How to Go Wine Tasting at Wineries

Wine tasting is one of the things that tourists love to do, especially when in places that are famous for their exquisite wineries like California, Oregon, New York, Washington, Australia, France, Canada, Italy or Chile. Here are some tips and certain things that you must keep in mind while wine tasting in order for you […]

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Wineries vs. Wine Cellars

When wines are made, they definitely pass through a winery and perhaps through a wine cellar as well. But don’t associate the two with each other because they serve two completely different purposes and are not necessarily connected with each other. Wineries produce and create the wine, while wine cellars just provide the best place […]

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Latest Long Island Winery News

Customizing Your Own Blend at Wineries and Hotels Also in New York, Wölffer Estate Vineyard on Long Island has a package in which visitors tour the winery, receive a tutorial on growing grapes and mix varietals including petit verdot and merlot into a wine they can sip over a meal or cheese platter on … […]

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Vineyard sued by wine distributor for breach of contract

Vineyard sued by wine distributor for breach of contract NEW ORLEANS – A New Orleans wine distributor is suing a vineyard that it allegedly had a good business relationship with for giving too short of notice of the contract’s termination, leading to revenue loss. Purveyor of Fine Wines LTD filed suit … Read more on […]

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Latest Wine Release News

Casa Larga to feature new wines Spring wines have arrived at Casa Larga and the April wine release party is planned from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday through Sunday. New releases include Wild Ferment Riesling, Micro Climate Riesling, 2014 Dry Riesling, 2014 Medium Dry Riesling, Vidal … Read more on Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Wine […]

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Latest Wine Recall News

Dozen California wine companies sued over alleged arsenic in wine Hicks says he also noticed something else, “The lower the price of the wine on a per liter basis the higher the amount of Arsenic.” The class action suit in California specifically named 82 different wines as dangerous and asked the makers to recall … […]

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How do I get my wines/spirits into the New York market?

I’ve noticed  a marked increase in wine brands searching for a wholesaler. This situation is not relegated to new producers, and too many established producers have found themselves without any representation in one of the country’s most important markets. The increased cost of doing business in NY has forced many wholesalers to cease their participation […]

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The next four years.

During the last 3 years, I’ve sold an sizable volume  of  inventory reductions(close outs), plus, I  liquidated  hundreds of cases  of premium wines, most of them in almost perfect condition. Just when I’m beginning to think, OK, things should move back to normal soon,another terrific wine appears, being sold at a wacky(low) price. In short, there still exists […]

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