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  Daily News for Monday, October 28th
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10/28/13
Tiny Wineries Build an Institution
Meet four of the 48 artisan vintners pouring at the Third Garagiste Festival in Paso Robles.
10/28/13
Wine Spectator's New York Wine Experience welcomes thousands
More than 2,000 wine lovers, winemakers and industry professionals filed into two packed ballrooms at New York's Marriott Marquis in Times Square ...
10/28/13
Sommelier Journal suspends publication
The world of writing has lost one of the best outlets for current, interesting and useful information pertaining to wine.
10/28/13
Washington State Wine Launches "The Recommendeuer" Campaign and iPad App (Press Release)
"Our goal was to reach and educate wine influencers across the country and we believe this app literally has something for everyone. Its tongue-in-cheek humor also does a great job of portraying the personality of our industry. "
10/28/13
Trinity Oaks Announces 10 Million Trees Planted (Press Release)
One Bottle One TreeĀ® Funds the Planting of a Tree for Every Bottle of Trinity Oaks Wine Sold
10/28/13
SVB On Wine: Bra-Burning Feminists Drive Wine Sales
The business world moves in cycles, and if you live long enough you start to see them repeat. Today the popular press is replete with articles hyping the Urban Millennial Myth
10/28/13
Shareholders may sue Treasury Wine over U.S. inventory impairment
The litigation financing firm and Maurice Blackburn, a law firm, said Treasury Wine should have disclosed the impairment much earlier and had misled the market.
10/28/13
TWE Denies Claims Of Wrongdoing Amid Threat Of Lawsuit
"Strongly denies any allegations of wrongdoing."
10/28/13
Chinese Austerity Measures Hit Wine and Spirits Sales
more than 50 percent of China's medium- to large-sized companies have slashed their corporate spending
10/28/13
Global wine production decreases, says Morgan Stanley
According to a recent Morgan Stanley report quoted by news website Business Insider, global wine production has reached its lowest level in 40 years - which hints that in the near future wine supplies may be insufficient to meet demand.
10/28/13
TTB Establishes Four New Viticultural Areas in California
On Wednesday, October 2, 2013, we published three final rules in the Federal Register establishing four new American viticultural areas and modifying one existing viticultural area in California.
10/28/13
New Releases: Downton Abbey Wines Launch Bordeaux Collection
Vintage Red and White Wines Bring the Downton Abbey Experience Home
10/28/13
Diet wine leaves more room for cheese
The growing market for low-calorie vino
10/28/13
The science and magic of wine-making
Watching a cloudy, sweet liquid turn into a clear, alcoholic one - accompanied by the hiccupping of an airlock - is a treat.
10/28/13
Why Cheap Wine Matters
In this excerpt from Jeff Siegel's refreshing new book "The Wine Curmudgeon's Guide to Cheap Wine," he considers the way that wine is marketed like real estate.
10/28/13
The Most Avid US Wine Cities
Wine is the drink of choice in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles, a new survey shows.
10/28/13
Niagara Wine Trail announces 2014 event schedule
The 2014 event schedule for the Niagara Wine Trail, USA is now posted on the trail's website. Tickets for the 2014 events will be on sale in the coming month.
10/28/13
A serious state for American sparkling wine
The state of American sparkling wine continues on the trajectory it has been following: The serious are getting seriouser - while still often remaining an astonishing value - the dry versions are getting drier and more focused, and the sweet wines are getting sweeter and more market-driven.
10/28/13
Car rental deal aims to promote wine country tourism
The new partnership, announced Thursday by nonprofit Washington Wine Country, waives vehicle rental drop-off fees for those who fly into Yakima, Pasco or Walla Walla, rent a Hertz vehicle, then drive it to one of the other two airports to fly home.
10/28/13
Minnesota wine industry continues to grow
It's a distinctive addition to Minnesota commerce, one that contributed $59 million to the state's economy in 2011 alone. The amount of grapes Minnesota grows is increasing, especially since 2006's introduction of the Marquette red variety to the landscape.
10/28/13
Wine Stores Rise Again
Lettie Teague Sees Progress in Red Hook After Superstorm Sandy
10/28/13
MI: Legislator uncorks bill allowing BYOB wine
Restaurant association official says group might be in favor of the measure.
10/28/13
Genentech executive to speak at Impact Solano
Jon Reed, vice president and general manager for biotech giant Genentech in Vacaville - which just recently announced it would add 200 jobs - will be a presenter at the Nov. 8 Impact Solano conference in Fairfield.
10/28/13
Delano farm plagued by repeated grape thefts
Jessie Rodriguez with La Jolla Farming said the thieves have broken into the farm fives time in the past two months.
10/28/13
7-Eleven moves beyond Slurpee to fine wine
Chain targets millennial, up-scale consumers
10/28/13
Creating, protecting wine trademark
Regardless of whether your wine business is large or small, your brand is undoubtedly important to your success. After all, the best chardonnay in California will be less valuable if no one knows who is selling it.
10/28/13
Jancis Robinson MW gives her backing for formal wine education
Jancis Robinson OBE MW has given her backing for structured formal wine education at a special event for Diploma graduates of the Wine & Spirit Education Trust in New York.
10/28/13
Wine industry's inability to understand consumers is "preventing" many from liking wine
The wine industry is "preventing" the average consumer from fully "understanding and liking" wine as it has no idea how to communicate with them, according to Tim Hanni MW speaking at the Digital Wine Communications Conference this weekend.
10/28/13
Small liquor stores in Washington struggle with taxes
A year and change after private liquor sales began in Washington, nearly two dozen mostly small retailers are in danger of losing their licenses for failing to pay the required taxes and fees.
10/28/13
A serious state for American sparkling wine
It's that time of year to start thinking about bubbles, and here's our head start.
10/28/13
Up the Valley: Lord of the Wrongs
When I am not stoking my schadenfreude by deconstructing wedding announcements in the Sunday New York Times, or sharpening my math skills by tallying factual errors in the Napa Register, I often expand my social horizons by reading Paul Franson's NapaLife, a newsletter describing the full spectrum of happenings in the Napa Valley.
10/28/13
Beyond Sauvignon, By Jancis Robinson
'Once, other countries were deeply envious of New Zealand's having an emblematic grape, but now it's decidedly out of fashion'
10/28/13
The State of Fine-Wine Auction Houses: Less Flash, More Fire
The entire wine-auction world seems to be full of good news-at least for the sellers and the auction houses.
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