Winebusiness.com - Homepage for the Wine Industry

search news

northeast

  Results: 1 - 20 of 1000   Next >
04/17/15

This month-long celebration will feature special offers, events, and unique experiences at wineries, tasting rooms, restaurants, wine bars, retailers, and attractions as well as getaway packages at top Finger Lakes Wine Country accommodations.

04/17/15

"This certainly won't be an overnight drop in our business, but it will be a leak in the boat. It will be a massive leak in the boat," he said.

04/17/15

Those in the regional wine community, including many who were part of the early days making wine in Pennsylvania's Chester County, are mourning the death of Alice Weygandt. She died Tuesday night following an illness.

04/17/15

Adirondack Festivals LLC's first event will be the Adirondack Wine & Food Festival, a two-day festival in late June.

04/17/15

The Savory Grape, a top Rhode Island wine business, recently promoted Tulay Lawton as the new general manager of the business.

04/16/15

You can now toast your favorite baseball team with a glass of "Phillies Wine."

04/16/15

Martin Schoffstall, owner of Spring Gate Vineyard off Devonshire Road, said Lower Paxton Township should change its agricultural zone so that farm owners can survive without selling out to developers.

04/15/15

At issue Tuesday was the definition of "farm related business" in an agricultural zone from the Lower Paxton Township zoning ordinance.

04/15/15

The New York State Liquor Authority recently granted New York's 400th winery license, the New York Wine and Grape Foundation said Monday. And, more licenses are pending

04/14/15

The 35 winery members of the Seneca Lake Wine Trail have donated $1,000 each to support the construction of the Finger Lakes Community College Viticulture and Wine Center in Geneva.

04/14/15

The rise of locally made small-batch beers on Long Island has hit the East End. In 2013, craft brewers saw an 18 percent spike in volume over the previous year for a total of 15.6 million barrels, according to the Brewers Association

04/14/15

Lawsuit stems from a 2012 NHLC decision to end a 40-year relationship with the Nashua-based company in favor of an Ohio-based affiliate of the German logistics giant, Deutsche Post DHL

04/14/15

Dozens of individuals and businesses gave a total of $272,000 in financial and $60,000 of in-kind contributions to support the building and the FLCC viticulture and wine technology degree program

04/13/15

The inaugural event presented by Foxwoods, held at the Connecticut Convention Center over the course of two days, featured tastings of high-end cuisine, wine, craft beer and cocktails

04/13/15

It simply boggles the mind to think the authority would want to shut down a New York retailer for the crime of committing no crime at all

04/13/15

Two cutout metal signs depicting a life-sized man holding a wine glass were stolen from a winery in Chautauqua County, according to sheriff's deputies

04/13/15

The 35 winery members of the Seneca Lake Wine Trail have donated $1,000 each to support the construction of the Finger Lakes Community College Viticulture and Wine Center in Geneva.

04/13/15

Director of liquor enforcement William Goggins received more than $162,000 in overtime over the past 14 years, according to the the Burlington Free Press

04/10/15

Temperatures dipped quite low in February across the Northeast and Midwest, marking the second year in a row grape growers in these regions have had to deal with potential vine injury and bud loss.

04/10/15

Wineries can't forecast the next season's weather or tourist traffic, but a Syracuse University professor says he has a way for them to predict the price of future vintages while they are still in the barrel.

  Results: 1 - 20 of 1000   Next >