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December 05, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Not-so-idle speculation: Wine, scarcity and China
  • Restaurants positive on sales, margin expectations
  • If the Euro melts down, would euro wine go up?
  • New Laws Impacting the US Wine Industry for 2012
  • Jay Miller leaves The Wine Advocate
  • Britain's companies prepare for life after the single currency
  • Workwiths: Did you really just push me out the door?
  • Followup: Boisset Bets on the South of France
  • Wine industry succeeds in recession-weary Michigan
  • D.C. Retailer Calvert Woodley Sees Sales Hitting $20 Million This Year
  • Viticulture & other ag graduates in shortfall
  • Death By Marketing Automation
  • We're All Marketers Now
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Investors going for sin stocks: Tobacco, alcohol, gambling
  • Chinese food & wine company to increase Australian presence
  • Constellation Brands Leads Industry Innovation with Location-Based Marketing
  • Record sale of £2.9m for Christie's London
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Do I Hate Wine Blogging, or Do I Just Hate Myself?
  • Wine Writers: Short Visits, Thin Coverage, and Why Specialization Matters
  • Robert Lawrence Balzer, Character
  • Seth Godin with a useful perspective on media
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What is 'fine' wine? Who gets to decide?
  • American vs European Palates
  • American vs European Palates: Lettie’s Rebuttal
  • French toast to cheap imported champagne
  • PARKERGATE
  • Jay Miller The Herman Cain of Wine?
  • Pancho Campo MW: some detailed alleged conflicts of interest
  • Eight Reasons Why Robert Parker Does Not Care
  • How Jay Miller must feel
  • Bubbly In, Miller Out
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Facebook Marketing: Four Simple Stages for Everybody
  • Social Media Connections Between Consumers and Brands That Inspire Sales
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Australian scientist discovers grape genes resistant to mildew
  • Farmer-funded water research criticized
  • WATER
  • Transcending old thinking about California agricultural water use
  • Save Water in Your Winery
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • Tesco backs lightweight Champagne bottles
  • Big, heavy wine bottles are a real waste
  • Results for Individual Scenarios in the Wine Distribution Emissions Model: A Follow-Up
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Napa Land Trust Announces Conservation Easement For Historic Rossi Ranch
  • Napa vintners clarify position on historical preservation
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • ID: State may lose some liquor sales
  • MI: Selling liquor on Sunday mornings a boon, stores say
  • NC: Robeson County family helps patriarch realize dream of opening winery
  • NM & TX: Judge dismisses NM winery as defendant in Cap*rock auction suit
  • WA: Bookwalter opens restaurant at Richland winery
  • WA: Expansion makes Eleven Winery largest wine producer in Kitsap
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Wineries unite to crack US market
  • OZ: Rain threatens Hunter grape harvest
  • OZ: Forget Coles, we're number two in liquor retailing, says ALM
  • OZ: Push to register sensitive farm sites
  • OZ: Wine still flows despite tragedy
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Mixed serves a "crime" against Champagne, says leading house
  • Wine Australia UK plays down proposed London move
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India: Sick wine industry sees signs of revival
  • Will new deregulation lower Korean imported wine, liquor prices?
  • Chongqing bonded port becomes the biggest trade center of imported wine
  • Great wine of China?
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • IKEA bed re-purposed into a wine rack
  • For the Best Holiday Wine Deals, Now's the Time to Buy
  • Winemaker La Follette's Strange Fruits
  • The Italian Wine List in America
  • The State of Merlot

  • December 02, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Higher costs, delays predicted with new Federal trucking regs
  • Lodi-China Wine and ag export summit set for Tuesday
  • The backlash against cheap wine
  • Blaze destroys more than $1m worth of wine at Queensland winery
  • Men think wine is for women, drink it anyway: Study
  • Jacob's Creek targets women with Cool Harvest wine range
  • Euro-pocalypse Now?
  • Members Sought for Cal Specialty Crop Block Grant Tech Review Committee
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Liv-ex fine wine index: Down but not out
  • Barton: 'I don't make investment wines'
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Parkergate: Some reflections on DO Madrid and Campo's �40,000
  • ENOUGH about Robert Parker!
  • The Case for More Wine Columns
  • Meeting the wine bloggers
  • Ego-shaped fermentation tanks, and the RdV backlash
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Scoring wine: What's the point?
  • Burgundy visits � how much time does a critic take per domaine?
  • Sobering thought: as alcohol content of wine goes up, drinkers look to the light
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • Examining Energy and Carbon Footprint of US Wine Distribution
  • Wine Industry Sustainability: Social Equity
  • Waldin and Smart fail to convince in"disappointing" biodynamics debate
  • New Guidelines Encourage Wineries to Take Care of Cork Forests
  • Biodynamics should be promoted, debate audience decides
  • Eco-certified wines carry clout with UK consumers
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • NY: Finger Lakes Wine Center in Ithaca to undergo changes
  • OR: Funding Cut for State Winery Report
  • PA: Retailers, auditor general slam liquor bill
  • TX: Wine .com Resumes Shipping to Texas in Time for Holiday Shopping
  • ACADEMIA
  • New Research Busts Tannin Additions Myth, Sparks Trans-Pacific Collaboration
  • Winery Clusters Foster Resilience
  • Online grapevine cold-hardiness predictor launches today
  • EUROPE AND THE UK
  • UK Consumers going out 12% more often, says Deloitte
  • Chinese snap up French vineyards
  • 2011 harvest boosts Spain
  • CANADA
  • BC Icewine harvest looking good
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Riverland wine grape glut shows signs of easing
  • OZ: Struggle to be heard in water tug of war
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • India is developing a reputation for wine
  • China lacks wine drinking culture
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The joy of small pours, carafes and half bottles
  • Why Low Alcohol Wines still have a Long Way to go
  • C.G. Di Arie Vineyards and Winery � Simply Amazing!
  • Madeira wines have a sweet and scientific side
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Newton Winemaker to Lead 10-Year Winery Evolution
  • Matt Wood Appointed Estate Director at Domaine Chandon and Newton

  • December 01, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Boisset/Skalli: During Tough Economic Times, Wine Industry Consolidates
  • Robert Parker's Campogate: Update On No Pay – No Jay
  • Glass half full: Wealth creation and wine
  • Oversupply to restrain holiday wine prices
  • Restaurant performance flat in October
  • Asia wine market developing faster than expected
  • Bold brands are changing the face of Australian wine
  • Diageo's Walsh in high spirits over new markets
  • Signs of a Good 2012 in the Wine Industry
  • U.S. November Underemployment 18%, Up From a Year Ago
  • Aluminum wine bottles positioned as ideal for holiday parties and gifts
  • Thailand Recognizes Napa
  • Some wine drinkers see red over screw-caps
  • Occupy Spritzer, Anyone? Wine Group Trademarks 'Wine For The 99%
  • Study: 94% of U.S. Wine Consumers Prefer Natural Cork
  • UC scientists say thin Sierra forests to get more water runoff
  • Robert Mondavi's Napa Valley estate sold
  • Profile of Calera Wine Co.: Stalwart Pinot Icon
  • Cheeseburger Red: Sometimes, Obvious Marketing Is Just the Best Way to Go
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • PA: Shhhhhh, Innovation Elves at Work
  • PA:Auditor General Says Liquor Privatization a Bad Deal for Taxpayers and Consumers
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Too much wine on HK auction market
  • Liv-ex Indices drift lower in November
  • Shareholders in Australia's Foster's back takeover
  • China Wines & Spirits (CWS) announced the acquisition of DT ASIA
  • Chicago Auction Market Heats Up With Arrival Of Acker Merrall & Condit
  • Liv-ex: Cos d'Estournel leads "Magical 20" trade
  • Chateau Lafite, Romanee-Conti Top Lots in Wine Sales: Preview
  • Acker lines up superlots
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Pancho Campo MW – Vinos de Madrid: a response from Robert Parker
  • Dear Robert Parker: You MUST address the latest Jay Miller scandal
  • Parker & Fallout Shelters
  • Book review: Eric Miller’s “The Vintner’s Apprentice”
  • WATER
  • Courts Put Huge California Water Pact in Limbo
  • OZ: Murray-Darling group urges end to water plan 'hysteria'
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • PA: LCB Delivers Alcohol Right to Your Door
  • WA: No problems in Washington alcohol sampling program
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Margaret River final assessment: no damage to vines, no loss of life
  • Researcher says Basin plan fails to consider climate change
  • Academic says Basin plan may not meet its legal obligations
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • ASC to handle Ornellaia in China
  • Bordeaux, Ming Demand Cools as Hong Kong Sale Tops $370 Million
  • Chinese Turning Cash Into Wine
  • Central China's Wine Market Flourishing
  • Zhangjiagang Bonded Area Imported Wine Business Market Set up
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Accolade to 'extend portfolio' of lower-alcohol wines
  • Poor quality blights low-alc wines
  • Moreno Wines replaces Navajas
  • WSTA comms director appointed interim CEO
  • Record sales for UK buying consortium
  • Oddbins gives away Christmas turkeys
  • First Cape pledges to cut its alcohol content
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Wine Retailer Hopes for A Mobile Merry Christmas
  • Portalupi Winery and Mobile Commerce

  • November 30, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Diageo among global companies preparing for euro collapse
  • Calistoga vintner Greg Brown dies
  • Kiwi Export Joint Venture Unlocks US Wine Market
  • Gallo Speaks: Rare Address by Winery CEO
  • Cosentino: A winemaker survives in an era of mergers
  • U.S. ag income rises sharply in 2011
  • Grape and almond grower ordered to pay back wages and more
  • San Joaquin Winegrowers: The Times They are A-Changing
  • New estate-tax battle may be brewing for coming year
  • Farm bill process goes back to the drawing board
  • American Wine Society chooses Portland for conference
  • TTB Issues Guidance on Changes to Personalized Labels, Just in Time for The Holidays
  • Yao Ming sells China bulk wine for $289 a bottle
  • North American Wine Tourism Conference debuts in Napa
  • Minnesota winery closes
  • Wine on tap is the hot new trend
  • Nominations open for CAWG grape grower awards
  • Insisting on reason for Santa Clara County winery regs
  • 2011 Harvest Wrap-up: Dry Creek Valley
  • Francis Ford Coppola's Mammarella's fails health inspection
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo looks for growth in Europe in eurozone crisis
  • Of wine and tulips [China]
  • Asian Boom Propels Rémy’s First-Half Profits
  • HEALTH
  • Colo. Study Says Legal Pot Reduces Alcohol Consumption & Traffic Deaths
  • Is wine gluten-free?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Steve Heimoff Jumps the Social Media Shark . . . again
  • “Mangia, Mangia!” – Oh, wait, that’s “Manga, Manga”!
  • A Love-Letter To Wine PR Folks. Sort Of.
  • The Top Wine Stories of 2011
  • These new wine books go down easy
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What Exactly is a “Good Year” for Wine?
  • My first proper Chinese wine
  • Among Great Wines, Plenty of Choice
  • Eric Asimov is right: there's plenty of great wine that's still affordable
  • WATER
  • Local legislators oppose plan for Delta water
  • Retired federal judge to represent Westlands Water District
  • Delta studies to be released after complaints from Congress, others
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Grapes escape bushfire wrath
  • OZ: Vines escape damage in bush fires
  • OZ: Winegrowers warned of more rain
  • NZ: Q&A with Nick Lane, winemaker, Cloudy Bay
  • OZ: Packaging overhaul: will it work?
  • EUROPE
  • Casa Vinicola Zonin to Pursue New Sustainable Development through Magis Project
  • Searching for Value in Bordeaux
  • THE UK
  • Wine to become top UK government duty source
  • How Majestic came through the recession
  • Heritage Wine to distribute Darling Cellars
  • Diageo agrees to Treasury supply chain scheme
  • Autumn Statement 2011: crackdown on £450m asset-transfer loophole
  • CANADA
  • BC Orchard Promotes Wine With Apples
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wine a status symbol among China’s newly rich
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazilian wine looks to put fizz into the World Cup
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Four things Wine industry players should know about Mobile Marketing and Social Media.
  • Quit talking about yourself, and start being yourself (another social media lecture)
  • Wine.com chooses Strangeloop for e-commerce site
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • Jarvis Estate Winery installs electric vehicle charging station
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Loire Valley Retains Benson Marketing Group for 3-Year Marketing Campaign in U.S.

  • November 30, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Diageo among global companies preparing for euro collapse
  • Calistoga vintner Greg Brown dies
  • Kiwi Export Joint Venture Unlocks US Wine Market
  • Gallo Speaks: Rare Address by Winery CEO
  • Cosentino: A winemaker survives in an era of mergers
  • U.S. ag income rises sharply in 2011
  • Grape and almond grower ordered to pay back wages and more
  • San Joaquin Winegrowers: The Times They are A-Changing
  • New estate-tax battle may be brewing for coming year
  • Farm bill process goes back to the drawing board
  • American Wine Society chooses Portland for conference
  • TTB Issues Guidance on Changes to Personalized Labels, Just in Time for The Holidays
  • Yao Ming sells China bulk wine for $289 a bottle
  • North American Wine Tourism Conference debuts in Napa
  • Minnesota winery closes
  • Wine on tap is the hot new trend
  • Nominations open for CAWG grape grower awards
  • Insisting on reason for Santa Clara County winery regs
  • 2011 Harvest Wrap-up: Dry Creek Valley
  • Francis Ford Coppola's Mammarella's fails health inspection
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Diageo looks for growth in Europe in eurozone crisis
  • Of wine and tulips [China]
  • Asian Boom Propels Rémy’s First-Half Profits
  • HEALTH
  • Colo. Study Says Legal Pot Reduces Alcohol Consumption & Traffic Deaths
  • Is wine gluten-free?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Steve Heimoff Jumps the Social Media Shark . . . again
  • “Mangia, Mangia!” – Oh, wait, that’s “Manga, Manga”!
  • A Love-Letter To Wine PR Folks. Sort Of.
  • The Top Wine Stories of 2011
  • These new wine books go down easy
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • What Exactly is a “Good Year” for Wine?
  • My first proper Chinese wine
  • Among Great Wines, Plenty of Choice
  • Eric Asimov is right: there's plenty of great wine that's still affordable
  • WATER
  • Local legislators oppose plan for Delta water
  • Retired federal judge to represent Westlands Water District
  • Delta studies to be released after complaints from Congress, others
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Grapes escape bushfire wrath
  • OZ: Vines escape damage in bush fires
  • OZ: Winegrowers warned of more rain
  • NZ: Q&A with Nick Lane, winemaker, Cloudy Bay
  • OZ: Packaging overhaul: will it work?
  • EUROPE
  • Casa Vinicola Zonin to Pursue New Sustainable Development through Magis Project
  • Searching for Value in Bordeaux
  • THE UK
  • Wine to become top UK government duty source
  • How Majestic came through the recession
  • Heritage Wine to distribute Darling Cellars
  • Diageo agrees to Treasury supply chain scheme
  • Autumn Statement 2011: crackdown on £450m asset-transfer loophole
  • CANADA
  • BC Orchard Promotes Wine With Apples
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Wine a status symbol among China’s newly rich
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazilian wine looks to put fizz into the World Cup
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Four things Wine industry players should know about Mobile Marketing and Social Media.
  • Quit talking about yourself, and start being yourself (another social media lecture)
  • Wine.com chooses Strangeloop for e-commerce site
  • SUSTAINABILITY
  • Jarvis Estate Winery installs electric vehicle charging station
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Loire Valley Retains Benson Marketing Group for 3-Year Marketing Campaign in U.S.

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