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November 02, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Farm Bill Expiration Hurting Ag Exports
  • San Fran Vineyard Fund Trying To Raise $100 Mil
  • Restaurant operators upbeat despite soft sales, traffic
  • Virgin Wines expanding
  • NY wine merchants count cost of Hurricane Sandy
  • Treasury plans $11m growth at new NZ Winery
  • Poll: Pennsylvanians Plead for Privatization
  • 'America Fermented' explores history of alcohol in America
  • Tesco shoppers get £60 worth of wine for just £9 after glitch
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Sonoma County struggling with what to allow on ag lands
  • New book showcases Mendocino County vintners
  • Passalacqua Winery Names Sarah Kelley Direct Sales Manager
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Vintage 2012: a year for careful picking from France's vineyards
  • What can we expect from the 2012 wine harvest?
  • South Africa grape projections on course as early harvest begins
  • German winemaker reaps a 700-year-old monastic legacy
  • Canada: Grapes bursting with profits
  • Harvest Update - Sta Rita Hills - California
  • Harvest shortage: producers urged to rein in prices
  • Port producers try treading machines
  • HEALTH
  • A Tribute To Serge Renaud
  • Genuine consumer demand for low alcohol wines
  • High-Fat Meal with Olive Oil Can Have Immediate Positive Effects
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 Index falls 0.64% in October
  • Ausone and DRC fall in October
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Wine Porn: Do Some Labels Cross the Line?
  • Be a Customer for a Day
  • Wine Rep Says Goodbye
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • You can’t identify your own wine in a blind tasting?
  • Que Bonarda?
  • Larry Stone on wine education, ICC Dean of Wine Studies
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Monkey found trying to open bottle of red wine
  • Feiring: The Rescue
  • French Enthusiasts Turn Archaeologists To Save Heirloom Grape Varieties
  • How a Data Guru, and Entertainment Engineer Went Deep Into Wine
  • Vintage Notes: "Go, Bears," Go Tree
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • CT: Maugle Sierra Vineyards and Winery
  • FL: First Coast was first in the US for making wine
  • IN: Keeping it natural defines new Steuben Co. winery
  • NY: Nyack Alcohol Ban Until Street Lights Return
  • TX: Lawsuit planned to stop beer and wine vote
  • WA: Right place at the right time for pioneering family's wine
  • AG, GROWER & CELLAR NEWS
  • The risk of spoilage yeast contamination during natural yeast fermentations
  • Terrepure system "cleans and ages" spirits in just hours
  • EUROPE
  • Rioja and Tempranillo lead Spanish charge
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine regions protection passes Parliament
  • OZ: Health body calls for changes to alcohol taxation
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Panama axes US spirits duty
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • A foundling of great charm

  • November 01, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Australia's Treasury Wine Estates snaps up big Marlborough winery
  • Restaurant Performance Dips in September Due to Softer Sales
  • Aussie organic group warns of 'super weed' risk
  • Dealing With Scary Letters from the ABC
  • The closure wars: a report from the front lines
  • Chateau Ste. Michelle Takes On California's Behemoths
  • Canada: Ageing population to boost wine over other categories
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Trade zone may benefit Napa wine industry
  • Vit Fair to be held Nov. 7 in Napa
  • WiVi Central Coast 2013
  • Agri-Business Cal Bar Offers Ethics Legal Education
  • Napa's Iron Fist in a Velvet Glove
  • Entrepreneur Spotlight On Corison Winery
  • HARVEST 2012
  • NY: Long Island growers spared by Sandy
  • Napa Valley mostly finished with 2012 harvest
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Rémy Cointeau continues shopping spree
  • Wall Street Executives Rode Out Sandy With $1K Bottles Of Wine
  • Chateau Lafite to dominate Sotheby's London sale
  • 1855 makes a profit in 1st half of 2012
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Patch could help you say goodbye to hangovers
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Direct-to-consumer sales: the fastest-growing channel in United States
  • Scary Trend for Chocolate Wine Fad
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Bias In State-Store Wine Consumer Polls
  • Feiring Launches New Premium Newsletter
  • A New Yorker Finally Discovers Napa Valley
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Alice Feiring, Natural Wine and the Question of Integrity
  • Falling In Love With Old Wines, Courtesy Of A Paris Collector
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • OR: Southern Oregon Gains a New Winery
  • PA: LCB Chair Tastes Sour Grapes, Selects Probe
  • VA: Stone Tower Winery joins the wine craze
  • WA: The Passing of Generations at Manu Propia
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Top 10 South African winemakers to watch
  • SA wine exports’ rosy future
  • South Africa Cultivates Wine Market
  • Wine farm on the road to nowhere
  • THE UK
  • Wine and drinks investors behind Thierry's new company Watermill Wines
  • Thierry’s bought by investment company
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine areas protected from urban sprawl
  • OZ: Tragedy rocks Casella Wines
  • NZ: Big winery project a good sign
  • NZ: Wine industry urged to seize moment
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Drama: Days of wine and noses
  • Want Great Deals In Wine ? Look For The Second Label
  • Wine Serving Temperatures – INFOGRAPHIC
  • OLIVES
  • EU Action Plan for Olive Oil Inching Forward
  • Lebanon olive oil industry growing
  • Bechealeh’s ancient trees still producing high-end olive oil

  • October 31, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Serge Renaud Dies: Father of "French Paradox"
  • Sandy Delivers Blow to Northeast Wineries
  • Wine levels worldwide shrinking to 37-year low
  • Top wine tax trends
  • No doomsday scenario for wine investment
  • Global Consumer Confidence in Subdued During Q3
  • Family-owned wine brands outstripping private label: Nielsen
  • Getting import wines to the market
  • Is unit reduction growing or shrinking the market?
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Nurseries say tree, vine rootstock sells fast
  • Trellis Growth Partners: New Name,Expanded Services
  • Smells Like Rhone Spirit: Tablas Creek’s Esprit
  • Stonestreet Stables' Banke thriving
  • Fall Colors Lure Visitors to Sierra Foothill Wineries
  • HARVEST 2012
  • Small 2012 harvest sparks supply fears
  • Napa: Vintage of the Century
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Medical Experts Debate Value of Alcohol Use
  • Low-alcohol wine 'important' category in UK
  • The truth about sulphites
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Wall Street Finds Sandy Silver Lining in Wine, Monopoly
  • Has Diageo Become the Perfect Stock?
  • 3,000 active markets on Liv-ex
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Suing Wine Writers
  • Top 10 Wine Stories Needing to be Written
  • Suckling On Life, Death, And Playing The Bongos
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • WineCloud provides future direction for winemakers
  • WAR and wine ratings
  • How to lie about wine
  • Why most wine collectors are compulsive liars
  • Eat, drink, and don't get too analytical
  • The Influence of Oak Chips on Aromatic Quality of Wine
  • Survival of the fittest, sparkling style
  • Napa Valley Winery Helps Identify Your Wine Personality
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Saxum and Failla: a tale of two pricing strategies
  • MANAGEMENT
  • Taking on an intern
  • Top Time & Money Saving Winery Compliance Tips
  • OH CANADA!
  • Canadian wine eating into beer share
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • KY: Liquor King opens; plans to be southeastern 'megastore'
  • NY: Brooklyn wine shop delivers well into storm
  • PA: Sandy causes state to suspend liquor sales
  • WA: BevMo! to Open Four More Locations
  • WA: Smasne Cellars has rich history in Yakima Valley
  • ACADEMIA - SONOMA STATE
  • Practical Strategies to Increase Wine eCommerce Sales
  • Practical Vineyard Management
  • Selling Wine to Restaurants and Retailers
  • Current and Upcoming Winery Compliance Issues
  • Easy Ways to Successful Direct Marketing
  • The Expert's Secrets to Selling Wine Grapes
  • Intro to Tasting Room Management
  • Wine Marketing Basics: What Every Winery Should Know
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Winery Makes Deloitte's Fast 50 Companies
  • NZ: Viticulture degree course to continue
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil 'to double wine consumption' with supermarket deal
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • 2013 Buzzwords (The horror! The horror!
  • Wine tale enough to drive director to drink
  • The cradle of the grape
  • A Gathering of Tomatoes, Olives and Harvest Songs in a Little Corner of Tuscany
  • OLIVES
  • Green Waste Processing for Boutique Olive Oil Presses and Wineries
  • Olive-growing giant headed for Victoria
  • Republic of Georgia’s Newborn Olive Oil Industry
  • Genuine identity needed for Lebanonese olive oil

  • October 30, 2012

    October 30, 2012TOP NEWS
  • World Wine Output Forecast to Drop 6.1% on France, Argentina
  • Imported Rosé Retail Sales Jump Another 26% in First Half of 2012
  • Accolade's lower alcohol wine in cans gain traction
  • Canadian wine industry to show solid growth
  • The Dramatic Rise Of Moscato Producer Castello del Poggio
  • Liv-ex: On the rise
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Five Myths About California Wine Die Hard
  • All eyes on Brooks Painter
  • Amador Foothill Harvest Report
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Red Wine Won’t Help Healthy Women, Study Says
  • Plant compounds tied to less stomach cancer in women
  • Will Kate Toast With Wine?
  • MARKETING & SALES
  • Pink Pinot Grigio? Red Moscato?
  • The Customer Service Perspective
  • The Sandy Bandwagon: Wine Marketing in poor taste?
  • Malbec, a big hit in the United States
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • Please don’t sue me for a bad review!
  • Wine Spectator takes step toward younger audience
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Do New World wines age?
  • What Is Terroir and Why Is It Important in Wine?
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • AZ: Wine Goes to School
  • NY: First Alcohol Summit
  • ACADEMIA
  • Cornell Student-Run Vineyard First Certified Organic
  • EUROPE
  • Cru Bourgeois property will not make any 2012
  • Bordeaux wines 'shine even when it rains'
  • New Monopoly Game Replaces Paris with Vineyards
  • Teachings of Armenia’s renewed viticulture
  • THE UK
  • Lords clash over alcohol pricing claim
  • UK Retailers enjoy increased sales and improved economic conditions
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: McGuigan in branded private label deals with Coles, IBA
  • NZ: Kiwi wine 'family' embarks on Asia drive
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Guangxi: biggest imported wine distribution center in SW China
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • For Ex-Goldman Trader, Reporter Wine Work Is Bugs, Memory
  • Wine For Islam's Teetotalers – Halal Heads Off The Beaten Track
  • Carbonara, a new theory for its origins and name

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