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03/06/15

Bound for decades by rules requiring malt beverages to be sold mainly by the case or keg, Pennsylvania beer distributors could soon be able to sell 12-packs.

03/06/15

The developer, DeWayne Zinkin, has hinted at other possible tenants: a pet supplier, clothing and shoe stores, an upscale grocery store and a high-end liquor and wine business.

03/06/15

Exchange program aims to make winemaking an attractive career to Rhône teenagers.

03/06/15

Raging fires have ripped through Cape vineyards, leaving winemakers worried about the rest of the harvest.

03/06/15

Beverage lawyer Lindsey Zahn looks at the reasoning - or lack of it - behind some of wine's odder laws.

03/06/15

The longtime Los Angeles photographer and grandson of MGM production head J.J. Cohn, talks about his sought-after Scarecrow label, which he owns with his wife, Mimi DiBlasio.

03/06/15

Between the work stoppages at West Coast ports and the strong dollar, export businesses in California and across the country have had a tough few months. But for some, the biggest sucker punch has come from China.

03/06/15

An official with the Marin County Department of Agriculture found a glassy-winged sharpshooter last Thursday while inspecting a shipment from a nursery in Ventura County, according to county officials.

03/06/15

The craft beverage business in Buffalo is making a resurgence after decades but standing in the way of increased growth is a "Use Tax" imposed by New York State on samples given out for promotion.

03/06/15

April 9-11 | Charlottesville, VA Three days of celebrating the best of Central Virginia Wines Tickets on sale now!

03/06/15

Paso Robles' Villa San-Juliette Vineyard & Winery recently announced Steve Howard as senior vice president of sales.

03/06/15

Ca' Momi announced today that Jonny Tindall has joined the company as the director of culinary operations, where he will oversee the Ca' Momi food and beverage service operations for the new osteria, the enoteca at the Oxbow Public Market, as well as the company's commissary kitchen, catering operations and special events.

03/06/15

Sixty fourth-grade students from Vichy traveled to Clos Du Val winery in Napa on Feb. 19 for the first of several visits they'll be making during the growing season.

03/06/15

People new to grape growing or considering planting a commercial vineyard are encouraged to attend the Prospective Winegrower Workshop March 20 at the T.V. Munson Viticulture and Enology Center, 9356 Grayson Drive, Denison.

03/06/15

February might have been the worst month on record in terms of weather for many parts of the country, but results for restaurants were far from dreadful, as the industry posted its eighth consecutive month of positive same-store sales growth.

03/06/15

Wildfires near to Cape Town have threatened to engulf some of South Africa's oldest vineyards, forcing winery owners and staff to sacrifice sleep to protect their estates.

03/06/15

In each visit, the investigator asked for foie gras and was told he could have it for free along with the restaurant's "tasting menu," a sampling of entrees that is currently listed at $80 to $98, plus wine charges

03/06/15

Each year the California State Fair Winery Advisory Task Force puts forth recommendations and selects an honoree

03/06/15

Scheduled to take advantage of a quieter time of year when community residents can spend relaxed time with some of the area's most talented winemakers, Morning in the Winery is a casual, open-house-style event that is complimentary for Napa County residents, with no RSVP required.

03/06/15

With this expansion, the following neighborhoods can now use Drizly to get their favorite beer, wine and spirits in 20-40 minutes, all for the same price that they pay in stores

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