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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.

07/25/14

Missouri-based spirits and wine wholesaler Major Brands has agreed to acquire local rival Missouri Beverage Co. (MoBev) for an undisclosed sum. The deal is expected to close this fall.

07/23/14

Whether you don't want to drag the kids to a liquor store with you, or you shouldn't get behind the wheel, the store can come straight to you with the click of a button

07/22/14

As the temperature rises, we all tend to look for anything that will cool us off. One great and delicious option is an ice-cold popsicle, but why not take it one step further and make it a delicious wine-infused popsicle?

07/22/14

uch a loss is devastating, but two years later, Mick McDowell is philosophical about the fire. "Everybody goes through difficulties."

07/21/14

Flagstaff House has once again been honored with the Wine Spectator Grand Award for their commitment to fine wine and their 15,000-bottle wine cellar, an award they have won every year since 1983.

07/18/14

Little Hills will keep its restaurant and tasting room, but the actual winery is set to move to a 37-acre piece of land out in unincorporated St. Charles County pending conditional use permit approval. It's just four miles from Winghaven and Highway 40.

07/18/14

There's yet another casualty of last winter's polar vortex: grapes.

07/17/14

The world's largest retailer, headquartered in Bentonville, contributed $333,333.33 each to the group's organizers in Craighead, Saline and Faulkner counties, according to a report filed July 15 with the Arkansas Ethics Commission

07/17/14

"All of the vineyards north of the metro are either showing a 100 percent loss or near 100 percent losses for all of their grapevines," Minnesota Grape Growers President Irv Geary said.

07/15/14

Alcohol sales are actually on the rise across the state, especially in Denver

07/11/14

The Woodbury City Council recently unanimously approved the Maryland company's request to build a store at Woodbury Village. The new location will be the wine giant's third in the Twin Cities. The company recently opened a store in Roseville and another in Burnsville is on the way.

07/11/14

Some powerful agriculture interests want to declare farming a right at the state level as part of a wider campaign to fortify the ag industry against crusades by animal-welfare activists and opponents of genetically modified crops.

07/09/14

The middle man between Napa Valley and South Dakota wine drinkers soon might disappear - but supporters of legalizing wine-by-mail shipments in the state shouldn't raise a glass just yet.

07/08/14

The middle man between Napa Valley and South Dakota wine drinkers soon might disappear - but supporters of legalizing wine-by-mail shipments in the state shouldn't raise a glass just yet.

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