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  Daily News for Thursday, October 24th
Trade Deal May Pressure Canadian Vintners
Once ratified, free trade deal will pit Canadian wineries head to head against Europe's
Australia's Wine industry emerges from slump with post-GFC highs for exports
In response to the high dollar and cheap foreign wines from Europe and South America, Wine Australia told wine producers to move towards premium top-notch wines that could compete internationally
Reporting systems to blame for writedown, TWE
Treasury Wine Estates chairman, Paul Rayner has sighted poor reporting systems as a key factor in the company's decision to write-down $154.3m in inventory.
Three arrested in wine investment scam
Three people have been arrested by UK police for allegedly selling fictitious wine through a fake wine investment company, Worldwide Wine Investments.
New Releases: The New 'Valley of the Moon' Wines to Hit Shelves This Month
The Historic Winery's New Owner, Dan Zepponi, Hits the Road in Support of his Labor of Love
San Joaquin County supervisors unable to reach decision on small winery
With one county supervisor absent from Tuesday's meeting, the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors was unable to decide whether to grant a Lodi woman permission to open a small winery.
Napa: Council postpones vote on small winery rules
The St. Helena City Council is one step closer to loosening restrictions on small agriculturally-zoned wineries.
About Time! Barolo Traditionalists Speak Up!
" ... something has happened following a rather controversial post, something which I think represents a pretty important change and ought to be noted."
Sonoma State is Only University to Take Home Multiple Awards at NACRA Conference with Wine Industry Cases
This past weekend, Sonoma State University made a huge impact at the North American Case Research Association Conference in Victoria, British Columbia. Two of the top awards were won by a faculty team and a team of two recent MBA graduates, making Sonoma State the only university to win multiple awards at this conference.
Zepponi & Company Advises on Anderson Valley Vineyard Sale
Craig and Kathryn Walt Hall, owners of WALT and HALL wines announced the purchase of the Anderson Creek vineyard, located in the Anderson Valley AVA.
Music-wine pairing explored at Francis Ford Coppola Winery
Francis Ford Coppola Winery has introduced a program called "Wine, Whim & Song."
RMW introduces tours in Mandarin
Robert Mondavi Winery has introduced a special winery tour presented in Mandarin Chinese. Offered Fridays and Saturdays at 10:30 a.m., the 75-minute circuit of the winery follows the path of the grape to completion as a finished wine.
Longtime Yakima Valley winemaker set to retire
For the first time since 1952, Otis Harlan will be out of the wine business.
Nuking Your Pinot Noir
Recent trials at the University of Tasmania involved heating Pinot Noir grapes in a home microwave to explore the benefits of consistent heating before fermentation.
Vranken Pommery Monopole sees Champagne sales rise
Vranken Pommery Monopole has struck a more upbeat tone than some of its rivals after seeing Champagne sales rebound in the third quarter of its financial year.
Domaine Faiveley agrees rare deal in Gevrey-Chambertin
The deal will hand Domaine Faiveley a further 20 hectares of vines in Gevrey-Chambertin, on top of the 10ha it has owned there since 1934. The group has agreed to buy a long-term lease on the vines, as well as rights to manage the vineyard.
Chinese court freezes Castel asset in China
A Chinese Court has decided to freeze the assets of Castel and seal its 13 registered trademarks in China following continued infringements.
The Best Restaurants For Wine In The US
Under the guidance of top sommeliers, these 100 restaurants tout incredible, curated wine lists that feature top wines from around the world.
The World's Vintners Will Soon Struggle To Quench China's Rapidly Growing Thirst For Wine
After peaking in 2004, global wine production is now at its lowest level in 40 years, according to a new Morgan Stanley report.
INFOGRAPHIC: Let's Settle that Beer vs. Wine Debate ... Kind of
Perhaps the argument is a bit dated; but in truth, who doesn't love a good beer VS wine debate?
Chicago's world-class status takes a hit on the wine front
Open Table diners have spoken. Or critiqued, more precisely. And they don't have good news for all those Chicagoans who loudly insist their city is a world-class metropolis.
The Science of Selling Wine
However, studies led by Prof. Miguel Gomez, applied economics and management, have shown that aromas and years are not the only aspects that drive consumerism of wine.
Climate change boosts wine production in Vermont
While no one wants to promote climate change, a group of Vermont winemakers can thank the state's rising temperatures for an economic boost. They have been able to add warmer-weather varieties, like pinot noir, to their selection.
2013 HARVEST: High Yields and Excellent Fruit Quality Bode Well for Lovers of Dry Creek Valley Wines
The region's winegrape growers are wrapping up a slightly early harvest that, on average, yielded even higher quantities than the stellar 2012 vintage.
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