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04/24/18

Vintners in New York State's Capital region seek the green light from federal officials to be able to place their winegrowing area on their wine bottle labels

04/20/18

Welch's - which is owned by the US National Grape Co-operative - has unveiled its new global ingredients strategy, with expansion in Japan and an examination of the potential in China high on the agenda.

04/20/18

Frenchette, in TriBeCa, has been one of the most eagerly anticipated restaurants in New York this spring, and why not?

04/20/18

Schumer says the lab, the Grape Genetics Research Unit (GGRU) located at the New York State Agriculture Experiment Station, is working to "revolutionize" the grape and wine industry -- a critical industry for the Finger Lakes.

04/20/18

Delaware is one of only six states that still prohibit winery-to-consumer shipments. Direct wine shipping bills have been introduced before the Delaware General Assembly for a decade, but each has failed to make it out of committee. But that could change in 2018. On Wednesday, April 25, House Bill 165 will be heard by the House Administration Committee. Delaware's wine lovers are invited to make comment in person, by email and by phone

04/20/18

"It's really time for an image change to the New York Wine and Culinary Center," Constellation CEO Rob Sands said at an event Tuesday morning at the South Main Street site that was attended by regional business and government leaders

04/19/18

Concord grapes have provided the economic backbone for communities in the Lake Erie region of New York for more than 200 years. But a dramatic reduction in nationwide juice consumption is straining the industry

04/19/18

In a case closely watched by the US beer industry, Massachusetts alcohol officials have determined that a local beer wholesaler owned by Anheuser-Busch is not liable under state anti-pay-to-play rules for giving away nearly $1 million in equipment to beer retailers

04/19/18

Premium wine brand featuring beautiful aromas and luxurious flavors poured across the festival as the official wine

04/19/18

What has been extremely interesting is that over the past six months, few winemakers have even mentioned planting red grapes

04/17/18

The Italian restaurant chain, with locations from New England to Virginia, said it had reached a tentative deal to sell its assets to Right Lane Dough Acquisitions LLC, which expects to continue the business

04/16/18

Glades Pike Winery in Somerset attracted close to 600 people to its premises on Saturday and Sunday who came to enjoy a variety of vintages from western Pennsylvania wineries. Produced by Cody McDevitt.

04/16/18

There are no grapevines growing in a local vineyard. There are no tanks with fermenting grapes waiting to be siphoned into bottles

04/13/18

Organizers say participants will identify challenges, as well as ways to expand the industry and boost the agricultural economy. State Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball is scheduled to attend, along with representatives from Welch's, the New York Wine & Grape Foundation and Cornell University.

04/13/18

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today welcomed local officials and the public to the grand opening of a Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection store at Shoppes at Belmont, 1565 Fruitville Pike, Lancaster

04/12/18

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham residents Ben Von Doussa and John Barton came before the Borough of Chatham Council on Monday night to explain that they have recently obtained a license from New Jersey to sell out-of-state wine and will soon be open for business

04/11/18

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) announced that 2018 Wine Week celebrations will start with a visit from John Legend, who will appear at Philadelphia magazine's Wine Festival presented by Lexus at Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday, May 3

04/11/18

For 17 years, Mr. Spatola was the president and CEO of Spatola Wines Inc., the family's wine and spirits business. The enterprise in Downingtown was founded in 1900, and he became the third generation of the family to run it.

04/10/18

04/09/18

While French Huguenots planted the region's first vines in 1677 the area is still better known for apples than grapes. However, today there are a dedicated group of winemakers who are focused on quality and on elevating the reputation of the region and one sees the Hudson Valley popping up on the wine lists of top New York City restaurants with greater frequency

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