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06/24/16

Bringing On-demand Alcohol Delivery to Franklin and Nashville Residents

06/20/16

After an extended period of quiescent weather in California, an unusually amplified atmospheric pattern will bring a potentially prolonged period of very hot conditions to a large portion of the American Southwest.

06/20/16

The Mid-Atlantic is still defining itself as a wine region. When we think of Virginia and Maryland, we savor the cabernet franc, salivate over petit verdot and nod in appreciation over the Bordeaux blends. White wines offer lush viognier, crisp and racy albariño and tropical petit manseng. But when we visit local wineries, we should not pass up these experimental wines. They may be the winemaker's diversion, but they may also be unique and delicious ...

06/20/16

The Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission announced on Monday that in less than a week, it has delivered retail food store licenses to over 50% of grocery stores in the state applying to sell wine by July 1st.

06/17/16

The superstore chain, which includes the membership-based bulk shopping outlet Sam's Club, has been cleared to begin selling wine at 120 statewide stores after receiving its retail food store license from the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission.

06/17/16

"It's some sort of grand solution searching for a problem to fix," said Ray Caddell, of the popular wedding band Big Ray and the Kool Kats.

06/17/16

State's largest retailer to offer wide variety of favorite wines

06/16/16

Vermentino is a perfect match for seafood, and it seems to grow reasonably well in Virginia, so it may be a white grape for the Old Dominion to claim. Other of the state's wineries, such as Villa Appalaccia, have planted the variety.

06/16/16

Extension agents from Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and Pennsylvania gave recaps

06/15/16

Wedding industry representatives and winemakers, brewers and distillers warned county officials that regulating events at rural area wineries, distilleries and breweries could hurt both the wedding industry and the alcohol industry.

06/15/16

The Naples Winter Wine Festival announced today that wine legend Pierre Lurton will be the honored vintner of the 2017 event.

06/15/16

Since the days of Washington and Jefferson, Virginia has been a hotbed of alcohol production. Now these six leaders have helped bring the state newfound prominence

06/10/16

In his new role, he will lead the regional sales responsibilities in Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia and North Carolina

06/09/16

The Taste of Carolina Wine Festival Oct. 1 will be held at the White Oak Amphitheatre at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex.

06/07/16

Twenty-five days and counting and Tennessee grocery stores are already getting ready for wine sales.

06/02/16

Napa Smith said it expects to open its Vallejo plant by the end of the year. It also will enter into a partnership with Turtle Anarchy Brewing Co. in Nashville to start production this July.

06/01/16

Because of the way the law was written, each grocery store must operate independently when buying wine, so chains such as Food City, Publix and Wal-Mart can't use their bulk purchasing power to bargain for lower prices.

05/31/16

Johnson Brothers of North Carolina Announces Expanded Distribution in North Carolina

05/27/16

The Edward M. Armfield Sr. Foundation presented scholarships to more than 50 Surry County students in a ceremony held recently at Surry Community College.

05/27/16

Some licensees say the changes will result in a smaller fine wine selection

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