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Afternoon Brief, August 15th

Gallup Poll: Wine Lags Behind, Spirits Gain Ground: Gallup’s annual Consumption Habits poll, which tracks American attitudes toward drinking and surveys who drinks what, shows wine dropping in popularity...

Afternoon Brief, July 17th

Vino Farms Vineyard Management Company to Pay $1.4 Million to Settle Lawsuit over Worker Pay, Breaks: One of Sonoma County’s largest vineyard management companies has agreed to pay $1.4 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging it failed to pay workers for all the hours they worked and failed to allow workers meal and rest breaks...

Award Ceremony Celebrating Best-in-Class Wineries at Maryland Winemasters Choice Competition

July 17th - (ANNAPOLIS, Md.) - The Maryland Wineries Association is pleased to invite members of the media to attend the prestigious award ceremony...

Afternoon Brief, May 23rd

North Bay Farmers Still Concerned About Drought Effects and Heavy Rains: The heavy rain pattern of early 2023 delayed the planting season in some areas and has contributed to rising food prices, while increasing costs for farmers still recovering from high feed prices incurred during the drought...

Maryland Makers Are on Tap at This Year’s DrinkMaryland Events

Enjoy local food, drink, crafts and music in fantastic main street settings May 23rd - ANNAPOLIS, Md. - DrinkMaryland is an annual open-air market series...

Afternoon Brief, March 28th

New Cornell Variety Raises Grape Expectations for NYS Wine: Introducing Aravelle - a new white wine grape that was 42 years in the making. Renowned Cornell grape breeder Bruce Reisch made the hybrid by crossing Cayuga white and riesling grapes in 1981, at the start of his career...

Afternoon Brief, September 14th

How Roundup, the Weed Killer Linked to Cancer, Became One of California Wine's Biggest Controversies: One of the most hotly debated issues in California wine these days involves a chemical that can be found in every Home Depot in America: Roundup...

Afternoon Brief, August 29th

Sonoma County Board of Supervisors to Vote on Compromise Evacuation Zone Ordinance for Farmers: The new regulations are a compromise between labor activists who advocated for a wide range of worker protections such as hazard and disaster pay for the estimated 8,500 farmworkers working in the county and the politically powerful wine industry, which argued for flexibility with public safety officials having the power to decide who is allowed to enter evacuation zones...

Celebrate the 38th Maryland Wine Festival in Carroll County This September

Celebrate local wine and music at the Carroll County Farm Museum August 29th - (Annapolis, Md.) - More than two dozen Maryland wineries will gather...

Afternoon Brief, May 31st

Wine's Supply Crisis: Opportunity in Disguise: As supply-chain issues bite, wineries are looking at innovative ways to cut costs – and help the environment...


DrinkMaryland is an open-air market and happy hour event that is perfect for a casual Friday evening or Saturday afternoon. Learn about the local...

The Town of Centreville Showcases Maryland Makers for the Fifth Year

DrinkMaryland: Centreville Showcases Local Makers, Artisans, and Musicians this June May 31st (CENTREVILLE, MD) - The Town of Centreville has teamed up with the Maryland...

Afternoon Brief, February 22nd

Global Reach of Premiere Napa Valley Wine Auction Grows in 2022: Napa Valley’s best week in the wine business kicks off today with participation from around the globe. Nearly 300 trade accounts from 34 states and 14 countries will take part in the Premiere Napa Valley wine auction...

Celebrate Maryland Wine This March

February 22nd - (ANNAPOLIS, MD) - March is Maryland Wine Month. Officially recognized by the Governor’s Office since 2017, Maryland Wine Month is a...

Top Maryland Wines Named at 2020 Maryland Governor’s Cup

Boordy Vineyards wins Maryland Governor’s Cup, Port of Leonardtown Winery wins Jack Aellen Cup October 13th - (ANNAPOLIS, MD) - The Maryland Governor’s Cup will...
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