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05/29/18

If running marathon's isn't exactly your thing, then you're in luck at the Salem Glen Winery, where they decided to roll out an inaugural event on Saturday.

05/29/18

The former Entenmann family property, which included the Martha Clara Vineyards, was acquired by a family with winemaking operations in Mexico. Riverhead Town approvals are pending

05/25/18

The Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office charged Robert Fenstermaker and Thomas Scholl with theft, tampering with public records and two counts of conspiracy in connection to the alleged nearly year-long scam. District Judge Jacob Hammond arraigned both men Wednesday, releasing them on $10,000 unsecured bail

05/25/18

It's always challenging growing wine grapes in upstate New York. Good news: The grapevine buds started to open up during the second and third weeks of May ...

05/25/18

Upon being admonished by a number of lawmakers, the Liquor Commission Chairman committed to granting out-of-state retailers new and renewed permits. Reciprocity would not go into effect in New Hampshire. And, the Liquor Commission's next budget allocation was cut by 1% despite their request that there be no cut in their budget as the law requires when the Commission does not reach its revenue projections. The episode demonstrates a number of things that wine retailers, regulators, consumers and the trade ought to take to heart ...

05/24/18

Although a petition has garnered nearly 130 signatures against the development of a vineyard with a winery and event venue on 33 acres at Rose Valley Lake in Gamble Township, the property owners are requesting the Lycoming County Zoning Hearing Board focus on whether their request for a special exception meets the county's requirements.

05/23/18

Four New Jersey wineries will soon debut the state's first collaborative wine project, a series of Chardonnays dubbed "Open Source." Produced from the 2016 vintage, the collaboration almost two years in the making will be shared with the press and public for the first time at The Winemakers Co-Op Spring Portfolio Tasting on June 3, at William Heritage Winery in Mullica Hill. Besides William Heritage, the other member wineries of The Winemakers Co-Op include Working Dog Winery, Beneduce Vineyards, and Unionville Vineyards.

05/22/18

Wines will be distributed through Southern Glazer's, as well as the Company's Artisanal Fine Wine & Spirits and Signature Luxury divisions. Southern Glazer's currently distributes Jackson Family Wines in Arkansas, Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, New York, Ohio, Oregon, and Washington.

05/21/18

For retailer permits that were denied and returned, NHLC will send out a letter advising that the retailer may reapply. Those letters should go out late next week. For retail permits that are currently sitting at NHLC and the checks are less than 90 days old, NHLC will process the applications and approve.

05/17/18

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission honored national brands, local wineries and distilleries, and NHLC employees at its annual Wine, Spirit & Employee Awards ceremony held recently at the Puritan Backroom

05/16/18

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission honored national brands, local wineries and distilleries, and NHLC employees at its annual Wine, Spirit & Employee Awards ceremony held recently at the Puritan Backroom

05/16/18

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission honored national brands, local wineries and distilleries, and NHLC employees at its annual Wine, Spirit & Employee Awards ceremony held recently at the Puritan Backroom

05/15/18

The recently reported actions by the New Hampshire Liquor Commission to arbitrarily shut down all wine shipments to New Hampshire consumers from out-of-state wine clubs and retailers is a perfect example of why an agency controlling all wine sales in the state has no business regulating its competitors. As we are seeing, it leads to the kind of gangster tactics not seen since Prohibition

05/15/18

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission, which operates the state's liquor stores, says it plans on getting into the business of shipping wine directly to consumers

05/15/18

Red Hook Winery busted for alleged moonshine operation

05/14/18

Patrick Tufts will be the next chairman of the Governor's Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment, taking over from Annette Escalante.

05/14/18

The state Senate voted unanimously Thursday to allow Delaware's craft alcohol-makers to sell each other's products, effectively allowing breweries to sell wine.

05/14/18

The chichi Red Hook Winery, known for its eclectic selection, waterfront ambiance and celebrity guests like Katie Lee, was raided last week and its owner busted for churning out illegal moonshine

05/11/18

The state's motto is "Live Free or Die" - unless you're selling wine, that is.

05/11/18

Maine native Aaron Peet studied winemaking at Walla Walla Community College, then returned to his home state to open Cellardoor Winery ...

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