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09/19/17

If you have ever enjoyed the distinctively tangy-sweet taste of concord grape juice, it might have been from the fruit that David C. Nichols grew

09/19/17

Pennsylvania restaurateurs are alarmed by changes the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is making to the way they buy wines and spirits that are not carried by state stores

09/18/17

While autumn is an exceptionally busy time for wineries trying to balance entertaining visitors in their tasting rooms with harvesting grapes for the next vintage, it is also the ideal season to observe the winemaking process in action.

09/15/17

with Trade Tastings across NY State and Restaurant Pop-Up in NYC

09/15/17

Aged in stainless steel with oak chips and made from 85% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and 15% Syrah grapes, the new addition joins M+L's red and white French-American blends, along with their unoaked Long Island Chardonnay, and Languedoc Rosé.

09/13/17

The employee who Debboli spoke with said the delay was due to a recent death in the family which required their full attention

09/13/17

Supervisors must determine whether the business needs to obtain a conditional-use permit for wineries in order to stay open. The supervisors passed such an ordinance in May 2016 after Wooden Door Winery had been open for several years

09/12/17

Nobody credits landlords when restaurant leases are signed or renewed ...

09/12/17

Babbo effectively invented the regional Italian wine list-a formula that has since inspired an endless wave of successors (among them, Danny Meyers' Maialino and Michael White's Ai Fiori)

09/12/17

Researchers at the University of New Hampshire are studying eight grape varieties to see which are best suited for growing in the state and in much of the rest of New England

09/11/17

The third annual Beaver Wine Festival returns for five hours of wine sampling from 15 Pennsylvania wineries.

09/11/17

the Garden State has become a destination for winery tours and tastings

09/07/17

They are hand distilling tasty, award winning spirits one drop at a time

09/06/17

-H3891 Allows MA Retailers To Ship Out and Out-of-State Retailers To Ship In-

09/05/17

Latif Jiji planted his first vine in the backyard of his East 92nd Street brownstone in 1977. Forty years later, those vines now climb nearly 60 feet up the back of his home and another 45 feet along his roof dec

09/05/17

A new state-designated wine trail will be a "loudspeaker" encouraging people to visit Saratoga County and the surrounding area, a local vineyard owner say

09/05/17

New Jersey is receiving a great deal of acclaim for their vineyards with award-winning wines being produced every day

09/05/17

"Selling liquor licenses to private retailers would generate hundreds of millions of dollars for state coffers. More important, allowing competition would result in lower prices, greater selection, and better service for consumers"

09/05/17

There was to be a larger celebration with music by Side Show Willie, Mexican food, henna tattoos and other activities, but the festivities were postponed due to rainy weather on Sunday ...

09/05/17

On the eve of her departure from Rouge Tomate Chelsea, Loire Valley native and Master Sommelier Pascaline Lepeltier talks with Jane Gladstone about economics, biodynamic chenin and her next steps.

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