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Looking forward to your international winery listing. Good luck in your search.

I needed the luck, becuse this info was surprisingly hard to find. Most online wine resources write as though buying bottles or futures is the only way to invest in wine! Well, actually, there are a few "wine business" type sites, but I only found one with a listing of international stocks (I also found a better list of U.S. wine stocks than the one at Yahoo, so I've included that below as well).

International Wine Stocks:

Not sure how complete the international listing is - it seems to only have a selection.

U.S. Traded Stocks (This appears to be a more complete listing than the one from Yahoo!):

There are reports on recent trends in U.S. wine stocks in the July Wine Business Monthly:


Regularly updated industry news can be found at:

The above site collects relevant articles from newspapers and magazines. Also has wine-related links.

If anyone is interested in listings of informational resources for the wine business outside of the U.S., I have found a number of online journals and magazines for various international winemaking regions:

Australia and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal:
Wine of Australia:
Bulgarian Wine Guild:
Burgandy Today:
Canadian Wines, Wineries, Vineyards and Canadian Wine Regions:
German Wine:
Greek Wine:
New Zealand Wine Club:
South African Wine News:
Internet Guide to Wines of Spain:

Note that the above listings include only sites published in English. I only listed sites that appeared to be informational, rather than purely commercial. A lot of the information on these sites relates to the wines themselves rather than the wine business, but information about the products is important -- and it's always fun to learn more about wines!

*Whew!* Totally exhausted from my travels through the virtual vineyards. Time to reward myself with a nice Aussie Shiraz... ;^>

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