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  Daily News for Friday, January 24th
Growth In Direct Winery Shipments Far Outpace Retail Wine Sales in 2013
Annual Wine Shipping Report from ShipCompliant and Wines & Vines Shows First Ever Decrease in Average Price Per Bottle Shipped but increase in total Sales to a record $1.57 Billion
90% of States Open to Wine Shipping
Montana and Arkansas join states accepting direct-to-consumer shipments from out-of-state wineries
WBM's Popular Varietal Focus Series Comes to Life At WiVi Central Coast Symposium and Tradeshow
Taste nine Grenache wines and discuss them with the winemakers who made them.
Eastern Winery Exposition Exhibit hall sells out for first time
Attendee Pre-registration is also 34% ahead of last year
Boehner backs GOP bill to send water from delta to farms
House Speaker John Boehner stood in a bare dirt field near Bakersfield to declare his support for taking more water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta and sending it to the parched farms of the Central Valley
Napa: Technology helps cut water usage in vineyards
The specter of a drought more devastating than one recalled in the mid-1970s served as fodder for numerous presentations and discussions at a one-day viticultural conference in Napa on Tuesday
Inside St. Helena: Petition drive targets small winery ordinance
Opponents want voters to decide on new regulations
Indiana-based farm wineries could sell their products directly to retailers and dealers under a bill debated Wednesday in the House Public Policy Committee
House Bill 1387 would allow wineries to distribute up to 5,000 gallons of wine to grocery stores, restaurants, bars and other establishments.
Eric Asimov on Savennières: "The Thinking Person's White Wine"
"I will concede it's not particularly likable. That is to say, it's not an easygoing, friendly sort of wine. It requires a commitment ... "
Wisconsin wineries are lobbying for a bill that allows minors to tour their establishments without a parent present
The Wisconsin Winery Association says if kids see something they're interested in for a future profession that's a plus because the growing industry needs employees
Trinchero sets up UK distribution business
California's fourth-largest winery has ended a decade-long supply deal with PLB to set up its own UK distribution business
People: Fidelitas Winery Appoints Jess Zander General Manager
Zander joined Fidelitas in May 2008 as wine club manager. In August 2009, she assumed responsibility for marketing programs as well ...
Small-Batch Distilleries Ride The Craft Liquor Wave (NPR)
despite the challenges, craft distillers are still popping up all over
Chickens Become Vineyard Workers
Winemaker employs feathered friends to take care of his vineyard
Where to Get Wind on a Beer Day: Lettie Teague on the Super Bowl challenge facing restaurants and wine shops
here are probably more than a few football fans-and maybe even some players-who might appreciate a bottle of a well-aged Burgundy or Bordeaux
Trader Joe's ex-president to open store selling expired food in Dorchester, Mass
In May, he's launching The Daily Table, a grocery store and restaurant in Dorchester, Mass., that will offer inexpensive food considered 'unsellable' by regular grocery stores.
For Liquor Makers, Cheer Dries Up in China
Liquor Companies Reeling From a Gift Crackdown Likely Won't See Relief Soon
Naples Winter Wine Festival: Drinking wine for a good cause
"In its 14th year, it's the most successful charity wine auction in the world, with the proceeds going to under-privileged and at-risk children in Collier County, Fla. Since 2001, the festival has raised over $110 million"
Dine and dasher found dead
He was an unrepentant gastronomic freeloader, from lobster right up to the after-dinner brandy, always enjoying the bounty to the fullest
Western Australian winemakers confident, despite decline in exports
"Our industry wants to double its exports in the next three years to capitalise on the growth in China and also re-establish itself in our key importing nations like the United Kingdom and the United States."
Hard-Won Burgundy: A series of record-low harvests means France's most highly prized wine will be rarer-and more expensive-than ever
For those who can't get their hands on any 2012, I would look to the back vintages of 2007 and 2008, both of which are available and are lovely to drink now
Tennessee supermarket wine bill up for key votes next week
The full Senate is scheduled to vote next week on a proposal to allow wine to be sold in Tennessee supermarkets
The Battle to Save Sherry
Authors Peter Liem and Jesús Barquín say sherry is struggling not just for recognition, but for "sheer survival."
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