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11/14/18

A GoFundMe Campaign has been launched that gives wine consumers across the country the opportunity to help fund a "Friend of the Court" Amicus brief in the upcoming Byrd v Tennessee Supreme Court case. The amicus brief will be entirely funded by wine consumers and will argue that state-based anti-consumer bans on wine shipping are not only unconstitutional but significantly harm consumers. The wine consumer GoFundMe campaign is accessed at: https://www.gofundme.com/wine-consumer-supreme-court-brief

11/12/18

Every year, Wine, Women & Shoes brings together nearly 600 guests, who spend the better part of a day shopping, drinking, noshing and partying. This year was no exception. The beneficiary of the event, of course, is Forty Carrots Family Center

11/08/18

In the Town of Mosheim, 407 people voted in favor of wine sales in grocery stores and 190 voted against, according to the unofficial results from the Greene County Election Commission. Seventy-seven percent of the Mosheim residents casting ballots at the Glenwood precinct voted in favor of the measure, and 67 percent of those voting in the Mosheim precinct voted for the wine sales in the referendum.

11/07/18

Virginia wine consultant purchases the state's second oldest active winery from Emma Randel, now 92 years young. She and her husband Jim first planted grapes in 1976 on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia that had been in her family since the mid-1800s and opened Shenandoah Vineyards in 1979. Shaps had been her wine consultant since 2010. Shaps took over management of the winery in August, and the sale was officially completed about two weeks ago.

11/06/18

Calling the proposed site "gorgeous," Washington County Planning Commission members Monday night unanimously approved a site plan for a winery and event center Montgomery County, Md., businessman Kevin Rowe has planned along Raven Rock Road.

11/05/18

Friends Fun Wine®, a 2018 World Wine Championship award-winning, lower-in-calorie, low-ABV, global beverage company, and FIFCO USA, a leading alcoholic beverage company, today announced their intent to enter into a strategic marketing and distribution agreement. The partnership allows the Friends Fun Wine brand to expand across the U.S. market. Friends Fun Wine features a collection of Fun Wine™ drinks with a 5.5% ABV and 71-94 calories per 4.2 oz serving, and a slight effervesce. The brand has created a new alternative beverage category in countries all over the world.

11/02/18

ePac Flexible Packaging is pleased to announce expansion into the Atlanta market. Order taking is now open, with fulfillment done by one of ePac's four other open locations until the plant is open in Gwinnett County in early 2019.

11/02/18

Like a ripe piece of cheese or a tasty hunk of steak, November pairs well with wine - and there are plenty of events this month to get you out to enjoy both.

11/02/18

Katie Galyon, 26, recently opened The Winery at The International Building in the former home of a historic and much-loved downtown Knoxville music venue and plans to make it both a private events space and a public bar.

11/01/18

The Tennessee Titans announced a new multi-year partnership with Wine by Design (WBD), a marketing and management company. To kick off the partnership, Wine By Design called upon award-winning winemaker Chris Cameron to craft a limited-edition California red wine, Tennessee Titans Reserve, to celebrate the team's 20 years as the Titans. Over the term of the partnership, WBD will expand the Tennessee Titans wine lineup, while working to create, develop and execute wine-centric programming and experiences for the team, the fans and the city.

10/31/18

From a Finger Lakes Pinot Noir to a Maryland pét-nat, wine professionals share their top picks

10/31/18

Of Disney parks, Epcot is certainly the one adults without kids are drawn to most-that is, if you're a drinking-around-the-world kind of person.

10/25/18

The seventh annual Southeastern United Grape & Wine Symposium will be held at Surry Community College on Wednesday, Nov. 7.

10/24/18

As part of the Harvest Kindness initiative, the Wine Reserve at Waterford and North Gate Vineyard will team up Nov. 10 to support local grape grower Jan Mathov and help purchase a wheelchair that will allow Mathov to safely manage the Waterford vineyard she owns with her husband.

10/22/18

Padilla's brand consultancy, Joe Smith, has helped the region establish a bold new story and visual identity that is currently coming to life through new video content, website, mobile app, and signature events all across the Commonwealth.

10/16/18

City Winery, which opened a 42,000-square-foot entertainment venue with a working winery and restaurant in Ivy City earlier this year, has partnered with nonprofit DC Vote to launch "The 51," a line of wines to support D.C. statehood.

10/16/18

Silverado Vineyards has appointed Gloria Rivera as Northeast District Sales Manager. She will be responsible for sales management for the states of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia.

10/16/18

Layton's Winery & Vineyard is donating a portion of its proceeds from selling its "Freedom" wine to the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitors Center in Cambridge.

10/12/18

The full extent of Michael's fury was only slowly becoming clear Thursday, with some of the hardest-hit areas difficult to reach with roads blocked by debris or water. An 80-mile (130-kilometer) stretch of Interstate 10, the main east-west route, was closed

10/12/18

Traditionally, 35 years is the coral anniversary, but organizers of the Maryland Wine Festival would likely rather mark the occasion with a variety of whites, reds and rosés.

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