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02/11/16

Sterling Distributing Company is Nebraska's premier distilled spirits and fine wine wholesaler

02/11/16

Distilled Spirits Council wants bottles to be on grocery and convenience store shelves

02/10/16

Southern Wine & Spirits has reached an agreement to acquire Sterling Distributing Company of Nebraska, in a deal that gains Southern entry into one of the few non-franchise markets where it hasn't been present

02/09/16

Although Northeast and Midwest grape growing regions have so far been spared from extreme cold this year, the winters of 2014 and 2015 are still etched in the minds of many growers who suffered significant losses due to winter injury.

02/05/16

The Northern Grapes Project, funded in 2011 by a USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture Specialty Crops Research Initiative grant, has helped spawn an industry for Vitis riparia-based hybrid wine grapes adapted to colder climates.

02/04/16

The wager is, if the Denver Broncos win, the North Carolina winery will have to make a donation to Delaney Clement's organization, Delaney Donates.

02/04/16

In a former bakery south of downtown Denver, Matthew Fuerst makes beer flavored with ingredients like Hatch green chiles that he chops by hand. He saves money on heating bills by pushing up space heaters against his fermenting tanks and covering the tops with blankets. He's invited homebrewers who want to break into the industry to use his expensive brewing system to try making larger batches.

02/04/16

02/02/16

After two consecutive harsh winters, grapevine freeze protection is top of mind for many Eastern and Midwestern growers. Here's a look at a few winterizing techniques to consider.

02/02/16

A popular Kansas City, Kan., winery says they will be forced to close their doors after the Unified Government of Wyandotte County declined to renew a special use permit following neighbor complaints.

02/01/16

A family-owned winery is on the brink of shutting its doors for good. That's all because of noise complaints from neighbors

01/28/16

Stone Hill Winery, one of Missouri's leading wine producers, has transitioned to the next generation. Jon Held, former vice president and general manager is becoming owner and president of Stone Hill Winery based in Hermann

01/25/16

Washington wines are back at the Minnesota Monthly Food & Wine Experience this year (March 5 & 6)

01/22/16

Annual metro Denver EDC report shows job growth in beverage production and nine other industry clusters - including oil and gas

01/21/16

Last year, the southwestern Minnesota winery served samples of its wine, and this year it will have a much bigger role - it's the official wine provider for the 10-day event, which starts Thursday, according to the winery's website.

01/19/16

The coalition behind the push to rewrite Colorado's alcohol laws says it will not seek to expand liquor sales as part of the 2016 ballot campaign.

01/07/16

Retail package association claims measure would close half of all liquor stores, decrease overall wine selections

01/07/16

he Missouri Wine and Grape Board has launched a new initiative focused on adventure and education shared by a witty, "Show Me" State wine enthusiast named Mo. Through his quirky narratives covering Missouri wine history, unique grape varietals, and wine country journeys, Mo delivers an entertaining look into all things Missouri wine.

01/05/16

Most Are "Ambivalent" About New Process

01/05/16

The winery wanted to grow and just needed a license to do so, but authorities said no

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