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07/27/17

A Boston judge has ruled that Massachusetts alcohol retailers can legally sell booze at deep discounts when they order it in bulk, rebutting state regulators who said the practice can violate a state law that prohibits selling alcohol at less than cost

07/27/17

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is flexing its new price-negotiating powers with suppliers of best-selling brands. The result could end up costing consumers more starting next month.

07/26/17

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation approving the sales on Tuesday

07/25/17

Scientists at Cornell University are bringing a new seedless table grape to market and they're inviting the public to help name it

07/24/17

the Finger Lakes transplants have an interesting background unrelated to wine

07/24/17

Head sommelier at Rouge Tomate Chelsea in NYC Pascaline Lepeltier announced today her departure from the company after 10 years. Speaking with Pascaline on her announcement, we discover the reason for the change, the development of the wine list, and what's next in store

07/21/17

after the town's zoning board ruled the winery to be in violation of an acreage requirement. The town of Southold requires that wineries and their casing rooms have 10 acres of connected land.

07/20/17

Breakthru already had a presence in 15 states and Washington, D.C.

07/20/17

Since 1972, the program has released roughly 60 new grape varieties

07/19/17

Mahesh Lekkala owns five liquor stores in New Jersey, one of which has a wine bar. Now he has brought his chain, Wine Legend, to Downtown Brooklyn

07/19/17

Shinn Estate succeeded in making excellent wine, putting Long Island on the map as a destination for sustainable wine. But they didn't just succeed at making wine

07/19/17

At 54, Beach decided to open what would become Oneida County's first winery (there is now another one in Utica.) She developed a business plan and secured a $100,000 grant from the Mohawk Valley Regional Economic Development Center.

07/18/17

Several issues are hurting honeybee populations - including extreme weather and pesticides - but a recent study by the New York State Beekeeper Tech Team led by scientists from Cornell University has brought attention to a bigger problem - the varroa mite

07/17/17

Celebrate summer with bubbly from the specialists at Southold's Sparkling Pointe

07/17/17

the Finger Lakes region has seen an unusual amount of rain this spring and early summer. Flash floods have caused damage to property in a matter of minutes, and we've even seen a drop in visitation

07/14/17

In a press release, the mall's owner PREIT said the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has signed a lease to open a 11,500 square-foot store. The store will be located adjacent to Dick's Sporting Goods in a new section that faces Hartzdale Drive and is currently under construction.

07/13/17

In early May, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy stopped at the Jones Winery in Shelton to kick off the 2017 Passport to Connecticut Farm Wineries Program. While winery owner Jamie Jones acknowledged that his place was chosen to accommodate the governor's schedule - Malloy was slated to appear at another event in Stamford and this was the closest winery on his route - Jones appreciated the attention that the governor's stop generated for himself and the wine industry in Fairfield County.

07/12/17

07/11/17

Museum workers in New Jersey broke through a Prohibition-era wall and a locked wooden cage to discover over 50 bottles and 42 demijohns of rare Madeira wine dating back as early as 1769.

07/11/17

A restoration project at a New Jersey museum unearthed cases of wine nearly as old as the United States.

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