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12/06/16

Supervisor Scott Russell, speaking to a business group this morning, doubled down on his proposal to implement a moratorium on new plans for wineries, farm breweries and distilleries.

12/06/16

Bad news for vino lovers: Drinking white wine could increase your risk of skin cancer.

12/06/16

A pair of applications for new winery tasting rooms and production centers drew some fiery language, including a tense exchange between one of the applicants' attorney and the Planning Board, as public hearings for the projects continued Monday evening

12/03/16

Peter Burford, owner and publisher of Burford books, tends to choose books for his list that he'd like to have on his own shelves.

12/02/16

"It comes down to being able to have enough coverage area to serve as many folks as we can, reliably, and additionally, making sure we have the right retail partners in place," he said. "We're only as good as our retail partnerships."

12/02/16

as the company presses its assertion that state regulations previously allowed the out-of-state sale

12/01/16

After a rehearing on LaBelle Winery's proposal to expand its facility, local zoning officials have once again granted all of the necessary variances for the development to proceed

11/30/16

Beth and Rick Watt are three years into their "retirement" plan, building a business that is showing a 35 percent growth in sales compared to 2015

11/29/16

Don Tony Perez is a wine wholesaler offering Chilean wines made from cabernet sauvignon and syrah grapes, among other varieties.

11/29/16

Wine merchant Linda Collier has spent 35 years living the dream

11/29/16

As the craft beer business continues to grow, one longstanding issue could thwart further expansion and possibly put small brewers out of business.

11/28/16

N.Y. Wine & Grape Foundation among industry associations to receive funding

11/28/16

While urban wineries have become trendy in big cities, urban farm wineries are relatively uncommon. Urban wineries usually make wines from grapes grown elsewhere. A New York farm winery license, however, requires the winery to grow at least some of its own fruit

11/28/16

Buddy Boy Winery is celebrating five years in business with a three-day extravaganza outside Duncannon, Perry County, that began Friday at 10 a.m

11/22/16

The Pennsylvania General Assembly has once again taken up the Herculean task of modernizing the ­commonwealth's Liquor Code. While this summer's Act 39 was focused on wine, Act 166, which Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law on Nov. 15, zeroes in on beer. Like Act 39, Act 166 brings the promise of more convenience and choice to Pennsylvania's alcohol consumers as well as many new business opportunities both inside and outside the commonwealth

11/22/16

New Jersey Wine Week, observed Nov. 14-21, is a joint promotional effort between the state Department of Agriculture and the Garden State Wine Growers Association, designed to raise awareness and appreciation of the state's wine industry, according to a press release from the association

11/21/16

"So far, the PLCB has issued approximately 280 wine expanded permits to restaurant licensees, including grocery stores, convenience stores, and traditional restaurants."

11/21/16

Maybe someday soon Pennsylvania will allow adults to check out from the grocery story with a bottle of wine or beer right next to the milk, bread and eggs

11/17/16

Proprietors claim they were defrauded by giant liquor distributor

11/16/16

Act 39 Focuses on Supermarket sales, longer hours and DTC shipments

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