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07/16/20

Mail deliveries could be delayed by a day or more under cost-cutting efforts being imposed by the new postmaster general. The plan eliminates overtime for hundreds of thousands of postal workers and says employees must adopt a "different mindset" to ensure the Postal Service's survival during the coronavirus pandemic

07/16/20

Vineyard in the Village, the spring wine festival that was originally postponed from its May date, has been canceled, with hopes of seeing it return for 2021.

07/15/20

Analysts say the memos recast the USPS as a business rather than a government service

07/15/20

Using all-natural ingredients, each flavor mimics the taste and intensity of a traditional cocktail, but lessens the "work" of creating one. That's why each Colony Cocktail features an ABV (Alcohol By Volume) of 10-11.5%, whereas other canned cocktails contain around 7% ABV.

07/15/20

With cases surging among young adults in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan is pressing local health officials to more strictly enforce regulations aimed at bars and restaurants.

07/15/20

That's money taken directly out of the overall $640 billion pot of funding Congress allocated to the program

07/14/20

The Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) is cheering the Trump administration's decision to leave French wine off a list of products set to be subject to tariffs in response to France's new digital services tax.

07/14/20

A punishing and relentless heat wave is just getting underway in the South, with some spots forecast to peak above 110 degrees starting this weekend. But the heat will not stay in the South; next week it is forecast to move north and east, spreading 100-degree temperatures across the Ohio Valley and into the Mid-Atlantic.

07/14/20

People in more affluent neighborhoods reported drinking twice as frequently as respondents in low-income areas.

07/14/20

The "vineyard section" will review some of the shifts we have seen in vineyard design over the past couple years: vine training, vine spacing, varieties, mechanization, multi-row implements, and weather stations. The "winery section" will review some practical tools and approaches explored through production scale experiments including protein stabilization in aromatic white wines, stabulation, hyperoxygenation, chaptalization, and the power of yeast strains.

07/13/20

The text message conveyed urgency and alarm, even without all caps and exclamation points. "There's a 6-foot snake in the Pavilion terrorizing guests." It was June 4, the first day in nearly two months that Virginia wineries were allowed to welcome customers after being shut down as part of the commonwealth's efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus. At Afton Mountain Vineyards west of Charlottesville, co-owner Elizabeth Smith was struggling to adapt her usual hospitality to the new conditions ...

07/13/20

With normal alcohol regulations relaxed under state executive orders to allow curbside and to-go sales of liquor by the drink, commission Deputy Chief Brent Clayton said, "our agents have conducted underage compliance checks over the past couple of months, and quite frankly the compliance rate has been dismal."

07/13/20

Restaurant roundup was off last week for the Fourth of July holiday, so I've got a lot of news to share with you in the column today. Read on for details on the new winery that's now open at Union Collective, Maryland Food Truck Week, expanding outdoor dining options and more.

07/13/20

07/13/20

The temporary suspension of liquor orders was an effort to catch up to demands which have skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic, ABC officials said.

07/13/20

The decision to revert back to Phase 1 reopening plans came Friday afternoon, two days after Bottoms' decision to mandate the use of face masks in public.

07/13/20

Wine isn't included here ... The tariffs are set to take effect Jan. 6, 2021. Products that are set to be subject to the tariffs include makeup, soap and handbags, according to a notice issued USTR.

07/13/20

The Georgia Restaurant Association, which represents the state's 19,000 restaurants and before the pandemic employed half a million people, sided with the governor.

07/13/20

The winery is located in Quinton off Pocahontas Trail overlooking Tom Brooks Lake. The property that the winery rests on has belonged to their family for more than 50 years.

07/09/20

The "Sisterhood of the Traveling Wine" wants to expand into all 50 states

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