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04/27/15

Drivers in the D.C. area may have their breath checked for alcohol consumption without even knowing it

04/24/15

Tony Parnigoni remembers standing on the hillside of his Verona property, surveying the overgrown farmland and imagining his winery and vineyards taking shape.

04/23/15

Legislation that would allow Pennsylvanians to purchase wine directly from wineries in or out of state passed a committee Wednesday on its way to the full House.

04/22/15

Recently registered for use in California and Florida, Fracture fungicide from FMC is a new broad spectrum, biological fungicide, which is labeled for the prevention and control of powdery mildew, botrytis and brown rot blossom blight.

04/22/15

Authorities recover more than $100,000 in stolen bourbon

04/22/15

The shake-up of law enforcement leadership at ABC on Monday carries out an executive order Gov. Terry McAuliffe issued on March 25 to require the law enforcement bureau to report directly to the chief operating officer, who runs the lucrative state liquor monopoly

04/21/15

"What I'm eyeing are those cotton acres on the water-rich right side of the map-the Mississippi Delta states Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, and Louisiana, along with the Carolinas, Alabama, and Georgia to the east."

04/21/15

In a meeting Friday, ethics commissioners voted unanimously that no probable cause could be found to substantiate charges against Higginbotham in a complaint filed by Joe Keel, owner of Keel and Curley Winery. The commission also cleared Ray Young, a former member of the city-county Planning Commission, of ethical violations alleged by Keel.

04/20/15

The art of celebrating eludes so many of us these days.

04/20/15

None of the use-of-force complaints involves the first incident that brought attention to ABC's police tactics

04/17/15

Bills under consideration in the state General Assembly would make it easier for North Carolina makers of beer, cider and liquor to sell their products directly to the people who drink them.

04/17/15

This year, the WSWA con was held at the JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes

04/16/15

If ever there was a time for opponents of the "whiskey and Wheaties" bill to drop the mic, as it were, that moment came Wednesday

04/16/15

Legal fees billed to Anne Arundel County's Board of License Commissioners will more than double to $120,000 this year as the county sees spikes in litigation over contested liquor licenses

04/13/15

Adapted from my keynote address Thursday at the Monticello Cup awards ceremony in Charlottesville, part of the 2015 Monticello Wine Trail Festival.

04/10/15

Earn the credential for California wine in three fast-paced days

04/10/15

Addison Farms Vineyard, about a 15-minute ride from downtown Asheville, released its first wines in 2012 and is looking for a big 2015 season. Much of its wine is sold at the tasting room, though it has some restaurant and store accounts around Asheville, said Jeff Frisbee, who runs the winery with his wife Dianne and his parents, Eddie and Maleada.

04/09/15

Just accomplished our first bottling, 500 cases! Still waiting on TTB for label approval

04/08/15

Texas-based craft spirits producer Zodiac Spirits, LLC has announced the first phase of its national rollout for Zodiac Vodka. Beginning this month, the premium gluten-free potato vodka will be distributed in California, Florida, Tennessee and South Carolina.

04/08/15

Sen. Arthur Orr, R-Decatur, is sponsor of the bill, which would phase out the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board's retail operations by Oct. 1, 2016.

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