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04/19/21

When February's winter storms left people without safe drinking water, Texas A&M's Wine to Water organization responded with hundreds of ZeroWater systems and canned water.

04/19/21

historic lows could trigger the federal government's first-ever official shortage declaration and prompt cuts in Arizona and Nevada.

04/19/21

Adds José Maria da Fonseca winery to their portfolio with the brands Lancers, Periquita, Domini and Alambre Moscatel de Setúbal.

04/16/21

The vaccine drive will kick off in Houston on Monday, April 19 and Tuesday, April 20 for a clinic at the Smart Financial Centre. The clinic will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Memorial Hermann Health System will serve as the vaccine administrator with support given by Fertitta Entertainment and the Houston Rockets. Memorial Hermann will administer approximately 12,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine (6,000 per day) to individuals ages 16 and older.

04/15/21

After more than two months of back and forth deliberations, the Cache County Council approved a local ordinance revision Tuesday that will allow the licensing of wineries in Cache Valley.

04/15/21

ICE press release: "He is a public safety threat because of his aggravated felony conviction."

04/13/21

Some of its customers will now be able to choose to have their pizza delivered by Nuro's R-2 robot.

04/09/21

In February, as a polar vortex pummeled Texas with unseasonably freezing temperatures for 10 days, Julie Kuhlken of Stonewall's Pedernales Cellars was simply trying to survive 24 hours at a time.

04/06/21

In February, as a polar vortex pummeled Texas with unseasonably freezing temperatures for 10 days, Julie Kuhlken of Stonewall's Pedernales Cellars was simply trying to survive 24 hours at a time.

04/05/21

For $500, restaurants with a beer and wine license will be able to serve spirits made in New Mexico. For $10,000, owners can get their full liquor license.

04/05/21

As weary parents know, family vacation is much more entertaining when it comes with libations and other adult offerings. To that end, a Texas waterpark is ensuring kids can dive in and adults can kick back and enjoy some local grape on getaways at a new "Wine Walk."

04/05/21

Dozens of Black-owned restaurants are participating this year. Plus, you're in for a treat! The organization expanded its list this year to include food trucks, sweets, and more.

04/05/21

Tiffany Clason talks about the future of the alcohol agency - including customer service, special ordering and employee pay.

04/05/21

Sip in the shade-or on the porch swing, or in a new three-tier deck-at these destinations with events and programming in the great outdoors.

04/05/21

A Closer Look at Messina Hof Harvest Green Winery & Kitchen - a Family Tradition Grows

04/01/21

For the first time, this year's celebration will extend over three weekends-Wine & Family Weekend, Wine & Food Weekend, and Wine & Art Weekend to allow for additional social distancing procedures and create more unique opportunities to experience the best of Texas wine.

03/31/21

The climate, topography and soil of the Texas High Plains Region

03/30/21

One of the welcome by-products of keeping up with Texas Winery Dogs is that one gets to visit Texas wineries that one would not otherwise see. So it was this weekend when my dog took me out to Edge of the Lake Vineyard and Winery (EOTL) north of Sanger, home of Southern BBQ and part way between Denton and Texas Winery Dog town of Muenster.

03/29/21

On Saturday, seven-day positivity rate reached an all-time low of 5.27 per cent

03/29/21

So we've rounded up some of the best wineries just a short trip away from San Antonio so you and your (hopefully vaccinated) friends can create positive memories in this "new normal" we're navigating.

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