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Plans for Pheasant Ridge Winery are a wish granted
The Binghams still have plans to build a crush/press facility,
Red Caboose Winery and Vineyards: Discovering a Texas Iconoclast
At less than two hours drive from Dallas, Red Caboose Winery and Vineyards in Meridian, Texas is close to the big city. However, standing in the sixteen acres of vineyard, one could be miles from anywhere. Gary McKibben and his son Evan founded the winery in 2003 at this location because that is how they wanted it
TX: TSTC toasts to new wine makers degree
As the Central Texas wine industry continues to grow, skilled and educated workers are in high demand. Texas State Technical College's new Viticulture and Enology Science and Technology Program, also known as VESTA, hopes to fill that void.
Wine Merchants of Hawaii Add Kelly Fleming
Wine Merchants of Hawaii will be bringing the 2010 Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012 Sauvignon Blanc and 2010 Big Pour Napa Red to the Hawaiian market.
Bottoms up (cheaply): 99 Cents Only to add beer and wine
Local 99 Cents Only stores are working to bring beer and wine sales to the Las Vegas area. The chain is seeking approval from the city of Las Vegas City Planning Commission to sell the products in three of its 15 area locations.
Wine shortage refuted, but AZ vintners say demand still high
hough national officials are refuting reports of a global wine shortage, Deb Wahl of Oak Creek Vineyards and Winery says increasing demand is pressuring her, and other Verde Valley winemakers, to produce more.
Check out this soap-opera twist for Texas' heritage Pheasant Ridge Winery buy
Cox is going to work with the Binghams. If he couldn't buy the property back himself, this has to be the next best thing.
The High Cost of A Liquor License In New Mexico
New Mexico has some of the most expensive liquor licenses in the country. The state's last liquor license, a retail license typically used to sell alcohol at a store, sold for nearly $1 million. The laws that regulate the availability of these licenses take a toll on the state's economy.
Utah audit details multiple 'weaknesses' in state's liquor system
Auditors have identified at least two dozen problems with the way the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC) operates Utah's liquor warehouse and retail store system
Owner scales back proposal for winery
The owner of a proposed North Valley winery has decided to scale back his plans after neighbors expressed concern that the endeavor would bring excessive traffic, noise and drunken drivers.
Mexico's Surprising Wine Industry Is In Trouble
The local council of Ensenada, in Baja California, is currently in talks with several construction companies about a concession that would allow them to build in 48 percent of the winelands. The project is a luxury development, with a spa, golf course, hotel and mall -- and the residents are not happy.
Behind the scenes at Houston's greatest wine competition: How 2,500 wines become 11 winners
Two thousand five hundred and five wines. One hundred judges. Two days.
New Texas Hill Country winery offers grape expectations
Hawk's Shadow Winery, which can be found down a narrow, winding road west of Dripping Springs, held an open house the first weekend in November to introduce its wines to the public
More Dallas-area liquor elections possible for 2014
As Texas cities steadily liberalize liquor regulations, the Dallas-Fort Worth area has both kept pace with change and housed the largest holdouts.
Arlington liquor proposition cruises to easy passage
Arlington gave overwhelming approval to booze Tuesday night, with nearly two-thirds of voters supporting a proposal allowing package liquor stores to open in the city limits for the first time
Moratorium may put cork in plans for new liquor stores on stretch of Fremont
Easy access to alcohol brings concerns about underage drinking and a potential increase in crime in the tourist area
Texas voters OK massive water plan: What's next?
It's called a rainy-day fund, but should it be spent on water?
Afternoon Wrap: Texas Winery Pheasant Ridge Winery Sold at Auction
Texas winery and land brings in $710,000 at today's sale
Arizona Stronghold Vineyards Promotes Michael Pierce to Winemaker
Michael will take over all winemaking and custom crush responsibilities which include client relationships, scheduling, bottling, production material/facility planning, and market support.
The Unsettling Truth About Go Texan Wine
Some weeks ago I wrote about a wine carrying the familiar "Go Texan" mark of the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) that was made mainly (85 percent, as it happened) of non-Texas grapes.
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