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05/27/16

Some Capital Region wineries are not located in one of New York's four wine regions, which limits what can be written on the label. But now local vineyards are on their way to creating a designated wine region in Upstate New York called the Upper Hudson.

05/25/16

A vineyard planted on a rooftop in Brooklyn, New York, has said it plans to release the first vintage from its own grapes next year.

05/25/16

Drinks to be available at theaters in Hooksett, Merrimack, Portsmouth

05/24/16

A New York state law that allowed farms and wineries to sell directly to the public gave a boost to the industry nationwide.

05/24/16

A trial over accusations of bid-rigging in the biggest contract in state history - a $200 million deal with the N.H. Liquor Commission for warehousing services - got under way in superior court on Monday

05/24/16

A Connecticut-based consumer group said Monday it has alerted the state Department of Consumer Protection about what it called the widespread deceptive marketing tactics of liquor stores that post signs rating wines that they do not actually sell

05/23/16

In an extensive interview, the former restauranteur spoke of plans to set things right: "When I come out, I will find something to do and pay it back."

05/20/16

The first harvest will be picked in the fall in the latest headline grabbing venture at a Naval Yard that has played host to Lady Gaga, fashion shows and the last presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders

05/19/16

The state Senate is scheduled to vote Wednesday on legislation to create a special wine biscuit license that would allow bakers to buy up to 2,000 gallons of wine a year from wholesalers.

05/19/16

Right now, the state only permits one liquor license to be issued for every 3,000 residents in a town. That shortage means that the cost for obtaining a license can be staggering - in some cases more than a million dollars.

05/18/16

When Hog Dog Winery opens to the public Saturday, it's a safe bet that it will have the Pittsburgh area's best banana and tomato wines

05/17/16

it shouldn't surprise anyone that when the Long Island Wine Council, led by executive director Steve Bate and marketing director Ali Tuthill, met with the Southold Town Board to discuss some recommended changes to how local wineries operate, people lost their minds

05/16/16

"We worry about when our bud break is and then when the last frost of the year is. Once the leaves are open on the end of the bud, they are sensitive. They could be prone to damage if we had a cold weather situation."

05/13/16

The winery was fined $10,000 and ordered to suspend operations for 21 days in April, but residents say it's not enough

05/13/16

Each calendar year, Penn State Extension works with the state wine industry to schedule "regional" meetings with local producers

05/13/16

Along with the monetary award, scholarship recipients will have a summer internship opportunity to work at member wineries, including Martha Clara Vineyards, Raphael, T'Jara Vineyards, and W├Âlffer Estate Vineyard

05/12/16

We talk to John Martini about the evolution of Finger Lakes and the challenges of developing a family business.

05/12/16

The state issued a report declaring that Lisa and Fred Giachetti's proposal to open a winery on Norwood Road near Norwood Avenue Elementary School is allowed under state law

05/11/16

New Jersey Assemblyman John Burzichelli introduced a bill that would allow cities to have as many restaurant liquor licenses as they want

05/11/16

Cape May may be named an official winemaking region, or, in the federal government's vernacular, an American Viticultural Area

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