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06/17/19

Kim Ingmire admits she thought her husband was "nuts" when he suggested that they open a winery on a portion of the 45 acres on which they live at 6000 W Waterloo Road, just east of May Avenue

06/14/19

Dr. Watrelot will be a tenure-track faculty member in FSHN and in that role will conduct research and develop an extension program related to wine science. Dr. Watrelot will NOT have a direct appointment in the MGWII although she will work closely with the institute and staff.

06/13/19

Acres and acres of farmland is flooded from the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers in St. Charles, Missouri. Homes have been surrounded by flooding, as well with homes only accessible by boat. Many farmers have had to move equipment on to neighbors property to avoid damage.

06/13/19

The community of American Express accepting restaurants continues to grow. In fact, more than 114,000 more U.S. restaurant locations began accepting American Express Cards in 2018. 1

06/13/19

Businesses with stakes in Oklahoma's alcohol industry continue to file applications for amicus curiae briefs this week on an Oklahoma State Supreme Court case. These briefs allow applicants an opportunity to provide opinions - either for or against - a proceeding to block Senate Bill 608.

06/12/19

If you talked with any grape growers or vineyard managers this spring, from Texas to Georgia, or north to Connecticut and west to Indiana, there was one word to describe the weather - wet. Rain ended the drought of last year in Texas, flooded the rivers in Missouri, and delayed spraying in vineyards in the Finger Lakes of New York and many other places east of the Rockies. Spring weather was late in arriving and the rainy days were frequent until late in May ...

06/11/19

The award was presented at the Beer Institute's Annual Membership Meeting, which was held in St. Louis.

06/05/19

Combines BDS Analytics' Cannabis Retail Data and Cannabinoid Expertise with IRI's Leading Technology to Enable Access to Cannabis Data and Insights on a Best-in-Class Analytics Platform

06/03/19

Three wines submitted by Round Lake Vineyards & Winery to the 28th annual INDY International Wine Competition have once again brought home the contest's coveted medals.

06/03/19

The main difference is in the water bodies. While other wine-growing countries have oceans and seas to moderate the growing season, this winery has Parley Lake, Lundsten Lake and Lake Waconia. Minnesota's grape-growing season is three weeks shorter due to its climate.

05/30/19

Minnesota apples are world famous for quality. And northern wine grapes and wineries are popping up all over. But what climate trends and impacts are growers seeing as climate shifts? We explore on this week's Climate Cast with a trip to the University of Minnesota's horticulture research center.

05/30/19

Nine types of wine are made from grapes grown on the 7-acre eco-friendly vineyard, where visitors can follow a map around the property to see firsthand various sustainability initiatives.

05/29/19

This urban winery serving Italian wines and gourmet snacks is the sophisticated brainchild from one of the partners behind Snooze. Designed by SA+R, it will soon begin construction.

05/28/19

Experts with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecast severe thunderstorms, with the potential for tornadoes, through the Memorial Day weekend and at least through Tuesday, making the job of cleaning up all the more messy and difficult.

05/23/19

Terrified residents shared footage of it blustering through the streets as it ripped up trees and houses

05/16/19

Due to a number of winery license violations, Corx Winery will be closed until further notice. A sign posted on the business's front door by the Montana Department of Revenue says its license has been suspended until Nov. 2.

05/15/19

Two bills that would allow retailers to deliver alcohol to doorsteps are now headed to the Senate floor after a judiciary committee approved the bill Tuesday, May 14. Belle Chasse Republican Chris Leopold's bill would allow grocery and liquor stores to hire their own drivers to deliver alcohol, as long as it comes in a factory-sealed bottle and the recipient does not live on a college campus

05/14/19

The new law, which becomes effective 90 days after the Legislature ends its session, represents an about-face from the distribution rules approved in State Question 792. Under those rules, which became effective less than seven months ago, wine and spirits suppliers are free to choose any wholesaler to sell their products to liquor stores.

05/10/19

Douglas announces a new film cutter design for our Contour 80-Series and 105-Series shrink wrap machines.

05/09/19

Voters in the Mile High City have decriminalized "magic mushrooms" by the slimmest of margins, making Denver the country's first city to de-prioritize enforcement of the hallucinogen

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