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08/20/14

Owners of Sovereign Estate Wine says business has expanded so quickly they need to stay open later and expand its calendar. Some neighbors are leery.

08/19/14

Statistics published by the Persistent Drunk Driver Committee, a monitoring body formed legislatively (Persistent Drunk Driver Act of 1998), show that the "western slope," also known as Colorado's wine country, had the highest average blood alcohol content (BAC) for DUI arrests in 2013.

08/15/14

more customers could be parading in this fall, as the store, which also sells liquor and craft beer, ramps up activities

08/15/14

A large piece of property that was once owned by an established Arkansas winery is finally up for sale

08/13/14

It's grape harvest time in Kansas, and the state's growing wine industry is expecting a big crop this year.

08/12/14

Kansas has 35 registered wineries and vineyards, according to the Kansas Grape Growers & Winemakers Association.

08/05/14

Warehouse Winery, St. Louis Park, MN, specializes in the blending of Minnesota's finest cold-hardy grapes with freshly selected varietals from Northern California and aging them in oak barrels. The winery markets more than 19 blends and straight-up Minnesota and California varietals.

08/04/14

the group Let Arkansas Decide is collecting signatures in support of a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow alcohol sales in all 75 Arkansas counties. The state now has 38 wet counties and 37 dry counties, but private clubs can obtain permits to serve alcohol in dry counties

08/04/14

It's a one-woman winery owned and operated by a mother who decided to take a risk and truly have it all

08/01/14

From the eighth Annual Mid-American Wine Competition held at Des Moines Area Community College, Montelle Winery received four gold medals, including two Sweepstakes nominations for Seyval Blanc and Vidal Icewine, one silver medal, and two bronze.

08/01/14

The medals have been announced for the 2014 Missouri Wine Competition that was judged July 15 to 16. The competition showcased the top wines in Missouri, and this year, more wines were awarded gold medals than ever before

07/31/14

The small number of beer and wine distributors in Montana belies the outsized impact the industry has on the state's economy, particularly in southwest Montana, according to new research by the University of Montana's Bureau of Business and Economic Research.

07/30/14

For the entire month of August, Missouri wineries and the Missouri Wine and Grape Board are featuring the Vignoles grape varietal. The Vignoles (veen-yole) grape is a varietal that thrives in the demanding weather conditions of the state, and is the most commonly grown white grape.

07/30/14

We've all heard the story about how Anheuser-Busch came roaring back to life after Prohibition ended in 1933. The King of Beers even delivered a wagon of suds to President Franklin Roosevelt at the White House, you may have seen the famous picture of that moment. But another Missouri industry never really fully recovered after prohibition; Missouri's vast collection of wineries.

07/29/14

Like a giant measuring stick in the desert, the dropping water level of Lake Mead, the nation's largest man-made reservoir, provides a vivid representation of the drought that is gripping the Southwest and much of the West.

07/29/14

But another Missouri industry never really fully recovered after prohibition; Missouri's vast collection of wineries.

07/29/14

Harvest Fest featured grape picking, stomping and entertainment at Pontchartrain Vineyards July 26, 2014 in Bush, LA.

07/28/14

"The wine starts dropping in and it magically knows when to stop. Next, a drop of liquid nitrogen in each bottle to force out all of the oxygen. This might be the coolest part!"

07/28/14

Beer, wine and liquor distributor Major Brands, as it rebuilds its business following the departure of some of its largest suppliers, is acquiring Missouri Beverage Co

07/25/14

Seven Western states that rely on the Colorado River Basin for valuable water are drawing more heavily from groundwater supplies than previously believed, a new study finds, the latest indication that an historic drought is threatening the region's future access to water.

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