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April 18, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Fine-wine & Prices to increase in 2012, costs to hurt winery profits
  • Imported Wine to Gain Market Share
  • Restaurant comps steady in March, strong April expected
  • Sonoma State To Host 1st Global Wine Biz Education Conference
  • Hailstorms hammer San Joaquin Valley crops
  • Sonoma County scales back frost-protection rules
  • World Bulk Wine Expo: Record number of wineries & countries
  • First-day Copia auction catalog now available
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Fine Wine Investors Have Lost £100m in four years
  • Constellation Brands Completes Debt Offering
  • LVMH First-Quarter Sales Top Estimates, Defying Slowdown
  • Liv-ex: First Growths should cut prices by 60%
  • Rare Burgundies a hit at Christie's auction
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Europe Seeks to Curb Its Drinking Problem
  • It's Not All About Resveratrol
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • What water can teach the wine trade
  • Advancing 'Brand Israel'
  • Rap Lyrics & Burlesque Shows – Bev Brands Win with Celebs
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Blind tasting: To see or not to see, that is the question
  • The Era of the Sommelier as Delphic Oracle Is Over
  • Oak experiments yield mixed results
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • 1p payment for Oddbins creditors “stinks”
  • Other estates must not follow Lafite’s lead
  • No More Nouveaux Bordeaux for Nouveaux Riche
  • Loire frost 17th April: more bad news
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Bulk wine 'hurting industry'
  • OZ: China helps boost WA wine sales
  • NZ: Wines Keep Focus On Core Varietals, Look To Maintain High-End Image
  • OZ: Wine Australia changes to pay as you go funding model
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Selling Armagnac to China: Worth Watching
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What does an AVA designation really mean?
  • The 5 Most Common Mistakes When Building a Wine Cellar

  • April 17, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Minors Not A Not Public Safety Problem in Direct Alcohol Shipping
  • Calif State Water Project allocation increased to 60 percent
  • The Status of Women and Wine
  • Latour en primeur exit good news for wine consumers
  • TTB to require label disclosure cochineal extract & carmine?
  • Labeling Updates from the TTB for United States Alcohol Beverage Products
  • Rainstorm from vinmotion wines debuts
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo's Marketing Under Review By FTC
  • UK investment firm, Beaumont Vintners bankrupt
  • Liv-ex: Lafite 2011 down 25% on 2010
  • 1855: Another recommendation to hire DDG
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Moderate drinking before & after heart attack associated with lower mortality
  • MADD: 1/4 of Teen Drinkers Get Alcohol from a Parent or Family Member
  • Drinking On The Job? Please Do, Say These Employers
  • 5 Most Fattening Alcoholic Drinks To Avoid
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Santa Clara County Wineries Struggle With Local Regulations
  • Showcase for Northernmost California Wines
  • Don Sebastiani & Sons appoints Jean Arnold VP
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • “LinkedIn” for the wine trade launches
  • More than half chateau websites not fit for purpose
  • Should the wine industry keep up with technology?
  • The Most Remarkable People on Social Media Today
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Wine’s Future: Tight, Fat, and Uncorked
  • 'Green' Wine on the Rise but Taste Still King
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Triage For Wine bloggers
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Riunite Cultivates Wine Fans At NASCAR
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • Five Ways to Make Drinking Wine More Eco-Friendly
  • Appeal of organic products seeps into wine industry
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CT: Sunday Sales Approved in Committee
  • MI: Local wine grapes not as affected by frost
  • OR: 2011 Harvest = 41,500 tons
  • OR: Clark County woman starts winery in her backyard
  • UT: Provenance Vineyards - Salt Lake City Weekly
  • VA: An early spring buds hope, and uncertainty
  • EUROPE
  • Who makes French wine law – INAO or Jean and Florent Baumard?
  • The Future of Bordeaux Wines
  • THE UK
  • Laithwaites stocks Turkish wine
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Winemakers plea to protect Hunter vineyards
  • Aussie Wine Romance: An affair to remember
  • Dirt Dynasties: Through phylloxera and war
  • We're a nation full of heavy drinkers
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese consumer tastes mature
  • China's wine market will feature more white wines and sweeter reds
  • Wine imports to China reach record high
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Tattoos = Heavier Drinking
  • The Odd Combination Of Cola And Red Wine

  • April 16, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Sonoma's Jordan Sells Original Land to Native Americans
  • Chinese wine auctions far exceed value of US sales
  • NY Real-Estate Magnate set to buy NW Aussie winery
  • Marijuana-Laced Wine Grows More Fashionable in California
  • Barrel Stop Rescue Rests On People Behind Defunct Corp, Elder Abuse, Indecent Exposure
  • FTC to increase oversight of Internet alcohol marketing
  • Sonoma vineyard frost protection rules up for vote
  • Is listing ingredients on the bottle a sign of oenological transparency?
  • Beer and wine wholesalers behind legislators pushing voter ID laws
  • Santa Barbara Conference on Wine Law - April 27, 2012
  • Restaurant traffic up despite higher menu prices
  • Will Top Chateaux Now Sell Direct to Consumers?
  • Why Would You Risk Not Protecting Your Brand?
  • Siding with Francis Ford Coppola on tavola
  • The beginning of the end of Bordeaux primeurs?
  • Latour quits en primeur system
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Château Latour: a blow to 1855's business model?
  • Fine wine investors lose millions as companies go under
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Diageo Assails Serial Alcophobes
  • EU-wide alcohol marketing rules planned
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Is there a cure for tunnel palate?
  • With Cabernet and Pinot, you get what you pay for
  • Why We Should Love Natural Wines
  • How does your wine stack up?
  • California wine going to pot?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Theresa Heredia Joins Gary Farrell Winery as Winemaker
  • Another short year in California?
  • Sta. Rita Hills: Young Appellation Fulfills Its Promise
  • Casino gambling presents threat to integrity of Ag Preserve
  • Just outside Santa Cruz, a quiet vineyard revival
  • Donors help kickstart Sonoma County ventures
  • MacRostie Winery: laid-back, but no frills
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • States uncork new booze bills
  • IA: Recent Frosts Hurt Brands of Local Wines
  • MI: Cold snap hits grapes
  • NY: Schumer visits area to push ban on fake wine
  • OH: National restaurant industry strong while locals struggle
  • OR: Tempranillo is rising star
  • OR: King Estate 'Kegs' Wine for the World
  • WA: State liquor workers leaving for other jobs (must work too hard in private sector?)
  • EUROPE
  • Drinks giants commit to European ad pact
  • Evolution of Hospice du Rhone
  • Bordeaux 2011: Lafite price down on last year
  • Talking dirty: Rioja soil map
  • Bordeaux’s Sunburned New Vintage Needs Price Drop to Star
  • Lafite leads big name 2011 releases
  • THE UK
  • UK Community alcohol scheme launched
  • Champagne giants eye up England as sparkling wines win praise worldwide
  • DOWN UNDER
  • New Oz-to-Asia export web site Launched
  • NZ: Harvest late but faith in quality
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India: Grapes turn sour for farmers as prices crash
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Piattelli will open a USD 12-million winery in Argentina's Cafayate
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Ordering wine: how to navigate the social minefield
  • Retired engineer sets sail on cork ark model
  • The Folly of Immortality

  • April 13, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Struggling Rominger West Winery throwing in the towel
  • Tech Maven Decries Wine's Innovation Problem
  • California Supreme Court Issues Major Employment Law Decision
  • Sonoma County Indian tribes getting into wine business
  • FTC Orders Alcoholic Beverage Co Data For Ad Compliance Study
  • Copyright Troll Alert: Why Is Coppola Picking On The Little Guys?
  • Sales popping at cork maker
  • Korea and Wine – Market Opportunities?
  • New Packaging: Trading Bottles for a Four-Pack Stack
  • Disney’s Epcot gets Italian wine bar
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Auction Index Flat in First Quarter Despite Lively Sales Activity
  • Liv-ex: Tim Atkin sizes up Bordeaux 2011
  • Wine investment market could look to Sauternes
  • How to Buy Wine Futures...
  • Identifying investment value in back vintages
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • WineRep: when it just doesn’t add up…
  • It’s All In the Mix: Maximizing Return on Brand Investment
  • How to manage a Champagne brand, some thoughts
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Ditzy Eurocrats (redundant, that) Dump On Prize-Winning Malbec
  • Malbec World Day grows in popularity
  • Where 'Nonnas' Know the Wine
  • Chocolate Wine Takes the US and UK By Surprise
  • WATER, ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
  • US reviews ideas for boosting West's water supply
  • Drought expands throughout USA
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Luxury winemaker Crimson Wine Group names Mike Cekay to senior sales post
  • Rebellious Winemaker Puts Down Roots
  • Fresno State embraces its name
  • Sterling Vineyards Collaborates with Consulting Winemaker Paul Hobbs
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA: Grape crop hurt by this week's frost
  • IN: Freezing temps affect vineyards
  • MD: Alcohol tax hike has little impact
  • NC: Grape-growing and wine-making classes to be held at AB Tech
  • OK: Wine-in-grocery-store ballot language approve
  • PA: Tourism by the glass
  • VA: The Gov, The Donald, The Wine
  • EUROPE
  • The Stout Report – Bordeaux 2011 Vintage “A Good Surprise”
  • Krug abandons 1999 Clos du Mesnil
  • Predicted 2011 Bordeaux price cuts may not be enough
  • Bordeaux 2011 prices 'must be 50% lower than 2010'
  • Bordeaux 2011: Choose Carefully
  • THE UK
  • Accolade Wines and Kumala target busy consumers in off-trade campaign
  • Slurp launches French site
  • Barefoot signs Ben Fogle
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Gas pains in the Hunter Valley
  • NZ: Good wine tipped despite late harvest
  • OZ: Storm in a bottle
  • OZ: McLaren Vale appoints new CEO

  • April 12, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Feds may target 3 herbicides used in Central Valley
  • Arista Winery Owners buy Martinelli Road Vineyard
  • Wine prices: Stable for 2010?
  • Spring rains help redeem Napa's dry winter
  • Red wine helps weightloss
  • Ambiguity, 'Appearance of impropriety' in l'affaire Campo/Miller
  • Treasury Wine slaps New Zealand wine drinkers in the face
  • WSWA l Convention Logs Record Attendance
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lower grape tonnage depresses Napa ag values
  • Trendspotting at the California Wine Fair
  • Napa Valley Cab, Russian River Pinot define California greatness
  • Napa Interests Oppose Potential Casino
  • PL360 Beverage Partners Hire Susanne Allen
  • Jason Butler Launches Oakinsight
  • California table grape volumes top 97 million boxes
  • Calistoga resort will seek expansion
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Posner New Pres For Specialty Wine Retailers, Regulatory reform & member benefits on tap
  • Foxy Wine Wholesalers Ask the Hens to Give Up the Henhouse
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Liquor Stocks Outrageously Overvalued
  • Distell sees 5% rise in grape yield
  • Fine wine investment regulation in UK sparks debate
  • Russian fizz goes public
  • Pouring Your Investments Into Wine
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Washington, Oregon, and the Invisible Divide
  • GA: Revenue from Sunday alcohol sales growing
  • MD: Corkage now legal
  • UT: DABC being audited...again
  • WA: WSU Tri-Cities Wine center gets state funding
  • WA: Zero One Vinters: A special blend in Kirkland
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • A Great Find in Wine Blogging
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Cellulose Polymers Shown to Reduce "Brett" Character in Wines
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • UK Hospitality sector split over whether outlook good or shaky
  • Caspar Auchterlonie dies
  • “We can’t sell at 2010 prices. That’s not serious.”
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine lovers urged to choose local drops
  • OZ: Wine region push for sustainable production
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • New York Wines in China?
  • About high taxes on wine in Singapore
  • Chinese tag is the pass for imported wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • How long should a wine be left to breathe in a decanter?
  • The Oldest Zinfandel of Amador County, Original Grandpere Vineyard
  • Cellar conditions do matter with wine storage

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