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10/30/14

The $3.65 million project, a collaboration between FLCC and Cornell University, is being largely paid for with state funds. Graduates of FLCC's program will be able to transfer directly into Cornell's four-year viticulture program.

10/30/14

It could have been Oregon or New Zealand or even France. But instead, the Empire State was honored as the Wine Region of the Year by Wine Enthusiast magazine.

10/30/14

Experts warn that climate change will bring both new opportunities for Connecticut winemakers and increasing risks.

10/29/14

New York selected over Champagne, France; Chianti, Italy; Red Mountain, WA and Sonoma, CA

10/29/14

"The big thing was getting it closed up so the workers could get going on the interior," said Bill Wright, Ontario County's commissioner of public works, during a tour of the site Monday afternoon. "All the trades are now here ... so once the dry wall is up, which is happening now, the utilities can go in."

10/29/14

In the next 10 days, and at a dinner next month, titans of wine could rock your world.

10/28/14

The Northern Grapes Project received an additional $2.6 million in funding from the USDA's Specialty Crops Research Initiative to complete the final two years of the multistate effort, which began in 2011.

10/28/14

A harsh winter and wet spring affected Finger Lakes vintners. A sunny September saved their crops.

10/28/14

It's not too much of a stretch to suggest that his replacement might not be getting named until May 2015 at the earliest.

10/28/14

Virginie Rolland, the 31 year-old niece of the hugely influential wine consultant, Michel Rolland, has just opened her own wine importing business in New York.

10/27/14

interview with Kelby Russell

10/27/14

The project focuses on growing extremely cold-hardy wine grape varieties that are new to both growers and consumers, creating a rapidly-expanding industry of small vineyard and winery enterprises. Tim Martinson, Senior Extension Associate at Cornell University, leads the project team, which includes research and Extension personnel from ten institutions in the Upper Midwest and Northeast

10/27/14

Approved by the Massachusetts House in March and by the Senate in July, the law was cosponsored by Representative Elizabeth A. Poirier, a North Attleborough Republican, who said it would benefit stores along the Bay State's borders with New Hampshire and Rhode Island, where Sunday morning sales are allowed.

10/24/14

The Eastern Winery Exposition has partnered with the Eastern Section of the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV-ES) for a second year and will offer two separate auctions in Syracuse during the 2015 Eastern Winery Exposition (EWE).

10/24/14

four former LCB officials violated the Ethics Act and state Liquor Code when they accepted gifts and lavish trips from liquor vendors and failed to disclose them ...

10/24/14

A company called Up Mountain Switchel-which began in Vermont but has since migrated to Bushwick-is the current source

10/23/14

Thousands gather in Times Square for three days of friendship, education and 24,000 bottles of wine

10/23/14

A hearing on whether the wine would be destroyed may be scheduled after Arthur Goldman files his argument within 30 days, according to J.J. Abbott, a spokesman for the office of state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, which handles forfeiture.

10/22/14

Cook at Kennedy's Pub in Budd Lake arrested for tampering with customer's meal.

10/22/14

Owner Chuck Zaleski has talked about trying to find a spot around Harrisburg to sell his wines

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