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Wine Consumers Move Up the Price Ladder

Survey results presented at Unified Symposium, where attendance breaks record

Buying Wine on the Web
In an ever more digital world, there are a few things that remain reassuringly analog. Wine, for example
Are bottles pricing themselves out of the on-trade market?
On-trade consumers in the US traded down from bottles to glasses in 2012
Constellation Brands Provides Additional Comment Regarding U.S. Department of Justice Action
Constellation Brands believes the DOJ's action demonstrates its incomplete understanding of the proposed transaction for at least three primary reasons
Nation's Largest Wine & Grape Show Continues To Grow With Record-breaking Attendance
More than 13,000 wine and grape professionals from around the globe gathered at the 19th annual Unified Wine & Grape Symposium (Unified) to learn about new trends, sample the latest products and, in the process, set another attendance record for the largest show of its kind in the Americas.
U.S. Sues to Block Big Beer Merger
The U.S. government sued to block the world's biggest beer maker from spending $20 billion to get even bigger, the latest deal to fall prey to global antitrust regulators.
LVMH's Arnault warns over currency wars
Bernard Arnault struck an upbeat note on Thursday, expressing "confidence" in the year ahead for LVMH, the luxury goods group he heads, but warned of the risk of currency wars that could strengthen the euro and penalise French exporters.
Nomaco, Nomacorc share sustainability solutions
Nomaco hosts manufacturing network event on sustainability
Drinking Wine Through Time, From a Chore to a Choice
most wine for much of history was vile, nasty stuff. If an ancient critic had etched a tasting note to describe the wine that most people drank, it might have read, "Wretched, horrible, vinegary, foul." Yet people drank it anyway
Nova Scotia does about-face, says stores will be able to brew wine, beer on site
The government said Thursday its Crown liquor corporation will also drop injunctions launched three weeks ago in provincial Supreme Court against Wine Kitz Halifax and Water 'n' Wine in New Glasgow.
Oregon Wine Board names two new directors, officers
Both Steve Thomson of King Estate Winery and Juan Pablo "JP" Valot of Silvan Ridge Winery were appointed to three-year terms. Leigh Bartholomew of Archery Summit and Dominio IV winery and Michael Donovan of RoxyAnn Winery were re-appointed to new terms
Taittinger Toasts the SAG Awards
Plus, the duck-label war returns to Long Island and rears its beak in New Jersey, a wine auction aids Sandy victims, and vintner Lucio Mastroberardino succumbs to cancer
Foley Family Wines launches membership program
Bill Foley, owner of Chalk Hill and Sebastiani wineries, launched a membership program Thursday designed to cross-promote his many wineries, resorts and restaurants that dot the map from Montana to New Zealand
Anheuser-Busch, Constellation Hit By U.S. Suit To Block Takeover Of Modelo
Constellation said it was "disappointed" with the DOJ move
California's wine industry going strong
most of California's "new vineyard plantings are in the state's interior," and intended to grow grapes for wine that is sold for less than $10 per bottle
Australia: Growers facing 'Waterloo' Save
"Growers are going to find it very difficult unless they see an increase in red grape prices but not everyone has red varieties on their property."
I'm Paul Mabray, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of VinTank, and This is How I Power My Business
What apps, services or gadgets do you recommend to other business owners?
Gallo honored as Winery of the Year
The praise keeps coming for E.&J. Gallo Winery of Modesto, which shared the latest Winery of the Year award from a leading expert on the California industry
WineAmerica appoints Mark Chandler as executive director
WineAmerica, the national organization of American wineries, has selected Mark Chandler as its executive director, effective in February
The Three Biggest Health Myths in Wine
Let's put an end to these tall tales
PR: Nation's Largest Wine & Grape Show Continues to Grow With Record-breaking Attendance
This year's official total of 13,400 Unified attendees surpassed last year's record audience by 1,000. In addition to a massive trade show featuring close to 650 exhibitors from every corner of the world, the three-day event provides a full program of sessions exploring wine and grape production issues, maximizing marketing opportunities and the industry's latest production, supply and sales figures
We're running out of farm workers. Immigration reform won't help.
looser immigration laws may not be able to keep our food cheap forever.
Is Beer the New Wine?
Beer is in the air.
Washington State confirms UK commitment
Washington State Wine Commission has stressed it is "committed for the long-term" as the body seeks to bolster its UK presence following the collapse of two major importers.
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