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04/18/19

Tastings, fundraisers, classes and glasses to try during Colorado Natural Wine Week

04/15/19

Many smaller farming operations are struggling in Minnesota.

04/15/19

In tracing back his ancestry, Jeff Quint, co-owner of Cedar Ridge Winery and Distillery in Swisher, said wine-making has been in his family for nine generations. Originally, Quint said, his great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather worked as a wine and spirits tradesman in Wintrich, German, around 1705.

04/12/19

The U.S. district judge dismissed some of Major Brands' claims but allowed the company to file an amended complaint.

04/11/19

Head sommelier Chris Dunaway is getting promoted at the luxury resort's Grand Award-winning restaurant

04/08/19

RiNo's newest lounge brings a wine bar from the owners of Nocturne Jazz Club. Noble Riot is now pouring vino from small farmers and winemakers who produce wines "with character and honesty."

04/08/19

RiNo's newest lounge brings a wine bar from the owners of Nocturne Jazz Club. Noble Riot is now pouring vino from small farmers and winemakers who produce wines "with character and honesty."

04/04/19

laintiffs had challenged the Missouri statutes under both the so-called "dormant" Commerce Clause and the Privileges and Immunities Clause of the Federal Constitution

04/04/19

A Tulsa liquor distributor won the first round Tuesday in what he described as a fight against unfair business practices put in motion by Oklahoma's alcohol modernization laws. Senate Bill 608, by Sen. Kim David, R-Porter, received its first hearing in current form Tuesday afternoon in the House Judiciary Committee. Stripped of the language that cleared the Senate 44-0 in early March, SB 608 now restores language requiring manufacturers - distilleries and wineries - to make their products available to all wholesalers.

04/03/19

As temperatures continue to rise, so do the water levels of rivers across the region. South of Casselton, the owners of the 4e Winery are watching, waiting and hoping for the best as the creek that passes by the business swells with water from snowmelt.

04/03/19

The US District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri handed down its decision in Sarasota Wine Market v. Parson. The decision upholds Missouri's laws permitting in-state retailers to sell and deliver directly to consumers' homes, but withholding that same privilege to out-of-state retailers ...

04/01/19

Local entrepreneur Penney Adams is hoping to blend her passion for great wines and her love of Steamboat Springs into her latest business, the Steamboat Winery

04/01/19

For many decades now, the only beer you could buy in Kansas grocery and convenience stores was limited to 3.2% alcohol.

03/29/19

The drought contingency plan aims to keep two Colorado River reservoirs from crashing. Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming recently agreed to push for federal legislation to implement the plan. Their goal is to have a bill approved by April 22 so that Mexico's water contributions also kick in next year, though nothing's been introduced yet.

03/27/19

Integrated Beverage Group (IBG), owners of Great Oregon Wine Company, Duck Pond Cellars, Rascal and Replica, today announced the launch of LifeVine Wine, a new wine option appealing to health conscience consumers.

03/26/19

The New Orleans Wine and Food Experience will uncork thousands of bottles between April 3 and 7 at its 27th annual event. In years past, the festival as been held on Memorial Day weekend

03/22/19

Douglas Machine Inc. will be attending America's Largest Craft Brewing Industry Gathering at Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America in Denver, Colorado April 8 - 11 in Booth 21029. See the enclosed information for more details on our offerings.

03/22/19

A fermentation science program aimed at enhancing skills for employees of breweries, distillers and winemakers, as well as homebrewers, is being developed by Laramie County Community College educators and an advisory council of industry representatives

03/22/19

In Fremont County alone, Jorgenson estimates that more than a million bushels of corn and nearly half a million bushels of soybeans have been lost after water overwhelmed grain bins before they could be emptied of last year's crop. His calculation using local grain prices puts the financial loss at more than $7 million in grain alone. That's for about 28 farmers in his immediate area, he said.

03/21/19

These beverage professionals are raising the bar for the drinks scene in Oklahoma's capital city

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