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03/04/15

The business has done so well that they decided to open a second venture in Grapevine

03/04/15

While two state lawmakers recently filed legislation that would allow retail giant Walmart and other public corporations to sell hard liquor in Texas, the proposed bills maintain provisions that would prevent grocery H-E-B and Whole Foods from joining the competition

03/03/15

New Mexico is a step closer to allowing home delivery of beer and wine with meal purchases. The state Senate on Monday approved the bill 32-10. It now goes to the House of Representatives.

02/27/15

Your Guide to the Texas Hill Country Wine Experience

02/27/15

Thirty-two states already allow restaurants and companies that make home deliveries of food to offer beer and wine as well, said Justin Greene of Dashing Delivery in Santa Fe. He served as the expert witness for the bill's sponsor, Sen. Gerald Ortiz y Pino, D-Albuquerque.

02/26/15

More than 20 wine marketing students from Texas Tech University are mixing up cocktails, using wine instead of whiskey, gin or rum, hoping to create a gold medal combination.

02/26/15

Thirty-two states already allow restaurants and companies that make home deliveries of food to offer beer and wine as well

02/24/15

The new board leaders include: President Rod Keeling, Keeling Schaefer Vineyards and Immediate Past President Peggy Fiandaca, Laurence Dunham Vineyards.

02/23/15

Walmart has fresh support for its bid to sell spirits in Texas, as supermarket chain Kroger has joined a new legislative push to allow publicly traded companies to sell liquor in the Lone Star State.

02/20/15

Wine has always been a beverage that is meant to be shared. Wine is becoming more and more associated with world class charity wine events, including some of the biggest and best in the USA. Below is a brief summary of some (not all) of those outstanding world-class events in calendar order:

02/19/15

V2 Wine Group announced the appointment of wine industry veteran Brad Bartram as the company's regional sales manager, Texas. Bartram has an 18-year background of sales success in the Texas market, most recently as key account manager for Glazer's overseeing the HEB business.

02/19/15

One week after Wal-Mart sued the state for the right to sell hard liquor, two Texas lawmakers and a new coalition of businesses are taking the same fight to the Capitol

02/18/15

Students studying wine marketing at Sonoma State University and Texas Tech University are concerned about the toll craft beer and spirits may take on wine market share in the U.S. In order to combat this, they are engaging in a friendly contest between universities to see who can concoct the most creative and tasty wine cocktail.

02/13/15

Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores together make Wal-Mart the largest retailer of beer and wine in Texas, it said, and it wants to be able to sell spirits, too

02/11/15

South Dakotans looking to get their favorite out-of-state vintages shipped to their door are one step closer. The full Senate approved the bill Tuesday that would legalize consumer-direct wine shipping for South Dakotans.

02/10/15

Two out-of-state publications have named two Arizona wine brands - Dos Cabezas WineWorks and Fiddlebender - to lists of notable up-and-coming wineries.

02/10/15

Valle de Guadalupe offers a less expensive, more relaxed alternative to regions north.

02/10/15

As in any business, the wine industry has its share of shady characters

02/10/15

Romano-Trinity-groves.jpg Scott Reitz Phil Romano, talking up Trinity Groves When you think about the word "power," a lot of things come to mind. Some of us imagine a tough, take-no-shit type of personality, and others recognize the influence and, well, power of a quieter, gentler rule. In Dallas' dining scene, we have a blend of those personalities when it comes to the people who make the decisions about the city's new restaurants.

02/09/15

Competing beer-production bills will be up for a vote before an Arizona Senate committee Monday, but lawmakers are nudging the two sides to work things out

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