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04/02/20

"The industry has been very, very appreciative and played a role in being a guide with state governments as they consider their policy positions in COVID-19," Chris Swonger, CEO of the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, told The Hill.

04/02/20

"Stay safe, have a very good time, and don't forget the cocktails," Garten concludes after taking a sip.

04/01/20

All of it will be donated to Kentucky's first responders and health care workers

04/01/20

Effective immediately, all due dates for paying Federal excise taxes to TTB on wine, beer, distilled spirits, tobacco products, cigarette papers and tubes, firearms, and ammunition are postponed 90 days from the due date otherwise prescribed.

04/01/20

Farm Credit East is offering an educational webinar regarding new payroll and tax provisions outlined in the newly passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. This free webinar will be held on Thursday, April 2, from noon to 1 p.m.

03/31/20

According to the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority, total sales at ABC stores in the Commonwealth are up 59 percent year-to-year, which has some doctors concerned about increased drinking during a pandemic becoming a trigger for addicts or those in recovery.

03/31/20

"Being a black-owned wine and a black-owned brand and being black in wine spirits, these types of events help us to get the exposure that we need," Kelly Hawkins, brand ambassador of La Fête du Rosé explained to Fox 5 Atlanta, "and to let the audience know we are here and willing to be represented."

03/31/20

Governor Ralph Northam today issued a statewide Stay at Home order to protect the health and safety of Virginians and mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. The executive order takes effect immediately and will remain in place until June 10, 2020, unless amended or rescinded by a further executive order.

03/30/20

03/30/20

Gary Ward owns two restaurants in the tight-knit community of Gloucester, Va. He shares how the outbreak has affected his business and his staff

03/27/20

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03/27/20

Under the new law, sales of distilled spirits will be permitted across the state beginning on July 1, 2020. The law requires localities to opt-out of selling spirits rather than forcing dry counties to opt-in. A similar measure was signed into law last year in Virginia

03/26/20

When she first gave it a go, Lori Yata was a little nervous about her new method of curbside wine delivery. That's because her delivery boy is a 75-pound brindle boxer who goes by the name of Soda Pup. Yata sends him out the door and stands watch. She equipped Soda Pup with saddle bags that typically are used on horses. The vest has two pouches on each side. "If anybody calls him, he will go," she said. "We tuck the wine in his vest and send him out with the wine bottles. If people don't want to come in contact with us physically, dogs are not supposed to be able to carry the virus."

03/26/20

- Fund to provide immediate financial support to independently owned and operated restaurants and bars in South Florida impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic -

03/25/20

Chefs scramble to change their business models due to the coronavirus, while others say it's not enough.

03/25/20

The day is coming, Disniacs, when the world opens back up for both business and pleasure. The pandemic will fade to the latest pages of history, the "shelter in place" orders will be lifted, and Disney Parks will open up the gates for the first time in forever

03/24/20

The president has become increasingly concerned as Dr. Anthony S. Fauci has grown bolder in correcting his falsehoods about the spread of the coronavirus

03/24/20

Public health officials have pushed the White House to urge Americans to stay at home in an effort to blunt the spread of the virus.

03/24/20

Love and Exile Wines announced on Instagram they would buy 50 meals from Edley's Bar-B-Cue in Sylvan Park, Virago, Slim & Huskey's in North Nashville, Southernaire Market and Pearl Diver.

03/24/20

Any restaurant in Virginia with a valid license to sell wine and beer on-premises can now sell wine and beer to go and for delivery without applying for additional permits.

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