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04/01/15

Good news for Phillies fans who would like to increase their chances at catching vomit spray from some drunk goon at a ballgame this year: For the first time ever, the team will be selling wine and cocktails on the main concourse at Citizens Bank Park.

04/01/15

Wine Enthusiast magazine cites quality of wines, regulatory climate and industry support under the Governor's administration as reasons for the award

04/01/15

S.L.A. enticed other states to complain about Empire's business practices, despite the authority's claim to the contrary

03/31/15

Word has it that February 2015 was the coldest on record, but an average cold winter does not have as detrimental an effect on buds as extreme variations in temperatures.

03/30/15

Effective March 5, 2015 the estate-vineyard wines of Smith-Madrone Vineyards & Winery are joining Sage Cellars, which will handle sales in the state of Rhode Island.

03/30/15

Some vineyards in the northern Finger Lakes saw anywhere from 50-100 percent crop loss in 2014 due to the severe fluctuations in temperatures. Minimum readings were between minus 10 and minus 18 degrees Fahrenheit in most area vineyards last winter.

03/30/15

Empire is now facing $125,000 in fines after the SLA initiated a "request for assistance" in February 2014 to the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission, public records reveal.

03/27/15

An eight-part, year-long "Winegrowing Boot Camp" series focusing on the viticulture and winemaking subjects associated with the growing and making of Millbrook's Tocai Friulano is available for $795 plus tax.

03/27/15

Author Sarah S. Thompson began writing "Finger Lakes Wine Country" in the fall of 2013 and finished it in a year's time. The book covers a 150-year history of area vintners, their business dealings and the law that made it possible for small growers to flourish.

03/25/15

The measure, initially introduced by Democratic Assemblyman Phil Steck earlier this month, was inspired by the SLA's pursuit of Empire Wine

03/25/15

U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer on Tuesday called on the U.S. Department of Agriculture to be ready to aid New York grape growers and vineyards that suffered major damage due to a harsh winter.

03/24/15

Fiores win lifetime achievement award at expo held for first time in Syracuse, N.Y.

03/24/15

Welcome to "The List," a column exploring the country's most notable wine lists. This week, New York columnist Zachary Sussman visits June, a new Brooklyn wine bar that offers a glimpse into how natural wine has gone from fringe movement to global phenomenon.

03/24/15

The nearly two-year-old dispute between Owera Vineyards, some of its neighbors and the town of Cazenovia over its hosting of weddings and other events appeared to be settled last month.

03/23/15

An executive from Orange who contributed $240 in illegal campaign contributions to a state Senate campaign last year has agreed to a $20,000 fine.

03/20/15

"Walter Channing was a charismatic, wildly talented businessman and artist," says Larry Perrine, who was also a founding partner, and winemaker, in the winery. "A true character. My partner of 20 years and my best friend.

03/19/15

The North Kingston, R.I.-based discount chain plans to apply for a license to sell wine and beer at closeout prices at its store in Water Tower Plaza.

03/17/15

From harvesting grapes in the field to bottling finished wines, a new student winery at Cornell is preparing students for the future of the wine industry

03/16/15

The largest wine industry event ever held in New York state will take over the Oncenter Tuesday through Thursday

03/12/15

About 60 people showed up for the February 26 zoning hearing board session, nearly evenly split between those who did and did not approve Schoffstall's request to sell beer by the glass when a brewery operation is added at Spring Gate Vineyard.

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