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06/24/19

Brown-Forman recently announced their fiscal year 2019 Distributor of the Year and Broker of the Year awards.

06/24/19

The prospective buyers of one of the region's largest and highest-priced residential listings have wedding bells and vino in mind for the 60-acre riverside estate.

06/24/19

Over 60 growers, scientists and experts from the field of viticulture met on June 14 for the Maryland Grape Growers Association summer field day at Robin Hill Farm and Vineyards

06/18/19

Hemsworth Communications announced the appointment of veteran food, wine and travel journalist and destination marketing specialist Charlene Peters as managing partner.

06/18/19

News outlets report the partial collapse of the O.Z. Tyler Distillery rickhouse was reported early Monday. Master Distiller Jacob Call says around 20,000 barrels are stored at the location and it appears that about 4,000 were affected. He says it appears most barrels remain intact.

06/18/19

Wine has a social aspect to it that keeps people together, sharing stories about different wines they've tried and sellers they've met, said Marc Sauter, advance master sommelier candidate.

06/17/19

It was "a really incredible evening down at the Russian Embassy," according to David Collins, winemaker at Big Cork Vineyards in Rohrersville.

06/14/19

The business is better known as Whitebarrel, one of the first vineyard wineries to open in Montgomery County in 2011. It was then called Attimo Winery.

06/13/19

Wally's closed in August and longtime owner Linda Updike sold the property at 1001 N. Mills Ave. to Minesh Patel, owner of a local landscaping company.

06/12/19

With the aid of a last-minute $1 million donation, the 14th-annual Florida Panhandle event raised a record amount for local children's charities

06/12/19

Shaw Ross International Importers, LLC today announced that Vinny Ferrone has been named Senior Vice-President Eastern Region which encompasses Maine to Florida.

06/12/19

The ability of Florida wine lovers to now legally receive wine shipments from out-of-state wine retailers and wine stores instead of only wineries means they will have access to hundreds of thousands of imported, small production, hard-to-find, rare and collectible wines that are not distributed in the state ...

06/10/19

A string of natural disasters has hit the Central U.S. in recent weeks. Tornadoes have devastated communities, tearing up trees and homes. Record rainfall has prevented countless farmers from planting crops. Rising rivers continue to flood fields, inundate homes and threaten aging levees from Iowa to Mississippi.

06/07/19

Corporate supplier diversity programs can provide qualified women-owned businesses with a pathway to become official providers of goods or services to companies.

06/05/19

For the first time, spotted lanternfly (SLF), Lycorma delicatula, has been found on a cultivated crop in Virginia. The invasive pest, which was found on a table grape arbor this past weekend by Virginia Tech Entomology Professor Douglas Pfeiffer, was first found in Frederick County in January

06/05/19

David L. King, the patriarch of King Family Vineyards, an advocate and champion of Virginia's wine industry and a supporter of the Albemarle County Sheriff's Office search and rescue team, died May 2 after a long battle with cancer, according to family members. King, 64, planted the original vineyard at the Crozet winery after he and his wife, Ellen, bought their Roseland Farm property outside of Yancey Mills in 1996.

06/04/19

The educational initiative, which includes career panels, alcohol safety education, and hospitality-focused field trips, reached more than 260 female students across 10 high schools in South Florida, who learned about various hospitality career paths, and were inspired to pursue future educational and professional job opportunities. This was the first year of a three-year commitme

06/03/19

Chancellors and school presidents approved the revised rules - the vote wasn't unanimous - during the conference's annual spring meetings. The changes are expected to enhance events and create a new revenue stream at a time when schools are spending more on coaches, improving facilities and preparing for the possibility of having to pay players.

06/03/19

A short video clip shared by the Clearwater Police Department reveals the alligator was covered in red wine.

06/03/19

Chancellors and school presidents approved the revised rules - the vote wasn't unanimous - during the conference's annual spring meetings. The changes are expected to enhance events and create a new revenue stream at a time when schools are spending more on coaches, improving facilities and preparing for the possibility of having to pay players.

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