs the Others
  • The Ultimate Pleasure of Aged Wine

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