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New Hampshire Liquor Commission.

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) recently held its first ever employee tasting and training session exclusively for New Hampshire wine and spirits, at Flag Hill Winery & Distillery. The staff training was organized because of the growing interest among consumers for local products as well as the NHLC's admitted committed to supporting the state's nascent but growing wine and spirits industry. More than 200 full and select part-time staff sampled wine, spirits, meads and ciders from New Hampshire's six top-selling manufacturers--Flag Hill Winery & Distillery of Lee, Candia Vineyards of Candia, LaBelle Winery of Amherst, Farnum Hill Ciders of Lebanon, Jewell Towne Vineyards of South Hampton, and Moonlight Meadery of Londonderry. According to the NHLC, the two-day event provided each manufacturer the opportunity to speak directly with NHLC leadership and staff, and to share knowledge about their products, including the growing and production process, flavor profiles and history of the brands.
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Title Annotation:Business Briefs
Publication:StateWays
Date:Nov 1, 2013
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