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Cooperative Extension and the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources will host "Growing Grapes and Making Wine in Nevada," 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Oct. 29 and Nov. 5 and 12.


Forests covering an area the same size as Denmark have been lost to fires caused by climate change in the US West over the past 30 years, researchers say


As demand for fine wine continues to grow, winemakers are turning to varietals better suited to the state's climate.


"We can certainly make improvements in the area of staffing and pay," Executive Director Sal Petilos said after the annual state audit was presented Tuesday.


After buying Spicewood Vineyards from a pair of Texas wine pioneers in 2007, he's ready for the rest of the world to recognize the big strides that winemakers around the state have made with the quality of their wines.


Visitors roaming the grounds of the Wines of the San Juan winery enjoyed live music, seeing their friends and the taste of the wines served today as part of the 15th annual Harvest Wine Festival


The award was presented on Saturday, September 10 at the Texas Wine Tribute as part of the 30th Annual GrapeFest


Gruet produces Methode Champenoise sparkling wines. In 2014, it announced a partnership in a vineyard at the Santa Ana Pueblo, managed by the pueblo and the Tamaya Nation. The 2016 vintage marks the first year of that harvest


Every so often you encounter an individual who knows where great wine starts. People know you have to have outstanding grapes to make awesome wines. Penny Adams of Wedding Oak Winery knows this oh so well and flourishes in the vineyard, nursing her vines from infancy to awesome wine. She is one of two or three women in Texas who thrives with her grape vines in the vineyards.


She got her degree in viticulture from Texas A&M University in 1980 and got her two-year Master's Degree at Fresno State University in one year focusing on Texas vines on UT Lands in West Texas.


While I would never encourage anyone to abandon tequila, I would suggest perhaps considering a new addition to wet your palate: Mexican wines. This summer, I was introduced to a few blends produced in the Baja California Peninsula, particularly Valle de Guadalupe. The region is just a two-hour drive from San Diego, and minutes from the popular fishing town of Ensenada. There are about 50 wineries in the valley, with a marked wine route ("ruta del vino") on Highway 33.


A visit to the Stone House Vineyard and you understand how it got its name. The winery is constructed of massive limestone blocks each weighing more than 2,000 pounds, making it a veritable stone house


A Perfect Score, which will be officially released next Tuesday in Dallas


Arizona now has two federally designated American Viticulture Areas, both of them in Southern Arizona


Eat, drink, be merry and sleep it off with the 39-year-old winery


breaking ground on warehouse in Hutchins, nine miles south of Dallas


2016 Sonoma Sommelier Stars, Sponsored by Rodney Strong Vineyards


Karla is expanding her wine business with all of her wines being sold in her wine tasting rooms or area Brookshire Brothers, local restaurants and area liquor stores


Eric Dunlap and Brad Banyai are betting they can. The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Tuesday granted a wine manufacturing license to their new venture called Dunlap-Banyai Family Wines.


A Texas judge struck down a state law that prevented three craft brewers from selling their distribution rights, in a blow against what their attorney called "politically connected beer distributors."

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