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06/21/18

Southold Town board members Tuesday night expressed little tolerance for the growing presence of food trucks at wineries, and one said citations to trucks or winery owners could start soon

06/20/18

Can Do launches with two canned wines, a Dry Rosé and Moscato, in 375ml cans, sold singly and in four packs. Riesling, Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc are are coming soon, with an anticipated canning in a few weeks.

06/20/18

Beginning July 7, North Fork Link will provide East End tourists with a shuttle service on Saturdays throughout the summer - free of charge and without reservations

06/19/18

Canned wines are becoming a wine category in itself. With no other Finger Lakes farm winery capitalizing on the trend, Bellangelo and its sister brand Scooter Wines, decided the time was right

06/18/18

July 17, 2018, 12:45 PM - 3:00 PM

06/18/18

Fire broke out overnight at a popular New Jersey liquor store leading to residents being urged to keep away as firefighters knocked down the flames

06/15/18

538 New Craft Beverage Manufacturers Have Opened Since the Governor's First Beer, Wine, Spirits and Cider Summit in 2012 108 New Craft Beverage Manufacturers Have Opened in the Last Year

06/13/18

Wineries are major tourist attractions across the country. But vacationing Delawareans are in for a rude awakening if they decide to ship a case back home. The state currently prohibits direct shipments of wine to Delaware residents.

06/13/18

A Long Island town is looking to prohibit the proliferation of food trucks on a section of the area's winery trail

06/11/18

Waters Crest Winery, a family-run Cutchogue winemaker that operated on the North Fork for nearly two decades, is closing its doors and discontinuing the brand, owner Jim Waters said Thursday.

06/11/18

06/11/18

Susan Hayes focused on a key trait of the organization members, "the ability to see the low road but take the high road."

06/11/18

One of the grant projects recommended for approval by the Pennsylvania Wine Marketing and Research Board and funded by Gov. Tom Wolf through the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board last month is a mid-July national conference in King of Prussia

06/07/18

"House Bill 165 is a carryover from 2017 and would, if passed, replace Delaware's archaic ban on winery direct shipments with language proven successful in the majority of U.S. states," said Jeremy Benson, executive director of Free the Grapes! a national, grassroots coalition of consumers, wineries and retailers fighting to change the law.

06/06/18

A pop-up rosé mansion, which plans to educate visitors about "the history, science and economics" of rosé, is due to open in New York next month, complete with a blending workshop, gold chandelier swing and pink wine bar.

06/06/18

The 2016 vintage has earned accolades in Wine Spectator, with one wine setting a new high rating for the Finger Lakes region. In all, 22 wines from 2016 have been given outstanding ratings of 90 or higher on the magazine's 100-point scale.

06/05/18

The seal-which features a soaring hawk, several species of which are indigenous to the Hudson Valley region and are integral to the area's vibrant and thriving ecosystem-guarantees that 85% of the grapes used in making the wine are grown in the Hudson Valley and that the wine has been aged for at least 12 months. The hawk icon symbolizes the unified commitment of Coalition members to grow and produce Cabernet Franc wines that capture the region's terroir in every sip.

06/04/18

Called Open Source, the four Chardonnays were tasted along with seven other reds and whites (and roses) from each of the four wineries. Per a story written in April, they began this effort by blending a half-ton of Chardonnay grapes from each of their vineyards and then letting the four winemakers produce that wine in their own style, amounting to a barrel apiece. After Sunday, each of the wineries will have its Open Source Chardonnay available for purchase in its tasting room.

05/31/18

As a result of the state's desire to protect its profitability and brand equity, in February of this year the NHLC tried to pass Senate Bill 353, which would have banned out-of-state retail shipments to consumers and it didn't pass. Then in May, in another attempt to reduce interstate shipping, an amendment to House Bill 1626 was introduced at the request of the NHLC that says that the Commission may deny an interstate shipping permit to out-of-state retailers who don't extend reciprocal shipping privileges.

05/30/18

Governor John Carney signed House Bill 284 into action, allowing customers to take an opened bottle of wine home from wineries.

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