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01/20/14
University of Missouri raises its share of funds for teaching winery
Those involved in the campus's viticulture program hope the facility will allow students to have hands-on opportunities with grape and wine research before they start applying for internships or before they graduate.
01/20/14
Wineries putting Kansas on the vineyard map
Though not on the same level as California's Napa Valley or regions of New York and Washington state, Kansas nonetheless is developing a reputation as one of the nation's leading areas for vineyards and wineries
01/20/14
Big Turnout For Kansas Wine Conference
More than 150 people attended the 28th annual Kansas Grape Growers and Winemakers Association conference this weekend in Topeka
01/14/14
Lynn Johnson, who built Johnson Brothers Wholesale Liquor Co. into a multimillion-dollar business, died at home in St. Paul on Sunday. He was 84
During his 60 years in business -- even after being diagnosed with a serious illness five years ago -- Johnson never missed a day of work.
01/13/14
Movie inspires Oklahoma couple to open winery
Fate intervened in their lives when a 1999 tornado that hit Moore also made its way northeast and did a lot of damage.
01/10/14
Watch Out, Wine Country: The Coming Boom in Weed Tourism
When it comes to marijuana tourism, there could be a lot of profit to go around. Colorado is already a major tourism destination: In 2012, the state made nearly $17 billion from a record 60 million visitors.
01/10/14
Minnesota considers 10-cent deposits on recyclable beverage containers
The study, which sets the stage for debate during the 2014 Legislature, underscores winners and losers in a container-deposit system and already has pushed advocates and critics into well-drawn corners
01/07/14
Minnesota grape growers brace for possible damage
Even Minnesota's cold-hardy vines may be damaged by the bitter temperatures.
01/06/14
Historic freeze could break Midwest temp records
It has been decades since parts of the Midwest experienced a deep freeze like the one expected to arrive Sunday.
01/06/14
Cold Snap Hurts Western Colorado's Wine-Grape Crop
Western Colorado's winegrape crop faces another blow this year after record-low cold temperatures earlier this month killed vines and grape buds across the valley.
01/03/14
University of Missouri-Columbia to develop teaching winery
Meanwhile, the university is seeking the remaining funds from the state for the winery, which will be the first of three phases of the development, reported The Columbia Missourian.
01/02/14
Montana liquor consumption keeps growing
Distribution peaks ahead of the thirstiest times for Montana drinkers, namely the summer months and the holiday season
12/30/13
Mizzou awaits state funding for teaching winery
The University of Missouri-Columbia has raised half of the $3 million it needs to build a teaching winery
12/23/13
New Study Finds Wine Helps Increase Economy
A new study released this month shows the wine industry is helping boost Colorado's economy.
12/18/13
Pontchartrain Vineyards Winery announces new president, brand ...
Pontchartrain Vineyards Winery announced new leadership and plans south Louisiana-centric product re-branding of its wine.
12/13/13
Wine in the Show Me State
Tourism, retail and sweet wines key to building Missouri's wine industry
12/13/13
More choosing Colorado for wine bottles
Local grapes are finding their way into more wine glasses in Colorado in recent years. The Colorado Wine Industry Development Board has found sales of state-produced wine increased from $19.1 million to $28.2 million this past fiscal year.
12/12/13
The Minnesota Flavor Of Wine & Spirits
It's a mellow sweetness that many winemakers and distilleries count on, and it comes from a surprising source - our woods.
12/12/13
CO: Chilly temps freeze grapes, creating early ice wine harvest
Workers moved quickly to hand pick 2-3 tons of frozen grapes from the vines on Wednesday morning for the annual Ice Wine harvest that came a little early this year with the cold temperatures.
12/11/13
Colorado wine industry shows steady growth in production and demand
Consumers in Colorado paid on average $16.68 per bottle for Colorado-made wine compared to an average of $6.14 for all other wines.
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