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07/28/16

A neighbor of Paradise Hills Vineyard & Winery has filed a lawsuit in New Haven Superior Court, naming the winery, its owners and the town's Planning and Zoning Commission after the commission voted to amend several of the town's winery regulations.

07/27/16

The Garden State's first and only meadery is tucked away in a shopping mall in and Vauxhall

07/27/16

the commission's decision to approve the application from Paradise Hills was "illegal, capricious and in abuse of its discretion"

07/26/16

Though not as dire as the West Coast drought of five-years running, the dry, hot weather has stressed farms and gardens, prompted water restrictions and bans in many towns and threatened to bring more wildfires than usual.

07/26/16

Garden State winemakers, focused mostly on sweet and fruit wines, have never earned much attention or respect. A handful of producers are working to change that and create a wine region of note

07/21/16

Cavoores will help lead sales efforts for the 80,000-case winery throughout the United States and Canada, with a particular focus on Northeast markets such as New York City and Boston.

07/21/16

A Brief History of Wine Production in the Finger Lakes

07/21/16

07/20/16

The Philadelphia 76ers, in partnership with Chaddsford Winery, have launched a three-part "Banner Series" wine collection which pays tribute to the Sixers' three NBA championship teams: the 1982-83 and 1966-67 Philadelphia 76ers and the 1954-55 Syracuse Nationals.

07/20/16

USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) today announced the availability of $8.4 million in available funding to study and develop new approaches for the agriculture sector to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change. The funding is available through NIFA's Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI), which is authorized by the 2014 Farm Bill.

07/20/16

Researchers say warming is only partly responsible for increase in Brix

07/18/16

It's a chance to see 40,000 people, that's how many are expected to attend over the course of the weekend, the most the festival has ever seen in its 20 years.

07/18/16

One of the pieces of legislation Gov. Charlie Baker tapped as among his priority bills for the waning days of formal sessions -- a package of municipal government and finance reforms -- inched closer to his desk after clearing the Senate Wednesday evening with the inclusion of language redefining how liquor licenses are issued

07/18/16

The results from the 2016 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition (FLIWC) have been announced. The competition took place March 19 and 20 in Rochester, New York

07/18/16

New York and other regions in the United States are seeing greater numbers of invasive insects that attack specialty crops due to increased levels of interstate and international trade. Entomologists at Cornell's New York State Agricultural Experiment Station (NYSAES) have taken the lead in addressing these destructive pests

07/15/16

Spotted lanternfly quarantine extended to parts of four additional counties

07/15/16

once a brewer has worked with a distributor for half a year that distributor gains indefinite distribution rights for that product

07/13/16

At the behest of the local wine industry, a new proposal would toughen federal labeling standards on a bottle of wine, controlling more tightly wineries' claims of vintage dates, varietals and geographic region where the grapes are grown.

07/13/16

Gilbert Stoewsand, a Cornell food scientist who helped to rescue New York's fledgling wine industry in the early 1970s by debunking shoddy science and malicious rumors that attributed health risks to drinking wine made from hybrid grapes, died July 4 in Geneva, New York. He was 83.

07/13/16

At this weekend's Governors Island rosé wine bash, revelers slipped into their blushy best.

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