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  Daily News for Tuesday, September 24th
Wine leaders enthusiastic about industry future

Findings from the surveys of wine executives and industry professionals will be presented at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, during the Wine Industry Financial Symposium at the Napa Valley Marriott in Napa, Calif

Corks, Screwcaps and Wine Culture
French/American group concurs: We can all get along
TTB Proposes 11 Viticultural Areas within the Paso Robles Viticultural Area
TTB proposes to establish 11 new viticultural areas within the existing 612,000-acre Paso Robles viticultural area in northern San Luis Obispo County, California
EPA crafts new Clean Water Act rule
In particular, the rule is aimed at small waterways that may dry up during some seasons, exist only after rains or are adjacent to other waters
Spanish Wines See Profile Rise In U.S.
Long overlooked in the U.S. market behind more developed import segments like Italy and France, the Spanish wine category has been coming into its own of late. Spain's bottled imports to the U.S. rose 8% to 4.3 million cases last year, according to Impact Databank, and the strong progress has continued so far in 2013
Red Carpet Debut for Truett-Hurst's California Square At 65th Annual Emmy Awards' Festivities
The entire line of California Square wines, crafted by winemaker Virginia Marie Lambrix, were featured during the Emmy Awards weekend.
Greek harvest looks promising
Greek winemakers are confident of a good vintage this year with good yields and promising quality - although the harvest is still ongoing in certain areas.
Dearie quits Treasury Wine Estates
David Dearie, CEO of Treasury Wine Estates, has stepped down with immediate effect following a company review.
Bumper Weekend For U.S. Wine Auctions
Auction results suggest the U.S. is developing a greater appetite for fine wines
Healdsburg vintner takes risks
David Ramey may not be a trapeze artist or a tight-rope walker, but he's a risk taker, a bold and audacious one at that
Older vintages ripe for investment, says fund director
Vintage wines and Cognac produced more than a Century ago are undervalued in the fine wine market, according to the director of the Oracle Paradis Wine Fund
Corbett asked to end rumors of link between Pa. liquor privatization, transportation funding
Two legislative leaders are calling on Gov. Tom Corbett to dispel the rumors once and for all that two of his top priorities from the spring are linked as some grand strategy
Excellent year for Arizona wine grape growers
Arizona wine grape grower Kent Callahan and other growers report a great crop this year despite weather challenges
Australia: Grapegrowers applaud Woolies decision to sign Code with them
Wine Grape Growers Australia (WGGA) has applauded the decision by Woolworths to sign up to the Australian Wine Industry Code of Conduct as a commitment to good commercial practices with growers
Erotic Author Moves in On Wine
First came the novel, then casting for the upcoming film. Now the "Fifty Shades of Grey" marketing roller coaster has been extended to include wine, being sold with the tag line "You. Are. Mine."
Man dials '911' over wine emergency after bar serves him glass with bits of cork in it
Officers say a drunk dialed 999 - the U.K.'s 911 - to demand officers intervene at a pub in Manchester's Northern Quarter. His complaint? He wanted a refund on his drink
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