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01/21/21

The aid, including a $50 million rehiring plan just for restaurants, are included in the budget Gov. Cuomo aired Tuesday.

01/20/21

More than 60 acres of historic vineyard and a home formerly occupied by the owners of the Castello di Borghese Vineyard and Winery in Cutchogue are for sale, asking $3.69 million.

01/19/21

Capalino partners with New York Wine & Grape Foundation to advance sustainability in New York

01/18/21

The Pennsylvania Wine Society (PWS), based in Harrisburg, has since 2003 started its year with Wine Excellence, a competition that only wineries in the state can enter.

01/15/21

Many wine conferences and educational programs have switched to virtual schedules. Online sessions aren't the same as being there in person, but there are advantages: Conference organizers have the option to include presenters based on their knowledge of the topic, not how much it would cost to bring them to a specific location. From enology, to viticulture, wine marketing and business, there are a wide variety of virtual programs anyone in the industry can attend. Check out this extensive, up-to-date conference roundup.

01/15/21

That includes eateries in the Onondaga County orange zone.

01/15/21

With England entering its third lockdown, Michelin-star eateries offer feasts to go to please wealthy clients

01/15/21

Pinnacle Ridge Winery in its next life will be the home of The Referend Bier Blendery, a New Jersey beer company that's heading across the river from its present location in Pennington, Mercer County.

01/15/21

For central Maryland's Boordy Vineyards, its 75th anniversary year was certainly memorable, just not for the reasons it expected.

01/14/21

New York's Spirited Away is a testament to the rapid ascension of the non-alcoholic category.

01/14/21

Video captured dancing, mask-less Republicans partying at Il Bacco in Queens.

01/14/21

The last time I saw Howard Goldberg was in July of 2018, just after his wife, Beatrice, passed away. They had been together close to 50 years ...

01/14/21

M. Shanken Communications, Inc. has announced that The 45th Annual Impact Marketing Seminar will now take place on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at the Pierre Hotel in New York City. While the Seminar was originally scheduled for March 4, due to the current Coronavirus situation, we feel it's in the best interest of everyone's safety that we move the event to the Fall.

01/14/21

Congressman Welch says Vermont beverage industry is in need of COVID-19 assistance.

01/13/21

ver-curious New Yorkers-fortunate beneficiaries of living in the nation's top natural wine market-can take full advantage of their access to an exceptional variety

01/13/21

Kyle Anne Pallischeck will lead the organization's efforts in raising the visibility and reputation of the Finger Lakes AVA, its wines and wineries. Pallischeck brings longtime local winery experience to the Wine Alliance.

01/12/21

"One time he mentioned to me that he had copies of all my catalogues, back to the very first one, and his plan was to donate them to the library at NYU. I mean, that was touching enough in itself, but ...."

01/11/21

Goldberg was an editor at the New York Times from 1970 to 2004. He began contributing wine articles in the mid-1980s and in 1987 wrote the Wine Talk column for a period. Goldberg was editor of The New York Times Book of Wine: More Than 30 Years of Vintage Writing, and wrote for Decanter.

01/08/21

To-go cocktails can be purchased, too

01/08/21

Direct shipping from wineries doesn't take business from local sellers | McIlhinney

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