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08/24/16

On Tuesday, August 16, the Long Island Merlot Alliance (LIMA) awarded its first viticulture and enology scholarship to Cutchogue, Long Island, resident Miranda Sannino. Sannino, 18, is the daughter of Anthony and Lisa Sannino of Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard in Peconic.

08/24/16

The one-time conversion fee of $30,000 leaves hundreds of E license holders around the state, like Baker, with some thinking - and calculating - to do.

08/24/16

A dearly departed cat is behind a chic new vegan cocktail bar

08/23/16

Kevin Zraly, whose verve, passion and energy as a wine instructor are unparalleled, will teach just one more class before he retires. He's been at it for 40 years with his Windows on the World Wine School, so-called because his classes started at that legendary restaurant. Since Sept. 11, 2001, they have been in Midtown

08/23/16

Damon Baehrel's methods are a marvel, and his tables are all booked until 2025. Or are they?

08/22/16

Program brings more wine options to consumers as part of a new law that modernizes the sale of liquor, beer and wine in Pennsylvania

08/22/16

The 152-year old Renault winery is for sale

08/22/16

There has been a lot of talk during this election year, both in New Hampshire and across the country, about whether the minimum wage should be raised ...

08/22/16

A crowd turned out for the event in Cutchogue Saturday night

08/22/16

90 years after the Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, N.Y., and the New York Botanical Garden developed the Bronx Seedless table grape, Lagier Ranches in Escalon, Calif., has enough of a crop of these lovely translucent pale green-to-pink grapes (with thin skins and a lush, almost candied flavor) to ship them to New York

08/19/16

"What I've been hearing along the Wine Trail is that we're going to be staying on target with our regular harvest."

08/19/16

Cold-hardy wine aficionados and experts gathered at the University of Minnesota on Thursday to judge wines from this rapidly-growing part of the industry. A total of 350 different types of wine are blind tested in the International Cold Climate Wine Competition, with each judge testing 50 wines

08/19/16

The O'Hara-based grocer will mark the occasion with a ceremonial champagne toast at the store Friday morning attended by Giant Eagle officials and House Speaker Mike Turzai, R-Marshall, primary sponsor of a wine privatization bill signed into law in June.

08/19/16

Mike Appolo is owner and winemaker at his home-based, 3-acre Appolo Vineyards on Lawrence Road. His wine business produces several types of red and white varieties

08/19/16

Dorothy Champagne was sentenced on three counts of theft (class A felony).

08/18/16

As of Tuesday afternoon, August 16, five direct wine shipper licenses had been granted out of 124 requests submitted. As direct wine shipper licenses are approved, they are viewable through a page on the PLCB website explaining direct wine shipment options for consumers

08/18/16

"Thanks to everyone that supported us and helped us generate the attention to have our story understood"

08/17/16

The day when you can buy a bottle of Pinot Grigio or Cabernet Sauvignon at the grocery store in Pennsylvania is closer to reality

08/17/16

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board today announced an initial 81 wine permits have been approved, allowing grocery stores, restaurants and hotels in the state to sell wine by the bottle. This is the first round of what could be several batches of permit approvals by the LCB.

08/17/16

The 33,000-square-foot store offers over 7,000 kinds of wine and hard liquor. It will be the biggest liquor in northern New England

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