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09/19/14

New York independent wine merchant, Chambers Street Wines, has been named the Best Independent Retailer in the World in a competition run by Jancis Robinson MW.

09/19/14

City Winery seems less like a rock club and more like a dining (and wining) destination, though

09/18/14

New Yorkers may see the legalization of recreational marijuana use as early as 2015 if State Senator Liz Krueger (D) gets her way. The Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act will be reintroduced by Senator Krueger during the next legislative session, which begins in January

09/17/14

The 20 family-owned wineries, distilleries and now cidery of the Mason-Dixon Wine Trail invite guests to taste their way across Central Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland and celebrate the 2014 harvests at Wine Just Off The Vine November 8-9 and 15-16.

09/17/14

Farm wineries get permission to buy grapes and juice in aftermath of freeze

09/17/14

The mission of the Vintage Atlantic Wine Region is to create a wine region that links existing wine trails and wineries in different states that have common geography, climate and growing conditions, for the collective benefit of promoting those trails.

09/17/14

To kick off Wine Week in New Jersey and celebrate the state's grape harvest, state Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher will tour Working Dog Winery

09/17/14

representatives from wineries all over the East Coast gather at Auburn Road Vineyard and Winery in Pilesgrove to launch the Vintage Atlantic Wine Region.

09/16/14

The PLCB regulates the distribution of beverage alcohol and also operates more than 600 Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores statewide.

09/16/14

Some estimates peg Maine's liquor losses to New Hampshire at more than 100,000 cases, or about $30 million per year. When Maine re-bid the state's spirits contracts early this year, the intent was to claw back some of those sales by lowering prices in the state and keeping Maine liquor consumers home

09/16/14

Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino closed its doors early Tuesday, the fourth Atlantic City casino to go belly-up so far this year

09/15/14

Less than five months after the revered but troubled Central Park restaurant Tavern on the Green reopened with a costly renovation, a new management and a new menu, its executive chef, Katy Sparks, has left the restaurant

09/15/14

replacement of whole vines or galled trunks of infected vines will be necessary to maintain optimal vineyard productivity

09/15/14

"We really think these industries are going to be significant in the future of Cape May County in providing jobs."

09/15/14

That crop may become easier to sell with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's recent announcement that it will buy $25 million worth of Concord grape juice

09/12/14

Long Island wineries are smaller, younger and have less experience than their French counterparts, but some local vintners think the Merlot wines they produce compare favorably with those made in Bordeaux

09/12/14

Connecticut has a thriving if modest wine industry that merits a look. More than 30 wineries across the state make intriguing reds, refreshing whites, and distinctive fruit wines. The grape varieties may be new to you, but the wines are worthy of your attention.

09/10/14

A Chester County vineyard has filed a trademark infringement suit in the U.S. Districtwinepaintcan Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against an international company that allegedly stole its idea to market a wine-dispensing paint can product

09/10/14

Long Island wineries are smaller, younger and have less experience than their French counterparts, but some local vintners think the Merlot wines they produce compare favorably with those made in Bordeaux.

09/10/14

Hector winery owner wants Schuyler County district attorney to launch grand jury probe into relationship between gas storage company and local officials

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