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11/26/14

The national Wine Tourism Conference will make its East Coast debut in Leesburg in 2015

11/26/14

A Muscadine winery has begun construction in North Myrtle Beach. The 15,000 square-foot facility is located adjacent to Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, according to Duplin Winery website

11/26/14

A new batch of bills from Montgomery County legislators could legalize the sale of refillable wine growlers, repeal a ban on businesses having more than two pinball machines and create a board to review utility company disputes

11/24/14

Kevin Campbell's award-winning wine, Harmony Vineyards' 2012 Merlot, wasn't produced at a winery he owns

11/20/14

Piedmont Virginia Community College names viticulture program for Patricia Kluge & Bill Moses as it strips name from sciences building

11/19/14

The biodynamically farmed wines of Hawk and Horse Vineyards are now represented in four new markets: in Texas by New Vintage Wines; in Florida by Wines By Sophie; in Maine by Tannery Street Wine Company; in Colorado by European Wines & Spirits.

11/18/14

It is, in fact, possible to bring wine to a restaurant and not get charged a fee?

11/17/14

"They tell me if you eat enough of them it'll make you pretty," John Ward joked. "And I'm only a boxcar load behind."

11/17/14

A Kentucky judge has ordered the state to approve the sale of a small distributor to Anheuser-Busch in a decision that could lead to legislative fight when the General Assembly returns in January

11/17/14

Virginia consumers are about to get a taste of higher liquor prices to help the state balance its budget and run its monopoly on distilled spirits more efficiently.

11/14/14

SeaBreeze owner Lynn Webb recently announced plans to retire and close the county's only winery at the end of the year, but she said the reality of the decision still hasn't sunk in.

11/14/14

an annual festival of fine food, premium wines, and artisan beers, kicks off tonight in Naples with several events each night running through Sunday

11/14/14

When Old Westminster Winery reopens for tours and tastings next year, the winery will welcome visitors with a new tasting room

11/13/14

The CWW visited Nelson County four years ago in 2010 and reached out once again to the Virginia Wine Board Marketing Office to return to the flourishing wine country

11/12/14

A growing number of French winemakers are setting up shop in the hills of Virginia, where former president and Francophile Thomas Jefferson struggled to produce grapes two centuries ago. Duration: 02:13

11/10/14

Voters overwhelmingly supported the referendum in 78 cities and counties this week, prompting grocery stores to hit the ground running to figure out what they'll stock and how

11/10/14

Fans of Maryland and Virginia wines have reason to cheer this year's harvest. The 2014 vintage promises wines of good quality that will showcase how vintners have learned to express the terroir of the Mid-Atlantic region

11/07/14

According to SCC enology instructor David Bower, the symposium continues to grow and he estimated 50 more participants at future events would cause organizers to look for a larger venue than the Shelton-Badgett Center for Enology and Viticulture. Bower said the event continues to change to meet the needs of participants. One example of this was the breakout sessions which followed the luncheon in three areas, marketing, viticulture and enology.

11/06/14

The final vote in the citywide referendum was 14,826, or 72.33 percent of voters advocating for wine sales in grocery stores, to 5,671, or 27.67 percent against.

11/06/14

The city was among several Middle Tennessee municipalities approving a referendum that would allow wine to be sold in supermarkets, convenience stores and big-box retailers, a measure that will go into effect beginning July 1, 2016.

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