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01/17/19

Wine Business Monthly is announcing its list of the year's hottest brands, one a day leading up to its annual Bottle Bash party to kick off the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium. Today WBM is announcing Aridus Wine Co., an Arizona winery, founded by Scott and Joan Dahmer, a couple who moved to the state in 2001 in pursuit of a dream to start a winery/vineyard in a region that was beginning to blossom.

01/17/19

Get thee to The Branch for merlot served in the classiest vessel possible

01/16/19

Texas is only state that does not allow beer to-go sales from breweries and, currently, breweries can only sell beer for consumption on their premises

01/15/19

"I just wanted to broaden my horizons with wine... just see what I truly liked, not just the sweet candy-tasting wines," senior Kristen Massey added.

01/14/19

When officers arrived, they found the woman in a nearby restaurant, at which point she was notified that she had been barred from the Walmart location

01/14/19

Commissioner Miller has traditionally had a strong focus on the Texas border and continues to emphasize the importance of border security. While a Texas House of Representatives member, Commissioner Miller oversaw border security issues and more recently has focused on international agricultural trade across the border. He chose to be sworn-in at the Texas border to highlight the importance of the region to agriculture, trade and national security.

01/14/19

Tasting dozens of wines in a short time period with an expert group can be daunting. It's also fun.

01/11/19

The program will feature a number of topics covering integrated pest management, trees and landscape diseases, pesticide laws and regulations, and drift minimization and calibration. Five continuing education units will be offered: two general, one integrated pest management, one laws and regulations, one drift management.

01/10/19

The Distilled Spirits Council is recommending key changes in state law, including: removing unconstitutional ownership restrictions for package stores; repealing antiquated "blue laws" that ban the retail sale of distilled spirits on Sundays; and updating trade practices for distilled spirits to treat all industry players fairly

01/09/19

Health Communications, Inc. (HCI) today announced that eTIPS, an online responsible alcohol server and seller training program, is approved by and meets the requirements of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC). While not required by law, the TABC encourages sellers, servers, and managers to be trained so they are better able to identify and prevent sales of alcoholic beverages to minors and intoxicated persons.

01/09/19

Aridus Wine Company's winemaker, Lisa Strid, is featured in a series of seven videos explaining the uniqueness of the wines she makes in the southeastern Arizona mountain desert.

01/09/19

Drilling deeper wells may not be a good long-term solution to compensate for increasing demands on groundwater, report UA hydrologist Jennifer McIntosh and colleagues ...

01/09/19

The sale of the Pahrump Valley Winery is set to close escrow and the new owners will be taking over the long standing vineyard, restaurant, gift shop, and winery. Tim Burke who is the co-owner of Artesian Cellars is opening the valley's third winery. Burke who is a Pahrump resident, and even a featured writer for the Pahrump Valley Times and has been producing wine here in the valley for a few years. He and his partner are very involved in the industry and are opening an attraction that should bring a positive change to the landscape here in the valley.

01/08/19

The Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT®) is pleased to announce Casa Ferreirinha, a Portuguese reference brand in Douro Wines, as its platinum medal winner in BRIT's 2019 International Award of Excellence in Sustainable Winegrowing competition.

01/07/19

More than double the size of the winery's current spot in South Austin, the 11,000 sq. ft. warehouse at 702 Shady Ln. gives the Infinite Monkey Theorem team room to produce additional varietals in both cans and bottles

01/07/19

The proposed winery on a 9-acre parcel in the shadow of the Santa Catalina Mountains would be a first for Pinal County, but nearby residents are wary that weddings and other events will disrupt their otherwise quiet rural neighborhood

01/04/19

01/03/19

Guest editorial by Ron Thompson, President, National Water Resources Association (NWRA), General Manager, Washington County Water Conservancy District.

12/27/18

The tax and the collection program "is not self-sufficient, nor has it ever been," according to the investigators, who concluded in an October report that the "program's fee structure and operating rules are not fair or transparent to taxpayers, undermining basic good government principles."

12/27/18

In 1983, Utah was the first state to lower its blood alcohol limit from 0.10 to 0.08 for impaired driving. It would take nearly two decades for every state to follow suit, but as they did, the nation's rate of alcohol-related traffic deaths dropped 10 percent. Now, Utah is pioneering the move to lower it once again.

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