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  Daily News for Friday, October 18th
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10/18/13
Chenin Blanc Petite Sirah Conference to Highlight Many New Research, Marketing and Grower Developments
Covering Chenin Blanc and Petite Sirah from the vineyard, to the market, to the consumer is the broad range of the first annual Chenin Blanc Petite Sirah Conference at the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, November 14-15.
10/18/13
Vinexpo cancels Beijing fair
Vinexpo is cancelling its first ever wine fair in Mainland China, which was due to take place in Beijing on 2-3 June 2014.
10/18/13
Monterey Growers Praise Harvest, Plead for Rain
More wineries from outside county using Monterey designation on labels
10/18/13
State wines hold their own at Wine & Spirits tasting
With more than 100 wines, there is not only a lot to try but much one can learn.
10/18/13
This Guy's App Uses Anti-Terrorist Technology To Make Wine More Enjoyable
Formerly of prominent defense contractor Palantir Technologies, Fishman is using the same data integration technologies the government uses to track and capture bad guys, except he's using them to help people find their new favorite wines.
10/18/13
Napa's 'less is more' Pinot Noirs
Following a recent St. Helena Star and Napa Valley Vintners Tasting Panel review of 21 Pinot Noirs from the 2009 to 2012 vintages, numerous panelists noted a desire to see more Pinot Noirs with less: less extraction, less alcohol, less oak-influenced flavours.
10/18/13
France's Wine Stocks Reach 12-Year Low After 2012 Harvest Slide
France's stocks of wine fell to the lowest in at least 12 years after the country's production plunged 19 percent last year, crop office FranceAgriMer said.
10/18/13
Making Sense of Wine Scents
There are more than 1,000 different aroma molecules in wine and yet, outside the rarefied world of professional wine tasting, I suspect most drinkers can only detect a handful.
10/18/13
The Secret Life of the Female Wine Drinker
A few glasses of wine each night may be too many.
10/18/13
Idaho: Bad year for vintners, good year for Treasure Valley wine
A tough year shouldn't affect the growth of Idaho's budding wine industry.
10/18/13
Indiana Wine Trail celebrates six years
The Indiana Wine Trail consists of six wineries-Thomas Family Winery, Lanthier Winery, Madison Vineyards, Ertel Cellars, Stream Cliff Farm Winery and The Ridge Winery- who have joined together to create a fun wine trail along and around the beautiful Ohio River Scenic Byway.
10/18/13
Pennsylvania Wines Launches New Brand, Mobile Site
New Consumer Marketing Initiative Debuts During Pennsylvania Wine Month
10/18/13
RABOBANK REPORT: Global Wine Industry Q3 2013
Innovation and Market Diversification Needed to Drive Argentine Growth
10/18/13
Italian Authorities Expand Barolo's Most Famous Vineyard
A state council rules wines can be labeled Cannubi, even if they come from neighboring parcels
10/18/13
Unique Wine Labeling Uses Color Swatches to Break Down Flavor
The unique labeling serves as a visual representation of the wine's tasting notes, offering a guide to the flavors and aromas found in the bottle. Together, these color bars make up what the company calls a "Flavor Palette" that is unique to each variety of wine.
10/18/13
Hong Kong wine charge increases Berry Bros losses
Berry Bros & Rudd's managing director has said the merchant's wine business 'remains pretty healthy', despite contributing to the firm's slide into the red during its last fiscal year.
10/18/13
Gains and losses among Texas wineries
This past weekend saw the closing of Retreat Hill Winery near White Hall, Texas. Billy Cox served his last customer, Helen Nix, at 5:19 p.m. Sunday. Another Texas winemaker, Eric Love with Texas Star Winery near Richards is winding down his winery operations.
10/18/13
Michigan consumers can now buy wine through Amazon
The Seattle-based e-commerce website on Thursday announced that its wine store is open to Michigan customers. It also now includes offerings from Michigan wineries, a move that can help them expand their sales into more states.
10/18/13
Niagara: That's Amarone
After years of testing, the Foreign Affair Winery produced its first appasimento wines six years ago. The Crispinos took their love of Amarone and applied the technique to locally grown grapes.
10/18/13
Harry & David introduces new signature wines for 2013
Every ounce of Harry & David wine originates from Oregon, a state that has developed a great reputation in the wine community for its ability to produce magnificent grapes.
10/18/13
Coravin Announces International Availability of Its Popular Wine Access System
Coravin, LLC announced today that it has begun accepting orders on its website (www.coravin.com) from customers in a variety of international markets in Asia, Europe and South America.
10/18/13
Open for business: Shutdown's over. It's back to work ... gradually
Backlogged booze: The same issue could slow down the beer and wine industry as the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau races to catch up on a backlog of labeling permit requests.
10/18/13
Kelowna selected as host city for unique wine retreat
The first-ever Peter Lehmann Wines Mentor Award is aimed at bringing together industry professionals and wine enthusiasts with an opportunity for up-and-coming Canadian oenophiles to grow and share their knowledge.
10/18/13
Ontario first to seek compensation for yet-to-be announced EU-Canada trade deal
The Ontario government is warning the federal government it will be seeking compensation on some sectors that will be adversely impacted by the new Canada-European trade agreement being unveiled Friday.
10/18/13
Where is one-fifth of the world's fresh water hiding?
The mad scramble for water can be felt everywhere - almost. Hidden in plain sight lies a liquid Shangri-La - the oldest, deepest, and most voluminous lake on Earth - Baikal.
10/18/13
TPG Co-founder Bill Price Makes Great Wine You Can't Buy
Asked to estimate the worth of his wine holdings, Price will only say "in the hundreds of millions."
10/18/13
Amazon Now Ships to 20 states
Amazon relaunched its wine marketplace 11 months ago
10/18/13
WA: Liquor thieves selling booze to restaurants, on the streets
When liquor sales went private in Washington, thieves saw an easy target. Since then, police say stores like Safeway, QFC and Target have been hit especially hard.
10/18/13
NY Crop Harvest Update, Veraison to Harvest #8 posted.
This week we focus on the key role that mechanical crop thinning has played in helping growers meet processors' brix standards for ripeness.
10/18/13
TPG Co-founder Bill Price Makes Great Wine You Can't Buy
Today he controls seven wine brands and five vineyards, but for a player of his stature he is almost invisible to outsiders.
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