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04/28/15

A Massachusetts-based wine and liquor distributor called is consolidating, while some of the state's microbreweries are looking to expand

04/28/15

at a store known for great deals on cases of crackers and 80-roll packs of toilet paper?

04/28/15

A second cold winter has killed grape buds but at least this year Essex County wineries will have some grapes to make local wine.

04/28/15

Longtime Vermont Liquor Control Commissioner Michael J. Hogan says he will step down this summer after three decades of service with the department

04/28/15

Hammondsport's real story, as chronicled in Thomas Pellechia's new book, is as fantastic as Capra's film

04/28/15

" ... repealing the outdated minimum bottle price restriction would generate $150 million in new revenue for the state - and between $5.2 to $8.1 million annually in new excise and sales taxes."

04/27/15

Between sales calls, the president of Ceja Vineyards in Napa, Calif., made her way to Walden Pond

04/27/15

Bull currently is a research plant pathologist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service at its Crop Improvement and Protection Research Station in Salinas

04/27/15

New York has reached 400 wineries in 59 of the state's 62 counties

04/27/15

An airplane cleaner cleaned out flights of more than 1,400 miniature bottles of booze during her shifts at JFK Airport, authorities said Friday

04/27/15

Distributors and liquor authorities urged to gang up on the New York retailer that dared to challenge liquor laws

04/24/15

Finger Lakes' wine pioneer Hermann Wiemer released his first wine 35 years ago. While his wines helped the New York region gain critical acclaim, he never curried much favor with local winemakers. And he had little patience for collegiality. In a 1985 interview with the New York Times, he described most Finger Lakes wine as "rubber hose" quality.

04/24/15

It's the third location for the Manheim-based business, joining a tasting room at the winery at 1599 Old Line Road as well as a bottle shop in Lititz at 32 E. Main St.

04/24/15

A site is available on Ferry Street that would give Misty Meadows 3,000 square feet to expand its operation by adding more tanks and eventually building a tasting room. It would also give the company space for a mobile labeling unit that would aid bottling

04/24/15

The meeting at the Letterkenny Township building at 4924 Orrstown Road focused on privatizing liquor sales in the state.

04/23/15

The Senate's top Republican said Tuesday he will co-sponsor legislation by a freshman GOP senator to privatize the state's liquor system

04/23/15

That dream finally came true in February, when he opened Mazzotta Winery in Richland

04/22/15

there have been three explanations offered so far - two contradictory accounts from a club marketing official that were emailed four days apart to New York's disappointed oenophiles, and one from an attorney for the club's operator

04/22/15

In 39 years, we have gone from 14 licensed wineries to 400

04/22/15

after the in-state wholesaler and retailer that work with the wine club cancelled their contracts

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