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Growers approved bylaws for the new association last week during an annual grape conference in Kalispell. The meeting included discussions with national experts on cold-hardy grapes.


A man accused of stealing at least a quarter of a million dollars while managing a Vail liquor store has been given a deferred prison sentence and must repay the money


This year we're out by the pool; if you're in the neighborhood, do come say hello


The 32nd anniversary of the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen kicked off Thursday with plenty of laughter and imbibing during the chamber of commerce luncheon.


The new company, based out of Infinite Monkey Theorem's winery in the River North Arts District, will keg wines under a law recently passed in Colorado that streamlines state regulations allowing wineries to keg and co-package wine. The new law eliminates the need to ship kegs or cases of wine across the country for distribution.


Opponents are planning to rally at the Missouri Capitol against a proposed amendment to the state Constitution establishing a "right to farm."


The seminar covered growers making the transition from backyard hobby to commercial scale production, and what's involved in the economics of growing grapes in Montana


Northwest Missouri has another destination to add to the state's booming wine industry, and this one comes with a lot of bling


Advocates for wine shipments said only small numbers of people have taken advantage of direct wine shipments in the 40 states where it's legal. Moreover, they said, South Dakota's ban on wine being shipped to the door isn't effective.


This summer, lawmakers are studying the state's alcohol laws, and direct wine shipment is the fiercest battleground


After the "Judgment of Denver," in which Winiarski and 17 other judges tasted nearly 100 wines, Winiarski said he was "amazed, astounded, in fact, at the quality of some of the wines" in the Governor's Cup.


Sisters Jorene and Rae Ann King once owned a tea room and gift shop in Prairie City that also sold Iowa wines. They decided to capitalize on the popularity of those Iowa products and opened Wines of Iowa in Valley Junction.


Oklahoma's tourism and agriculture departments are launching separate initiatives hoping to entice visitors to the state this summer through wine and music.


Wilshire Gun Range, a planned 40,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, could soon be serving up alcoholic beverages to its gun toting customers, strictly after firing off their rounds, after the city council voted 6 to 3 in favour of the licence on Tuesday, according to a report by


Minneapolis works with bars, restaurants to adjust laws that require a majority of sales from food - tough in era of craft beer.


A new gun law in Louisiana now allows concealed carry permit holders and off-duty police officers to carry their guns into restaurants that serve alcohol


When it comes to the Minnesota wine scene, the news is all good. Not only are the state's wineries cranking out better fermented juice, especially with University of Minnesota-developed grapes, but local shelves have been augmented beautifully with new brands, thanks to intrepid wholesalers large and small.


Springfield-Greene County Health Department officials received a report Tuesday about the illness, which can affect the liver, and worked with state and federal officials to get enough vaccine shipped so people who went to the restaurant May 8 to 16 can be immunized


three changes to aid the state's farm wineries were passed by Sen. Kevin Dahle, a DFLer who lives in Northfield but whose district stretches to Kasota.


Delivering a major blow to state-licensed pot growers in Washington state and Colorado, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said today it will not allow any federally-controlled water to be used on marijuana crops

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