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08/22/18

Next Monday, August 27, 2018, Peter Weltman is hosting the first Borderless Wine symposium in Manhattan. The topic: How Wine Impacts Global and Local Landscapes.

08/20/18

One bill will help New York's agricultural sector respond to the growing demand of farm breweries, which require New York-grown hops to qualify for a farm brewery license. The other bill will allow businesses with a farm distillery license to contract with a member of the public to produce a custom liquor for that individual's consumption.

08/17/18

The natural wine evangelist and sommelier behind Frenchette talks flavor profiles, price points, and the wines you're not drinking enough

08/16/18

"It was like the end of the world," Rick Rainey recalled of his journey to Forge Cellars in Burdett, Schuyler County, shortly after 5 a.m. Tuesday. The co-owner of the winery drove at a crawl as he made his way through "colossal washout after colossal washout after colossal washout." Some of the farmers nearby said it was the worst flood in the area since 1972.

08/15/18

The man who made his name opening the Knitting Factory nightclub and concert venue in New York City plans to convert a former local knitting factory into a winery, restaurant, music space and hotel.

08/14/18

Jeff has worked both on the distributor and importer sides of the wine business, spending the past 13 years selling wine in the Mid-Atlantic region, rising to the position of Division Manager for one of the largest distributors in the US, as well as regional manager for a well-regarded family winery in California.

08/14/18

Good news has been scarce at the home site of Logan's View Winery in York County over the past 12 months.

08/14/18

A wayward bear with an apparent hankering for some adult beverages wandered into the vestibule of a Connecticut liquor store Monday - but quick thinking employees latched the inner door before he could get any further.

08/13/18

New Hampshire wants to sell more booze to out-of-staters so it's offering them discounts - something Maine's liquor agency dismisses as a 'gimmick.'

08/09/18

Winning bids range from $25,331 for licenses in Bradford and Clinton counties to $351,001 for a license in Plumstead Township, Bucks County. The average winning bid in the sixth auction was $97,928.

08/09/18

33rd Annual Competition Spotlights World-Class New York Wines and Ciders Awards Governor's Cup to Keuka Spring Vineyards, 2017 Gewürztraminer and First Ever Governor's Cider Cup to Kite & String's "Pioneer Pippin," and Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery Named Winery of the Year Finger Lakes Currently Leading USA Today Poll for Best Wine Region, Encourages New Yorkers to Vote Through August 20

08/09/18

Two Finger Lakes wineries and one cidery won top honors Wednesday at the 33rd New York Wine Classic, an annual competition that highlights the best wines and ciders of the state.

08/06/18

Gov. Cuomo's campaign, which has delighted in linking Democratic primary opponent Cynthia Nixon to her cosmo-drinking character Miranda Hobbes from "Sex And The City", spent nearly $12,265 in February stocking the governor's mansion with New York wine.

08/03/18

The owner of White Caps, Gail Miller, had hoped to build a pavilion on a sliver of property she owns between two homes on the shoreline of Chaumont Bay

08/02/18

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences announced Aug. 1 the renaming of the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station to Cornell AgriTech.

08/02/18

Some Long Island wineries are serving up a giant buzzkill for bachelorette parties - by banning bridezillas and their minions from their premises

08/01/18

sprouting up on the south end of the 44 acre property is the beginning of a brewery.

08/01/18

"The rain was not nearly as devastating as hurricane Lee back in the 2011. That rain came in Sept. (I think) which mean we were well past veraison. Saw a lot of split skins which resulted in rot which meant dropping fruit...always a painful process.

07/31/18

An amendment to Massachusetts law that would allow discounts is being resisted by independent store owners

07/31/18

Russell Moss has joined the viticulture and enology team at Cornell University as a lecturer in viticulture in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

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