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  Daily News for Tuesday, March 26th
Amazon Eager to Build Wine Market
VP of marketplace details web retail at WiVi conference, other experts talk winemaking and grapegrowing
Soil dry but rainfall normal at Napa Valley vineyards
Grapegrowers report includes technology talk
Shortages, Changing of the Guard, New Technologies and Farmworker Programs Highlight Napa Valley Grapegrowers 2013 Spring Press Conference (Press Release)
Predicting a robust 2013 grape growing season, Napa Valley Grapegrowers also see a future shortage in Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, according to the three grape growers featured at the annual Spring press conference held Friday, March 22 at a historic Yountville vineyard farmed by a fifth generation Napa Valley family.
Why Beer Marketers Don't Spend Much on Joe Six-Pack Anymore
Subpremium Suds Like Busch, Keystone Light Yield 'Fast Nickels,' But Advertising More-Expensive Brews Brings in "Slow Dimes'
STATE: Gov. Snyder declares April as Michigan Wine Month
Governor Rick Snyder has declared April as "Michigan Wine Month" to honor Michigan's wide selection of quality wines and the wine industry's significant contribution to the economy.
Eighth-Grade Student Hosts Wine Dinner and Raises $15,000 for Charity
Plus other news and notes from the world of wine, spirits and beer.
Long Island Wine Council Utilizes Social Media To Reach Grape Lovers
The Long Island Wine Council is tapping into social media to reach out to a grape-loving audience with new contests, promotions and events.
WA: Giving young wine grapes a chance
Hundreds of light-orange-colored wind screens wrapped around young wine grape vines has given Spanish Castle Vineyard a new look to the thousands of motorists who pass daily.
NJ Wine Exports Rapidly Climb [AUDIO]
The Garden State's wine exports have surged 50 percent in the past five years.
Spunky wine label born from diagnosis of MS
The Hares already have donated their wine for MS-related events. When the company becomes profitable, the owners plan to donate 10 percent of profits to organizations that help people with multiple sclerosis.
PR: Recent study suggests red wine extract Resveratrol drowns out hearing loss
Researchers find that Resveratrol's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help protect against a surprising number of health problems, including hearing loss
Wine on the Rise in U.S.
According to a recent NPR report, more Americans are consuming wine, and that's leading to an increase in production.
Ontario wine biz has $3.3 billion impact: Study
Popping the cork on an Ontario wine bottle brings with it $40 of economic spinoff - if you can find one amid thick international competition.
Boutinot announces buy-out
Boutinot has confirmed a management buy-out led by managing director Dennis Whiteley, commercial director Michael Moriarty and Tony Brown MW.
Israeli producers fight EU pressure
Israeli winemakers on the West Bank are facing a growing battle with the European Union over how they label produce from this politically sensitive region.
Koch takes fellow collector to court
Billionaire businessman and wine collector Bill Koch will begin new legal proceedings today against businessman Eric Greenberg.
Balance of power shifts between major wine countries at ProWein
The balance of power between the main wine-producing countries is there to see at this week's ProWein, with all facing their own difficulties while trying to exploit new opportunities.
Lidio Carraro to produce official World Cup wines
Lidio Carraro has been named the producer of the official licensed wines for the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.
IMPACT Seminar Snapshot: David Trone On "Building a National Retail Chain"
As more retailers expand into beverage alcohol sales, including major players like Wal-Mart and Amazon, the landscape is growing far more competitive for drinks retailers.
Alleged Counterfeit Wines Go on Trial
Bill Koch will finally bring a case to court, suing collector Eric Greenberg over 24 rare wines he says are fakes
New Mathematical Process Recommends Wines For Consumers
Taste Factor's Patented Recommendation System Uses Academic Algorithm to Deliver Wines Suited to Every Palate
Joseph Phelps Vineyards Celebrates 40th Anniversary (Press Release)
Iconic Napa Valley Winery Reaches Four-Decade Milestone
Climate change impacting worldwide wine production
A Nordic fantasy? Not according to climate experts who say the Earth's warming phase is already driving a wave of change through the world of wine
Wine growlers, dog tethering: Oregon Legislature today
Here's a sampling of some of the bills getting hearings Tuesday:
Report: Deals not driving restaurant traffic
Offers must be revamped to attract younger diners, NPD researchers say
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