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03/22/17

Years in the making, these ladies put the city's wine offerings on the map

03/22/17

An empire built on Tao-tinis and sea bass satay

03/21/17

Established in 1920, Champagne AR Lenoble is one of the last 100% family-owned, 100% independent producers in Champagne, making award-winning wines while managing 18 hectares of their own vineyards.

03/21/17

As it enlarges its salesforce to help manage the company's fine wine portfolio from family-owned wineries around the world, Import, Marketing and Sales company Quintessential has announced the addition of a national sales manager to its team.

03/21/17

As it enlarges its salesforce to help manage the company's fine wine portfolio from family-owned wineries around the world, import, marketing and sales company Quintessential has announced the addition of a new regional sales manager.

03/21/17

Four years ago, Philly Wine Week launched as a quiet, if adamant, answer to the annual juggernaut of Philly Beer Week, which celebrates "America's best beer drinking city."

03/20/17

This article is based on Alan Lakso's presentation at the recent BEV conference entitled "Vineyard Water Relations: Implications of the 2016 Drought."

03/20/17

03/17/17

Big retailers who sell beer illegally should pay fines, just like bodegas do

03/16/17

From Long Island to the Finger Lakes and beyond, it's a new day for New York wine. Check out some of the most exciting, vibrant, cool-climate reds around

03/14/17

Held in the Javits Center's 45,000-square-foot, glass-enclosed River Pavilion, Vinexpo New York will feature two days of business meetings, tastings, conferences, master classes and networking events. Its exhibition will showcase the newest wines and spirits introduced to the U.S. market.

03/14/17

The biggest winery and vineyard trade show in the East -- and the second largest in the nation -- is about ready to pop its cork in downtown Syracuse

03/14/17

Justine Vanden Heuvel has earned this year's research award from the New York Wine and Grape Foundation (NYWGF)

03/14/17

the very helpful graphic above that lets you know the amount of wine you need to buy based on how much snow you'll be getting

03/13/17

The New York Wine & Grape Foundation said a big "Thank You" to several individuals and businesses at its annual "Unity Banquet" Wednesday, March 1 at the Rochester Institute of Technology Conference Center, site of Cornell Cooperative Extension's 3-day B.E.V. NY symposium

03/13/17

The legislature's General Law Committee quietly killed Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's bill to change Connecticut's liquor laws Tuesday

03/13/17

Business at Hillcrest Beer Distributing in Lower Burrell took a hit after a law last year imposed tighter delivery restrictions on retail distributors

03/10/17

The longtime friends quietly opened Kulpmont Winery & Wine Favors in October and have steadily grown their operation into a thriving business.

03/10/17

Heard the one about Jersey's "red-oil slick"? How about "turnpike white"? Few, it seems, take New Jersey wines seriously. The state's wines have borne the brunt of many jokes.

03/09/17

"The book is an in-depth guide to visiting the craft beverage producers in the region," says Debbie Gioquindo, "Also included are sightseeing, farmer's markets, restaurant and lodging recommendations, to enjoy everything the region offers. Let me be your guide to the place I call home."

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