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12/14/15

State offers grant money to help small vineyards expand in unusual places

12/14/15

Through years of testing, hands-on labor and patience, grapes grown at the University of Minnesota's Horticulture Research Center in Excelsior have become a part of a Midwestern resurgence in fruit breeding set in motion in the '80s

12/11/15

Oregon winery Stone Wolf Vineyards has been acquired by Integrated Beverage Group, a Denver-based wine producer and distributor that hopes to expand the reach of Stone Wolf's Rascal Pinot Noir.

12/09/15

Integrated Beverage Group didn't disclose terms of the deal. Stone Wolf will join a stable of IBG wines that includes Cara Mia from Italy, and Chime and Reaper from California. It's the company's first Oregon wine holding.

12/02/15

Overall, sales of distilled spirits, beer and wine totaled nearly $319.3 million, which represented a 5.4 percent for the period from July 1, 2014 to last June 30. Wholesale sales of spirits in fiscal 2015 totaled about $277.7 million, a level that topped last fiscal year's record by$14.2 million.

11/23/15

The state of North Dakota has recently offered grants to help establish more vineyards in the state, and NDSU meanwhile continues to test grape varieties and is close to developing recommendations on varieties for the state

11/19/15

The pending retirement of Olsen, who lives in California and keeps track of the vineyard - located in Kiler Grove Canyon, near Paso Robles - is the main reason the business is shutting down, said Knight.

11/17/15

Strawbale winery in Renner, SD is owned and operated by Don and Susie South. They have spent the past 9 years creating delicious wines made from local products. Along with creating fun and unique wine flavors, they also have a great venue where they host events throughout the year.

11/13/15

The lawsuit asks a judge to invalidate the permit issued to Dr. Harry Bryant for a store on Arch Street

11/04/15

11/02/15

If public opinion truly matters in the political arena, then Oklahomans will have the opportunity next year to reform the state's highly restrictive, and occasionally bizarre, liquor laws

10/29/15

Having failed at their attempts to get Colorado legislators to allow wine and full-strength beer to be sold in all of their Colorado stores, grocery chains are taking their plea directly to voters.

10/29/15

Over the next three days at the Omni Interlocken Resort, the eleventh annual food-and-wine festival will feature dinners, seminars, tastings, competitions and more.

10/28/15

Five French Quarter strip clubs and bars were ordered to stop selling alcohol and tobacco products immediately after an investigation revealed prostitution, illegal drug activities, and improper acts, the Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control announced Tuesday

10/28/15

The poll of 500 registered voters conducted by The Oklahoman and the polling and political strategies firm Cole Hargrave Snodgrass and Associates Inc. found that 63 percent favor loosening Oklahoma's liquor laws, while 29 percent oppose a change.

10/28/15

If your city-owned liquor store is the only thing standing between you and becoming a ghost town, aren't you already one?

10/28/15

Why not try a rhubarb or honey (mead) selection?

10/27/15

Conference for cool/cold climate grapegrowers will draw international attendees Nov. 11-14

10/27/15

A poll of 500 registered voters conducted by The Oklahoman and the polling and political strategies firm Cole Hargrave Snodgrass and Associates Inc. found that 63 percent support the sale of wine and high-point beer in Oklahoma grocery stores.

10/25/15

attendees will be traveling to the conference from 10 or 11 countries and more than 15 states

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