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  Daily News for Wednesday, September 25th
Sizable 2013 winegrape crop moderates pricing

Bulk wine pushes imports to half of sales

North Coast vintners, growers bullish on future
North Coast wineries and grape growers are bullish on the future following a strong harvest in 2012 and an improving economy that has given Americans more time and money to spend on wine.
SLO County investigating reports of illegal vineyard plantings
County code enforcement officials are investigating 12 possible violations of a new emergency ordinance prohibiting the planting of any new vineyards that would increase water demand in the declining Paso Robles groundwater basin.
How One New York VC Is Tipsy On Californian Sauvignon Blanc
The founder of the Napa based Uproot Wine is using his knowledge of online technology, particularly social media, to develop a northern Californian direct sales wine company that focuses on the consumer experience.
Stags Leap District's Legendary Vintners Collaborate on the Release of the Coveted Appellation Collection
Stags Leap District 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon Celebrates Appellations' 'Sense of Place'
Mettler Family Vineyards Opens Lodi Tasting Room
Multi-generational business has proud past, eye on future
Factors combine to help NZ Pinot Noir come of age
A combination of vine age, clonal selection and collaboration have all helped New Zealand Pinot Noir to come of age, writes Rupert Millar.
Man calls police over corked wine
The man phoned the police emergency number claiming that staff at the bar he was at in the city were refusing to give him a refund and that he wanted police to settle the dispute.
'Fifty Shades of Grey' author to release novel-themed wine
The author of "Fifty Shades of Grey" wants you to drink like Anastasia and Christian.
Most expensive wine on display in Miami
A rare bottle of wine is showing up here in South Florida, and it's only for those with an expensive taste for life.
Treasury Wine Estates CEO ousted after $33 million wine dump
Treasury Wine Estates CEO David Dearie was ousted Monday following his decision to destroy about $33 million in unsold wine that was past its prime.
A Training Ground for Tomorrow's Top Sommeliers
Florida International University's hospitality school opens a cutting-edge facility for restaurant management students.
Celebrity chef Michael Voltaggio to help fans savor the Central Coast this weekend
Celebrity chef Michael Voltaggio knows a thing or two about sibling rivalry.
Wines winning over the Garden State
This week, Sept. 20 to 29, has officially been declared New Jersey Wine Week
Vintner boasts $168K bottle of wine
If you don't mind cheap wine, you could probably buy about 20,000 bottles of it before you could buy one bottle of this.
Coravin could revolutionize the world of wines by the glass
The device looks like something a doctor might stick in your ear to take your temperature. Yet it is the sommelier's new favorite toy. It's called Coravin, and it could revolutionize wine by-the-glass service in restaurants - at least for the big-spending crowd
EU Mulls End Of All Restrictions On Moldovan Wine Imports
... the measure is meant to help Moldovan wine producers who are facing a difficult time in the wake of a new Russian ban on Moldovan wine imports.
Tiare Technology Appoints Master Sommelier Jonathan Pullis as Chief Wine Officer
Certified Master Sommelier Will Bring Wine and Service Expertise to Tiare Technology's Customers Using its Wireless WineList System
Syracuse native (CBA grad) opens Finger Lakes' newest winery
A barnstormer was one of those early aviation pioneers who used to fly across the country, stopping in farmers' fields along the way.
Warren G's Allure Promotional Program Moves National via Social Media, Print and Radio (Press Release)
Hip Hop Artist Warren G's promotional program announcement, focusing on Allure Moscatos, created social media excitement ...
VineNotes: Data-capture best practices boost direct-to-consumer wine sales
According to a report by Wines & Vines and ShipCompliant, U.S. wineries shipped 3.18 million cases directly to consumers in 2012. Of that volume, direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales have grown by 12 percent annually, almost three times faster than total industry sales.
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