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Virginia's First Organic Winery Opens in North Garden
Loving Cup Vineyard and Winery, Virginia's first organic vineyard, opened this month in North Garden under the hand of Karl Hambsch and Deena Morris Hambsch. The vineyard has four acres of vines under cultivation on the 150-acre Hambsch family farm and is growing three varieties of white grapes and two types of reds.
Virginia's First Organic Winery Opens in North Garden
"I asked a lot of questions and I had good people around who tolerated me. They were generous to me and very candid. To learn, you need to find someone who knows what he is doing and be a sponge."
NC-grown WoodMill Winery goes global with first shipment to China
The first overseas shipment of North Carolina muscadine wine from WoodMill Winery is on its way around the globe, according to a spotlight story published Sunday by the Gaston Gazette
KY: Bill allowing Sunday wine sales statewide awaits governor's signature
A bill that passed the Kentucky General Assembly would allow wineries statewide to sell alcohol on Sundays. Some Kentucky counties and cities already allow alcohol sales on Sundays, but the bill opens the door for cities of all sizes to pass an ordinance or hold a precinct vote to allow wineries to sell wine after 1 p.m.
Virginia Wineries Concerned About Grape Shortage
So far, Furrow-Scott says the cold winter has set it up to be a particularly good year for vineyards, but it can all change if we see a lot of frost in April.
NC: Vineyard opens in Pilot Mountain
JW Ray brings an entrepreneurial spirit to the newest winery in the Yadkin Valley. Ray and his wife, Kristen, are the owners of JOLO Vineyards in Pilot Mountain, which has its grand opening Saturday. Ray, 45, is also an owner of, an educational website, and Backlog Capital, a venture debt fund.
Bar in a Winnebago? Bartender wants to launch The Floating Cocktail in downtown Huntsville
"My vision is to have a small trolley or old-school Winnebago type vehicle that would be gutted out for a mini bar and attached would be seats where club goers or people visiting the area could get from point A to point B."
Virginia wineries struggle with grape shortage
The Virginia wine industry is booming, but Virginia wineries are struggling to find enough Virginia grown grapes to meet demand. It's driving up the cost of your glass of vino. You could say Virginia wine has reached its time. Demand has popped the cork, but the amount of grapes being grown isn't keeping up.
Beer vs. Wine Throwdown: A Fight to the Finish at a Virginia TJ's
For this first-of-its-kind-in-Richmond event, beer is the underdog, since wine has the reputation and track record for fine food pairings. Beer, however, is gaining strength and credibility as a worthy opponent.
Liquor giant sues over Tennessee's storage law
Diageo Americas, the owner of Tullahoma, Tenn.-based George Dickel whiskey, has sued the state of Tennessee over a nearly 80-year-old law requiring distillers to store their alcohol within the state's borders
Maryland: Opinion Issued On DLC's Wholesale Vs. Retail Status
the Worcester's Department of Liquor Control (DLC) can be defined at times as a wholesaler and at other times as a retailer, but the implications on an ever-changing liquor distribution landscape in the county remain uncertain
Could the Cape Fear Region Become the Beer and Wine Country of the South?
It's the thirty-second annual Business Week at UNCW's Cameron School of Business--meaning dozens of prominent alumni and executives have descended upon the Port City, to share their knowledge of marketing, entrepreneurship and information technology. Each year, programming is tailored to reflect Cape Fear-specific business trends. And today's trajectories point to "worthy cause marketing" and a rise in regional craft breweries and wine startups.
Mozart and malbec: Vineyard pairs wine with music
The tasting room at Stephen and Shannon Mackey's Loudoun County vineyard is every bit as quaint and cozy as one would expect to find at a local family-run winery
NC: All signs point to controversy in beer and wine sale debate
In the debate over the county-wide sale of beer and wine, a sign in Elizabethtown is causing controversy.
Duke gives $250,000 for brewery and winery training at BRCC
Duke Energy awarded $249,867 to and Blue Ridge Community College to help train new and current workers in the growing brewery, winery and cider-making industry in Henderson and Transylvania counties.
Tennessee governor signs wine in grocery stores bill, so what's next?
The supermarket chain Kroger said it is encouraged by Thursday's developments, but it admits more work is left to be done. The company said it is working with other grocery chains to come up with a strategy that will drum up support for the wine issue across Tennessee
South Carolina considers ending ban on Election Day alcohol sales
Now, the South Carolina House Judiciary Committee has given its preliminary approval to a bill that would allow alcohol sales on Election Day.
Bottoms Up: The Liquor & Wine Business in South Florida
South Florida may not have the valleys and vineyards of Napa Valley nor the hollows and oak barrels of Kentucky but the wine and liquor industry is here in its own unique way. Think mango wine not chardonnay, rum not bourbon and you've got the idea.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam Expected To Sign Wine-In-Grocery Bill
The governor's office has the signing ceremony set for just after 11am Thursday morning
Over 1,500 Attend 3rd Annual Eastern Winery Exposition
The third annual Eastern Winery Exposition (EWE) concluded its three-day conference and wine industry exposition with another successful show at over 1,500 total attendance (over 1,000 attendees and 500 exhibitor staff). EWE featured a sold-out trade show with 249 booth spaces with 179 exhibiting companies.
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