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We have three routes for you to try, compiled with input from Leslee D. Miller, a Minnesota-based, certified sommelier and owner of Amusée + Sip Better Wine Club.


"We're not making any money at all, but we drink some good wine," Wrabec said. But after a decade in business, there are sour grapes between Wrabec and the city.


A new wine competition is coming to New Orleans on November 6-8. The New Orleans International Wine Awards hopes to draw competing wineries from around the world to be evaluated by judges from across the country.


Head to Continental Divide Winery's tasting room in Alma or Breckenridge for a crash course in high-elevation vino.


"Women are being taken more seriously in high positions - whether they be wine critics, winemakers for prestigious brands or owners of prestigious brands."


Food trucks have become a common sight around the Des Moines metro. Now local wine lovers are seeing a similar concept


The Wine Wagen - Iowa's first mobile wine bar - is a rehabbed 1968 Volkswagen bus that's open for business serving glasses of wine at Colby Park at 6900 School Street in Windsor Heights during its Tuesday night Nights in the Heights events starting at 6 p.m.


"You can get whiskey online and all you'll see is a bottle," said Strable, who launched a new bi-monthly whiskey subscription club earlier this year. "You don't hear the story behind the whiskey. We wanted to do it better and build an entire experience."


Since opening in March 2017 the spot has rapidly established itself as a Cherry Creek favorite, garnering a growing flock of dedicated regulars, some even taking the time to stop in on a daily basis


National organic and natural retailer Natural Grocers will unveil the Cottage Wine and Craft Beer concept at the Beaverton-area Natural Grocers store on July 11.


State investigators believe fireworks led to a fire early Thursday that destroyed a guest house and wine production area at the Cedar Hills Vineyard and Gardens outside Ravenna in south central Nebraska


Wednesday's ruling reverses a lower court ruling in what had been a victory for a liquor-industry lobbying group and the Louisiana Restaurant Association. They had argued that the city exceeded its authority by imposing alcohol taxes in excess of what was allowed by state law.


Just one day after several northeast Oklahoma counties approved some type of liquor by the drink proposition, people on both sides of the issue are still speaking out.


Back pain was making it hard to sit or stand for more than 15 minutes, Overboe said, and that makes it difficult to operate the winery.


Many know State Question 792, placed on the ballot via SJR 68, as the "wine in grocery stores" or "cold beer in liquor stores" measure. It is those things and a lot more. As the state's alcohol regulating agency, the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission has been busy preparing to implement SQ 792


The ruling was issued June 15 by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. District Judge Henry Autrey dismissed the suit "because the challenged statutes do not result in discrimination between in-state and out-of-state producers or products, and because the statutes are legitimate exercises of Missouri's authority under the Twenty-first Amendment, [so] the Complaint fails to state a Commerce Clause claim upon which relief can be granted."


Everything that happened over the weekend at the extravagant annual event


Bob & Deb Grosz, owners of Dakota Vines Vineyard & Winery, join Amy & JJ on their opening day!


As is usually the case at Food & Wine magazine's annual Aspen Classic, the seminar lineup is looking fun, insightful and glamourous. Where else can you drink Champagne for breakfast and still use it as a learning experience?


The University of Minnesota is creating cold-hardy varieties for a small but growing northern wine scene

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