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06/21/19

Bill Newlands, president and chief executive officer, is joining CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ - the largest CEO-driven business commitment to advance diversity and inclusion within the workplace.

06/21/19

06/21/19

When the summer sun mellows, these lucky grapes will be harvested and blended into wine.

06/21/19

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act introduced a number of reforms, including the notorious $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions, which has caused Americans to look into establishing legal primary residences in states where they can limit their liabilities

06/20/19

Gov. Tom Wolf's former chief of staff Mary Isenhour on Wednesday was confirmed to a four-year term on the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

06/20/19

"Seneca Lake tended to retard bud break until the 10th or 15th of May," said Osborn, whose winery rests on the western slope of the lake. "In the last eight years we've noticed bud break is happening in late April or the first few days in May. And there's still an opportunity for frost up until the 15th of May."

06/20/19

The FBI is reportedly analyzing alcohol samples from at least one minibar at the popular Bahia PrĂ­ncipe resort in the Dominican Republic to see if hotel booze is, in fact, to blame for the country's recent string of tourist deaths.

06/20/19

The New York Wine and Grape Foundation (NYWGF) is proud to announce this year's impressive roster of judges for the annual New York Wine Classic competition.

06/20/19

This week's stormy weather pattern in the northeastern United States is coming to an end, but not before severe thunderstorms and isolated tornadoes threaten on Thursday.

06/19/19

TVB (www.tvb.org), the trade association of America's local broadcast television industry, announced today that David Buonfiglio has been named Vice President, Digital, a new position at TVB.

06/19/19

Entries are now officially open for the 9th annual New York World Wine & Spirits Competition (NYWSC), taking place on August 21 and 22. This marks the second year with full ownership by The Tasting Alliance, parent company of the San Francisco World Spirits Competition (SFWSC), San Francisco International Wine Competition (SFIWC), and Singapore World Spirits Competition (SWSC)

06/19/19

Gov. Andrew Cuomo reached an agreement with legislative leaders over a bill to slash New York's greenhouse gas emissions, setting the stage for one of the most significant state climate victories since President Trump took office.

06/18/19

Why pay-to-play is a race to the bottom, how to engage influencers, and other intel gleaned from leading drinks industry experts

06/17/19

For anyone who has driven to Cashtown, Adams County, to experience one of the region's best winery views, you might want to get out there another time or two this summer.

06/17/19

New York City is a uniquely privileged wine market. We have a plethora of imbibing options as it is, and the advent of the Coravin has expanded our possibilities. One of the joys of wine bars is the chance to experience something new or otherwise inaccessible at a rather low risk.

06/14/19

John Zuccarino, owner of Silver Springs Winery in Burdett, filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in response to an alleged incident from September 2018 and its aftermath.

06/14/19

New York Farm Bureau projections say FFLPA will cost Empire State growers an additional $300 million in annual overtime labor costs, resulting in an across the board 23% hit to farm income. That's something the more urban-minded New York representatives and senators may think is an exaggeration. That's a natural result of the long-standing disconnect of modern Americans with agriculture. It can foster a lack of trust on both sides.

06/13/19

Jiji has maintained a notebook recording the annual harvest and the makeup of the harvest crew over the years. That first year it was just him and one of his daughters. But the whole family usually pitches in for harvest day, typically on a weekend in late August or early September.

06/12/19

Wine Water, Ltd., parent company of O.Vine, Inc., launches Chardonnay- and Cabernet Sauvignon-essence water to refresh the "infused water" landscape. The two alcohol-free beverages are comprised of a unique concert of purified water and hidden nutritional benefits of upcycled wine grape residue and will be introduced at the Summer Fancy Food Show June 23-25 in New York, booth #3809

06/12/19

An expansive yet accessible gem, more than 140 wineries are spread throughout the American Viticultural Area (AVA), though the majority are clustered around the stunning scenery of the Cayuga, Keuka and Seneca Lakes.

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