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07/28/15

The Finger Lakes Regional Tourism Council (FLRTC) - an organization comprised of 14 representatives from each of the counties of the Finger Lakes Vacation Region - has selected Strategic Advisory Group (SAG) to conduct a region-wide destination marketing analysis and strategic marketing plan

07/28/15

Does anyone remember Hulk Hogan's short-lived pasta restaurant in Bloomington, Minn.? Or Britney Spears's Nyla in Manhattan? Celebrity involvement in restaurants can be a kiss of death-sometimes the bigger the celebrity, the faster and fatter that kiss. This may have something to do with the alchemy of hype and money and taste, and the fact that celebrities simply don't tend to have much experience in the already precarious business of hospitality.

07/27/15

Allegro Winery, which a couple weeks opened its first wine shop in Lancaster County, this Friday will convert another of its shops to a wine bar.

07/27/15

I have to chuckle when people refer to Long Island's wine country as the "Napa of the East." Aside from their expensive real estate and being planted with some of the same grapes, they are about as different as any two wine regions can be.

07/27/15

Lettie Teague, shopping at Bottle King, discovers some deals on wines that aren't easily found

07/27/15

More than 1,000 workers at Daniel Boulud's Manhattan eateries recently settled their class-action suit against the Michelin-starred chef for $1.4 million

07/27/15

Two upcoming EnoCert courses are EnoCert 203 Winery Sanitation and Safety on Aug. 4 and EnoCert 202 Tasting Room Sales Strategies on Aug. 5. Each course costs $200.

07/24/15

July has brought us warm, humid weather, and more rain! At mid-month we have had about 4 inches of rain, following the 7-plus inches in June

07/24/15

Make Wine With Us has announced 3 open house events for Summer 2015. At these events, wines from past beginner winemakers will be sampled and prospective students will be introduced to the winemaking experience

07/23/15

The fate of some 18 liquor stores operated by supermarket chain A&P remains uncertain after the company's bankruptcy filing earlier this week. New Jersey-based A&P operates stand-alone liquor stores in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, but they were not among the assets in the purchase agreements ...

07/21/15

Looking out to his vineyards on the west side of Seneca Lake, vintner John Martini of Anthony Road Wine Co. reminisces about what the Finger Lakes region was like when he and his wife, Ann, decided to buy some land in 1973

07/20/15

Adams County Winery ordered 1,200 pouches to offer through July and August but have almost sold out

07/20/15

A tour of North Fork wineries ended in carnage Saturday, when a hit-and-run drunk driver slammed into a limousine full of young women on Route 48 in Cutchogue, cops said

07/20/15

It was a year and a half of studying and testing. The key was finding the right can and a proper liner for inside of it. Coyote Moon is keeping that part secret?

07/20/15

The winery said that the reasons are twofold: to keep customers from drinking too much and to end the incidence of bottles breaking and spreading glass around the grounds.

07/20/15

Once the growing season starts, NEWA provides grape growers the ability to see weather and pest model information on an hourly basis

07/20/15

Bill Clinton was president and Wine.com had yet to bear fruit in 1998, when Michael Berkoff told members of the Connecticut General Assembly how the state's liquor law resulted in needlessly high prices for consumers. Berkoff, CEO of Stamford-based BevMax, is still waiting for the message to sink in.

07/17/15

The winery ordered 1,200 pouches to offer through July and August but have almost sold out

07/17/15

90+ Cellars puts off national expansion

07/17/15

The Finger Lakes region is a well-known destination for wine enthusiasts. But people outside New York who want to order the wines online might have a hard time doing so. Megan Zhang explains how a bill heading to Governor Cuomo's desk could change all that.

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