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01/22/21

"America's restaurants, taverns, music and sporting venues, and hotels will need further relief in order to return to pre-pandemic employment levels."

01/22/21

Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America Women's Leadership Council names Jessica Cyr of Martignetti Companies as Chair, Hillary Wirtz of Breakthru Beverage as Vice-Chair and welcomes new board member Jenn Engel of Republic National Distribution Company.

01/22/21

Trump withdrew from the agreement in 2017. Biden vows to move quickly on climate change action, and his inclusion of scientists throughout the government marks the beginning of a major policy reversal after four years of the Trump administration's environmental rollbacks.

01/22/21

The wine fest is going virtual in 2021 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and because the need to help 45 different local children's organizations doesn't stop during a pandemic.

01/22/21

After years of failed attempts to grow European varieties, producers embrace native Muscadine grapes and other fruits to craft bottles that tell the centuries-old story of Florida's wines.

01/22/21

"There has to be a better place to put a tower than here where you're going to literally trample the history and the views," Septenary Winery Owner Todd Zimmerman said.

01/21/21

Start early by bidding in the online auction, which is open to the public from Jan. 22 at 8 a.m. to Feb. 2 at 5 p.m.

01/20/21

Despite sudden additional tariffs, industry groups are organizing with optimism that the incoming administration could issue a game-changing executive order

01/20/21

A federal court on Tuesday struck down the administration of President Donald Trump's scaled-down replacement for the Obama era's signature climate change regulation for power plants, dealing a final blow to Trump's environmental deregulatory agenda on his last day in office.

01/18/21

"Some winemakers and brands weren't as quick to adapt to being OK having their product selling online. They didn't turn their nose up at ecommerce but they were slow to accept it," Long said. "The pandemic forced these brands to quickly jump on board."

01/18/21

-This week, conservation groups filed a formal notice of their intent to sue the Trump administration for violations of the Endangered Species Act stemming from two last-minute decisions authorizing widespread clearcutting, herbicide spraying, grazing, plowing, and prescribed fire across 223 million acres of Bureau of Land Management public lands in western states.

01/18/21

President-elect Joe Biden announced Friday that he has chosen a pioneer in mapping the human genome - the so-called "book of life" - to be his chief science adviser and is elevating the top science job to a Cabinet position.

01/18/21

Company making online African American History and Diversity courses available to high school students in select markets

01/18/21

The wine, which sells for about US$60-70 (S$80-93) per bottle in the United States, is from the Benmosche Family Winery, which produces some 4,000 to 5,000 bottles of Zinfandel and Dingac a year.

01/18/21

The climate trajectory that we are on is concerning. The time to act is now in order to curb global warming to below 2°C. One of the Biden administrations first tasks will be to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord.

01/15/21

For central Maryland's Boordy Vineyards, its 75th anniversary year was certainly memorable, just not for the reasons it expected.

01/15/21

By its own regulations, TTB never permits wineries to do anything that creates marketplace confusion - yet what is the practical relationship between and 375 and the 355 if not utterly confusing?! Don't expect TTB to resolve this any time soon.

01/15/21

Many wine conferences and educational programs have switched to virtual schedules. Online sessions aren't the same as being there in person, but there are advantages: Conference organizers have the option to include presenters based on their knowledge of the topic, not how much it would cost to bring them to a specific location. From enology, to viticulture, wine marketing and business, there are a wide variety of virtual programs anyone in the industry can attend. Check out this extensive, up-to-date conference roundup.

01/14/21

For the annual VolunCheer of the Year program, employees voted from among a group of 2020 VolunCheer of the Month winners to determine who would be selected to receive a prize of $5,000 to the charity of the winner's choice.

01/14/21

"Closing some of our stores will provide the greatest amount of employee/customer protection, while ensuring maximum productivity and efficiency," said ABC Board Administrator Mac Gipson. "Our primary concern is the health and well-being of our employees and patrons."

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