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01/20/17

A federal appeals court on Thursday revived a lawsuit challenging Missouri regulations that a broadcasters group, retailer and winery press illegally limit how they can market alcohol, costing broadcasters advertising revenue.

01/20/17

Ban has been in place for more than 80 years

01/20/17

"The defendants "apparently are not as concerned with retailers baiting consumers to drink excessively once they arrive"

01/18/17

Century Liquor announced its closing in 2015 the day after Total Wine announced it would open a new store in Chanhassen (which opened in 2016).

01/18/17

Minnesota lawmakers renewed their decades-old debate over Sunday liquor sales Tuesday as the House Commerce Committee advanced a bill to the House floor on a 15-4 vote

01/12/17

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.

01/12/17

On Wednesday, Gov. Sam Brownback's administration proposed doubling a tax on liquor from 8 percent to 16 percent

01/11/17

The Department of Natural Resources and Army Corps of Engineers became concerned that the tree clearing and other construction activity was allowing illegal discharge to flow into Heads Creek

01/11/17

Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits of Louisiana LLC will pay the money to the 467 black applicants and will seek to hire up to 13 of the individuals to settle allegations that it violated Executive Order 11246, which bars contractors...

01/06/17

A lot of smoke surrounded a 2016 fight between grocers and liquor stores over the former's desire to sell full-strength beer and wine

01/03/17

State lawmakers actually came up with a compromise law, allowing grocery stores to sell full-strength beer, wine and liquor, so the creators of the initiative ended up dropping it

12/29/16

Twenty years in the making, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture has released two new winegrapes - 'Opportunity' and 'Enchantment.'

12/27/16

"Nearly 75 percent of our grape acreage is in the Grand Valley AVA, which stretches along the Colorado River between Palisade and Grand Junction and is known for its unique environment and high elevation, allowing for production of world-class quality winegrapes," said Doug Caskey, Colorado Department of Agriculture's executive director for the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board

12/27/16

Oklahoma liquor retailers are challenging sweeping voter-approved guidelines that expand wine and strong beer sales to grocery and convenience stores but remain puzzled about how their businesses will fit into the new regulatory landscape if their legal challenge is unsuccessful

12/27/16

Brigid Tuck of the University of Minnesota and Tim Martinson of Cornell discussed such trends and challenges confronting vineyards during a Dec. 13 webinar, "Northern Grapes Survey Results: How the industry has changed from 2011 to 2015."

12/21/16

Some local liquor stores are standing behind a lawsuit against the Alcoholic Beverages Law Enforcement Commission...and it's all over the passage of State question 792

12/21/16

Officials with the Colorado Department of Agriculture and Colorado State University are working with a vineyard owner to contain and eradicate the pest even as surveying continues to assess the scope of the infestation.

12/21/16

Trevor and Ryan Massey with Papa Moon Vineyard and Winery came to the Scotts Bluff County Commissioners meeting on Monday, Dec. 19.

12/20/16

The Retail Liquor Association of Oklahoma and Joseph P. Richard, who owns Cache Road Discount Liquor and Wine in Lawton, filed the lawsuit against the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission on Monday in Oklahoma County District Court.

12/19/16

Girouard, father of Girouard Vines co-founder Chris Girouard, developed four new grape varieties that would adapt to the climate in Oklahoma and produce high-quality, good-tasting wines.

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