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The competition, which was a friendly rivalry between wine business students at Sonoma State University and Texas Tech University, was designed to combat the toll that craft beer and spirits mixology may take on wine market share in the US.


Don was involved in many civic organizations. He served on the board of the Grapevine Convention Visitors Bureau for 24 years and was its Chairman for 20 years.


Creating a new market for local apples gets Santa Sidra an award for Food System Adaptation


Last year, Ol' Major Bacon Bourbon made its first public appearance at the WSWA in Las Vegas. Though they were over a year from the official launch, the world's first brand of bottled bacon flavored Bourbon was received with rave reviews, and now they have returned to the 2015 WSWA in Orlando to showcase their new label - made of real wood - and an improved flavor profile


Messages say bills conflict with federal law and other state rules


"The seminars, presented by leaders in the international beverage service industry, are the best in the business, and create informed, thoughtful and relevant about where the service industry ... and more important, where it's going."


It may be a surprise, but Texas now comes in at the number five wine producer in the U.S. behind California and others. Winery owners say they only want it to get bigger.


Texas-based craft spirits producer Zodiac Spirits, LLC has announced the first phase of its national rollout for Zodiac Vodka. Beginning this month, the premium gluten-free potato vodka will be distributed in California, Florida, Tennessee and South Carolina.


The first underground wine tasting bar and winery in Texas is slated to open mid-May just outside Liberty Hill


The first underground wine tasting bar and winery in Texas is slated to open mid-May just outside Liberty Hill.


Legislators considered a bill Wednesday that would allow Wal-Mart and others to sell liquor in locations separate from their stores


The annual wine competition drew more than 3,600 entries from around the globe, with more than 200 coming from the Lone Star State. The event, which was judged by about 70 sommeliers and other wine professionals, took place Feb. 23-24 at the Irving Convention Center.


Texas craft brewers are closely following legislation in Austin that could either help them boost their brands or be a serious buzz kill


The large event, held on 25,000 square feet of Auditorium Shores, offers attendees to sample food and libations from dozen of food purveyors, restaurants, wine and spirit makers


Take a look at the wine bottle above. Where does the wine come from? If you said "Texas" you and Costco (the largest wine retailer in the country) are in the same boat


Costco Wholesale Corp. joined a coalition of associations and companies, including Wal-Mart, pushing legislation to allow public companies to sell hard alcohol in Texas


Drought, falling cotton prices help boost popularity of alternative crop


The Assembly Commerce and Labor Committee was the stomping ground Friday for a bill to expand commercial wineries into Nevada's two largest counties, a move backers said is needed to establish the industry


The cold weather we have been experiencing has been a good thing for Texas vineyards from the Gulf Coast to the Texas High Plains.


This fall, we are taking the state's culinary talent off the page, out of the kitchen and into a one-of-a-kind culinary adventure, the inaugural azcentral Food & Wine Experience. It will take place Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 7-8, at Scottsdale Fashion Square Event Park, 7014 E. Camelback Road.

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