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December 12, 2011TOP NEWS
  • The Judgement of Beijing? China/France Wine Challenge Set
  • Jetro to Sell Alcohol to U.S. Restaurants, Independent Says
  • US online holiday sales rise 15 %
  • Wines appeal to men using sports, video games and sex
  • Wineries Turn to Creative Marketing to Bolster Holiday Sales
  • Kiwi exports lead wineries recovery
  • Growers wish for a normal year; Sonoma harvest down estimated 20%
  • Bulk cabernet inventory reveals naked truth of shortage
  • “Strong Victory for Organic Winemakers” is a Loss for Consumers and Common Sense
  • Wine’s changing demographics: WineLine Interviews Ed Sands of Calvert Woodley
  • Pakistan Wine Possession Is Criminal: Court reserves ruling on acquittal plea
  • Texas Retailer Sigel’s Reveals Female-Friendly Strategy
  • Alternatives to Glass for Wine Packaging: Can Plastic Perform?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Treasury Wine Estates appoints new Penfolds Managing Director
  • Liquor Boosts Brown-Forman To Record Sales
  • Pernod Ricard China exclusive distributor of YAO MING wines in China
  • Acker Merrall Called "Anti-Christies"
  • OpenTable Stock Has Fallen Nearly 70% Since April
  • Drinks Americas Sales & Margins Post Huge Increases
  • CI Logistics reduces manual handling by 90% at Diageo
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Whistleblowing, transparency and the future of journalism: Q&A with Ira Stoll
  • When Truth Survives Free Speech
  • Looking for Bias in All the Wrong Places
  • Wine Wars Update: Wine Spectator Feature & Wine Book Award
  • Journalism, Public Access & Sonoma County’s 19th-Century Court Records System
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Some thoughts on tasting wine
  • The Top 3 Reasons Why WineDude's Not Talking About Parkergate
  • (Please scroll down to the very bottom of this issue for a LOT more Parkergate links)

    WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Global climate treaty could help Australian farmers
  • Climate change: the California Paradox
  • Napa River restoration project serves as model
  • Klamath agreements benefit California water
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Bluebirds Bring Happiness To California Vineyards
  • Amorim buys south Napa land for expansion
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • TX: Finally ready to wine and dine
  • VA: Area winemakers up to the challenge of 2011 harvest
  • WA: 'Santa' Butch to visit Gordon Brothers Winery event in Pasco
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • John Hodder / CIVC
  • Barclays Fires 40 Staff Wine Drinkers Under ‘No-Jerk Rule’, Times Reports
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Winery Step Rd in receivership
  • NZ: Hawke’s Bay Backs Deloitte’s Wine Industry Benchmarking Survey
  • OZ: Gas company expelled from Hunter Valley Wine Industry Association
  • OZ: Liquor industry faces deadline to introduce health warnings
  • OZ: Wine soars as beer goes flat
  • NZ: Weather affects grape vine flowering in Marlborough
  • OZ: Brancott marks last stage of rebrand
  • OZ: Not wine seller's fault kids sent brochures
  • OZ: Fury at wine club invite for six-year-olds
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chile-based wines exporter Cono Sur launches wines in India
  • Chinese demand for Australian wine soars as nation's tastes change
  • Now Drink Aussie Wine
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Finding Wine Just Got Fun with WheelPlay!
  • An Italian Family
  • Q&A with Yao Ming
  • Spike Your Juice lets you make wine from any juice in 48 hours
  • THE HORROR ... THE HORROR! (THE BOREDOM... THE BOREDOM!)
  • Wine Academy of Spain denies claims against Campo and Miller
  • Pancho Campo MW: Spain finds its powerful voice
  • Pancho Campo MW: Wine Business International - 8 page article
  • Blind tasting and Parker: the issue that won’t go away
  • I’m With Parker on This One
  • Miller Time, One More Time
  • Looking for Bias in All the Wrong Places
  • A long, hard look at the Spanish cash for access scandal
  • Wine Academy of Spain denies claims against Campo and Miller
  • Pancho Campo MW: Spain finds its powerful voice
  • Pancho Campo MW: Wine Business International - 8 page article
  • Blind tasting and Parker: the issue that won’t go away
  • I’m With Parker on This One
  • Miller Time, One More Time
  • A long, hard look at the Spanish cash for access scandal

  • December 09, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Costco says $19M well spent on privatization initiative
  • Do High Taxes Mean No Future For Wine In The UK?
  • Drinks companies defy doom-laden forecasts
  • Is Bordeaux Becoming France's New Chinatown?
  • Economy has worsened over past six months, say nearly half of small business owners
  • Geman museum scared to open ancient Roman wine
  • Wine E-commerce Versus Retail (video)
  • Aussies to taste wines grown under 2050 temperature
  • Vinfolio creates a one-stop facility to buy, sell, store and value wines
  • Huge IRS Employer/Contractor Issue: independent workers in majority by 2020
  • Antioxidant Capacity of Different Woods: Which Barrels Produce the Healthiest Wines?
  • Yo, Rappers Be Sippin' on Korbel Brandy
  • Two Changes in Sonoma's Wine Landscape
  • Santa Barbara NIMBYs kill plan for winery
  • Auberge du Soleil introduces Club Vin du Soleil
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Second suit filed against Washington privatization initiative, WSTA Won't Reveal Their Hand
  • Wholesalers Promote Newest I-1183 Lawsuit
  • PA: Commonwealth Fdn Calls for PLCB to Stop Taxpayer-Funded Ads
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • London City Bond made partner to HK Wine Exchange
  • Drink Giants AmBev, Diageo Show Strength
  • 'Lighter means less valuable': Diageo tackles sustainability misconceptions
  • Heineken strengthens ties with Facebook
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • A Sad Week For Winewriting as Three Depart
  • Economists on bloggers
  • What will Wine Advocate critic David Schildknecht mean for the Northwest wine industry?
  • In defense of Jay Miller
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • A critic sounds off on corked wines
  • Ensuring Organic Wine's Lousy Reputation for Years to Come
  • At last! the solution to the high alcohol conundrum
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CO: Silver Vines Winery opens in Olde Town Arvada
  • WA: Napa Valley winery celebrates Mercer Island roots
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Minimum price to hit poorest
  • £10 fizz leads price charge
  • Lot18 Expands, Acquires Paris-based Vinobest
  • End of an era for Fonthill Glebe Wines
  • Scottish alcohol sales fall after multibuy ban
  • UK Wine Society appoints Tim Sykes head buyer
  • CANADA
  • Wine Country Ontario reminds consumers it's time for Icewine
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Winery looks forward after fire
  • OZ: Bottle shops demand facts on cheap liquor
  • OZ: Legal issues create confusing private label environment
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Yamanashi strives for wine 100% made in Japan
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • The right content strategy for your mobile site
  • Social Marketing in Asia Pacific - Know Your Audience
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Champagne With a Capital 'C'
  • Look for These Smells to Tell If Your Wine Is Corked

  • December 08, 2011TOP NEWS
  • U.S. wine imports to Korea jump on high demand, tariff change
  • TTB Proposes Establishment of Inwood Valley Viticultural Area In California (.pdf)
  • Parker/Campogate: 3 days for €35,000
  • California’s Crimson Wine Group Doubles In Size With Seghesio Acquisition
  • Aussie Carbon farming starts today - in a limited way
  • California’s middle class is vanishing
  • Native American Tribe Introduces Wine Brand
  • Ascentia Signs Distribution Agreements with Southern
  • China's Grace Vineyards to use screw caps on entry-level red
  • Reps&Buyers: Requests warning, please
  • Wine and Law: A Wrap-Up for the Year
  • Italian-American Wines: Would You Like the Fileri or the Vespaiola?
  • Kunkee: Losses To Wine Culture, Here And Abroad
  • Planners OK T-Vine winery on Route 29
  • Zepponi & Co. Adds to Team
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Brown-Forman trims outlook on stronger dollar
  • Foster's CEO Pollaers to step down; SABMiller installs own man
  • California Grapes Int'l, Inc. Announces Completion China Wine Test
  • ICAP chief joins Bordeaux Index
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Judge Hits Blogger With $2.5 Million Charge for Not Being a Journalist
  • Veteran writer to cover NW wine
  • Barley Blyton: 2011 Young Wine Writer of the Year
  • PARKER/CAMPOGATE (ON & ON & ON ...)
  • Wine Advocate writer was paid for speeches, not reviewing?
  • 'Not an official Wine Advocate trip, it's a freelance' Campo claims
  • In Defense of Robert Parker, Jr.
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The Million Point March
  • Manipulative winemaking declared a fault
  • Followup: The backlash against cheap wine
  • Who Wants to Be An Oenophile?
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • Diageo publishes first sustainable packaging guidelines
  • ‘Sustainable’ water management is focus of outreach effort
  • Court upholds landmark California water pact
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Mid-sized wineries still struggling to survive
  • NZ: Winery 'shafted' by mall booze ban
  • NZ: Growers slow to get wine profits
  • NZ: Winery owners hanging in there
  • OZ: Winegrape growers holding their breath
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IN: 2011 Grape harvest good
  • ACADEMIA
  • Wine and grape science on display at University of Missouri research symposium
  • Wine courses may be coming to New York's JCC
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Bibendum launches new artisan Chilean wines
  • VIDEO: Supermarket wine aisles need to be edited
  • Dom 2003 simultaneously launched in five cities
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • China Sees Increase in Kiwi Wine Investments
  • 30,000 bottles of imported wine sealed up in Fuzhou
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • The Value of a Facebook “Like”
  • Next social wave to sweep away ‘nonsense’ like Foursquare: Forrester
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • What wines work for an older palate?
  • Don't Bogart That Wine, My Friend
  • Richard Childress: New '3′ wine, no comment on Kurt
  • In Search of White Chianti & Books on Starting a Winery
  • A Beginner's Guide to Wine: What Style Appeals to You?

  • December 07, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Unions sue to block Washington liquor privatization initiative from taking effect
  • Global Wine Partners Prospers As Biggest Client Loses
  • U.S. Restaurant Traffic Will End the Year Flat
  • Calif Farm Bureau Pres: It’s time for us to reclaim California
  • Why Marketers Should Pop the Bubbly Year-Round
  • With Rude Names, Wine Stops Minding Its Manners
  • Alcohol Regulation Roundup
  • Shanghai, Lodi meet at wine, ag summit
  • Terlato Bolsters Argentina Lineup Via Link With Javier Catena’s Cuarto Dominio
  • Final ruling: "Organic wine" cannot have added sulfites
  • Grapevine Moth: Almost Gone, Not Forgotten
  • Occupy Napa (and Sonoma and Burgundy and Bordeaux)
  • Wine fight escalates: corks vs. twist caps
  • Forget Corks and ScrewTops - How About Pop-Top Wine?
  • Can we agree about anything with fine wine today?
  • Reps&Buyers…that little white sweater top
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES & INVESTING
  • Liquid Investments: City Grandee Buys Into 'Goldman Sachs Of Wine'
  • Australian ‘Champions’ to Restore Balance in Foreign Deals, Barclays Says
  • Russian Standard buys CEDC share for $25m
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Kosher Wine: Can You Tell the Difference?
  • Making wines Americans will drink
  • Geology and Terroir
  • Waldin: “I still get ridiculed for being biodynamic”
  • MEDIA MATTERS - PARKERGATE EDITION
  • What did Jay Miller really do?
  • Paid to sip? Wine scandal swirls around Baltimore critic
  • Pancho Campo MW in Valencia – marketing spiel
  • Jay Miller's resignation hits The Baltimore Sun – 'hard look at Campo'
  • Cha, cha, cha, changes…Spanish wine needs to learn from the Pancho affair
  • "Booze Junket Payola Scandal" - Less Than Meets the Eye?
  • WATER & SUSTAINABILITY
  • SAfrican winemakers leap over to lighter bottles
  • Court considers Colorado River water agreement
  • Wanger cuts legal ties to Westlands Water District
  • Aussie Water scheme job hopes
  • Judge who became attorney for California water district steps away from the job
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • A Good Winery is Closing, Another Gets Back to Basics
  • Discovercaliforniawines.com Consumer Website Debuts New Lifestyle Content
  • Co-op Winery for Downtown Napa?
  • Wine industry specialist Ausburn joins BPM as senior manager
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Robbers make off with rare champagne worth $31,000 from UK wine warehouse
  • Accolade Wines gains new listings for South African portfolio
  • Russia’s Imported Wine Market Returns To Growth Mode
  • Brintex and IWC team up to link unrepresented wineries to UK buyers
  • Banning alcohol adverts 'pointless'
  • Chinese film star buys St Emilion property
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: The riesling revolution
  • OZ: Winery counts cost of blaze
  • OZ: Woollies overly ambitious about increase in private label products: analyst
  • NZ: Aaron Bilcich the new winemaker at Soljans Estate Winery
  • OZ: Gov't approves laxative agent as wine additive
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Oregon winemaker fighting elements and cancer to make gorgeous Pinot Noirs
  • For Better Or For Worse, In Wine and In War
  • Mondo Mondavi: On Tours, Reserve Wines, Alcohol Levels, and Looking People in the Eye
  • Wine pricing: Part math, part market
  • SOME DAYS I FAIL TO FIND A CATEGORY TO ENCOMPASS ARTICLES LIKE THESE ... THIS IS ONE OF THOSE DAYS
  • Gone with the wind: study finds cows fed wine dregs emit less methane
  • Hello Kitty Wine: Japan-based Enoteca expands presence in China

  • December 06, 2011TOP NEWS
  • Global table wine production stable despite decrease in vineyards
  • Will Treasury Wine Estates improve with age?
  • New OIV standards for greenhouse gases production in winemaking
  • Good Grape Wine Blog Goes on Hiatus
  • Oregon winery co-owner dies in fall
  • Italians Pass on Prosecco in Worst Christmas Since WWII
  • Family Estate Planning - Favorably High Tax Exemptions to Expire in 2012
  • Calif Gov: We need higher taxes
  • 21st Century Lambrusco? Red Sparkling Moscato
  • Sustainable Practices to be Focus of Washington Wine Growers Meeting
  • Sommelier finds beauty in wine labels
  • From the REPublic: Top 10 ... uh, 11 Winebuyer “Experiences”
  • Cork Taint: Who's Fault Is It?
  • Starbucks to add 7 Chicago stores selling beer, wine
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Absurdity of Texas Wine Shipping Law Reaches New Heights
  • Wholesalers: I Am Not A Crook?
  • 'Privatization Would Increase Social Problems Associated With Excessive Alcohol Use'
  • HEALTH
  • Wine and Health: An ASEV Review
  • Ok the polyphenols, but which one? And how much?
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Old Media Think: Twitter = Washing Dishes?
  • Wine Media, I'm Ashamed of You
  • YET MORE PARKERGATE
  • Shoot The Messenger! Campo 'to sue iPhone for defamation and commercial damage' for 'smokin' gun' email
  • The Wine Advocate Scandal Continues
  • Statement from David Schildknecht (member of Team Parker)
  • Schildknecht: Miller Not Leaving Wine Advocate on Account of Spain Controversy
  • What lies beyond jay miller?
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Changing critic, changing styles?
  • Back to Nature...Again
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • Five reasons businesses suck at using social media to talk to each other
  • 3 Reasons Your Winery Needs a Mobile Website
  • "Hello Vino" wine app gets help from Constellation
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Santa Barbara County requires EIR for winery project
  • Kendall-Jackson To Be Featured on "Undercover Boss"
  • Napa Farm Bureau wants preservation ordinances to go before voters
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IN: Bad weather for some crops helped vineyards
  • NJ: Winery proposed for Little Silver
  • OR: Pinot Gris marketing group - An exciting new project
  • PA: Knob Hall's Chambourcin shows what regional wineries can do with grape
  • PA: California Winery Goes DTC
  • VA: British wine critics toast Virginia vino
  • EUROPE
  • Austrian prosecutor investigating sales of Hitler wine and schnapps
  • Tradition vs. Innovation: What Will Save the Douro? Part II
  • Ukraine looks to raise winemaking standards
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Early signs of wine industry recovery
  • OZ: Southern Queensland irrigation group backs Basin plan
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Hong Kong looking to broaden trade with SAfrica
  • Lafite Counterfeits Afloat?
  • Rossetti enters Chinese market
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Winemaking made Kosher
  • Consumers Embrace Italian Wine’s New Varietals And Offerings
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • Glutathione: a natural antioxidant for wines
  • APPOINTMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Purple Wine Co. promotes Mike Mestas to national sales manager
  • Southern Appoints Stuart Gray head of Pacific Wine & Spirits of Calif
  • Flippin' Best Blogger Revealed

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