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07/23/20

Locals winemakers go back to the earth

07/23/20

The novel coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in the wine world, from supply-chain disruptions to empty restaurants to shuttered tasting rooms. Therefore, it's past time to give a loud shout-out to nine Houston families who are bringing wines to market from California and Oregon and as far away as the Andean foothills, in Argentina's Mendoza province.

07/20/20

By amending the boundaries of a licensed premises, a business will have the benefit of conducting all privileges granted under the license/permit in the newly added space - such as alcohol sales and service.

07/20/20

Meet Alyson Rae Lawson, the African American owner of a 7-Eleven franchise in Arlington, Texas who is making history and winning big while setting record-high sales. Her store has been selling out bottles of Black Girl Magic wine from McBride Sisters Collection, a brand owned by sisters Robin and Andrea McBride - founders of the largest Black-owned vintner in the country.

07/20/20

With his restaurant at Las Vegas' Palms Resort still closed, the Philadelphia chef is bringing some staff to a new location. Plus, a tavern from José Andrés closes in D.C., Del Posto auctions part of its Wine Spectator Grand Award-winning wine collection, and more

07/20/20

Wineries and breweries have the same licensing, D'Andrea said, but while breweries can open, the wineries are shut down by the governor's public-health order.

07/20/20

"We know that many wineries have been submitting new diagrams of their permitted premises. The reason that some permit holders might choose to do this would be to allow individuals that have purchased wine to sit on adjoining non-permitted property and consume wine. Nothing in the language of the memo should be construed as permission for a tasting room to resume service for on-premise consumption.

07/17/20

Multiple lawsuits in Texas and Florida take issue with the consistency of those state's restrictions on bar operations due to coronavirus, while restaurants are still allowed to offer services.

07/17/20

Distillery and winery owners say their businesses are different from traditional bars, which Gov. Greg Abbott closed in June after COVID-19 cases began to spike.

07/16/20

Wilderness Road™ to trailblaze an endless world of new drink possibilities

07/16/20

The early pioneers of Texas grape growers, Reddy Vineyards, has paved the way for the Texas wine industry once again. Dr. Vijay and Subada Reddy, along with their son Akhil Reddy, have bottled their family's passion for fine wine grapes and the Texas High Plains, under their estate label Reddy Vineyards, using 100% Texas-grown fruit. And, this August, Reddy Vineyards is introducing nine new wines and two new vintages to their portfolio.

07/16/20

The Celebration Goes On (With Pandemic Protocols)

07/15/20

07/14/20

Plans are to grow to about 5,000 cases annually, which would put Narrow Path at the size of a medium size boutique winery.

07/13/20

07/10/20

Bars are returning to Phase 1 restrictions under the state's reopening plans at 11:59 p.m., PDT meaning those without food have to close except for curbside pick up where applicable. Nevada is the latest in a series of states to pause or rollback reopening plans.

07/08/20

There are two specific things being targeted by businesses that they are hoping to change: One, to allow for curbside pickup or delivery of beer from grocery stores, and two, to-go mixed drinks from bars.

07/08/20

Eric has spent a majority of his career on the supplier side and distributor side, running regions in the west; Mainly; California, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, & Oregon. Eric comes to Favorite Brands to reshape the sales force and to guide the Spirits division to the next level of success by developing brands and creating the best selections of craft spirits in Texas.

07/06/20

Texas wineries are pushing the state to let them re-open. This week Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller sent a letter to Governor Greg Abbott asking him to allow wineries to operate.

07/06/20

Wine Spencer, which is based in Arizona with a presence in New York, offers customers an engaging and approachable way to learn about the origins of wine, different wine varieties and food pairings through classes and wine tastings.

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