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10/21/14

One is Pellechia's "Timeless Bounty: Food and Wine in New York's Finger Lakes." The other is Laura Winter Falk's "Culinary History of the Finger Lakes: From the Three Sisters to Riesling."

10/21/14

For two years now, this owner of Henri's Reserve, an on-line store for family-estate champagne, has watched her unique business thrive

10/21/14

New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire enjoys a few glasses of wine each week. But Stoudemire isn't drinking those merlots and cabernets - he is bathing in them. Last Wednesday, he posted a photo on his Instagram account in which he was covered up to his neck in what appeared to be red wine. The Insta's caption read, in part, "Recovery Day! Red Wine Bath !!

10/20/14

The new store is actually independently owned and operated by Nicole Wegman and Patrick Fisher.

10/20/14

"There were wall-to-wall people here."

10/17/14

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board will celebrate the grand opening of a new Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection Store at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 16, at the Blue Spruce Shoppes, 109 Blue Spruce Way, Murrysville.

10/17/14

The nine vineyards on the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail will only have eyes for chambourcin this weekend. According to a news release from the trail, chambourcin is the region's official grape, and 40 acres of it can be found across the Lehigh Valley.

10/17/14

A once popular issue is now falling into the background, especially in the upcoming gubernatorial general election: the privatization of liquor

10/16/14

Dann Paquette and other beer insiders allege such "pay-to-play" schemes are widespread at Boston bars and restaurants, and that it is hurting small breweries trying to make a name for themselves.

10/15/14

increasing demand requires more room for fermentation and storage, and now Schoffstall has some with the completion of the shell for a new production building and the addition of nearly a dozen new tanks.

10/14/14

Kathie Lee Gifford attracted large crowds in Nashua and Bedford this past weekend as fans were eager to meet the celebrity and taste her newest wine.

10/14/14

The Lucy Desi Center for Comedy set a new world record Saturday when 1,232 people stomped 60 tons of grapes in a city-block-sized vat in Lucille Ball's hometown of Jamestown, New York. The organization produced the Welch's World Record Grape Stomp in celebration of the iconic comedy scene from an episode of I Love Lucy, the television show created by Ball and husband Desi Arnaz

10/13/14

No question about it: Last winter's extremely cold temperatures and the late arrival of spring have had a major impact on the quantity and quality of the wine grape harvest across the East, from Michigan to Pennsylvania. That said, as always, the specific details depend on location, cultivars planted and past practices by growers.

10/10/14

Business is getting tougher for wine merchants in one of America's biggest markets, and consumers may pay the price.

10/10/14

In addition to Delaware beer and wine fans, organizers say pre-sale tickets for this year have been sold to people across 14 states. So even though this is an all-Delaware festival, out-of-staters will be more than welcome.

10/10/14

The head of the State Liquor Authority insists he's not embarking on a crusade against wine retailers who ship their wares to consumers in other states.

10/10/14

No one would argue that the economics of running a restaurant are easy, especially in Manhattan, where rents and other costs verge on the insane. Add in the rising prices of shipping, storage, service and equipment, and it's easy to rationalize bottom-end inflation

10/09/14

Several wineries and vineyards on the East Coast, specifically in New York, keep sustainability in mind when producing delicious wine

10/09/14

Now, unlike the Wine Spectator Grand Tour, which also hits Washington, D.C. and Las Vegas, this event, Oct. 16-18, only happens in Manhattan.

10/09/14

Retailers and wholesalers are alarmed by new State Liquor Authority rules and more than $3 million in fines; chairman insists he is ensuring a fair industry

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