A Long Island winery has shut down after the New York State Liquor Authority suspended its license, with officials accusing patrons of engaging in public sex, brawls and other rowdy behavior. The owners of Vineyard 48 in Cutchogue announced they have canceled their license and will close permanently. SLA spokesman Bill Crowley says the agency accepted the winery attorney’s offer of a no contest plea to cancel the winery’s license. Crowley says the winery would have to reapply for a license if it wanted to reopen. The SLA said the business repeatedly served extremely intoxicated customers to the point where it strained local police services and caused “havoc” for neighbors. (Read more: Newsday)
Maybe they should have listened to Chris Rock's advice when he said there's no sex in the Champagne Room.