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12/13/19

The revisions to the transaction are to address competitive concerns raised by the FTC primarily related to the Sparkling Wine, Brandy, Dessert Wine, and Concentrate categories.

12/13/19

More than 60 women directors serving on S&P 500 boards gathered on October 3 at the WCD S&P 500 Director Summit, which took place at the Harvard Club in New York City.

12/13/19

With this unprecedented milestone for the sector, Cataluña's oldest winery once again proves its commitment to viticulture and its conversion to organic farming.

12/11/19

12/10/19

Two bipartisan bills (A3867 and S2496) introduced in 2018 would give New Jersey wine enthusiasts the same freedom of choice as in most states. But they've yet to come up for a vote or heard in committee while time runs out before the legislative session ends.

12/10/19

New York state lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow movie theaters to serve at alcohol

12/10/19

The "Slow philosophy" takes into consideration the wineries sustainable farming practices and the unique story that link them with the territory and its people.

12/10/19

Sarah Jessica Parker and Invivo & Co launched their new Sauvignon Blanc wine "Invivo X, Sarah Jessica Parker" on September 18th in New York City.

12/10/19

Cellar Watch is the latest acquisition by Vinous, the influential wine media company that acquired the apps Delectable and Banquet in 2016 and the International Wine Cellar publication in 2014.

12/09/19

Owner Ryuichi Nakano ran one of the most beloved sushi spots in North Seattle, Kisaku, for 16 years before he surprised patrons last fall by announcing that he was leaving Tangletown.

12/09/19

Rochester Institute of Technology's Pollution Prevention Institute's study completed in November looks at the cost of expanding New York's bottle deposit program. New York Department of Environmental Conservation had commissioned the study. The study estimates expanding the bottle bill would increase recycling rates of wine and liquor bottles by 65%. But it could also cost New York's over 4,500 wine and liquor stores $36 million in costs

12/06/19

Total Wine & More is looking to take its battle against Connecticut's minimum pricing rules to the U.S. Supreme Court. In an appeal filed December 3, Total presses its case that Connecticut's minimum pricing system violates federal anti-trust laws aimed at promoting competition.

12/06/19

The best bottles don't necessarily meet some objective standard. Instead, they are the ones that you can't forget, that have meaning and tell stories.

12/05/19

A conference call to discuss the financial results and outlook will be hosted by President and Chief Executive Officer Bill Newlands and Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer David Klein at 10:30 a.m. EST, January 8, 2020.

12/05/19

It still doesn't seem real. Dean & DeLuca-the gourmet grocer that began serving SoHo's bevy of artists and art dealers more than 40 years ago-has closed its flagship branch on the corner of Broadway and Prince. As of early October, its mountains of gourmet cheeses, its endless cases of cakes and pastries, and its baskets of obscure fruits and vegetables are all gone.

12/05/19

Huang, the owner of Plaza Bar & Liquors, had been one of the staunchest opponents of the local government's establishment of liquor distribution licenses in 2017. Citing a lack of explanation for creating the three new distribution licenses, Huang and two other local liquor store owners challenged their legality in a joint complaint adjudicated in the town's favor in September.

12/04/19

The grape growing season in the East and upper Midwest during 2019 has been "difficult" but the problems growers faced in the East were different than those in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. The only region reporting excellent quality grapes and good yields is Ohio, where sunshine, dry conditions, and cool nights created conditions for optimum fruit maturity. Harvest news from other northerly areas was not nearly as positive. The Mid-Atlantic region and southern New England had wet weather ... The Finger Lakes in New York had half the rainfall that region normally receives in September ... Pennsylvania experienced near-drought conditions ...

12/04/19

State asked RIT to study impacts of adding deposit to wine, spirit bottles

12/04/19

As part of this agreement, Kings & Convicts will retain all positions within Ballast Point's existing workforce, with plans to hire additional resources to support the future growth of the business.

11/26/19

Drizly conducted an in-depth study of more than 200 adults who manage or own independent liquor stores during May 2019, including retailers both on and off the Drizly platform.

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