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"This shatters the old record low of 28 degrees set back in 1916"


They seek to find the difference between current payments by the federal government and the actual taxable value of the land.


ePac Flexible Packaging, a market leader in quick-turn, short to medium length run length production of flexible packaging, has announced that its next location will open in Austin, Texas in early 2019, with order taking now available.


A fully-automated bottling machine is finally up and running at Pahrump Valley Winery. Co-owners, and husband and wife duo, Bill and Gretchen Loken say it's a far cry from what came before it.


The Texas Wine & Grape Growers Association Board announced the appointment of Dacota Haselwood, former long-time TWGGA staffer, to the position of Executive Director. Dacota's selection follows the resignation of the current Executive Director, April Mitchell, who resigned to pursue other business interests.


Calling all wine enthusiasts, the Corpus Christi Wine Festival is back and will feature more than 75 kinds of wine from 14 countries around the world this weekend.


Two wines that I have perennially praised were among the five winners.


A bnew business opportunity has been uncorked in the Texas Hill Country. Kerrville's first and only winery is now on sale with a price tag of more than $3.2 million.


Following up on last month's article on New Mexico wines, I'm showcasing a winery in northern New Mexico that is producing interesting wines and exemplifies the winery experience that you will find in the Land of Enchantment. Black Mesa Winery is located in Velarde on State Route 68, the main road between Santa Fe and Taos, and produces a wide range of single varietal wines and blends.


Toast Spirits LLC, owner of BEAU JOIE Champagne, today announced the joining of Internationally-recognized DJ and Grammy winning producer Tiësto as the Global Creative Director for the rapidly growing luxury brand.


The DABC has begun putting up posters and handing out cards with a QR code and a website address for people to give feedback on liquor stores.


Put on by Texas A&M University and the University of Texas at Austin's Foodways Texas and sponsored H-E-B, Camp Vino was a crash course of everything Texas wine. Its aim: educating while promoting a wine industry that has become as much a draw to this Hill Country town as schnitzel and peach stands.


Arizona PBS is serving up a major new original local program to give viewers a behind-the-scenes look into one of the country's hottest food scenes in "Plate & Pour" with Chef Mark Tarbell.


"When you're having fun it's not a lot of work ... I basically can roll out of bed and have a lot of fun that day."


The Shops at La Cantera heard consistently positive responses when they began allowing customers to sip alcohol while walking around or shopping, so now it's expanding the concept.


Saverglass, a premium glass company headquartered in France, officially celebrated the opening of its fifth bottle production plant in Acatlan de Juarez, just outside of Guadalajara in Jalisco, Mexico on October 18, 2018. At a conference and tour for press, clients and team members, hundreds gathered to celebrate and see the new $120 million facility.


To the list of hitherto unrecognized Texas wineries add Valley Mills Vineyards (VMV), 25 miles west of Waco, just outside the town of Valley Mills.


The Kroger Co. is boosting its grocery delivery capabilities through a new partnership that will provide home delivery of wine in certain markets.



Vertical expects to employ between 500 and 550 workers once the 29-acre campus is at full operations.

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