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06/30/16

organization wants to assess the best method for promoting the wines and wineries of the Finger Lakes

06/30/16

Winemaker Anthony Nappa takes the helm with a long to-do list

06/30/16

Mr. Bate, who has overseen a period of significant growth for the Long Island wine region, has learned a great deal about the industry and the viewpoints of each of the council's member wineries. Now in his final two months with the association, he's also confident his successor will step into the role with a stronger understanding of the region than he had

06/29/16

While beer and wine are still king, the craft cider business is in the midst of a big surge in popularity, although its share of the market still pales compared to beer.

06/29/16

It appears the impasse between Nashoba Valley Winery and the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission will soon be resolved, but owner Rich Pelletier is still scratching his head about how the situation came to pass in the first place

06/27/16

The early 19th century cattle barn, though grand, is like one of many across Maine. On a rise above Damariscotta Lake, attached to an inn, it's an inviting setting for a getaway

06/23/16

Based in New York, Marna Spiotta joins A to Z Wineworks as the Director of Trade Development, and will be focusing on on-premise sales in the New York metropolitan area

06/23/16

It's not unusual for the thermometer to hit the century mark for short periods in the middle of a Grand Valley summer, and this week's forecasted highs of 100-plus degrees are typical for these longest days of the year

06/22/16

During Bate's dynamic 12-year tenure, LIWC's membership grew by 40 percent and association revenues by nearly 200 percent, including new grant revenues exceeding $3 million. He oversaw various marketing programs, including innovative off-season initiatives that increased wine region tourism from 500,000 in 2004 to more than 1.3 million annually

06/22/16

The Licensee Online Order Portal, or LOOP, can be accessed through the agency's website and has been designed to help 15,000 liquor retailers save money, according to Tim Holden, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board's chairman. The service seeks to streamline the process of ordering liquor by replacing the old system of phone calls and faxes with an around-the-clock website

06/21/16

Coyote Moon Vineyards, in the Thousand Islands, has won New York Winery of the Year. The family-owned business has earned more than 700 awards in the eight years it's been making wine

06/20/16

The Philadelphia City Council approved a tax on sweet drinks Thursday, becoming the first major city in the country to pass such a levy and overcoming a multi-million dollar campaign by the beverage industry to oppose it.

06/17/16

Pennsylvania just approved wine sales in grocery stores, raising questions again for New York

06/17/16

Bill that liberalizes retail sales also opens state to shipments from out of state wineries

06/17/16

the state's Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) has announced it won't be renewing all the farm's licenses for making and pouring alcohol. Its owner, Rich Pelletier, says that's going to put the family farm out of business, so he's taking the regulators to court

06/17/16

Coyote Moon Vineyards won New York Winery of the Year Award from the New York International Wine competition Monday

06/17/16

Eater's wine editor looks at the important role that private collections play in NYC restaurants

06/17/16

A first-of-its-kind degree program at State University College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill will educate and train students in the field of harnessing microbes to help produce a vast array of products, from beer, wine, and cheese to plastics and pharmaceuticals.

06/17/16

The rebranded store features more than 4,000 wines and spirits, including 200 new Premium Collection luxury items not previously available to area shoppers. It also features more Chairman's Selection® wines, which are select, highly rated wines at significant savings over nationally quoted prices.

06/16/16

Although this past winter may be considered more mild, severe cold the two winters prior in the Midwest and Northeast have increased concern for crown gall, a disease that can cause total vine collapse. But there are methods to prepare for and remedy losses, a Penn State University Extension specialist says.

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