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May 17, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Labor firm settles federal lawsuit over local vineyard workers' treatment
  • Sierra Club loses vineyard parcel split case
  • In US, Wine Consumption Stays Steady
  • Shortage? Ot Not? Are Growers About To Over-Plant Again?
  • Grape Growers Hear Good News
  • Justin Vineyards Focuses On Quality With New Vineyards, Winemaker, Label
  • U.S. Court invalidates NLRB election 'ambush' rule
  • ‘Confusing’ EU wine labelling rules unfit for consumer needs
  • Chilean Wine Enters the Big League in Asian Auctions
  • How big is that vineyard? Franzia/Bronco edition
  • HEALTH & ALCOHOL REGULATION
  • Wine Consumption May Not Lower Mortality
  • Health Groups Urge Obama: Don't Water Down Alc Bev Calorie Labeling
  • Ban alcohol adverts across Europe, urges alliance of experts
  • DIRECT SHIPPING & PRIVATIZATION
  • Washington Liquor privatization sales go to state's high court
  • Pennsylvania wine lovers have reason to whine
  • Direct shipping and underage drinking
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Two wine buyer delegations from China coming to Lodi
  • Driving & Drinking: Chevrolet building to become winery
  • Women for WineSense celebrates its roots
  • Buellton supports wine groups' position
  • Lodi balks at proposed crackdown on winery events
  • Napa Valley wineries need to develop their own 'look'
  • Silver Rose developer hopes to break ground within a year
  • The Biggest Myths About Napa Valley
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • SecondMarket Acts to Offset Facebook Fees By Selling Wine
  • Stamford Targets $100 Million for Bordeaux Wines, Jade Antiques
  • Calon Segur trades on secondary wine investment market
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • What’s In A Name, Anyway? Releases From Not-Quite-Family-Named Brands
  • Fresh & Easy Expands Wine Range for Summer
  • Passive-Aggressive Wine Store Owner Helps a Customer Choose a Wine.
  • ONLINE, TECH & SOCIAL MEDIA
  • New Crush25 Facebook Application Empowers Amateur Winemakers
  • Clout vs. Klout – Or the Real Meaning of Social Influence
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • The way bloggers are now being pitched - What a laugh!
  • Inside the oenophilic mind of Jay McInerney
  • Wine Economist Milestones
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • The irrelevance of terroir (to most people)
  • 2010 vintage, revisited
  • When it comes to wine, no one likes it hot
  • The 2 most common winemaking mistakes
  • Restaurant Rip-Offs To Avoid: America's most expensive corkage
  • Solving the Mystery of the “Coury Clone”
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • MN: Southern Wine & Spirits Enters New Phase of Growth
  • OK: Novice grape growers invited to Field Day
  • EUROPE
  • Change at the top of ProWein
  • Merchants: 2011 campaign “worst in recent memory”
  • Liv-ex:Calon Segur 2011 finds a market
  • THE UK
  • Indies buy wine direct to benefit from euro exchange rate
  • England and China noted in rules of wine
  • English wines step up presence at LIWF for Jubilee and Olympics
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Illegal foreign workers taken into custody in Northland
  • OZ: McWilliam's recalls fortified wines
  • OZ: King Valley ruling in its own right
  • NZ: Vineyard sales pick up
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Reaching the New Chinese Consumer
  • 80% increase of imported wine to Hubei provice
  • 280 cases of disqualified imported wine destroyed in Wenzhou
  • Imported wine via Lianyugang port surges

  • May 16, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Black Box Looks To Maintain Double-Digit Growth
  • Shift in grape market impacts North Coast wineries, grower
  • Technomic: Fast-casual restaurants ahead of industry growth
  • Wine By The Glass Is For Chumps
  • $716 million judgment for selling alcohol to minors
  • English wine beats Moët in blind tasting
  • The new rules of wine you don't know
  • Ledson plans new Kenwood winery
  • TTB Proposes Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley AVA
  • California wine: Argentina’s biggest competitor
  • An Aussie winery built of straw
  • Recent Court Opinion: Abandonment & Termination Of a Vineyard Lease
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Alcoholic beverage brands seek social media connections as Millennials come of age
  • Conference Gives Wineries Tools to Succeed in Direct Shipping
  • The Best of Booze Memes – LOLz!
  • Bachelorettes, locavores and quality wine in America
  • How are you marketing on Pinterest?
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Willamette Valley Vineyards Posts a Profit for Q1 2012
  • Alcohol sales back on Coca-Cola agenda
  • Liv-ex: Bordeaux 2011 release recap
  • 1774 vintage French wine sells for $49000
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Why Rating Wine Is Bad Science
  • Bacteria, not blending, brings complexity
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Effort aims to give Lodi a better reputation
  • Delta plan draft released
  • Tulare County Supervisors challenge UC water study
  • Celebration of Life, Rededication of Wine Library
  • EUROPE
  • Spain: The new conquistadors of wine
  • Sour Grapes For Estonian Wine Business
  • Bordeaux Futures Hit the Market, But Is Anyone Buying?
  • Flood of 2011 en primeur releases sparks new life into campaign
  • Champagne 'capsule thieves' arrested
  • Bordeaux 2011 - Super Tuesday: Over 40 releases overwhelm negociants, merchants
  • THE UK
  • Top reasons to go to LIWF 2012
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • French Vintners ally to crack down on counterfeit goods
  • Changing, Changing Chinese Wine Market
  • Masters of wine: Institute to hold 3 Master Classes at Vinexpo Asia Pacific 2012
  • Report: French Dominance Of China's Wine Market Set To Slip
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Terroir Capital Brings South Africa’s Mulderbosch In-House
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • The physics of wine bottle opening
  • Keep and Carry Leftover Wine
  • Lotto scammers wash their cars with Champagne
  • DIAL M.W. FOR MURDER

  • May 15, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Global Supply: Bumper wine crop predicted in Chile
  • Import/Export: Aussie farmers welcome falling dollar
  • Ascentia Spins Off Ste. Chapelle Winery To Precept
  • Alcohol consumption increases sexual assault risk: New Study
  • Cool wine regions to benefit from research on new pathogen
  • Protecting Wine From Transport Heat Damage
  • Chapoutier considers legal battle with concrete egg maker
  • Wine flows, warehouse vacancy slows
  • Tight, Fat, and Uncorked: Three Wine Scenarios
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo begs for mercy. Asks BrewDog to stop “witch hunt”
  • Diageo trimming Greek marketing, has contingency plan
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Lodi Names New Exec Dir For Winegrape Commission
  • California's New Water Wars
  • Critic blasts newest plan to 'save' the Delta
  • Antioch OKs zoning change, clears way for winery
  • Wine Country DUI Investigation
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • When does a wine critic cross the line and become a brand advocate?
  • My hero, wine forger Rudy Kurniawan
  • Uncomfortable Truths: The Wine Edition
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Cono Sur pushes chilled Pinot Noir
  • Wine competitions: is bigger really better?
  • Study Finds that Great Wine Tasters are Born that Way!
  • Wine.com Offers Personalized Recommendations
  • New wine glasses aim to balance "water and fire"
  • Evaluating the taste and cost of "Two-Buck Chuck"
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Formalization of Wine’s ‘Fifth Column’: Third-party Marketers
  • Finally – A Promising Buzz in the Social Media Marketing Atmosphere
  • Buying Local Wines: Does the Idea Travel Well?
  • Glass stopper looks cool, but only a few wineries use it
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • Mobile Bottlers Pop Up in Midwest
  • Villa Maria Estate Celebrates 50 Years of Exceptional, Family-Owned Winemaking
  • AZ: Check Out the New Arizona Winery Hops and Vines
  • OR: Drivers Can Buy A Specialty License Plate Highlighting Wine Country
  • VA: Supreme Court rules in favor of Marterella Winery
  • WA: Seattle Area Wine Sales & Tasting Center Closes
  • EUROPE
  • 5 tips for a successful En Primeur Campaign
  • Haut-Brion emerges with hefty price cut
  • Shipwrecked Champagne to be auctioned
  • THE UK
  • Rebranding planned for Laithwaite's Wine
  • UK importer takes 'largest-ever' list from Finger Lakes
  • DOWN UNDER
  • OZ: Wine region survey points to boycott over CSG
  • OZ: Coles and Woollies not entirely to blame for supermarket wars, Dick Smith tells Inquiry
  • NZ: Mission buys failed Marlborough winery
  • OZ: Bright star invigorates
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Chinese wine market grown by 20 percent
  • China's wine investment market cools down
  • China winemakers seek to compete with the French vintners
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Brazil targets Argentina with trade licenses
  • Uruguay exports focus on quality
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Edible 'stop signs' in food may halt overeating

  • May 14, 2012TOP NEWS
  • The $1,000 Wine App: PA Pushes The Envelope of Cluelessness
  • Updating the Mendo Wine Co Shuffle
  • Component in red wine may hold answers in Alzheimer's battle
  • The value of social media customers
  • Are celebrity wines worth the price?
  • Wines Targeting Women Are Long on Legs, Short on Flavor
  • SWE Signs Chandler & Co. for Marketing Outreach
  • Sideways adapted for stage, premieres this month
  • Wine Glut Looming in Aussie Cool climate regions?
  • Corked Champagne: Under fire Stelzer responds
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Vintners Co-Op, MA Silva expand to Napa Valley
  • Steelhead trout lose out when water is low in wine country
  • Buellton supports wine groups' position
  • Chardonnay Symposium returns to Santa Maria
  • PUBLIC COMPANIES, INVESTING & AUCTIONS
  • Diageo: Greek Euro Exit May Hurt Sales
  • Liv-ex: Critics favour top Right Bank 2011s
  • Diageo should have let Tweeting dogs lie
  • MARKETING, SALES & PROMOTION
  • Alan Kropf and the 4 pillars of wine marketing
  • Is the Half Bottle Half Full or Half Empty?
  • The Problem with Wine by the Glass.
  • MEDIA MATTERS
  • NY mag on the Rudy K saga
  • Lit Life: Q&A with Mike Veseth, professor of wine-economics
  • MATTERS OF TASTE
  • Interventions in winemaking, or “natural” vs. “unnatural” wines, part 2
  • Raisin the Brick and more!
  • U.S. REGIONAL WINE NEWS
  • IA:Wineries' Ag Designation Means Thousands in Tax Breaks
  • MD: Wine law brings 'Maryland into the 21st century'
  • NC: Wine Industry Is A Cash Cow For The State
  • NY: Dr. Frank Wine Cellars celebrates 50 years
  • PA: Direct shipment of wines could be expanded
  • TX:Three winemakers open 4.0 Cellars
  • EUROPE
  • France government campaign encourages China to look beyond Bordeaux
  • Brunello promo to provide Bordeaux alternatives
  • The Languedoc Paradox
  • Margaux joins growing en primeur releases'
  • Rare La Mission-Haut-Brion the star attraction at auction
  • 90 euros for Cos d'estournel 2011 : “This is part of our strategy for positioning our brand”
  • THE UK
  • Amorim becomes patron of WSET
  • Acker prepares for “greatest auction” of 2012
  • DOWN UNDER
  • NZ: Mission Estate buys substantial Marlborough vineyard
  • OZ: Famed winery and hospitality business up for sale for the first time
  • OZ: Corked Champagne: Under fire Stelzer responds
  • OZ: The map of Australian wine has changed rapidly
  • OZ: Winegrowers adding olive trees in Hunter Valley NSW
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • Is China seeing a slowdown in bottled wine imports?
  • Of red wine and red capitalists
  • LATIN AMERICA
  • Argentina's Trivento moved its sales dept to Chile
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • WOSA calls SA wine farmers “ignorant”
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • One Man's History of Italian Wine in America,1977-2012
  • Wine On A Plane!
  • Five Ways Not to Buy Wine

  • May 11, 2012TOP NEWS
  • Imported Wine Category Shows Growth After Three-Year Slump
  • Glass named president of Mendocino Wine Co.
  • U.S. Wine Shipments to Canada Up
  • Hustling Wine to Millennials Is Serious Business
  • Which restaurants win with Millennials?
  • Wine workshop's focus: Millennials
  • Corked Champagne "costing billions"
  • The Reality of On-Line Sales to Minors
  • Congressman trying to ban more salmon from San Joaquin River
  • New faces at powerful Calif Water Resources Control Board
  • CALIFORNIA BRIEFS
  • Oldest bottle of Krug found
  • Bill Harlan's Promontory Project
  • Duckhorn signs deal for Three Palms Vineyard grapes
  • Vintners join oriGIn
  • Inglenook label returns
  • Winemaker Inman named a Rising Star
  • WINE LAW
  • Design Elements Creating Distinctive Packaging Can Be Protected
  • Appeals Court Grants Wax Seal to Maker's Mark
  • EUROPE & THE UK
  • Cos defends 2011 release price
  • Asda turns back to the Old World
  • Lafite president will announce action of cracking down on counterfeits
  • ASIA & PACIFIC RIM
  • The transformation of Japanese wine
  • Hong Kong the key to trade with China
  • NOT JUST FOR THE TRADE
  • Wine without preservatives: a moral dilemma
  • Discover Your Strengths and Weaknesses Before You Start Your Business
  • GOOD HEADLINE, BAD HEADLINE
  • GOOD: Hope Family Wines expands to Ontario
  • BAD: Hope Family Wines Expands Trialto Wine Group Partnership to Include Ontario Market
  • FLASH! ACTUAL NEWS DISCOVERED Kudos (and sympathies) to North Bay Business Journal for wading through the mishmash of yesterday's pathetic news release and (a) finding actual news and (b) writing an intelligent headline.
  • Healdsburg wine company gets $2.5 million investment

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