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03/31/15

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

03/26/15

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

03/20/15

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

03/19/15

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

03/17/15

Drought, falling cotton prices help boost popularity of alternative crop

03/16/15

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

03/13/15

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

03/12/15

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.

03/12/15

While growers here realize they face a skeptical public-as awards have started trickling in from competitions in San Francisco and as far away as Lyon in France-people are starting to take note. Recently, wine guru Ray Isle even called the state one of the most interesting wine regions in the country.

03/11/15

After spending 30 years working with the IRS, Jim McDevitt left the business of taxes to start a wine business. In 2005, he opened Corner Wines, a boutique wine shop in Plano. The Plano Chamber of Commerce honored him as Small Business Owner of the Year in 2013, and his shop was voted the top wine store in the Dallas area by WFAA-TV (Channel 8). He spoke with us about launching a new business at the age of 55.

03/11/15

Brad Vassar, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Southern Wine & Spirits of America, Inc. (Southern) - the nation's leading wine and spirits distributor with operations in 35 states - announced today the appointment of Andrew Gergel as Vice President, General Manager for the Maryland and Washington, D.C. divisions; effective immediately. In his new position, Gergel will report to Vassar.

03/10/15

Rather than California's famed vineyards, which account for 90% of US wine production, the Wine Explorers instead headed to Texas, Utah and New Mexico.

03/06/15

A lot of new wineries and new vineyards will be looking for trained graduates to hire in managerial and production positions, Hellman noted

03/06/15

People new to grape growing or considering planting a commercial vineyard are encouraged to attend the Prospective Winegrower Workshop March 20 at the T.V. Munson Viticulture and Enology Center, 9356 Grayson Drive, Denison.

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.

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