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02/07/18

Some wine lovers who look forward to getting new vintages in the mail would be affected if lawmakers approve a bill that would remove "retailers" from the list of those who are allowed to ship wine into the state

02/06/18

By most measures, Long Island wine has never been better. I'm not saying that it's all good - because it's not. I'm also not saying that the worst stuff today is even half as good as the best wines from years past - because it's not

02/05/18

It's a 132-year-old tradition that is held every year at the location known as Gobbler's Knob and conducted by top hat-donning members of the Inner Circle of the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club, according to the official Pennsylvania tourism website. The idea is, the groundhog wakes up from hibernation on the 2nd, and if it sees its shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter. If it doesn't, warmer weather is just around the corner.

02/05/18

"People want something that's not contaminated with chemicals. I hope they have better labeling on wine so people know what they are drinking. When that happens, we'll be at the forefront of organic wine making."

02/05/18

Hundreds of Thousands of Wines Could Be Off Limit to Granite State Consumers

02/02/18

Deborah brings 25 years of wine sales experience, including a 20-year tenure with Republic National Distributing Company during which she rose from a Sales Representative to Senior Vice President for Florida On-Premise Sales.

02/01/18

ew York has attempted to ease the burden on craft beverage producers and help promote crops grown by farmers across the state

01/31/18

Erik Bilka, a veteran winemaker at Premium Wine Group, is now overseeing production at Pindar Vineyards and its sister winery, Duck Walk.

01/30/18

Lieb Cellars, a leading NY winery located on the North Fork of Long Island, announced today the roll out of 5 canned wines under their Bridge Lane label. Lieb successfully completed a test batch of their rosé in can last summer and have spent the past 5 months making tweaks to the packaging, lab testing the cans and developing four new varieties. The full line consists of a white merlot, unoaked chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, dry rosé and red blend.

01/29/18

the annual Wine Week hosted by the New Hampshire Liquor Commission featured the theme of Women in Wine, in particular Cristina Mariani-May, CEO of Banfi Vintners in Tuscany; Gina Gallo, third generation winegrower with E&J Gallo Winery; Cynthia Lohr, co-owner of J. Lohr Vineyards; and Dr. Laura Catena ...

01/29/18

Both aspiring and veteran winemakers and grape growers looking to capture growth in a bottle can learn from the experts at B.E.V. NY [Business. Enology. Viticulture.], Cornell Extension's 5th annual symposium for the grape and wine industry in New York

01/26/18

Pennsylvania ranked 11th in terms of value, edged out of the top 10 by Georgia, where consumers spent more per bottle on average, the wine shipping report said. Pennsylvania was in the top 10 by volume, but the report did not specify where the state ranked.

01/24/18

The House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee held a public hearing Tuesday on a bill that would lower the legal age for alcohol possession from 21 to 20.

01/23/18

In 2017, Ardagh Direct successfully launched its program for wineries West of the Rockies. This expansion of Ardagh Direct provides food and beverage companies of all sizes, located throughout North America, the option to purchase glass bottles and jars directly from Ardagh Group, Glass - North America.

01/23/18

That recent expansion has teamed the two longtime friends. Thompson announced last week that DeVito has joined his site as an editor-at-large, summarizing the news in a press release.

01/22/18

Randall Rice, 59, and wife Linda Rice, 58, say they wanted to ensure employees weren't stealing from them, though their surveillance cameras illegally recorded customers along with employees without anyone's knowledge or permission, investigators say.

01/19/18

US wine magazine Wine Spectator is on a list of publications banned from New Jersey state prisons, along with the likes of Hustler, Booty and 50 Shades of Grey, despite being offhandedly referred to as 'Wine Spectacular' - much to the surprise of its editorial team.

01/18/18

In the service of rent-seeking special interests with real money to spend and with a continued disregard of consumer demand, Massachusetts still bars its citizens from receiving wine shipments from out-of-state wine stores and wine retailers. However, that archaic system can be dismantled with the passage of House Bill 3891, a bill that would allow such shipments and that must be passed out of Committee by February 7th.

01/16/18

In terms of numbers, three New Jersey wineries topped the list, as Sharrott Winery won seven awards, Bellview Winery grabbed six and Valenzano Family Winery earned five medals.

01/15/18

Featured speakers will include Gina Gallo, third-generation winegrower with E. & J. Gallo Winery; Laura Catena, a fourth-generation Argentine vintner with Bodega Catena Zapata and her own Luca Winery; Cristina Mariani-May, CEO of Banfi Vintners in Tuscany; and Cynthia Lohr, co-owner of J. Lohr Vineyards in California.

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