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07/23/14

Bellangelo Searches the World for New Winemaker, Finds Perfect Match in the Finger Lakes in Nathan Kendall

07/22/14

"You put a bunch of the [food] trucks in one place and a beautiful setting together with what we consider good wine - it's just a magical combination of ingredients that's proved to be a very successful recipe," Shea said.

07/22/14

A proposed amendment to the Newtown Area Joint Municipal Zoning Ordinance won't help either, the neighbors said. In fact, some said, it could make things worse.

07/21/14

"The popularity of Rooster Hill Traminette is undeniable," said Doug Dello Stritto, the winery's general manager. "The wine is everything you crave in a summer wine. Bright flavors of citrus and fresh, crisp acidity wrapped around a spiced core that shows its Gewurztraminer heritage.

07/18/14

Vermont law had made it illegal for bars and restaurants to offer sampler "flights" of beer or wine, which allow patrons to try small amounts of various flavors. Only breweries were allowed to offer flights.

07/17/14

This group of seniors includes former teachers, engineers, librarians and homemakers. Now well into retirement, they are keeping their spirits high by making wine.

07/17/14

Four Sisters Winery of Belvidere will host Vintage North Jersey's first annual Wine and Food Festival on August 16 and 17. Vintage North Jersey-a collaboration of northern New Jersey wineries-is excited to welcome some of the top wineries in the area, along with local specialty food vendors and live music, to one of the oldest vineyards in the area.

07/15/14

Direct-to-consumer sales measure included in budget signed by governor; delivery-truck permits remain an obstacle

07/15/14

Last weekend marked the 19th time that Watkins Glen International hosted the Finger Lakes Wine Festival. More than 90 wineries, along with restaurants, hotels and other vendors, showed off their products during the three-day event that wrapped up Sunday.

07/15/14

Sponsored by Assemblywoman Celeste Riley, D-3 of Bridgeton, and Assemblyman Paul Moriarty , D-4 of Washington Township, the law was proposed in response to a municipality prohibiting the owner of a preserved vineyard from hosting large, social gatherings.

07/14/14

Governor Deval Patrick signed the state's budget conference report that includes Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) wine shipping language

07/14/14

The American Wine Consumer Coalition, a national lobbying group, says the law will continue to prohibit the shipment of thousands of wines to Massachusetts' consumers ...

07/14/14

With more than 90 wineries paired with cheese, artisans, culinary demonstrations, music and togas, the Finger Lakes Wine Festival can leave even the most experienced wine connoisseurs overwhelmed with choices.

07/14/14

A sweeping North Fork property owned by a scion of the Entenmann's baking clan hit the market Friday, with a $25 million price tag.

07/14/14

The general feeling exists that the longer this position remains open, the longer what's called one of Pennsylvania's few growth agricultural industries will remain in limbo.

07/14/14

Thanks to new legislation signed into law on Wednesday. Sponsored by Assemblywoman Celeste Riley, D-3 of Bridgeton, and Assemblyman Paul Moriarty , D-4 of Washington Township, the law was proposed in response to a municipality prohibiting the owner of a preserved vineyard from hosting large, social gatherings.

07/14/14

"We understand that a small cup of water for the parched is better than no water at all, however there is no reason why the legislature could not have provided the state's consumers with a full glass of water- or wine-rather than choosing to unnecessarily protect special interests," said Tom Wark, executive director of the American Wine Consumer Coalition.

07/14/14

New legislation opens Boston state to wine shipping

07/11/14

a deep pool of cool air from the Gulf of Alaska will plunge into the Great Lakes early next week and then ooze towards the East Coast

07/11/14

Two New York Pawnbrokers Are Willing to Take Fine Wines as Collateral for Loans

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