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05/04/16

You can be forgiven if wine isn't the first thing that pops into your head when you think of Pennsylvania. Deserved or not, the Keystone State has gotten a bad rap for its wines

05/04/16

The narrow twin tines of Long Island wine country, less than a two-hour drive from the cacophony of New York City, have never been an obvious place for grape growing

05/02/16

Foodies and wine connoisseurs from across the region converged at the Mohonk Mountain House for the Wine & Food Festival of New Paltz from April 22-24.

05/02/16

Alan Richman journeys to New Jersey in search of a fine wine in the unlikeliest of places

04/29/16

It's the rare wine list that can be all things to all people. Only the most well-financed restaurants have the resources to range freely the world over and present the best of the best. Instead, most wine-conscious restaurants narrow their visions and choose a style or region in which to concentrate.

04/28/16

04/25/16

The festival, which runs through Sunday in New Paltz, showcases more than 700 wines and specialty foods.

04/25/16

The drivers who work for Southern Wine and Spirits' operation in Lakeland have voted to unionize.

04/25/16

When cities and towns want to give a new bar or restaurant a license to serve alcohol, they have to take the request to Beacon Hill and wait - often for months - as it slowly winds its way through the legislative process

04/22/16

"It's not quite falling on my sword, more like leaning gently on a butter knife"

04/22/16

Samuel Filler will become the new Executive Director of the New York Wine & Grape Foundation beginning Jan. 1, 2017, replacing current President Jim Trezise, who has held the position since the foundation's creation more than 30 years ago

04/22/16

A new Philipsburg winery opened Thursday

04/21/16

In a scenario now familiar to many farmers, Benner and his family are now being constantly harassed.

04/21/16

The Itasca white wine grape is the latest in a series of developed grapes.

04/21/16

A five-year research project at the Summerland Research and Development Centre is examining how grapes can survive cold winter temperatures.

04/20/16

Eighty-three years after Prohibition ended, New York alcoholic beverage control laws remains stuck in time, often reflecting 1930s sensibilities

04/18/16

We will be planting 3,000 vines in May to finish replacing the damaged vines from the freeze episode in the winter of 201

04/18/16

"About two dozen new vineyards have started up in the last seven or eight years because of the availability of these new grapes."

04/15/16

Restaurant patrons would be able to have a Bloody Mary or mimosa with brunch before noon on Sunday, fill a growler at a winery and take a class at a wine shop - activities all currently illegal in New York - if the recommendations of a panel that studied the state's alcohol regulations become law

04/15/16

Getting and renewing certain licenses to sell alcoholic beverages, particularly those made in New York, would be simpler, and the rules against selling them before noon on Sundays could be loosened under recommendations by a panel charged with further stimulating the state's booming craft beverage industry.

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