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Colorado's wine industry continues to excite the man who helped pioneer it. Celebrated winemaker Warren Winiarski worked for Ivancie Cellars, one of Colorado's early post-Prohibition commercial wineries, in the late 1960s


SND recently sat down with Jim Surdyk and family, as well as general manager Steven Wilk, at Surdyk's, the single-unit 12,000-square-foot store on Minneapolis's northeast side


Supporters of State Question 792 say it is time for a change in the state's liquor laws but there are others who agree with liquor reform that say it has to be done the right way.


Oklahoma grocers, convenience store owners, legislators, chambers and grape growers are gathering to voice their support for changes to Oklahoma alcohol laws.


Two of the students presented posters on their research and participated in a flash talk, or a quick, three-minute presentation on their research. Adams won the "Best Poster" award in the Viticulture category.


The 2016 Missouri Governor's Cup top honor was awarded to St. James Winery for their 2015 Vignoles. This prestigious wine also took home the designations of Best Vignoles and Best of Class Semi-dry White Wine. The Missouri Wine Competition is a premier competition designed to recognize and promote quality wines made in the state.


Members visit Missouri region that produced 2 million gallons of wine per year in the 1880s


Winiarski was apart of the first winery in the state.


The restaurant's answering machine leaves no hint that the eatery is shuttered, asking callers to leave a message to reserve a table for its dinner or Sunday brunch


Nebraska is one of four states to consider legislation that would require manufacturers to make diagnostic, service and technical information available to farmers and independent repair technicians.


Nearly 100 people attended the second annual Montana Grape and Wine Conference in June at the DoubleTree Hotel in Missoula


"there aren't that many people here who want to spend "thousands and thousands of dollars just for one wine"


A compromise reached between liquor and grocery store industry leaders in May will allow each major grocery store chain to sell liquor at only some of their stores.


The conference will take place July 18-20 at the Magnolia Hotel, and will be followed by a one-day symposium about "Adapting and Adopting: The Future of Grape and Wine Production"


They arrested Colin Grizzle, on-duty manager at The Pump Bar, after unsealed bottles of vodka containing bacon, beef, pickles, garlic and jalapeƱos were found in a storage area


According to the complaint, Balfanz allegedly purchased - on multiple occasions - numerous expensive wine bottles from a Burnsville business, but they would ring up for drastically cheaper. In one instance, Balfanz purchased four bottles of wine that rang up for $9.99 each, but in actuality two were valued at $79.99 and the other two were valued at $84.99.


A bar in Oklahoma has found itself in hot water after police discovered they had been infusing vodka with bacon.


It appears that a petition drive has been successful in forcing the Kansas City Council to either repeal a controversial new ordinance governing issuance of new liquor licenses or put the law to a public vote


The McGuires are part of a fledgling movement to build on Montana's potential to grow good grapes and produce fine wines


Kansas' Prairie Fire Winery brought home five medals from the 2016 Amenti Del Vino International Wine Competition, which was held in Mystic, Conn., the end of May

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