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10/18/17

According to the declaration sent on behalf of USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue to Florida Gov. Rick Scott, there was enough evidence after reviewing damage assessment reports to designate 19 counties as a primary disaster area plus another 25 counties as contiguous disaster areas.

10/17/17

"Both the beer industry and the wine industry have really reached a critical mass. We have 190 wineries and 225 breweries from mountains to coast and everywhere in between," said Margo Metzer with Our State Public House.

10/09/17

Plum (plum.wine) recently introduced the first appliance that preserves, chills and serves wine by the glass. Plum also raised $9 million in funding earlier this year to help the startup expand

10/06/17

Nate will threaten part of the central Gulf of Mexico coast of the United States as a hurricane with flooding, strong winds and isolated tornadoes on Sunday.

10/05/17

This year's theme is "Discover Your Local Crush." You'll have the chance to do just that at more than 230 events at wineries and restaurants throughout the state, including wine pairings and music festivals and "pop-up pairings" at venues, many of them throughout Northern Virginia.

09/29/17

Chrysalis Vineyards will expand in Loudoun County, creating 12 new jobs and investing $478,000. The vineyard will add a creamery and bakery to its operation, providing visitors with the opportunity to purchase locally produced cheeses, breads, and wines on site. Chrysalis Vineyards will purchase 100 percent of its agricultural inputs from Virginia farmers

09/26/17

The total economic impact of the industry now is $1.97 billion.

09/26/17

She reached down and realized she'd been bitten several times by a roughly 8-inch-long copperhead that apparently had gotten inside the restaurant's foyer.

09/21/17

Peju will donate a portion of online sales to relief efforts for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

09/20/17

Storied Virginia Farm Winery Bridging The Gap Between Creativity, Innovation, Agritourism and Rural Economic Development

09/20/17

accused of giving William A. Campos, a former state delegate and County Council member, at least $1,000 in exchange for favorable action ...

09/18/17

"You want people to taste out of a beautiful Riedel glass and have the full experience. But, quite frankly, losing 1,800 glasses is unacceptable."

09/18/17

If you're planning a day of local wine tasting and touring, Washington Post wine columnist Dave McIntyre said there's never been a better time.

09/18/17

Florida's agriculture industry are in "tatters" as rural communities throughout the state continue to face severe conditions after Hurricane Irma

09/18/17

"We have about 11 acres under vine, and the property itself is about 50 acres," said Andrea O'Shea, with Great Frogs.

09/15/17

In her eight years in the field, Melanie Natoli has seen this shift, first hand - especially as Virginia wine has grown to a nearly $1.4 billion industry. In 2015, more than 10 females were either head vintners or assistant winemakers in Loudoun County, alone.

09/15/17

Earthquake aftershock reveals Santa Carolina's treasure trove of old wines, Margaret Rand reports.

09/15/17

The spirits production company announced Thursday that it will invest $45 million in modernizing the Louisville facility - and in the process eliminate 70 of its nearly 300 jobs.

09/14/17

"It's changing a lot in Europe, it's changing a lot in California, and now it's changing in Virginia too,"

09/14/17

Long time visitor and six year resident of St. Thomas, Paul Hoffman, announced today that two of his Desert Rock Industries Wine brands will benefit the urgent relief need for the U.S. owned islands in the Caribbean. "I started my wine career in the VI and many of my best friends that I consider family still live there," said Hoffman. "The No Shoes and Rasta Wine brands were conceived based off of experiences living in my second home, The USVI."

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