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Subject: Diamond Oaks Goes Chapt 11, Grower Sues Cosentino for $500K+ -- WINE INDUSTRY INSIGHT

Date: 2009-09-21 22:10:15

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WINE INDUSTRY INSIGHT

EMAIL EDITION - VOLUME I, NUMBER 121 - September 21, 2009

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IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Diamond Oaks Vineyards Plus Two More Maniar Firms File Chapt. 11

  • Cosentino Winery Sued For $500K+ In Latest Legal Battle


NEWS FETCH

 

  • Wine industry, IRS closer on LIFO compromise
  • Vincraft Looking for More Wineries To Buy
  • UK: South African wines heisted in London
  • Napa Harvest report: rain did little damage, whites all picked
  • Jean-Michel Valette Among Masters Of Wine new council members
  • New York's first autumn wine auction smashes estimates
  • Can a Kosher Israeli wine become grand cru?
  • Any Drinking Raises Driving Risk
  • Fortezza: Another winery dreamer has had enough

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    Diamond Oaks Vineyards Plus Two More Maniar Firms File Chapt. 11

    Napa Valley’s Diamond Oaks Vineyards has filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection.

    In addition, two other firms also owned by Dinesh Maniar: SF-based Montgomery Realty Group and Southland Thoroughbred Farms in Riverside County have filed separate Chapter 11 filings, all in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California.

    Court files do not list a personal bankruptcy filing for Maniar.

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    • WINERY AND VINEYARD HOLDINGS IN NAPA AND SONOMA
    • LIST OF DIAMOND OAK CREDITORS AND THEIR 20 LARGEST UNSECURED CLAIMS
    • FINANCIAL STRESS BEGAN TO SHOW UP AT MONTGOMERY REALTY IN 2006
    • THOROUGHBRED BUSINESS TROUBLES APPARENT IN LATE 2008


    Cosentino Winery Sued For $500K+ In Latest Legal Battle

    Lewis G. Carpenter, Jr., owner of Carpenter Ranches of St. Helena has sued Cosentino Winery in Napa County Superior Court for more than half a million dollars he says is still owed for wine grapes from 2008.

    Cosentino’s court papers, “denies each and every allegation.”

    A hearing has been scheduled for Oct. 20.

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    • CARPENTER CHARGES BREACH OF CONTRACT
    • COURT ORDERS CONSENTINO TO PROTECT WINE, PROHIBITS ITS SALE
    • CARPENTER LAWSUIT LATEST OF MANY

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    September 21, 2009
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  • Vincraft Looking for More Wineries To Buy
  • UK: Virgin Wines launches new club
  • Secured Creditor Orders Online Auction of European Wine Inventory
  • Can a Kosher Israeli wine become grand cru?
  • OH: Ferrante Winery founder dies
  • Washington State Approval No Longer Required for Wine Labels
  • Fortezza: Another winery dreamer has had enough
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  • September 17, 2009
  • Jean-Michel Valette Among Masters Of Wine new council members
  • New York's first autumn wine auction smashes estimates
  • Evans' wine bill awaits governor's action
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