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March 16, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Parker says no one should have the kind of influence he has
  • Pernod in premium wine push
  • Equipment woes close drive California bottle recycler out of business
  • Beer Continues Largesse To Political Campaign Brothels
  • Central Coast wine to get more expensive
  • Kiwi Grape harvest predicted to be lower than last year
  • Chinese visits help boost Coonawarra brand
  • Wine Barrel Process Cuts Risk of Brett
  • The Wine Group Enters Rum Market
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Burgundy takes limelight at Bonhams fine wine auction
  • Wine, scams and millionaires — a lesson to be learned
  • Is Buying a Vineyard a Good Idea?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Provino Inc. Announces Name Change, New Division
  • Update on the wine business
  • How Remridg wine got its name
  • New wine salon planned in Napa
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Vintage chart myths
  • Denis Dubourdieu Bordeaux 2011 vintage report
  • Parker: will there ever be a vintage as good as 2009?
  • 2002 Bordeaux “disappointing”
  • The hidden strengths of sweet wines
  • Wines that balance pizza's flavors
  • My visits to Screaming Eagle and Harlan
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Wine.com Launches Online Tasting Room
  • DeadRed Wine Group Showcased new technology and social media
  • Ads with Friends: Analyzing the Benefits of Social Ads
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Editorial Team Gets Shake-Up at just-drinks
  • Press releases, the wine business, and doing it right
  • Vineyard & Winery Management Thrives in Hard Times
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • 5 SEO Tips for PR Pros
  • Consumer knowledge key to success
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MA: State-Grown Wine Sales Are Up
  • MI: Wholesaler Poll Says Residents OK With Red Tape
  • NY: New owners to re-open Dundee winery
  • NY: Wine Industry Renews Grocery Store Wine Sales Push
  • OR: A Red-tailed Hawk Returns to King Estate
  • PA: Cops get $4M settlement over fall at Sand Castle Winery
  • TX: Vineyards experience early bud break
  • VA: Warm Weather Affects Wine Crop
  • ACADEMIA
  • Agriculture Students Will Find Abundance of Scholarships
  • EUROPE
  • Exports of Portuguese wine to China almost double in 2011
  • FoodDrinkEurope calls for ENVI Committee support for health claims
  • What Can You Buy in Bordeaux For 30 Million?
  • Lanson: Champagne shoppers don't buy on price alone
  • Bordeaux 2011: Merlot succeeds in 'unpredictable' year
  • Waiting for Godello: The New Wines of Spain
  • Irish alcohol consumption increases
  • THE UK
  • UK consumers face 44p tax hike on bottle of wine
  • Alcoholism in the UK and a potential budget tax hike in alcohol
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine business in receivership as poor industry conditions continue
  • NZ: Business confidence in wine industry is down
  • OZ: From the classroom to the vineyards
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China: Highs and lows in a desert winery
  • Socio-cultural Changes Cheer India's Wine Market
  • Philippine Sin tax bill A test of wills
  • A batch of imported wine detained in Xiamen
  • Chaos behind profiteering imported wine market
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Lebanese-Syrian Brothers Look West
  • From Wine Lover to Wine Maker: Synapse Makes the Transition
  • Port — for breakfast?
  • Sad, but necessary: How to Order Wine Without Looking Clueless
  • DEEP CORK FRIDAY: WHITE HOUSE WINES
  • Wine, the New State Secret
  • 2012 Presidential Dinner Menu With the Obama’s and David Cameron.
  • Deep throat reveals Cameron state dinner wines
  • White House Wines: Embargo Broken
  • White House banquet wines revealed
  • MEH!
  • Southern Wine & Spirits of Illinois Announces Establishment of New Wine ...
  • Once again, Southern mumbles and fumbles its way around a long, clumsy, wandering headline and hides what could actually be news. Obviously no one at Southern really wants people to read its news releases.

    March 15, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Ascentia Debt Crisis Lurching Closer to Resolution
  • The world is drinking more and it is drinking better
  • Ponsot worked 'closely with FBI' for Kurniawan arrest
  • Oregon wine, Japanese clients
  • Why Chinese Investors Buy Napa Wineries
  • Removing language barriers among the vines
  • Trevor Mast, Australian Wine Pioneer, Dies at 63
  • Tennessee Wholesaler John Hooper To Make Wine
  • International Eastern Wine Competition 2012
  • Global Billionaires Settling in New Zealand
  • Freemark/Jackson: Exclusive Rights in Your Lease Can Make a Difference
  • US-Korea free trade pact takes effect amid controversy
  • Girl Scout Cookies and Wine Pairings
  • SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE 2011 HARVEST
  • OZ: Riverland winery plays down criticism of harvest delay
  • Bumper grape crop on way (Caution: really annoying animated ads)
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Pernod - Ricard Shareholder GBL Sells EU499 Million in Stock
  • Drinks Americas Reports Q3 Profitability
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Children more aware of alcohol ads
  • Chicago Transit Authority will again accept alcohol advertising
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Calculating Social Media ROI for Wine
  • Social media is about social science not technology
  • What Asia’s Changing Digital Consumer Means for Marketers and Advertising
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine Expert? Nature, or Nurture?
  • Would I recognise a fake, elderly Loire?
  • Critics Cannot Sit On The Fence And Still Be Relevant
  • Cork Taint? Going To The Dogs!
  • Do organic wines really taste better?
  • Taming Red Wine's Tannic Bite
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Sanity On Headlines! PR People: Please Read This…PLEASE!
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Storytelling key to effective advertising
  • Once the novelty wears off, what’s in the bottle?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Neighbor will press more environmental review on Napa Valley winery
  • Update: Wilson Artisan Wineries buys Pezzi King Vineyards
  • Long-forgotten diary of Japanese 'wine king' unearthed in California
  • Crowd weighs in on California ag water quality rules
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NC: Shelton brothers receive state tourism award
  • NJ: Wines, Direct to Your Door
  • NY: Riesling is Beloved, but Lemberger is on the Rise
  • NY: California family buys Villa Bellangelo winery
  • WA: Winery squabbles with neighbors not so bubbly
  • WA: Local winery is expanding
  • EUROPE
  • Italian wine exports reached record euro4.4 billion ($5.75 billion) last year
  • Demand drives Champagne Philipponnat to announce allocation only
  • The Death of Donnici
  • Sparking a vintage debate over bourgeois bottles
  • Sangiovese: Italy's Most Ubiquitous Grape
  • Irish have proud winemaking heritage
  • Moutardier’s Meunier proves a hit
  • THE UK
  • Italy confirms strong presence at LIWF
  • Fizz goes out of UK champagne market
  • Valencia wines conquer UK
  • Spanish king charms the new-world palate
  • Bibendum to promote English wines and spirits
  • OH CANADA!
  • New Ontario winery building approved
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazilian Congress still divided over sale of alcohol during 2014 World Cup
  • Mendoza Revives “Wine for the Tourist” Law
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Tips for ill-mannered wine snobs
  • Wine history is filled with influential women
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Earthworm Treatment of Grape Marc Makes Winery Wastes Better Fertilizer
  • RUDE, CRUDE, ANNOYING SITE OF THE DAY
  • Very loud, auto-starting videos -- thedailymeal.com -- Just say no!

  • March 13, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Central Valley Leading New California Wine Boom
  • Ste. Michelle Gains U.S. Rights To Antinori’s Prunotto Estate Wines
  • Facebook Wine Sales - Show Me The Money
  • Nitrates contaminate Salinas, Central Valleys' drinking water
  • Casting A Skeptical Economist's Eye at Wine Economic Impact Numbers
  • U.S. Wines Grow Steadily
  • Napa Wine Producer Ernest Van Asperen Dies at 96
  • Obama Less Transparent When It Comes to Dinner Wine List
  • Cork and dagger: Should wines served in the White House be disclosed?
  • Celebrity winemakers: what's in the bottle?
  • Politics, Wine and the Prison of the Tiers
  • Double Dipping Wine Poseur Charged In Federal Criminal Case
  • Build-a-Bear for Wine?
  • Trends in the Wine Industry: A Tale of Two Types
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo cheers over Beam talk
  • Liv-ex: Fine wine and Chinese billionaires
  • American AgCredit reports annual earnings rise 14%
  • 'Tremendous result' for London wine auction
  • AUSTRALIAN HARVEST 2012
  • Big wine grape losses after flood
  • Rain forces wine producers to pick early
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Why most wine blogs fail to thrive
  • Remarkable reporting job on Rudy Kurniawan alleged counterfeiting
  • Merlot-Bashing
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Forget Food Pairing: Oddbins launches mood and wine matching site
  • Should restaurants be rated?
  • Throw Out Those Decanters
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • WISE Academy celebrates anniversary, offers new courses
  • NVV: Indian Duo Sing Wine in Napa Valley
  • Fairmont Acquires Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Proposed law would see breweries, wineries and farmers happy
  • NY: Selling Wine in Grocery Stores can Reverse the Decline of Liquor Stores
  • OK: (Cork)screwy Law Hampers Wine Sales
  • VA: Winemakers vs. vintage 2011
  • WA: Tri-Citians get into the business of booze
  • WV: Legislature Passes Liquor Sampling Bill
  • EUROPE
  • French January Farm and Food Exports Jumped 8.4% on Wine , Cognac
  • Centuries old wine cellar found while digging for new metro line in Bucharest
  • Maison Sichel rebrands
  • THE UK
  • 'Disappointing' on-trade sales in February
  • Nicolas stores to be rebranded
  • LIWF hits back at criticism
  • First Syrian wine to hit UK
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Don't Call Them 'Cheap and Cheerful'
  • Grape growers look to top drop
  • A young man with a mind for wine
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chateau Lafite Rothschild starts winery construction in China
  • California winemakers boost sales in Chinese market
  • Maxxium Hong Kong to change trading name
  • Hong Kong Drinks the Most Wine in Asia
  • China's palate ripens for European vineyards, chateaux
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Ups and downs for Argentine wine in Brazil
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Cheers! A £75000 corkscrew: 300 moving parts to open a bottle of wine
  • Wine glass grip = personality test
  • "A brief history of Merlot:" Hilarious video from Gundlach Bundschu
  • HEALTH (SORT OF)
  • Environmental Context Determines Self-Administered Alcohol Consumption Rates in Rats

  • March 12, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Gas prices hurt restaurant sales, traffic in February
  • California Final Grape Crush Report – Down 3%
  • Billionaire's playground: Foley serious about Kiwi investments
  • Wine sales ended 2011 on a positive note
  • WineAmerica Opposes New NY "At-Rest" Provision
  • Joe Pollack, 1931-2012
  • Winemakers enthusiastic for Millennials
  • Which Comes First – the Winery or the Farm?
  • Can the Golden State shine again?
  • More on Rudy K’s arrest on counterfeiting charges
  • At rest In New York: A David & Goliath Thuggery Story
  • Staying relevant: for wineries, it can be tricky
  • Interview with world's best winemaker - Peter Gago
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sonoma State economist forecasts modest improvement for North Bay in 2012
  • Napa County planners OK Amorim's 48000sf cork facility
  • Napa bottle-washing company sues supplier
  • California winery a labor of love for Duluth native
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Diageo targets female shoppers with launch of sparkling liqueur
  • Where there's a wine, there's a way
  • Chocolate wine takes US and UK by storm
  • Embellishing high-end wine with pewter labels
  • New Napa firm 4parts Design offers four-faceted winery help
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • 3 ways to increase in-store social awareness
  • French vintners slowly make friends with Facebook
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why are some red wines so soft and soupy?
  • Critics of wine critics aren’t living La Vina Vida
  • The Rise and Fall of Wines from Oz
  • Montepulciano: Italy vs. California
  • Wine tasting at its lowest
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Northern California water leaders say habitat, water storage linked
  • Refighting California's water war
  • House, Senate search out agreement on California water bill
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MO: Winery Founder Honored With Lifetime Achievement Award
  • NY: State bill paves way for wineries, breweries to form partnership
  • TX: Hill Country discovers its viticulture roots
  • VA: First urban winery to open in Norfolk
  • WI: Winery bill falters
  • EUROPE
  • Could 2011 en primeur prices be more muted?
  • NZ reveals European market strategy
  • Brunello subzones desirable but unlikely, say experts
  • Chinese wine breaks through into Europe
  • Wine Australia to increase ProWein presence in 2013
  • THE UK
  • TFC Wines chief urges retailers and media to back quality lighter style wines
  • Berry Bros acquires wine importer Richards Walford
  • Laithwaites buys third Bordeaux estate
  • PACIFIC RIM
  • China's faux Bordeaux stirs wine market
  • Indian wine with a French twist from Karnataka
  • NZ: Residents oppose winery expansion
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina needs to 'focus on whites"
  • Toasting the success of Argentine wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Why You Shouldn't Keep A Wine Cellar
  • A Guide to Wine Faults – Tartrate Crystals
  • The emotional roller-coaster life of a wine
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • WSWA Announces Lifetime Leadership And Sidney Frank Award Recipients

  • March 09, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Trends in wine, beer and spirit sales at restaurants
  • Restaurant diners prefer tap water
  • Celebrating Women Wine Producers and Professionals
  • The secret of a great wine list? Keep it short
  • It may be time to plant more vines
  • The Case For Trying To Understand Wine Law
  • Barefoot Business: How to Improve your Service Business
  • Some Exec MBA programs Designed for Linebackers, Wine Makers
  • Traditional vs Internet Marketing
  • Counties, Lawmakers Oppose Tribe's Federal Recognition for Fear of Napa Valley
  • Counties: ‘Inconvenient truths’ lie in tribe’s past
  • New William Hardy wine range exclusively launches in travel retail
  • FRAUD NEWS
  • Influential L.A.-area wine collector accused of fraud
  • Wine collector faces federal fraud charges in NYC
  • Prominent wine collector sold $1.3 million worth of counterfeit wine
  • Big Wine Collector Could Do Hard Time
  • HEALTH
  • Glass of Wine Eases Stroke Risk in Women
  • Moderate wine intake (white, not red) appears to have favorable effect on lung function
  • Winemaking Helps Extreme Alcoholics
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The Blogosphere Thrives: Millions More Bloggers and Blog Readers
  • Wine PR and the Media in the Age of Twitter
  • Spinning the Bottle — updated
  • Eastern Winery Exposition Honors Journalist
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Liv-ex: Welcome to the 100-point club
  • Organic and biodynamic grape growing is no longer on the fringes. But is it better?
  • Sense of Place: Sense of Taste?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa's Stalled Ritz-Carlton project may start soon
  • Atalon's new winemaker
  • My Turn: The opinionated Stu Smith
  • Buena Vista winery, state's oldest, freshened up
  • New wine tasting room clears hurdle at Lodi City Council meeting
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Wants tighter rein on booze sales in convenience stores
  • MD: Boordy Vineyards likes idea of blazing this new trail
  • NY: FLCC hopes wine center will be ready by fall 2013 — in Canandaigua or Geneva
  • WA: Retailers Greet Washington Wine Month With Mixed Expectations
  • EUROPE
  • Why kosher wine reigns in Spain
  • Bank President Shuns Bonus, Stress to Turn Winemaker in Turkey
  • THE UK
  • Enotria to focus on sales and driving acquisitions
  • Sparkling wine outshines Champagne
  • DOWN UNDER
  • Penfolds defends 'outrageous' price hikes
  • OZ: Greener pastures for our wine makers
  • NZ: No return to LIWF for New Zealand Winegrowers
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Jiuquan inspection department finishes wine examination
  • Quanzhou port increases in wine import
  • Imported wine label must pay attention to according tag
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Toasting the success of Argentine wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Pinot noir offers eloquence and style but not value
  • VIDEO ABUSE: SLEAZY WAYS TO RUIN TWO PERFECTLY GOOD ARTICLES

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