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The first wine from that vineyard was consumed on March 21, 1803


A great chance to taste several pinotages will take place next weekend when Grayhaven Winery puts on its 10th annual South African Wine and Food festival.


The company, which operates 13 stores, had sales of $35 million last year, with wine and spirits comprising more than 80% of the total


Virginia's alcohol industry is growing, both in production and tourism interest, but wineries face a significant roadblock: There are not enough grapes growing in the Commonwealth


Following the successful passage of the Stone Bill, which relaxed laws that limited craft beer operations in South Carolina, the state's brewers are pushing industry supporters to reconsider the three-tier system.


The opening of the Mira Winery Napa Valley Education Center & Tasting Room (NVEC) in the historic heart of downtown Charleston, South Carolina is a perfect fit for a city that has become renowned for its fine dining and craft beverage scene.


the 41-acre property includes 16 acres of mature vines, a renovated 1850s home, a 2,200-square-foot home previously occupied by the wine maker, a brew house, tasting room and winery filled with the latest technology


Lewis Lakes Vineyards received a gold medal for its 2013 Lakeside Red, along with three silver medals for its 2013 Lakeside White, 2013 Blushing Bride and 2013 Autumn Red during a blind wine tasting held at 1892 East Restaurant & Tavern in Huntsville.


Sparkling wine accounts for 31 percent of Germany's total production, most of which gets sipped at home (Germans drink more sparkling wine per capita than anyone else). Yet little makes it out of the country; the first time I ever saw one on a wine list was last month at Cakes & Ale. Available by the glass, the 2011 Riesling Sekt Brut from Peter Jakob-Kühn packed all of the tart fruit, crisp bubbles, and refreshing qualities I associated with Champagne.


The judging was done using two panels of judges for each wine to assure uniformity. Medals were awarded based on a scoring matrix that is a modified version of the UC Davis scoring card


After the death of owner Dr. Jim Ross in March, the property that once housed CCC Trail Vineyard, Inc. and Celebrations Café is now listed with a realtor and will be sold.


A new REIT is looking to buy up $300 million of farm properties in the Northwest and the South.


"Birds, deer, raccoons, groundhogs, bears ... "


As Loudoun County winemakers strive to build their reputation in Virginia's competitive wine industry, a new awards program offers a boost by exclusively celebrating - and elevating - Loudoun wines.


Buyers of the property should consider themselves lucky because Miracle Valley is currently producing about 12 kinds of wines ...


From time-honored favorites, such as the Black Dog Beach Music Festival, Murder Mystery evening and Holiday Tree Lighting, to an inspiring art-filled weekend, there's something for everyone. The highly anticipated Holiday Wine Sale begins on Black Friday and lasts through December 31, 2015.


According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, grapes rank 20th on North Carolina's list of crops based on production value in terms of dollars.


Sterling brings several years of on-premise experience to the position. He previously worked for Glazers Domaine & Estates in Texas for 14 years as the on-premise wine specialist before becoming sales manager for Select Wine Distributors in Louisiana, where he's worked since 2011.


O'Neill Vintners & Distillers, the eighth-largest wine producer in the U.S. by volume, has promoted Ryan Davis to Vice President of Sales - Eastern U.S. In this role, Davis will be responsible for a regional management team overseeing 24 states and accountable for half the company's annual case goal and monetary budget.


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