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09/22/17

New research predicts that an increase in the frequency and magnitude of wildfires will double the rates of sedimentation in one-third of the West's large watersheds, reducing reservoir storage and affecting water supplies.

09/21/17

Peju will donate a portion of online sales to relief efforts for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

09/20/17

trying to get back to normal and move forward amid the unprecedented damage

09/19/17

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, I think anything you can do to support the state, its workers and its economy would be much appreciated, and one of the smallest and easiest gestures would be to forego whatever other bottle of wine you were about to buy and pick up one from Texas. You might feel good about doing it, and more likely than not, you will be surprised by how good it tastes.

09/19/17

Lewandowski runs what's arguably the most unconventional winemaking operation in the U.S.

09/18/17

One of West Texas's wettest summers on record has been good for grape growers

09/15/17

Houston-area wine professionals face a mounting number of challenges as their employers reopen their venues. While most wine-focused businesses are up and running, fine wine sales have decreased markedly since the flooding

09/14/17

Long time visitor and six year resident of St. Thomas, Paul Hoffman, announced today that two of his Desert Rock Industries Wine brands will benefit the urgent relief need for the U.S. owned islands in the Caribbean. "I started my wine career in the VI and many of my best friends that I consider family still live there," said Hoffman. "The No Shoes and Rasta Wine brands were conceived based off of experiences living in my second home, The USVI."

09/14/17

City councilors unanimously rejected a waiver for a fine-wine superstore that wants to open its doors in a south-side commercial complex - even amid questions over whether the applicant needed the waiver to open the proposed Total Wine & More near a Cerrillos Road church.

09/12/17

The trip comes as negotiations to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and Canada got off to a rocky start.

09/12/17

Sommeliers Amie Hendrickson and Julia Dixon selected to attend ProWein 2018

09/11/17

Hurricane poured between 3 and 5 feet of rain on some Gulf Coast vineyards ..."We're fortunate. We can stagger our fermentations here. The first week in July we harvest the whites; the first week in August we bring in the reds. Then in September we get grapes from West Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico and California"

09/08/17

Swooping in ahead of Hurricane Irma's feared weekend arrival, an emergency response team is rescuing rare treasures - some of them survivors of world wars and all of them liquid - from harm's way in Florida and Louisiana

09/08/17

Vintners in the Hill Country region finished harvest just days ahead of the storm; now many are helping with relief efforts

09/07/17

Produce growers, many of whom have operations in all three countries, said they like the current dispute resolution system.

09/07/17

Lost wages, transportation issues, and closed businesses will make the coming months a struggle

09/05/17

The short, good-news answer: nope

09/05/17

"Winery reports thus far have confirmed healthy crop loads with excellent wet chemistry parameters and very good aromatic potential"

09/05/17

As Houston and surrounding areas assess storm damage, the hospitality industry helps the recovery

09/05/17

The Village of Elgin Winery will celebrate its newest venture the Elgin Brewhouse on Saturday, Sept. 2, but it won't be all about cocktails, beer and ribbon-cutting.

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