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January 16, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Market turns for North Coast grape growers
  • Wine House Competes Against Big Chains In LA
  • Brazil Rising: A New Frontier for Wine
  • A different kind of Mendocino bud crop
  • Walgreens Unveils New Store Concept: Sushi Bar, Upscale Wine, Spirits & Beer
  • Cognac sales enjoy record 2011
  • Sonoma County economy to continue its slow growth in 2012
  • 80% Say Social Networks Had No Influence On Holiday Shopping Decisions: Survey
  • Pesticide reform groups blast decision on Methyl Iodide
  • Calif Methyl Iodide Lawsuit: Judge To Rule On Approval
  • Why wines are stronger now
  • VIDEO: Lodi wineries tapping into growing Chinese market
  • Professional Opportunities and Jobs in Wine Law
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Bordeaux Goes Unsold, Price Qualms Damp $18.7 Million Sales
  • Wine auctions a bit like gambling
  • Bordeaux falls flat at Sotheby auction
  • Spectrum and Vanquish aim to bring 'fun and flair' to London auction scene
  • HEALTH
  • Road deaths drop where wine share highest
  • Breathalyzer Kits to Become Compulsory in all Vehicles in France
  • Falsified Data, Alcohol Statements and Wine Education
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Reflections on 8 Years of Wine Blogging
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Is this wine undrinkable? Who is to say?
  • The sommelier as endangered species
  • Does wine make food taste better?
  • BONE-HEADED CUSTOMER SERVICE NO-NOS
  • Wine store owner lashes out at customer online
  • Woman Claims Wine Store Owner Called Her A Drug-Addicted Prostitute Online Because Of Bad Yelp Review
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Calif Assembly wimps out on bill to require vote on peripheral canal
  • Regional Calif water plans on the table; help from the public sought
  • Napa Grapes unaffected by current measure of climate change
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Brock Webcasts Cool Climate Grape/Wine Series
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Winery, tasting room on Peachy Canyon Road is approved
  • Central Coast winery zoning dispute continues
  • What's Next for Copia?
  • Wolf's Napa grape business was built from the ground up
  • Winery, tasting room on Peachy Canyon Road approved
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Roof collapses at Maryland winery; Virginia celebrates awards
  • OR: Fire destroys Sherwood winery's tasting room
  • PA: Retailers lukewarm on newest wine sales idea
  • VA: Pioneer winery made big shift
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Sustainable Viticulture in Italy
  • New BIVC president revealed
  • CANADA
  • Okanaganites flock to fields to take part in ice wine harvest
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Swan Valley braces for bumper harvest
  • OZ: Wine trade secrets
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China Wine Press: Baijiu, smugglers, China vs Britain, wine auctions
  • China: Having the bottle to invest in red wine
  • As China wine market booms, pricey counterfeit labels proliferate
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • App Allows Consumers to Identify Wines with Natural Cork Closures
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Why You'll Be Drinking Moscato This Year

  • January 13, 2012TOP NEWS
  • W.J. Deutsch, Michael McGill Close To Settling Trade Secrets Lawsuit
  • Alcohol Regulation Roundup: Jan 12, 2012
  • Top 10 Champagne trends for 2012
  • Chinese Companies on new Acquisition Spree centered on Burgundy ?
  • Yannick Evenou offers Chateau Réaut shares on Facebook
  • New Jersey’s Wine Drinking Residents Rejoice
  • Winemaker puts Kingsburg on the map
  • Bronco CFO Appointed Director at Oak Valley Bancorp & Community Bank
  • Competition Results Reinforce Reputations
  • Wine styles of the rich and famous: The Wiltshire 'wine mine'
  • Analyzing the costs of biodynamics
  • Coombsville: Slow down in Napa's newest AVA
  • HEALTH: WINE RESEARCH FRAUD AFTERMATH
  • Fraud Gives Rush Limbaugh Issue To Pound Red Wine
  • Wine Industry Snoozes While NeoDrys Beat The Drum
  • Photo-editing enabled red-wine research fraud
  • Red Wine Fraud: Well This is Darn Annoying!
  • I’m still going to drink red wine
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • 12x75.com interviews Liv-ex Director James Miles
  • Diageo's Chief Executive Paul Walsh keen to buy Cuervo
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Suit: Wine expert created blog to trash Yelp critic
  • On the 100-point scale, uncertainty and types of consumer
  • 'The numbers mean nothing to me'
  • Musings on Wine Scores
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Dry Comments: When will winter arrive?
  • Evening Land Vineyards (ELV) Appoints Greg Ralston CEO
  • Planning begins for Count's 200th birthday bash
  • California's new wine country: Sacramento
  • Wines by Women for Women
  • Pacific Wine Accessories Company is a New Company Offering Wine and Alcohol ...
  • Viviani family member reclaims 'Sonoma Jack' cheese brand
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NJ: Building collapse at Cecil County winery injures
  • OR: Ashland winegrowers keep Pallet Wine Co. hopping
  • PA: Wineries grow their presence at Farm Show
  • VA: McDonnell may abandon proposal to privatize liquor stores
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • State, feds proposed 'scientific' management of Delta water
  • Delta advocates blast flaws in tainted PPIC report
  • Editorial: An $11 billion California water bond? Dry up
  • AROUND THE GLOBE
  • The premiers crus of Israel
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Blue Nun launches low-alc range
  • Croatian wine manufacturer to take on China
  • CANADA
  • Manitoba to allow liquor in movie theatres
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine exports in decline, but price goes up
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China: A domestic wine industry starts to take root
  • Life Sentence for Chinese Smuggler of Top Flight Bordeaux Wines
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • $2.97 wine ... how is it possible?
  • Maybe Champagne was a Bad Choice…?
  • One Cheer For The Great Recession?
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • New Wine Filter Medium Is Safer
  • FAIL!
  • Southern Wine & Spirits of California Appoints Steven Burrows and Isaac ...
  • Southern consistently fails to send out a professional news release. This overly-long, amateurish, wandering example is no exception. Southern either lacks the acumen to send out professional work or doesn't really care how bad it looks.

    January 12, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Water Risk in Supply Chains Draws Investor Scrutiny
  • Sigel’s, Spec’s deal: “off the table”
  • Red wine, not so healthy after all?
  • Bloomberg backwashes plans to close New York liquor stores
  • USDA: Farmers produced less in 2011
  • China overtakes UK to become fifth largest wine-consuming nation
  • Brands adapt in emerging markets
  • The Five Pillars of a Consumer-Driven Wine Market
  • Multi-day Calif Wine event in Dubai and Abu Dhabi
  • Vinexpo to host first ever consumer event
  • New Jersey Poised to Open Up For Direct Shipping
  • From the REPublic: Go ahead, make my day
  • An interview with Christina Findley of The Bottle Shop
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Move to hike plonk price backfires on Treasury
  • B-F's Export Success: Oak Barrels (and Bourbon)
  • The Battle for Wine Auction Supremacy
  • HEALTH
  • Why Reducing The Cost Of Wine Might Actually Save Lives
  • CDC Phone Survey on Binge Drinking "simplistic"
  • The Bizarre Logic Behind Bloomberg's Booze Crackdown: Target Moderate Drinkers
  • Beer: the healthy alternative?
  • Healthier wine: Influence of Winemaking Techniques on Phenolic Composition of Red Wine
  • Heavy Drinkers Get Bigger Kick from Booze
  • Fraud sours red wine health claims
  • Endorphin study could aid alcoholism treatment
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • How to handle a negative online review
  • How NOT to handle a negative online a review
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The Peculiar Defenses of the 100 Point Wine Rating System
  • Sonoma State Wine Business Institute to offer sensory evaluation and sensory test method workshop
  • Wine Ratings and the Nature of 1+1=2
  • The case for cheaper wine, in one chart
  • Research-Grade Wine Evaluation
  • Good Food, Good Wine and “Pointless” Nights at the Table
  • MARKETING & PROMOTION
  • Now, THIS is how you promote wine! (video) Wines of Chile in Canada
  • Consumers OK with Ads… if the Apps are Free
  • The Truth About Silkscreened Wine Bottles & Thongs
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NC: Viticulture Conference shows how to grow grapes in the mountains
  • NY: 'Grape growers are the foundation of the wine industry (video)
  • PA: Poll Says 81% Choose Bootlegging Over PLCB Hikes
  • PA: Hikes Some Wine and Liquor Prices
  • WA: Olympia Tries to Cut Wine Red Tape
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Scotland should ban drinks sales in supermarkets
  • Sicily's climate creates red wines that rival pinot noir
  • Record Austrian exports defy forecast
  • Prosecco Growers Act to Guard Its Pedigree
  • Domaine Faiveley builds new winery to increase capacity
  • Chablis facing year of consolidation
  • Loire: New organic wine fair – Angers 30th January 2012
  • Royal Warrant for Vintner Systems
  • CANADA
  • Drought-tolerant wine-grape rootstocks to be tested in the Okanagan
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • OZ: Good vintage if rain stays away
  • The 50 most consumed Argentine wines in China
  • Speculations of 2011 Xiamen Wine market
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • FindTheBest Announces Partnership with Drinkhacker
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Talking fridge will watch your weight, chill wine super fast
  • USA still #1, NJ, Hitler can’t get Burgundy 2010
  • Euro weakness: A wine buying opportunity?
  • Sit in a room without a cell phone. Let yourself fall into the glass
  • CIA Launches Wine Lovers Boot Camps
  • How nature-nuture dynamic works for wine

  • January 11, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Northwest Booze Wars
  • American AgCredit absorbs Colorado farm lender
  • Global Wine Auctions Reach New High in 2011
  • Is Bloomberg Out to Limit The Sale of Booze in NYC?
  • China buying more Australian bottled wine
  • No Ice Wine This Winter in IA, MN
  • US tops global wine consumption chart
  • Winery Transitions Coast to Coast
  • This is the golden age of wine (and drink) in America
  • Vinexpo reveals details of New York show
  • Wine Science: Better Drinking Through Chemistry
  • The Most Overused Winery Social Media Posts
  • TTB Proposes Revisions to the TTB Label Approval Form
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Direct shipping bill for wineries approved by New Jersey Assembly
  • Wine shipping prohibitions make no sense
  • New Jersey and the State of Direct Shipping
  • Wine-shipping bill clears NJ Legislature
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Treasury Wine taps Diageo executives
  • Spectrum auctions turns to UK as HK stocks mount
  • Diageo expands in fast-growing African market
  • Treasury Targets China As Key Market
  • 3 Companies That Give Back to Shareholders
  • Bordeaux Faces Price Test at $23M HK Auction
  • HEALTH
  • Scientists see new benefits to grapes – staving off blindness
  • The Truth About Breast Cancer and Drinking Red Wine—or Any Alcohol
  • College-age adults average 9 alcoholic beverages when they binge drink
  • Friends, family, GP, work - and advertisers: Who really controls our drinking?
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Dry start to winter means early start for crop irrigation
  • When science is lost in translation: Lessons from California's Bay Delta
  • Commentary: Farmers can convert a water crisis into an opportunity
  • Water barons will make a killing
  • Dry January raises concern over drought in northern California
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Wine Terroir: Tradition versus Technological Advance
  • Smoke Taint Revisted: What Progress Has Been Made?
  • Sunshine helps vineyard-pruning process
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa County will review farmworker housing needs
  • ZAP Festival Getting Overwhelming Sponsor Support
  • Gallo's new Russian River Valley vineyard: Good, but does it fit?
  • Healdsburg Winery Delivers Hard to Find Wines
  • Pope Valley man selected for Calif Ag Leadership Program
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NC: Sustainable Viticulture Conference Set for Feb 22
  • NY: Making ice wine in warm temperatures
  • NY: Gruner Veltliner Makes Its Case in the Finger Lakes
  • TX: Advertising and Labeling Laws Found Unconstitutional
  • UT: DABC committee takes public input over liquor regulation
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK wine consumption to fall 4% by 2015, says Vinexpo
  • Lebanese winery Ixsir, appoints Enotria as UK agent
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Australians don't like beer anymore?
  • Tests ensure grape region disease-free
  • Grubbing up programme 'too slow' and too little
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Asian Demand puts pressure on Burgundy 2010
  • China's wine appreciation reaches new heights
  • Vinexpo Asia-Pacific is bigger and is full
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The Wine Ethicist:Honesty Always The Best Policy?

  • January 10, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Dallas-based Brazos Private Equity Partners to acquire Winebow
  • Gallo Wins Country Vintner Distributor Lawsuit
  • Key US wine sales decline for Treasury Wine Estates
  • Treasury US wine sales dwindle (TV news video)
  • US demand for sparkling wine growing
  • Silicon Valley Bank Expands to Arizona
  • How it happened: The largest US importer of black-produced wine from Africa
  • Flipflop Jumps Out To 600,000 Cases In First Year
  • Luxury Branding and Two Buck Backlash
  • Poor Winery Marketing: Not Much Has Changed
  • Wine Sales and Distribution 2012 – A Look Forward
  • Policing Booze And Beer (And Wine) Online
  • NJ Wine Shipping Bill Wins Legislative Approval
  • Outlook 2012: Menu prices will rise
  • Center for Wine Origins Announces Jan 27 as Port Day
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Wine enterprise investment scheme launches
  • Liv-ex indices see bright start to 2012
  • SABMiller interested in Castel's African business
  • Majestic Wine soars on strong Christmas trading statement
  • Sotheby's in Hong Kong to hold first global wine auction of 2012 on Jan 14
  • HEALTH
  • Play It Safe With Red Wine and Breast Cancer
  • Red wine, red grapes and resveratrol
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • More analysis of point scores
  • I Despise The Hundred-Point System
  • PR Strategists Need to Kill Ad Value Equivalency (AVE) and Get Serious about Bottom-line Results
  • Bane and Hope
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • How scientists learn to speak 'the language of flavor'
  • Admitting What We Don't Know: Aging Potential for New York Wines
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Conergy to power agricultural water pumps
  • Inverse Correlation Between Wine Grape Yield Levels and Price Points
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Balzac Appointed Agency for Chianti Classico/Franciacorta/Collio
  • Riverbench Vineyard and Winery Greets the New Year With a New Winemaker
  • UC Davis Appoints Wine Industry Relations Manager
  • Italian Wine Masters Comes to New York and San Francisco in 2012
  • Truffle fans gathering in Napa this weekend for Festival
  • Balzac Opens Information Office for Franciacorta
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • No German ice wine this year
  • Moldova to Be the Next France?
  • UK Shoppers treat themselves to expensive wine
  • British Retail Consortium - December figures up, but 2012 will remain "challenging"
  • Las Bodegas adds 30 wines to its list
  • Thierry's expands senior management team
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Murray Darling Basin: work together on water
  • OZ: Push to exclude vineyards from gas exploration
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil’s largest grape grower plans new variety upheaval
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Why Social Media Is The Catalyst For Telling The Truth
  • Gmail as database for tasting notes
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • In a restaurant, feeling like a prisoner of excessive wine markups
  • Yea! Sirah, sirah
  • Are “Bin End” Wines Really A Good Deal?
  • The Bachelor Review: Let the Wine and Tears Flow
  • Whole Foods Offers Organic Wines With No Sulfites Added
  • BOGUS BRAGGING & NO PAY-OFF
  • World's Most Successful Charity Wine Festival and Auction to Take Place in ...
  • This empty, amateurish bragging defines how it could legitimately use the "World's Most Successful" boast. Plus, by failing to write a short headline that puts the most important news first, this wandering headline tells the reader there is nothing worth clicking on.

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