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The concept of winery incubators, common in the Pacific Northwest, has already begun to catch on in Texas with San Saba's Wedding Oak Winery, which helped Old Man Scary Cellars get up and running late last year.


A legal dispute between Aridus, one of Arizona's largest winemaking facilities, and Rob Hammelman of Sand-Reckoner, one of the state's most celebrated winemakers, has ended. Terms of the settlement were not disclosed....


For a time, Scott Dahmer, co-owner of Aridus, held thousands of gallons of Sand-Reckoner at the Aridus facility in Willcox until Hammelman secured a court order to remove it. Hammelman, in his filings, suggested that Aridus was deceiving customers with its wine labels, a claim Aridus disputed in its filings.


In another potentially historic case, McLane Company Inc., which has sold food products in Texas sine since the 1980s through the AmeriServ and McLane Foodserice trademarks, has called into question Texas' "One Share Rule," by filing a complaint with the Texas Alcohol Control Board (TACB) in Austin. Its parent company, Berkshire Hathaway Inc., owns a two-percent share in Walmart and doesn't believe that this is a justifiable reason for McLane not to be able to distribute alcoholic beverage in Texas.


In an effort to stem the depletion of groundwater and keep Arizona's prized Verde River flowing, two vineyards are buying water credits through a new exchange designed to balance the basin's water use for the good of the river and the local economy.


Democratic State Senator Jim Dabakis says if Utah lawmakers don't take action this year to loosen up liquor laws, he's going to launch a ballot initiative to privatize liquor sales in the state.


Trump Winery paid a $250 fine in June and was told by the Arizona Liquor Department that it needed to get a new license if it still intended to do business in the state, said John Cocca, the director of the department.


Although the Legislature this year changed the law to ease shipping requirements for out-of-state wineries, allowing them easier direct access to Arizona consumers, the existing rules remain in force until January


Owner Daniel Marek says one of the men bought some wine and, when they went outside to meet up with two women in their group, they all took off with the cat


Altus Koegelenberg, owner and operator of Enoch's Stomp Vineyard and Winery in Harleton, planted his first vine in 2005 when growing wine grapes in East Texas was a fledgling idea


The inaugural Texas Wine Revolution sees the future of the business through rosé glasses.


The craziness of the "one share rule" is illustrated by a new lawsuit filed against the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission by the Texas Association of Business and, perhaps more notably, by the McLane Co., a drinks distributor owned by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.. Because Berkshire also owns shares in Wal-Mart, which sells alcoholic beverages, McLane is ineligible for a Texas distributor license


As part of its expansion into urban markets, Taco Bell is heading to Las Vegas to open a flagship restaurant on the world famous Strip


The inaugural Texas Wine Revolution on Sunday brought together a variety of these Texas-grown wines - each with their own flavorful nuances and refreshing, beat-the-heat qualities.


Whether table grapes or grapes for winemaking, growers throughout the state are seeing or expecting good harvests despite early season weather concerns, said Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and industry experts



Texas wines earned 124 medals in the competition with Perissos Vineyard and Winery taking "Best of Class" with their 2014 Aglianico and their 2014 Montepulciano


So-called 'For Sale in Texas Only' wines, often relabeled jug wine from California, would become a thing of the past


McLane Co., the mammoth food and drinks distributor owned by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, has filed a federal lawsuit in Austin claiming that the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) is unfairly barring it from distributing beverage alcohol in the Lone Star State

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