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08/17/18

- Back-to-school effort supports children in 20 counties across the state -

08/17/18

And while it's coming later than Tantrum, there's a new project in South Hall that will be even bigger news for Hall County - the area's second winery.

08/14/18

Reporting to Southern Coastal Regional Manager Will Traylor, Justin is responsible for working with distributor management and their salesforces in both states to help increase sales and present the company's wines to best advantage.

08/14/18

Jeff has worked both on the distributor and importer sides of the wine business, spending the past 13 years selling wine in the Mid-Atlantic region, rising to the position of Division Manager for one of the largest distributors in the US, as well as regional manager for a well-regarded family winery in California.

08/14/18

Ivy will work with Quintessential's distributors and the trade, overseeing all sales, marketing and promotions endeavors for the company in Orlando, Tampa/St. Petersburg, Jacksonville, The Panhandle and other parts of Northern Florida, reporting to Florida State Sales Manager Tommilynn Osborne.

08/14/18

Barboursville Vineyards, which has a reputation for producing some of Virginia's top wines, has relied on foreign workers for 20 years, hiring up to 16 every season, CBS affiliate WCAV reports.

08/13/18

Barboursville Vineyards, which has a reputation for producing some of Virginia's top wines, has relied on foreign workers for 20 years, hiring up to 16 every season, CBS affiliate WCAV reports.

08/10/18

Poor contract management and too much warehouse space cost the state nearly $14 million over 13 years, according to a state audit of Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission operations released Thursday.

08/08/18

Located along Route 50 a couple miles east of downtown Middleburg, Greenhill Winery produces 100 percent Virginia wine. Shaps is based just outside Charlottesville, where he produces his own label, oversees Michael Shaps Wineworks and consults with other Virginia wineries, including The Barns at Hamilton Station in Loudoun County. Shaps crafted The Barns at Hamilton Station's 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, which claimed the prestigious Governor's Cup in 2017.

08/07/18

Eagle Mountain Winery LLC is being developed on a 54-acre parcel of land in Greenville County near Landrum. The property is located on S.C. Highway 11, between Highway 25 and Highway 101. The winery is scheduled to open in early 2019.

08/07/18

Shaps is based just outside Charlottesville, where he produces his own label, oversees Michael Shaps Wineworks and consults with other Virginia wineries, including The Barns at Hamilton Station in Loudoun County. Shaps crafted The Barns at Hamilton Station's 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, which claimed the prestigious Governor's Cup in 2017

08/03/18

08/01/18

Mr. Capparelli has worked for Southern Glazer's for 14 years, advancing through commercial sales roles of increasing responsibility, from sales management to VP-level positions. In his most recent role as Vice President of On Premise for the South Florida division, he led a team of dynamic sales professionals, supporting multiple Company suppliers in South Florida's fast-paced On-Premise market

07/31/18

"Our son only has two more years at home before we are empty nesters," said Allen. "We haven't the time needed to take the winery to the level that it needs to be successful and I need to focus on my family and other responsibilities."

07/30/18

07/30/18

expands in key urban markets, increasing retail partnerships and sharply growing sales

07/30/18

Set in a cluster of art-covered buildings that make up the Foundation property in the River Arts District, pl?b urban winery is far from the North Carolina vineyards that will provide it with the vast majority of its atypical wine grapes

07/30/18

Potential damage from spotted lanternfly could total $18 billion, wine grapes at risk

07/30/18

VWDC is a non-profit, non-inventory corporation, created by the Commonwealth of Virginia to provide wholesale distribution services for Virginia farm wineries. Small farm wineries had previously been exempt from the Commonwealth's distribution system of producers, distributors and retailers. Legislation passed in 2006 brought them under the traditional distribution system. VWDC was created in 2007 to ameliorate negative impact on smaller producers by allowing distribution of up to 3,000 cases of their own wine through the VWDC.

07/24/18

Wine lovers have another important stop to make on any trip to the southern USA now. There's officially a newly recognised wine region to visit; the Dahlonega Plateau in Georgia

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