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05/29/15

A wine grape that's been a staple of harvests on the mid-Atlantic coast and parts of the Midwest is no stranger to Georgia

05/26/15

Fried chicken. Barbecue. Bourbon. You name it, and if it's Southern, you'll find it at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

05/21/15

Treasure Coast winery making inroads

05/19/15

Two winemakers at Breaux Vineyards were hard at work at the serene Purcellville property last winter when in strolled a salesman hoping to capture a new client for his line of corks or pumps or whatever it was. The gentleman walked right up to Ben Comstock, Breaux's assistant winemaker, and began his spiel.

05/19/15

demand has created a problem: a shortage of barrels. Bourbon is typically aged for several years in wooden casks

05/18/15

As Virginia undergoes what many experts in the state consider a winemaking boom, Prince William is still trying to define itself as a player

05/18/15

Virginia's young and fast-growing wine industry is taking a good look at itself - from outer space

05/14/15

Guests share the golden living room, library, bar, and manicured gardens all within view of the vineyard

05/13/15

Virginia Farm Winery Presents World's First Wine and Music Pairing Multimedia Tasting Room Experience

05/13/15

What in the world does biotech have to do with the world of wine? Plenty - if you're in business in Virginia, Total Wine & More co-founder David Trone told a crowd of local business leaders in McLean on Tuesday. "Everything that's going on in bio, in cyber, in medical - that's led to a fertile area for our company," Trone said.

05/13/15

North Carolina's craft beer advocates achieved a significant victory in 2005 when the "Pop the Cap" coalition convinced state legislators to raise the limit on alcohol content for beer and other malt beverages sold in the state from six to 15 percent.

05/13/15

Surry Community College will be offering training classes focused on viticulture, vineyard care, and grape growing. The tuition for this training is free thanks to a grant provided through the Project Skill-­UP program and made possible by the North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission. Training is provided through a partnership with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension

05/12/15

Combined with forestry, agriculture represents the largest segment of Virginia's economy, generating more than $70 billion annually and accounting for nearly 415,000 jobs across the Commonwealth.

05/12/15

Here's a rundown of what is happening

05/12/15

Two bills were signed by West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to assist in the growing beer and tourism industries of the state

05/11/15

Second in an occasional series about the 2015 vintage at Barboursville Vineyards in Virginia

05/08/15

Overall DCWAF has raised more than $10 million in 10 years

05/06/15

All Proceeds Benefit At-Risk and Underprivileged Children

05/06/15

Second consecutive frigid winter proves tough on grapevines producing eastern wine

05/06/15

Growers in California and Florida now have a FMC fungicide available with a new mode of action for disease management in almonds, grapes, strawberries, and tomatoes. FMC's Fracture fungicide, now registered for use in California and Florida, is a new broad spectrum, biological fungicide labeled for the prevention and control of powdery mildew, botrytis, and brown rot blossom blight. The company says Fracture complements synthetic fungicides, expands growers' options, and can help extend the lifespan of other chemistries.

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