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  Daily News for Friday, November 1st
There's no global wine shortage
If you look closely at the Morgan Stanley report, it starts to look less like a dispassionate analysis of supply and demand dynamics in the wine world, and more like an aggressively-argued attempt to put forward one particular investment thesis ...
People: Excelsior Wine Company Appoints Mark Goodrich President
"Our goal is to build on Excelsior Wine Company's leadership role as the single largest importer of South American wines in the U.S."
Sonoma State Offers Wine Trends Seminar with Liza Zimmerman
Panelists speaking will include Nielsen's Mike Colicchio, Full Glass Research's Christian Miller, Wine Business Monthly's Cyril Penn, Wine & Spirits' Luke Sykora and Tasting Panel's Deborah Parker Wong
Eastern Winery Exposition Launches Online Registration for 2014
Anyone who registers by November 1 will receive an additional 5 percent off the Two-Day Conference and Conference plus Workshop passes.
Napa Valley Vintners Invests Deeply in Creating a Healthy Napa County Community (Press Release)
Announcement of first of seven categories of funding from Auction Napa Valley proceeds
French winemaker fined for smuggling illegal pesticides
A winemaker in southern France has narrowly escaped prison after being found guilty of smuggling banned pesticides into the country.
California 2013 vintage set to equal heights of 2012
California is heading for another strong vintage in 2013, according to producers, but some are concerned about tank capacity as the harvest draws to a close.
Wine Consumers Seek Lawmaker ' Attention and Amendments to Massachusetts Wine Shipping Bill
American Wine Consumer Coalition Release: Guide to Wine Shipping in Massachusetts and Urges Passage of Direct Shipping Bill
Sen. Schumer fights to end alcohol mail restrictions
Prohibition-era law prevents U.S. Postal Service from shipping beer, wine and spirits.
U.S. Beer Consumption Increases; Rising Demand for Higher-Priced Offerings (Press Release)
The cost of the 2013 Beer Handbook is $790; handbook with companion CD is $990
What happens if US loses California food production?
What if California suddenly lost its massive agricultural ability to feed the U.S. and the world? What impact would this have on consumer choices and food prices?.
Wine shortage drawing no 'cheers' from vintage lovers
A wine shortfall is blamed on increased demand, bad weather and fewer vineyards.
Rising wine consumption raises shortage fears
Amid reports that rising demand and sluggish supply could produce a global wine shortage, Prav Saraff says he's not sweating the inventory in his wine cellar just yet.
10 charts that show we're running out of wine
Global wine demand has drastically overwhelmed production, which has declined to its lowest level in more than 40 years, according to a recent report from Morgan Stanley analysts Tom Kierath and Crystal Wang.
Is the wine shortage a false alarm?
There is no wine supply apocalypse, but the flow is tightening..
Yes, Virginia: This may be the best wine you've never had
These wines were excellent, but there's a problem. Consumers often are reluctant to try Virginia wines.
Chocolate, Wine Prices On The Rise
Why? Because growing demand in emerging markets and bad weather in major cocoa producing countries is pushing up the cost of key ingredients, CNNMoney reports.
New Wine Tasting App Making It Easier for Winery Owners to Market Their Business Through Social Media
Newly launched wine tasting app, Wine Trail Adventures, is giving wineries a direct connection to their customers.
PA: Local wineries boom as global supply struggles
Local wineries will probably remain unaffected by the shortage while larger producers may see it as an opportunity to start exporting.
Happy Days for Fieldhand-Turned-Winemaker
Felipe Hernandez's Feliz Noche Wines Enjoyed from Santa Ynez to Manhattan
Pernod aims to be world's biggest in 'premium' wine
Pernod Ricard has unveiled a new name for its priority wine brands which is designed to reflect the company's ambitious vinous plans.
Chile shows adventurous approach
Santa Rita Estates is using its new top end Petite Sirah blend Bougainville to highlight the "tremendous" opportunity for Chile to broaden its fine wine perspective.
AB InBev/SAB Miller merger on the cards?
US business journals are rife with speculation that AB InBev and SAB Miller may resume merger talks worth US$100 billion.
BC merlot defies expectations
I waited skeptically for the reds, whose grapes generally demand longer hang time in autumn to achieve adequate ripeness. And now, following a long rest in barrel and bottle, the field looks so much better than anticipated, especially in the case of merlot, the Okanagan's flagship red variety.
Wine Shortages Coming? Look to Canada
Now would be a good time to pick up that special bottle of French Bordeaux wine that you had on your list - and a couple of extra for the wine cellar. Morgan Stanley Research has just released a report that projects a global shortage in wine production.
Continuum Winery combines tradition with innovation
"We're sitting on top of the world."
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