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The Indiana Complaint is by wine fans and a wine retailer called the Chicago Wine Company. The Texas Complaint was filed by a consumer, a business owner and a corporation called House of Glunz claiming to be a wine retailer.


You'll know you've arrived at Free State Cellars, a winery sitting on a bayou in Orange, when you see the "X" and the crossed pistols


Disruption has been spearheading innovation when it comes to packaging wine, from cans to no-cork closures. And in Texas, where size matters, a new kid on the block is busting out. Enter Park Cities entrepreneur Jimmy Gallivan, CEO of Crazy Beautiful Wines, a new brand of 1-liter wine bottles. A third larger than a standard 750-milliliter bottle, the 1-liter has long been a trendy size in wine bars in Brooklyn and San Francisco.


In keeping with the State Fair of Texas mission of promoting agriculture, education, and community involvement, we are happy to introduce the Fair's new Blue Ribbon Wine Selection program. Sponsored by GO TEXAN and in partnership with the Texas Wine Advocate, 12 of Texas' best wines were selected from a pool of more than 100 entries. In addition to supporting local agriculture and educating visitors on the best Lone Star wine, this program brings communities of people together to enjoy a glass of great Texas flavors at the State Fair Wine Garden.


Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits ("Southern Glazer's")-the world's pre-eminent distributor of beverage alcohol-today announced the retirement of Michael Jahn, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Arizona and New Mexico, effective at the end of 2019. Mr. Jahn has been with Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits for 34 years, holding various roles of increasing responsibility. Beginning in January of 2020, Tom Boyle, currently Senior Vice President and General Manager of Sales for Phoenix, will become the new Executive Vice President and General Manager of Arizona. Greg Templeton, currently the Director of Sales for New Mexico, will become the Executive Vice President and General Manager of New Mexico. Both Tom and Greg will report to Patrick Daul.


The restaurant will replace The Country Club at Wynn, but there's no news on the scope of the new spot or even its name. Keller's Bouchon Bistro has been a fixture at The Venetian since the Venezia Tower opened there in early 2004.


Called Booch.cbd, it's an invention from Jenny Hunter, a Dallas yoga instructor, and it combines the vastly popular fermented probiotic drink kombucha with the even more massively popular CBD oil.


In early April the Neffs purchased the Christoval Vineyard and Winery nestled along the banks of the South Concho River from their longtime friends Drex and Nancy Vincent.


North Texas Wine Country's first event is coming up in just over a week. The public is invited to a grand tasting, including a blind tasting, on July 14th at the Addison Conference Center from 1pm-6pm. Over 40 wines from over 20 wineries will be tasted.


A private equity firm will invest $100 million in the new restaurants


"Where in the world would you, personally, invest in vineyards?"


"It was just nuts," said Terry Wood, spokesman for the Utah Department of Alcohol and Beverage Control, describing what happened last year when the state's 46 liquor stores received a total of 110 bottles.


The homegrown New Mexico winery, which launched in 1984, doubled its production of sparkling wines over the past five years, from 1.2 million bottles in 2014 to 2.4 million last year, Gruet operations firector Michael Dominguez told hundreds of participants at Albuquerque Economic Development's quarterly luncheon last week.


Founder Vijay Reddy and CEO Akhil Reddy hired Eric Sigmund, a wine buyer at Total Wine's national headquarters in Maryland, to move to Texas as COO. He explained to me that he heads up the sales and marketing efforts.


The agreement comes three months after Reuters reported that Caesars had agreed to give Eldorado access to its books under pressure from billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who earlier this year was awarded seats on Caesars' board.


People say prison changes you. People say pregnancy changes you. Now I know exactly what they mean- both of them. That's not to say this 30 day no caffeine, no alcohol prison has been all unsolicited shower visits. No, 30 days without matcha and whisky meant 30 nights of restful sleep with vivid dream visits from friends near and far. Thirty days of pure, non-stimulant induced joy where I could just be happy in my work and the people around me. Maybe I want more of that. Maybe this was a story about change.


Theorem Vineyards is the culmination of a dream for this ambitious Houston couple, who are considered young to dive into the challenging world of wine making.


HydraHeat is built on Water Now's patented flameless heating technology and is perfect for any environment that requires portable, fast heat.


Keith Goldston's impressive collection includes an $80,000 bottle of Bordeaux.


Review concludes characterization of expenses by head of ANZ's New Zealand operation fell short of internal standards

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