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03/01/17

Grapevine diseases, pests and new research-plus ways to handle possible frosts

03/01/17

"We are confident that our new and existing distributor partners will grow and develop our portfolio of fine wines throughout the country in a meaningful and long-lasting way"

02/28/17

With its first classes just approved and students already lining up, MTSU celebrated the announcement of its new fermentation science bachelor's degree program with industry partners and state officials Monday (Feb. 27) in the Science Building.

02/28/17

He has acknowledged his bills would help liquor store owners but said that because the bills apply to all liquor store owners - not just his own stores - they raise no ethics concerns.

02/28/17

" ... this bill will put many good old-fashioned farmers straight out of business"

02/28/17

Spring appears to be arriving well before its official March 20 start date across almost the entire Southeast, from San Antonio to Atlanta to Washington, DC, and is likely to keep rolling north, already bringing surprising signs of spring to portions of the central Midwest and northeastern states.

02/27/17

Hiwassee is now the most awarded wine in the state of Tennessee in part thanks to region's unique landscape

02/23/17

Proposed state legislation-subject of recent controversy-would benefit other businesses as well as the major alcohol retailer, supporters say

02/23/17

On Feb. 18 the Zoning Commission unanimously approved the submitted plans for a new-construction building at the Yards on the southwest corner of 4th and Water Streets, SE, that is to be home to District Winery, DC's first-ever winery (at least, as far as the owners can tell)

02/23/17

Rep. Lynn Greer, R-Rogersville, said today his bill to allow wineries to operate in dry counties isn't going anywhere

02/22/17

Eat. Drink. Educate. February 22 - 26, 2017

02/21/17

CellarPass, the leading online booking and guest management platform for the fine beverage industry announces their first-ever national roadshow, hosting tourism seminars designed for winery and tasting room owners in California, Oregon, Washington, Texas, New York and Virginia.

02/21/17

The H-2 visa program has brought more than 100,000 foreigners into the U.S. annually since 2003

02/21/17

The governor of Virginia, Terence Richard McAuliffe, came to San Francisco this month to celebrate and pour the four Virginia wines that won medals in the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. He stressed the state's historical ties and said that partially as a result the winery business was booming

02/21/17

Virginia Farm Bureau Federation leaders say new data emphasizes the contributions of immigrants to Virginia agriculture and the need for immigration reform

02/21/17

They tried to stop Donald Trump in the primaries. Old story.

02/21/17

Warm weather is attracting crowds to wineries across central Virginia, but some of those vineyards worry the heat may end up costing crops

02/17/17

Constellation Brands, Inc. (NYSE:STZ and STZ.B), a leading beverage alcohol company, announced today that David Klein, chief financial officer, will present at the Consumer Analyst Group of New York (CAGNY) conference on Thursday, February 23, 2017

02/17/17

Trump wines available on the Virginia ABC website range from a $13.79 bottle of Trump Winery Chardonnay made with "100 percent estate-grown grapes from the coolest terroirs in our vineyard," to a $26.29 bottle of Trump SP Blanc De Blanc. Spokespeople for the national retail stores said the reason for the pullback was based on declining sales of Trump-related brands. In contrast, sales of Trump wine more than doubled from 2015 to 2016, according to Virginia ABC spokesperson Valerie Hubbard.

02/15/17

Latino immigrants across Washington plan to skip work on Thursday as part of a "Day Without Immigrants" campaign aimed at showing their economic power and protesting Donald Trump's immigration policies.

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