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The alliance aims to challenge Amazon's collaboration with Whole Foods and is currently operating as a pilot program in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and three California markets only, CNBC reported.


She previously held the position of vice president, while working alongside Aaron Berman who has now transitioned to the winery's advisory board. With this change, the winery is now a majority woman-owned-and-operated business with an 80% female staff.


Now in its 6th year, Round Lake Vineyards' annual Grape Stomp will look a little different this year. Scheduled for August, 29th, the event continues to offer live music, food, vendor specials and grape stomping fun all afternoon, but this year will promote social distancing over the large lakeside space! Bring your lawn chairs for added comfort!


Keenum, 32, was the Broncos' starter in 2018, his lone season in Denver. He threw for 3,890 yards with 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions, leading the team to a 6-10 record.



Fred Dressel, owner of Evergreen Vineyard Management in Labadie, says that big rains can be problematic when it's close to harvest time. Luckily, the rain we've seen over the past few weeks is almost a month out from when the beginning of harvest.


So silent and sneaky, you'll never see these ninjas coming.


The restaurant in Castle Rock, Colo., that defied state orders by reopening during the coronavirus pandemic announced it would be closing permanently, The Denver Post reported.



The Alcohol Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) recently secured a large settlement with Anheuser-Busch for various violations of the Federal Alcohol Administration Act (FAAA).


Join us for a taste of the FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen directly from your living room! This free two-hour fundraising event will feature cooking demonstrations, interactive wine tastings and more from your Food & Wine favorites.


Gregory + Vine's Kansas City and New York offices landed a big win: becoming the public relations and education agency of record for the Bordeaux wine region.


The group will focus on public policy issues and work with the state Legislature to help build up and develop commercial wineries.


One of the best side stories from Patrick Mahomes signing his massive $500 million deal last week was that a liquor store worker was the first to break the news. The Kansas City Chiefs clearly got a kick out of that, too.


FFFF announces Festival Fundraiser, August Dinner and a Movie night, and 2020 Festival details


Louisiana had been an international hot spot for the new coronavirus in March, and New Orleans was its focal point. But hospitalizations began dropping after an April peak and it appeared that the closure of a wide array of businesses, including dine-in restaurants, gyms, tattoo parlors and bars, had flattened the curve.


Colorado governor Jared Polis signed SB 20-213, making alcohol takeout and delivery the law of the land … until July 1, 2021 that is.


Amid all that is transpiring around the world, and beyond the borders of our own backyards, it is always refreshing to capture milestones of cultural progression.


Martha Stewart is whipping up Martha-ritas, JJ Johnson is making Gullah shrimp burgers, and Ayesha Curry is frying banana fritters.


That's the situation faced by New Orleans chef Michael Gulotta. Throughout the COVID-19 epidemic, I've been tracking Gulotta as he's maneuvered through the difficult options that restaurants have faced. He's gone from closing his two restaurants at the begining of the pandemic, to re-starting just his casual place, MoPho, for carryout and delivery. Most recently, he's re-opened the MoPho dining room, although at a smaller capacity than in the pas

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