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05/22/17

Cornell Cooperative Extension is seeking to hire a full-time viticulture specialist to give educational support and programming to grape growers

05/22/17

Total Wine & More has four outlets in Massachusetts, including one in Everett. Many of its outlets approach 50,000 square feet, or more than the average supermarket

05/22/17

in the U.S., its impact has been difficult to predic

05/17/17

Fourteen winery members of the Tri-County Grape Growers Association have launched a campaign to bring recognition to the Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir grapes grown in northeast Ohio.

05/16/17

In recognition of her major contributions to the state's wine and grape industries, Justine Vanden Heuvel has earned this year's research award from the New York Wine and Grape Foundation

05/16/17

A James Beard award semifinalist is in hot water with animal rights activists and the U.S. Department of Agriculture after illegally importing horse meat to serve at an event.

05/16/17

Someday we hope to get to France, but until then, we'll download Ella Fitzgerald's "I Love Paris," and head to Chautauqua County's Johnson Estate Winery for spring events with a distinctly Gallic flair.

05/15/17

Gather winemakers from 12 wineries in five states along with a few wine writers to taste through two dozen wines and - well, it's not exactly a party. But I can say that it's a lot of fun, and it's educational.

05/15/17

The owners of the Poconos' Mountain View Vineyard now have the winery of their dreams.

05/15/17

Crown has opened a greenfield plant in New York claiming demand for specialty can sizes is flourishing in the US as brand owners seek to refresh their packaging mix

05/12/17

Cure in Lawrenceville prepared horse tartare for a special dining event on Monday.

05/12/17

Cornell Cooperative Extension plans to increase services in rapidly growing region Read more at: https://www.winesandvines.com/template.cfm?section=news&content=184491 Copyright © Wines & Vines

05/12/17

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - The American Beverage Association reported spending about $1.7 million in the first quarter of this year to oppose Philadelphia's beverage tax, including ads on TV and radio.

05/11/17

Husband and Wife Pete and Erika Orlandella left city life in Boston to run a winery on Cape Cod 5 years ago and have never looked back.

05/11/17

Chelsea Drinks Projects (http://chelseadrinks.com) is excited to announce its debut collaboration with Rhône Valley Wines for a two-weeklong engagement

05/10/17

What started as a hobby for owner Bob Stoudt, a lifelong resident of Upper Bern Township, became Bashore & Stoudt Country Winery in 1999 when Stoudt partnered with longtime friend David Bashore.

05/10/17

From May 10 to June 18, Jet will have a food-themed concept shop in Manhattan which showcases artisanal accessories, cookbooks, and kitchen appliances. Most of the items are pretty quirky, like face masks made from tomatoes, kale-flavored chocolate bars, socks with ice cream prints, and banana-shaped flasks.

05/09/17

New Jersey become the 44th state to allow direct wine shipments. However, it put a limit in the law to allow some, but not all, wineries to participate. New Jersey and Ohio remain the only states banning winery-to-consumer shipments from larger wineries producing more than 250,000 gallons (or 106,000 cases) each vintage by imposing a "capacity cap"

05/09/17

So now that Pennsylvania's Wine Marketing and Research Board (WMRB) knows it's receiving a big part of the $1 million from the Pa. Liquor Control Board that will fund marketing, research and education, how will the money be spent?

05/08/17

Preliminary plans for a farm winery along Misty Hill Drive have been submitted to Harris Township and are moving through the review process

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