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  Daily News for Tuesday, December 3rd
DtC Expert: Cater Outreach to Winery Customer

Club members deserve more personal communication, wine sales expert says.

Restaurant Performance Index Hit a Four-Month High in October
Same-store sales and customer traffic levels improved; Operators are somewhat more bullish about sales growth and the economy.
Eric Laumann To Join Castle Rock Winery
"His broad experience and passion for wine quality will be huge assets for Castle Rock as we continue our growth."
Drew Roberson Joins The Hess Collection As Central Division Chain Manager
For nearly a decade, he worked as a Chain and National Account Manager for Glazer's Wholesale Distributing in Texas, focusing on club accounts. He also worked at Block Distributing, focused on several leading wine suppliers.
People News Recap from 11/26 - 12/2
Wine industry people on the move from November 26 to December 2
Winery seeks bankruptcy reorganization
Directors of a winery in Shingle Springs hopes to get its affairs in order and continue on after filing for bankruptcy recently in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of California.
Temecula Valley Harvest Report: Fast & Furious Harvest Yields High-Quality Fruit & Positive Outlook for 2013 Wines
Temecula Valley winemakers agree the 2013 harvest began early and ended on a high note.
Give the Gift of Wine Blending
Introducing Billy Dim's Wine Apothecary, your one-stop shop to becoming a stay-at-home vintner.
Commentary: What are the greatest agriculture breakthroughs in history?
Agriculture should factor heavy in the 50 greatest inventions since the wheel
Oregon wine country at center of global land grab
The pace of transactions for Oregon wineries and land in wine country is picking up significantly, and it's being helped along by capital infusion from California, France and Washington state.
DWWA 2014 announces new regional chairs
A host of top names have been announced as new regional chairs for the Decanter World Wine Awards in 2014, including Jasper Morris MW for Burgundy and Richard Juhlin on Champagne.
Farr Vintners co-founder joins Bordeaux Index
Farr Vintners' co-founder Lindsay Hamilton has come out of retirement to join Bordeaux Index as a board director.
Expert Warns of Underage Drinkers Consuming Cooking Wine
Some teens are turning to the grocery store to get drunk, buying cooking wine. Cooking wine is readily available on most Pennsylvania grocery store shelves even though the alcohol-by-volume can be as high as 17 percent.
CyberMonday: Buying wine on line begins at
Wine makes a great holiday gift and in many ways it is easier to buy online than from the store where information and selection is limited.
Rise of Slovenian and Croatian wine: Interview with a wine expert
As Vinocom 2013 opens in Zagreb, this Digital Journalist meets a Slovenian wine expert with an insight into the region's wine potential.
Researchers wine-ing about regional bacteria, fungi
Regional fungi and bacteria may be part of what makes wines unique, researchers recently reported, but some Gainesville wine connoisseurs say the information could detract from the drink's romanticism.
Ca' Momi winery buys Napa vineyards
That includes a 10.5-acre pinot noir vineyard from Napa winemaker Kent Rasmussen, and a neighboring nine-acre vineyard planted with chardonnay, pinot noir and merlot vines.
Washington author Steve Roberts hits the WineTrails again
A lot has changed in the Washington wine industry in the past five years. Nobody knows that better than Steve Roberts, author of the wildly successful "WineTrails of Washington" guidebook
Price Increases, Uptrading Driving Italian Wine's Value Growth
"It's similar to what we're seeing with domestic wine in that people are feeling a bit better economically and are shifting back to premium."
Five Wine Books Worth Noting - Eric Asimov
Five Wine Books Worth Noting
Running up the tab: State Dept. bought $180,000 in liquor before shutdown
While the rest of the government prepared to shut down this fall, the State Department was busy stocking up on embassy liquor supplies.
Cabernet Franc the "future" for Argentina
Cabernet Franc has a greater future in Argentina than Cabernet Sauvignon according to one of the most respected winemakers in the country.
CNN on the Morgan Stanley Report: Is the world running out of wine?
"For all intense purposes for those of us in the West who are consumers, no -- there is not going to be a wine shortage."
French PM to Sell 1,400 Wine Bottles Amid Belt Tightening
The French prime minister's official residence, Matignon, is selling 1,400 bottles of its wine, amid efforts to streamline costs.
Costco's Clever Plan To Sell Both Gas & Liquor In D.C. Results In Death Threats
In Washington, D.C., you can't sell alcoholic beverages and gasoline at the same business. But when Costco came to town, it didn't throw up its hands and do away with one or the other ...
Big liquor's nasty emerging market hangover in China
The thirst for Western luxury goods, including spirits, from the emerging world's middle class, has allowed brands like Rémy Martin, Chivas Regal, and Smirnoff to flourish in these markets.
Wines With Juicy Fruit By Wrigley's Heiress
California's most interesting new terroir has been a movie set, a buffalo grazing spot, a playground for the Hollywood elite and a baseball spring training site.
Elin McCoy: Top 10 Wines From $1,000 Mouton Rothschild to $19 Italian
My 10 most memorable wines, in no particular order, range from a Rhone classic to a reborn California label to a bargain white from a grape few have ever heard of.
Make New Amsterdam Your Town, Ads Proclaim
The brand is New Amsterdam vodka, sold by the New Amsterdam Spirits division of the E. & J. Gallo Winery.
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