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04/21/21

Starting this summer, Mississippi will allow home delivery of liquor, beer, wine or light spirits from local package stores or retailers.

04/20/21

At the Roseland Polo School, you can get up on a horse with a mallet in hand on day one, giving the average person an inside look at the experience of the sport of polo.

04/19/21

Some blame jobless benefits, but other factors also at play.

04/19/21

While organizations are certainly free to encourage their employees, students, and other members to be vaccinated, federal law provides that, at least until the vaccine is licensed, individuals must have the option to accept or decline to be vaccinated.

04/19/21

The seafood place invested $30,000 to purchase the electronic workers, who perform various tasks

04/16/21

"Free tastings are on the outs, and paid tasting flights will become the norm."

04/16/21

some retailers didn't particularly like that Gallo got special permission to operate three South Carolina tasting rooms?

04/16/21

"Covid hits, and all of a sudden this becomes the Garden of Eden."

04/16/21

The Bardstown Bourbon Company recently released its second collaboration with The Prisoner Wine Company. The new release is a 100-proof, ten-year-old Tennessee bourbon aged for 18 months in French Oak red wine barrels used to age the wine company's product, The Prisoner Red Blend.

04/15/21

and the labor market also improved as more people returned to work.

04/15/21

"Our industry is strongest when we work on issues together to drive smart regulations with balanced and responsible alcohol distribution systems."

04/15/21

Sponsored by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal, the program recognizes outstanding U.S. private companies and the achievements of their management teams.

04/15/21

Raffaldini Vineyards has this nickname of Chianti in the Carolinas, and it doesn't take long to figure out why, beginning with the terrain that mimics Tuscany and a tasting room that would look right at home in one of the hill towns outside Florence.

04/14/21

EU Trade Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis proposal for a six-month suspension of the mutual tariffs, as reported by Der Spiegel on April 10, 2021[1], consistent with his earlier remarks on January 25, 2021, at the Foreign Affairs Council on Trade on suspending all mutual tariffs including the Airbus/Boeing tariffs.[2]

04/14/21

Jaime Araujo, CEO and Vintner of Trois Noix, is proud to announce its new distribution partnership with Cellar Distributing based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

04/14/21

One of the country's largest food festivals thought it had devised a smart approach to keeping guests safe during its upcoming event: Require a negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination. But Florida's governor may have complicated the South Beach Wine & Food Festival's plan for 2021.

04/13/21

"Truth Farm," an art installation dedicated to conversations about immigration, sits nestled between hills on a family farm located within the Trump Winery property. On April 10, a crowd of about 50 gathered near a greenhouse for conversation and a shared meal atop a 90-by-20-foot sculpture that spells out "TRUTH."

04/13/21

Consumer prices shot higher in March, given a boost by a strong economic recovery and year-over-year comparisons to a time when the Covid-19 pandemic was about to throttle the U.S. economy, the Labor Department reported Tuesday.

04/12/21

Disruptions in the global supply chain are causing delayed shipments of new vintages because of a shortage of containers

04/12/21

Amazon.com Inc. always had the upper hand in its high-profile battle with the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union over its fulfillment center in Bessemer, Alabama. It had the deeper ...

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