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01/26/15

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has lifted its two-week hold on new submissions to the state's "special liquor order" catalog, an application moratorium that was installed Jan. 8 due to a months-long backlog of pending items.

01/26/15

Grande Harvest Wines, in a 960-square-foot space in Grand Central's Graybar Pass, accuses the agency of "rigging" the bidding process for the space

01/26/15

To understand the phenomenon that is Heady Topper - the world's best beer, some say - show up at Hunger Mountain Coop in Montpelier on a frigid Thursday morning and wait in line ...

01/26/15

Peter Yealands stands guilty of being a serial entrepreneur. And I confess that years ago, I unknowingly assisted him.

01/26/15

Three Brothers operates three wineries and a microbrewery on its Lerch Road facility in Fayette, overlooking Seneca Lake. In 2013, it launched a subsidiary for the production of a unique homemade wine slushie mix

01/26/15

With the opening of a new winery in Northford, many people are calling the Wallingford area a destination location for wine lovers.

01/26/15

State agency refuses to provide witnesses at hearing against Albany's Empire Wine

01/26/15

Rosabianca Vineyards opened its doors and its wine bottles to the public earlier this month, fulfilling Charlie Rosabianca's dream of owning a winery

01/26/15

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) has placed a temporary halt on issuing permits for so-called "special liquor order" ...

01/26/15

The state Liquor Control Board has spent nearly $300,000 in legal fees to fight a lawsuit over its "free" wine kiosk initiative

01/26/15

More than 1,400 flights were already canceled in the greater New York City area Monday morning. Gov. Cuomo told commuters Sunday they should consider staying home in preparation for the storm that's set to dump up to 3 feet of snow on the city

01/23/15

Harvard University has quietly become one of the biggest grape growers in California's drought-stricken Paso Robles wine region, securing water well drilling permits to feed its vineyards days before lawmakers banned new pumping, according to records reviewed by Reuters.

01/23/15

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has lifted its two-week hold on new submissions to the state's "special liquor order" catalog, an application moratorium that was installed Jan. 8 due to a months-long backlog of pending items.

01/22/15

Dodge's Market, located on the corner of Main Street, approached borough council at the recent meeting, advocating for local business and requesting officials to amend the ordinance that prohibits sale of liquor and liquor licenses in Elmer.

01/22/15

On Jan. 8, a supervisor at the PLCB's Bureau of Product Selection sent an email to the state's dozens of wine and spirits vendors, notifying them that "there is a backlog of new items waiting to be processed and approved through SLO. … Unfortunately, with the number of items waiting to be approved and the number of new items being entered on a daily basis, it will take some time to get back to a normal processing time frame. In order to facilitate approving the items already entered and waiting for approval, we will" stop accepting new items for the month of January

01/21/15

The full schedule of events has just been posted for the 19th Annual Nantucket Wine Festival, May 13-17, 2015.

01/21/15

Jarvis will be developing and executing all marketing plans for new and existing products within the Hazlitt's business units (Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards, Hazlitt's Red Cat Cellars, Hazlitt's Cider Tree, and East Coast Crush and Co-Pack). Jarvis joins Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards after her position as Finger Lakes Wine Alliance's program manager.

01/21/15

One frigid January night in 1969, Faith Seidenberg vividly recalled a few years later, she and another woman, shivering "as much from fear as from the cold," boldly swung open the double doors of McSorley's Old Ale House in Manhattan, which "had withstood for 115 years the entry of female customers."

01/21/15

the development of a new grape variety is a long process that often takes around 20 years. Much of this time is spent getting a young vine to produce fruit, followed by six to eight years of data collection

01/20/15

Since even certified experts have trouble differentiating vintages, it's hard for the lay drinker to justify paying a premium for bottles from well-regarded regions.

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