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02/22/17

mark your calendars for the Jersey Shore Wine Festival at Tropicana Atlantic City noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25 to 26.

02/22/17

Once again, the state legislature has an opportunity to fix an antiquated liquor minimum-pricing law that hurts consumers - and at the same time create a way for the state to gain some much-needed tax revenue

02/22/17

For six years, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has complained that Connecticut consumers pay too much for liquor because of the state's 36-year-old minimum price law for wine and spirits

02/21/17

CellarPass, the leading online booking and guest management platform for the fine beverage industry announces their first-ever national roadshow, hosting tourism seminars designed for winery and tasting room owners in California, Oregon, Washington, Texas, New York and Virginia.

02/21/17

The Pennsylvania Wine Marketing and Research Board (PA WMRB) annually awards researchers and graduate students grants to explore pertinent topics to the Pennsylvania wine industry. For the 2016 - 2017 fiscal year, four projects were awarded industry-funded grants. Results from these four projects will be presented at the 2017 Symposium, co-hosted by the PA WMRB, Penn State Extension, and the Pennsylvania Winery Association (PWA)

02/21/17

Another holiday weekend has passed by without the former Revel Casino Hotel re-opening for business on the Atlantic City boardwalk.

02/21/17

Your next chardonnay could come in a cone or a small dish if a pair of state lawmakers have their way.

02/15/17

In Pennsylvania, it's a concept akin to the mythical El Dorado. Lawmakers have worked for decades to privatize the state-run stores to no avail. Last year, the Legislature expanded wine sales to grocery stores as part of sweeping reforms under Act 39, but the state stores remain.

02/14/17

The Grape Discovery Center in Westfield recently received its Farm Winery License, which allows the center to sell New York state wines, spirits, craft beer and cider by the bottle for consumption away from the center

02/14/17

When it opens in March, Pennsylvania Libations in the Strip District will be the first privately owned state store to sell only "Pennsylvania spirits, wines, ciders and meads from Philadelphia to Scranton to Bethlehem down to State College back to Kane, Pa., then to Conneaut Lake and then back down to Pittsburgh," owner Christian Simmons told KDKA money editor Jon Delano on Monday.

02/08/17

Kosher Wine Consumption In The US Is Outpacing General Market Consumption By More Than 100% With An Average Price Per Bottle Of $20+ Due To Growing Consumer Demand & Industry Accolades.

02/06/17

Ending the sales tax on beer sold in Rhode Island liquor stores is on the agenda of some Republican state legislators

02/03/17

"We lost a part of New York today when we lost Frankie. There's nobody like him, he's an icon."

02/03/17

Investment to enhance customer service and facilitate growth in the New York Metro market

02/02/17

As more big chains expand in the Massachusetts alcohol market, state regulators are cracking down on their aggressively low prices, enforcing a longstanding rule that bans retailers from selling alcohol for less than what they paid.

02/01/17

Why You Like the Wines You Like celebrates diversity of wine and wine lover preferences.

02/01/17

Penn State University Extension will present a pruning demonstration for orchard owners and employees, presented in Spanish and English. The demo will be held on March 1 from 10 a.m. to noon at Scholl Orchards in Bethlehem, PA.

01/31/17

he rare few who have been allowed to visit the historic cellars in the past half century say they can still sense the spirits ...

01/27/17

The Experience of Finger Lakes Wine, or The Reason I Put Up With New York Winters.

01/27/17

The trail sports 21 vendors, including several in Ontario and Wayne counties

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