Whether you’re oenology-obsessed or you base your selections solely off the label design (guilty), there’s a Philly Wine Week event for every level of vino-lover.
The Liquor Control Board has made a regulatory change that it hopes will result in a greater variety of Pennsylvania wines being sold in state stores.
Officials say they initiated an investigation using an undercover officer after receiving a tip that Goldman was selling high-end wine not available through Pennsylvania Wine and Spirit Stores.
If you’re going to spend your money, might as well spend it on something useful. Check out these awesome vineyards that you would actually be able to afford. Who doesn’t love some good wine?
The Pennsylvania Wine Association revealed a new mobile website geared towards oenophiles.
Dining out and love the wine? The Drync app lets you snap a photo of the label, then rate and share the wine – as well as order some immediately.
A Sunday in Philadelphia means beer and football in many people’s houses. Specifically, Eagles football. That’s why it may comes as a shock to some that the Eagles are releasing a…wine.
The bill would create the New Jersey Wine Board and make it responsible for facilitating growth in the state’s wine industry through advertisements, research and education.
Learn more about the Do AC Boardwalk Wine Promenade.
Themed pub crawls in Philadelphia have become a popular way to enjoy drinks, food, companionship and explore a favorite interest.
Less than a year after their first wines went to market, Karamoor’s 2008 Meritage picked up the overall top prize this month at the Pennsylvania Farm Show wine competition.
New Jersey wineries believe a new law allowing them to directly ship their products to customers will help them become a contender for space on dining room tables this holiday season and beyond.
While you’re planning your Thanksgiving dinner menu, don’t overlook a selection of wines to wash that turkey down, and complement the feast.
This sleepy little tavern — hidden from the crowds thronging to the Barnes Museum or shopping at Whole Foods — is the latest creation by Chef Townsend Wentz and globe-trotting sommelier/GM Lauren Harris.