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08/13/20

For a second time, Basemakers appeared on the Inc. 5000 list. ranking #386 with 3-year growth of over 1,195%

08/13/20

But consumers aren't always pinching pennie. They are willing to splurge on expensive Champagne for a special occasion or a craft beer made in Utah.

08/11/20

"We gave it all. We gave it all, and there's certain circumstances I can not change," said Chef Tai Lee, the owner of Veritas Wine & Bistro.

08/10/20

Wine & Food Week is set to hold a series of four events throughout The Woodlands later this year after the 16th annual tasting event week was postponed in May.

08/10/20

Texas Monthly spoke with Pellegrini, an Austin native with a level one certification with the Court of Master Sommeliers, about pairing tacos and wine, demystifying wine vis-à-vis Mexican food, why it's so hard to get Mexican wines in the U.S., and "giving a shit about what you consume."

08/10/20

The portion of California deemed abnormally dry grew by almost 7%, mainly in eastern San Bernardino County. Large portions of Arizona and parts of southern Nevada slipped from abnormally dry into moderate drought, and severe drought expanded in southern Arizona.

08/10/20

Wine purchases of any case, 6-pack, or 3-pack of wine include your ticket to access Grape Aid 2020 virtual concert on August 29. They're aiming to sell $1 million in local wine.

08/07/20

According to a survey published by the National Association of American Wineries sales by New Mexico wineries fell an average of 77 percent since the pandemic's start with Noisy Water's declining 80 percent in April alone. Addressing this first key development for the state's wineries since its mid-March shutdown, Riddle exclaimed that "with revenue drastically reduced for wineries, we face a dire need to sell product with harvest drawing near."

08/07/20

Texas winemaker Umbra Winery & Market has closed its tasting room in Grapevine, and is consolidating its operations at its vineyard in Springtown, 50 miles northwest of Dallas.

08/06/20

The winery came up for sale because Raymond Haak wanted to retire and his grown children had already pursued other careers. This is his second retirement, having retired as an engineer years ago only to start working 80-hour weeks as the owner of a winery.

08/05/20

Vino 100, located at 1131 Steamboat Parkway in south Reno, was fined $2,603 by OSHA after industry-specific guidance and directives during both an initial observation and a follow up visit were not followed. Upon observation of ongoing noncompliance during a follow up visit, OSHA launched a formal investigation into the employer.

07/30/20

Michael Cook, AgriLife Extension viticulture specialist, Denton, said 2020 presented another unique growing season due to weather in some areas and vineyard and wineries navigating COVID-19.

07/30/20

For the first time in Utah history, annual sales of wine, beer and spirits broke the half-billion mark.

07/29/20

Utah's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has hit a milestone -- a half-billion dollars in sales.

07/29/20

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission suspended liquor permits at 18 bars over the weekend, including six in Houston, as part of an enforcement sweep after several hundred owners said they would open in defiance of Gov. Greg Abbott's closure orders.

07/29/20

The Pahrump Valley Winery will stay without a license for the next several weeks after action by the Nye County Liquor Board on Tuesday-extending the rift between the board and the winery that was put on display in recent weeks.

07/27/20

Pahrump Valley Winery has been operating on a conditional liquor license for more than a year. And after failed attempts to secure a permanent, valid license, the county has suspended the establishment's liquor license. A hearing on the matter is scheduled for next week. SHOW MORE

07/27/20

They fall under Governor'Abbott's mandate for bars, which are closed because they both sell alcohol.

07/27/20

Some 800 barkeeps say they will defy Gov. Greg Abbott's order and participate in what they are calling "Freedom Fest," according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

07/27/20

Four judges sampled 39 wines from Nevada's commercial winemakers and 73 from hobbyists on June 26 and June 27.

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