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After a decade of boutique winemaking in Napa, Sonoma, and Scottsdale, industry veteran Paul Hoffman is shifting the company focus to keep up with a rapidly growing Hard Cider program.


On the corner of West Davis and North Tyler streets sits a monument to one man's mid-life career shake-up


Some like it hot, as producers in the sun-drenched state push the envelope with high-elevation wines. It's time to take a serious look at Arizona


The 15-year-old winery and tasting room will remain open while up for sale at an asking price of $1.1 million


"The possibilities are endless"


This new project is the brainchild of Chamber of Commerce President Steve Ahlenius


A simple purchase at Whole Foods blossomed into a nationally-coveted wine competition


Employee workload at Utah's state-owned liquor stores has increased 22 percent over the past three years, yet average pay remains 13 percent below retail salaries in the private sector, the director of the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC) told lawmakers on Tuesday


Turn back time to 1952, when in the city of Bethon, France, a 21-year-old man named Gilbert Gruet and his wife Danielle followed their dream of establishing the Champagne producing label of Gruet et Fils.


The Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT®) is pleased to announce the winners in its 2017 International Award of Excellence in Sustainable Winegrowing competition.


3 Badge Beverage Corporation has hired Donald Morse as Southwest Regional Manager for its wine division, 3 Badge Enology. Morse is based in Dallas and is responsible for Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Arkansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota.


A stroll through sites like Facebook and Craigslist show booze that's up for grabs. But what's for sale could be a crime.


RENO, Nev. (AP) - A massive storm system stretching from Northern California to Nevada sent rivers overflowing and toppled trees - prompting evacuations, school cancellations, road closures and warnings of dangerous mudslides for...


he third annual Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Texas Wine Grape Grower Workshop will be held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Jan. 20 at Los Pinos Ranch, 658 County Road 1334 in Pittsburg. Michael Cook, AgriLife Extension viticulture program specialist, Denton, said the program is designed for established and prospective wine-grape growers located in North and East Texas. Cook said the workshop will cover topics and practices critical to the development and maintenance of vineyards and a successful grape growing program.


Paul Bonariggo, who bought 800 tons of grapes from the high plains last year…where most of the state's grapes are grown…told WTAW News the issue is not that complicated.


"This year's field day celebrates 25 years of delivering research-based education to grape growers and winemakers"


Jack Mason has made a triumphant return to Pappas Bros. Steakhouse ...


A recent Texas Court of Appeals decision, EATX Coffee, LLC v. Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, provides an important reminder of how principles of administrative law may check the current trend towards "regulation by Internet."


Other Texas winegrowers have seen similar damage, and they blame it on dicamba and 2,4-D, two high-volatility herbicides commonly used on cereal crops, pastures and lawns. Now, the state's vintners are alarmed that use of the chemicals may soon expand to include 3.7 million acres of cotton fields in the High Plains, where cotton is being invaded by weeds immune to the Roundup pesticide long used.


after a $195,000 renovation by the Chamber of Commerce, there's fresh wood paneling throughout the building, giving it a clean, barn feel

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