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  • Some United States wine buyers are subject to hefty tariffs. Others can hold onto more of their hard earned cash. Can you guess which state gets the most take from your bottle purchases? The results may surprise you.According to a Tax Foundation study, the tax code varies not only by state but also by alcohol level. Alcohol level is directly pro... Read More

    From the article Where Is Wine Your Friend? Ask Uncle Sam.


  • Stacole Wine SE Florida West Palm Beach Florida turned me on to this site. Nice Job 750.http://www.sevenfifty.com  It is for vendors and professional sales; a Liquor License Verification is required to use the Search Engine. I am fortunate to be Vine to Wine working at Barolo.   Read More

    Forum post in the topic SevenFifty.com ; first Snooth...


  • Walk it off, indeed. A group of fundraisers in Wisconsin is fighting to change a state law that forbids them from walking between multiple locations and tasting wine.The Wine Walks, a bi-annual community fundraising event in Baraboo, Wisconsin, began in 2008. These wildly popular events generate a good store of cash for civic causes in the town ... Read More

    From the article Peregrinating and Wine is Not a Crime


  • You've got to hand it to the United States. They love their wine in all its forms – by the glass, by the bottle, through the written word and by just about anything else which can express the country's love for the nectar of the grape gods.The United Kingdom newspaper The Daily Mail recently ran its brief on the Vinexpo global wine fair, highlig... Read More

    From the article The Results Are In: Vinexpo Says Americans Are (Very) Thirsty and Rather Simple


  • Bitter is the first half of every bottle of wine in Ireland.  Earlier this week, The Independent’s Aideen Sheehan revealed new numbers which show that half of what Irish wine drinkers pay for their vino goes directly to the government to cover a bouquet of taxes.  “Over €5 from a typical €10 bottle goes in excise duty and tax and this has soared... Read More

    From the article Irish Tea Party? Emerald Isle Ire Over Wine Tax


  • The average trip to the bar isn’t so average anymore. This past week Bloomberg Business’ Ben Steverman ran a story about recent numbers which showed American drinkers are putting their cash in the coffers of premium drinks. “The cost of going out is going up. The culprit this time isn’t bars and restaurants that hike up drink prices,” Steverman ... Read More

    From the article Drink More, Pay Less: Americans Turning to Premium Drinks


  • “A few pennies for your quaffs?” might be the new “Penny for your thoughts” in Montreal. The Montreal Gazette reporter René Bruemmer recently wrote about the city’s proposed deposit system, in which shoppers would be charged an additional fee on their wine purchase to encourage them to return the bottles to a recycling area where they can be rei... Read More

    From the article Deposit Fee for Wine Bottles Winning Support in Montreal


  • At first glance, Australia and India may not seem to have anything in common. That’s where you might be surprised, wrote wine expert Dan Traucki in a post published by Indian Wine Academy this past Wednesday – wine just isn't one of them. “Australia and India have a lot in common starting with a British colonial history, the English language, lo... Read More

    From the article Aussie Journalist Intertwines Indian and Australian Wine Histories, Habits


  • James Island, S.C., residents Bill and Frances Porcher are a married pair of octogenarians with a pretty good problem on their hands: they don’t know the provenance of the grapes they’re growing, but Bill continues to make his wine for Charleston’s quaffers to drink. “Porcher has consulted a few scientists on the question of his grape’s provenan... Read More

    From the article Winemaker Revels in Mystery Grapes Growing on Charleston, S.C., Island


  • This past week noted wine collector and infamous Chateau Margaux bottle-breaker WIlliam Sokolin passed away. He was 85 years old.  According to an obituary in the New York Times yesterday, Sokolin was a “wine merchant for more than a half-century” whose father “opened a liquor store on Madison Avenue after Prohibition. Before becoming a wine-foc... Read More

    From the article Sokolin, He of the Broken Margaux, Dies at 85


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