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12/06/19

Bending Branch and Tallent Vineyards share the award given by Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo and Botanical Research Institute of Texas

12/05/19

The inaugural wine competition of the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo established a unique approach to a Texas wine competition by recognizing both the winery/winemaker and grape grower.

12/04/19

Additional wineries from Chile, Portugal and the United States receive medals for their outstanding ground-to-glass sustainability programs; Jackson Family Wines receives special platinum multi-brand sustainable winegrowing award

12/04/19

Ngyuen was asked for his ID while checking out at the H-E-B at Loop 1604 and Bandera. When the manager started asking questions, Ngyuen took off. He forget to take his ID card with him so police were able to track him down

12/03/19

The main attraction in the auction's first session is an allotment of 504 lots of the most comprehensive offering of Burgundy offered through Heritage Auctions in years. Rousseau, Tremblay, DRC, Vogue, Roumier, Ponsot, Dujac, Rouget, Lignier and Hudelot-Noellat are among the featured choices offered.

11/26/19

This month, Clint Carter of the Tillie's restaurant in the Texas Hill Country town of Dripping Springs offers two of his favorite selections. Located about 20 miles west of Austin, Tillie's is a New American restaurant housed in a century-old building that was once a town hall in Vietnam on a sprawling rustic-chic guest ranch, Camp Lucy.

11/25/19

Three-hundred and fifty years after the first vineyards were planted, Texas wine is finally having a moment. Due to numerous successful vintages, word is spreading-it's time to pay attention to the fifth largest wine producing state. Mediterranean grapes from Spain, southern France, and Italy thrive in Texas. If you are looking for the perfect wine to wow your boss, colleagues, friends, family, or hard to please oenophile, Texas is the answer. There are too many high-quality wines in Texas to list here, but these ten wines will get your holiday gift giving started.

11/22/19

Commitment to winemaking quality and integrity unite two storied, passionate teams for this rare blend of fruit from estate vineyards in California and Texas

11/19/19

When the vineyard was planted on campus in 2010, on a hill next to the racquetball courts, the idea was to teach students real-life lessons about growing grapes. The conversion of those racquetball courts into a working winery introduced hands-on experience making wine. By 2015, the Southwest Wine Center at Yavapai College opened a tasting room offering the public a chance to sample its offerings in a setting that let students hone customer service skills. Now the students will be learning a new lesson: How being named the state's best wine affects sales. Judges in the 2019 azcentral Arizona Wine Competition named the 2018 Southwest Wine Center Viogner as Best In Show, the top wine in the statewide competition.

11/15/19

Eden Hill Vineyard & Winery has opened a location at the DFM, featuring tastings, glasses, and bottles of Eden Hill's award-winning Texas-grown wine.

11/13/19

Management of New Mexico's Engle vineyard, the state's largest contiguous site with 75 acres in full production, has transferred from Precept Wine-owners of noted sparkling winery Gruet-to Ruidoso's Noisy Water Vineyards & Winery

11/08/19

The survey results are important when talking to elected officials and government agencies that are responsible for developing programs to further support the Texas wine and grape industry.

11/06/19

This recent wave of shuttered eateries makes you wonder just how hospitable Austin is for restaurant owners. Here's some food for thought on that front: A new study ranks Austin as the second best place in the U.S. to launch a restaurant, behind Seattle. And it puts Austin in 28th place among 75 major global cities.

11/05/19

The dedication and opening of the Arthur and Gaye Platt Wine Fermentation Laboratory was held recently in College Station and will be housed in the Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Horticultural Sciences.

11/01/19

"All year there's work to be done," said Arnold, noting that during the winter the grapes will be crushed, processed, fermented, and finally bottled in preparation for the spring and summer, when new wine vintages will be released.

10/30/19

The company is hosting a "spooky Halloween funeral" for 3.2 percent beer Wednesday night as the state prepares to start selling 5 percent alcohol-by-volume (4% alcohol-by-weight) in grocery and convenience stores on Friday.

10/30/19

For the second consecutive year, Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC) will be a sponsor of the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women campaign.

10/30/19

Coca-Cola Co., PepsiCo, Keurig Dr Pepper among those pushing consumers to regularly recycle their products.

10/30/19

In the Hester family, C.L. Butaud was called "Frenchy," and he happened to be a committed teetotaler. Nonetheless, grandson Randy Hester's reference-standard Texas winery carries the Butaud name forward today.

10/25/19

Fast-Growing Global Brand Selected as Official Champagne of the Iconic World Championship Horse Racing Competition

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