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11/28/17

Problems from disease, like powdery mildew, and pests arise when temperatures extremes become the new way of life. And Jordan is seeing the effects of that climate change in western New York.

11/22/17

Grapegrowers wary as seven counties added to the quarantine zone

11/22/17

Southold Town police said pair who arrived at Osprey's on party bus cursed at patron, shouted at others and got in altercation with arresting officers

11/20/17

Cancel the trip to Tuscany. New Jersey is receiving a great deal of acclaim for its vineyards with award-winning wines being produced every day

11/20/17

Located on a redeveloping section of The Bowery the restaurant became best known as a favorite among wine lovers and industry insiders. Cappiello, through Rebelle and the now-departed restaurant Pearl & Ash, fostered that reputation with his leadership in a new movement in wine

11/17/17

A long line of people stood outside on a brisk and cloudy Thursday to get a glimpse of a new grocery store in Vineland. Lidl, an international discount chain, opened its first location in New Jersey and celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The combination of dancing, music and curiosity about the new store created some excitement about the grand opening.

11/17/17

New York City boasts some of the most expensive food and beverage items in the country, but when the $1,000 bottle of wine Devin Shomaker is vinting is ready, it will be known for more than just the price. The grapes are being grown on a rooftop in Brooklyn, New York, the first attempt ever in the world to create a commercially viable rooftop vineyard

11/13/17

Proprietary technology first developed by Rome-based Hydro Dynamic Inc., now marketed through HDI's wholly-owned subsidiary XtractMor, is now being used in the production of wine at a brewery in Pennsylvania. The Shock Wave Xtractor system has been marketed to breweries and executives have talked with a number of distilleries in the past couple of years. Now the Mount Hope Estate in Manheim, Pennsylvania, appears to be on the cusp of using the system for beer, wine, cider and liquor

11/10/17

The eastern wine industry can see a wide range of weather events over the course of the growing season. This fall, however, growers, winery owners, researchers and extension advisors told Wines & Vines the harvest was mostly "average to above average."

11/09/17

New York's Finger Lakes region may not be as famously associated with wine making as California's Napa Valley, but the area is home to more than 100 wineries that draw a growing number of wine lovers as well as tourists who visit the region for other attractions and end up spending a day touring and tasting.

11/09/17

The agreement between workers at Empire Merchants and Local 1-D of the UCFW union came just as some Big Apple liquor stores started running out of some of their most popular brands.

11/07/17

The agreement between workers at Empire Merchants and Local 1-D of the UCFW union came just as some Big Apple liquor stores started running out of some of their most popular brands.

11/07/17

On Friday, Empire, the fifth-largest national distributor, was telling its retail customers to remain patient. The $1.9 billion company said on its website that because of the strike by delivery drivers and sales staff, it is "unable to take orders at this time." It asked customers to keep checking back

11/07/17

The real key to Fisch's success stems from his hospitality. Being focused on the customers and their needs and making it a point to educate, his stores are ever-expanding in the right direction.

11/07/17

Events to Include Sought-After Bottles of Wine Rarely Opened for the Public

11/02/17

"Part of our business is, by necessity, educating people"

10/30/17

Pennsylvania Sen. Mario Scavello, R-Monroe, issued a memo declaring his plan to introduce legislation in Harrisburg to pre-empt local taxes on sweetened beverages in Pennsylvania and invalidate Philadelphia's current beverage tax.

10/30/17

A New Jersey spirits brand is hoping, without tacit federal approval, to flood liquor stores in the coming year with its line of special, purportedly "liver-friendly" alcohols

10/27/17

The garden center is a hotbed for Italian immigrants during wine grape season. This year, the garden center's two-room refrigerator, which in the springtime keeps flowers from blooming too early, was stocked with more than 2,000 crates of grapes and 3,000 buckets of juice. Several stacks of grape crates - alicante, grenache, muscat - usually sit just outside the store, ready for purchase.

10/27/17

the next generation of Macaris are involved in the business

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