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07/22/21

Argentinian Malbec, Italian Pinot Grigio and French Rosé, for $10 a bottle.

07/21/21

More than 180 medals bestowed on Missouri Wineries

07/20/21

The stresses of the pandemic and the demands for equity have moved many independent-restaurant workers to start labor-union drives. Will they get results?

07/19/21

Emergency water releases from reservoirs upstream of Lake Powell are underway to preserve the nation's second-largest reservoir's ability to generate hydroelectric power.

07/16/21

The 2019 Colorado Viognier was awarded 94 points and designated Platinum, the very top honor for the best wine in the Viognier varietal category by the Winemakers Challenge International Wine Competition in San Diego.

07/15/21

The Growing Grapes in Wyoming Symposium in Sheridan is the first event of a three-year effort to provide specialized education for cultivating grapes in Wyoming.

07/12/21

For the second year, the American Society for Enology and Viticulture-Eastern Section (ASEV-ES) held their annual conference as a Zoom meeting. The conference in 2022 is scheduled to take place at the Hilton Minneapolis/Bloomington in Bloomington, Minnesota from July 7 to 9, 2022. The conference in 2023 will tentatively be held in Austin, Texas.

07/12/21

Pontchartrain Vineyards in Bush, La

07/12/21

The Director of Housekeeping for Chaumette Vineyard and Winery, Chris Merseal, said an office building somehow caught fire at approximately 7 p.m. and was destroyed.

07/12/21

Register: Cornell, Penn State and Virginia Tech collaborated with viticulture and enology extension programs at seventeen universities for tomorrow's Eastern Viticulture and Enology Forum.

07/06/21

In case you missed it: Sarasota Wine Markets asked the Court to hear its appeal of a ruling out of Missouri, in which neither a district court judge nor a federal appeals court allowed evidence to be presented. They both simply ruled Florida wine shops cannot ship wine to Missouri customers even though Missouri shops can.

07/02/21

The Chaumette Hiking Center is open Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It will also serve as an information hub on the various hiking trails, AllTrails app, and Leave No Trace principles.

06/28/21

In the American Wine Society Competition, judges tasted more than 550 wines from about 100 wineries around the nation. Stone Hill's 2017 Norton received the Best of Class "Native Wine" award for its balance and taste, Stone Hill Winery strategic operator Nathan Held said.

06/28/21

"We are a marketing consultant company. People often look at us as food bloggers because we use food as a way to have interesting conversations," Woods said. "So, I will describe OKC Black Eats as the company that emphasizes Black culture, Black food and awareness in Oklahoma City."

06/28/21

"It's been tough for small businesses and restaurants," Polis said. "But we're always looking to figure out what are those things that we did during the pandemic that worked and can create a new normal that's better for small businesses, for consumers."

06/25/21

Officers canvased the neighborhood and found a witness who believed she saw a suspicious person and a vehicle earlier near the victim's home.

06/24/21

This announcement follows another recent acquisition involving two refrigerated truckload carriers. On June 16, Heyl Truck Lines announced it had acquired regional carrier Holiday Express in a deal that combined two Iowa-based reefer carriers.

06/23/21

While fully open, many Twin Cities bars and restaurants are having trouble filling their staff.

06/23/21

Will making customers pay "equity" charges backfire? Probably.

06/21/21

The owner of a downtown winery that opened just before the pandemic has just signed a lease that will allow her to expand her space at Wichita's Union Station and give her the ability to double seat, extend hours and eventually add lunch.

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