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04/27/16

As a member of the Wine Institutes State Relations Department, Rudd will be responsible for overseeing all legislative and regulatory matters in the states of Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.

04/27/16

Integrated Beverage Group has completed a second round of private-equity funding, the newly formed Denver company said Tuesday.

04/25/16

Unique soil type identifies region in western Iowa

04/22/16

Statehouse leaders could limit licenses to protect or reimburse existing liquor stores

04/22/16

Ronald Scovil, of Torrance, California, has been issued a cease-and-desist order following an investigation that revealed he sold unregistered securities in Colorado between August of 2011 and July of 2013, according to Colorado Division of Securities, part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies.

04/19/16

Cline Family Cellars, one of California's premier family-owned wineries, announces the appointment of Nancy Minasola to the role of Midwest Regional Sales Manager.

04/15/16

" ... package stores will lose an average of $218,000 in revenue annually, or about 24 percent of store revenue, due to lost foot traffic,"

04/13/16

Colorado Winemakers Reporting Strong Start to 2016 Season

04/13/16

Iowa's puritanical liquor laws are best left in the mid-20th century. The anti-choice booze mandates should go the way of polio

04/11/16

The U's latest release is likely to give boost through a wine that some liken to a sauvignon blanc or pinot grigio.

04/11/16

About 100 people around the state took part in the first "A Taste of Spring" barrel-tasting event sponsored by a trade association for Colorado winemakers, less than half the number hoped for, organizers said Sunday.

04/11/16

University of Minnesota names new variety for white wine production

04/07/16

Voters in the Village of Ephraim in Door County approved referendums Tuesday that allow the sale of beer and wine, overturning a 163-year-old ban, WFRV-TV reported.

04/07/16

John Martin and Kayann Short, who own Stonebridge Farm near Lyons, have been experimenting with growing wine grapes since 2002. Currently, the farm has 150 vines under cultivation. But these aren't your European grandpapa's vines, nor even the grapes grown in California or Oregon by his progeny.

04/05/16

The clock is ticking for legislation seeking a statewide vote on full-strength beer and wine in grocery and convenience stores. Senate Joint Resolution 68 must make it out of a House of Representatives committee this week.

04/05/16

University winemaker Bryan Forbes found Itasca produces a wine that is light yellow to straw in color, with aromas of pear, quince, violet, melon, minerals and honey. Itasca has lower acidity and high sugar levels, and has shown cold hardiness as far north as the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Zone 4. Licensed nurseries will begin selling the new Itasca grape in 2017.

04/05/16

The University of Minnesota is releasing a new cold-hardy grape variety.

04/01/16

House members voted 95-56 on Thursday to ban the sale and possession of powdered alcohol, which is marketed as Palcohol. Violations would be considered a misdemeanor offense.

04/01/16

Just in time for First Friday...a new winery opens up in the Crossroads Arts District. KC Wineworks is making their home in the Crossroads Arts District. KC WineWorks has set up shop at 19th and McGee

03/30/16

Louisiana-particularly New Orleans-has some of America's loosest laws, and Oklahoma some of the strictest. But a closer look shows that regulations in the latter aren't tied as much to cultural values, as to protectionism

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