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A total of four plaintiffs claimed exposure to the company's "Roundup" which is the trade name for glyphosate-based herbicides, caused them each to develop types of cancer.


"A lot of these wonderful wines that my customers like, will suddenly be out of reach," he told MTN News.


David Glass had the most unenviable job in retailing ever. As the man who became CEO of Walmart as Sam Walton's health deteriorated, he had to fill the shoes of arguably the most legendary figure in retailing in the second half of the 20th century.


Tom Gamble, owner of Gamble Family Vineyards in Oakville, is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership with Premium Brands in Oklahoma, representing a brand new market for the winery. Additionally, the winery will be revitalizing its presence in Illinois through a new partnership with Romano Beverage.



The high plains of Colorado, where you are more likely to dodge tumbleweeds than traffic, may not offer rugged mountain scenery the state is known for, but it can provide quite a bit of peace and solitude compared to the rushed and overcrowded Front Range. While it might not seem like much at first, there's plenty that lies east of I-25 waiting to be discovered, including a few Colorado wineries that call the high plains home. While most travel to the Western Slope or the North Fork Valley for their Colorado wine adventures, there are four wineries of the eastern plains worth a visit.


Martha Stewart Returns for a Second Year


The new female-led non profit wants to elevate women in the hospitality industry-and you.


Class will be called into session Dec. 19 when Mediapolis entrepreneurs Anne Crear and Angela Hedges open their new wine bar, Corked 101, on downtown Burlington's Jefferson Street.


This prix fixe menu will include one selection of a starter, soup/salad, entrée, and dessert for $75/person.


In the past year alone, Molson Coors has begun testing or selling a wide variety of new options, including Movo wine spritzers, La Colombe Hard Cold Brew Coffee, Cap Line Sparkling Cocktails, and a line of cannabis-infused, non-alcoholic beverages (in Canada).


The grape growing season in the East and upper Midwest during 2019 has been "difficult" but the problems growers faced in the East were different than those in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. The only region reporting excellent quality grapes and good yields is Ohio, where sunshine, dry conditions, and cool nights created conditions for optimum fruit maturity. Harvest news from other northerly areas was not nearly as positive. The Mid-Atlantic region and southern New England had wet weather ... The Finger Lakes in New York had half the rainfall that region normally receives in September ... Pennsylvania experienced near-drought conditions ...


The design has been developed internally over the past year to maximize storage space at facilities, in transit and at home.



Highland Community College at Wamego opened a wine incubator called 456 Wineries last month. Director Scott Kohl said Highland received a federal grant in 2016 to start it. Kohl said 456 Wineries is a part of the school's viticulture or grape-growing program and enology or wine-making program.


Over the last three decades, The Little Nell (TLN) has become a revered destination for a number of different wine constituencies. Its Wine Spectator Grand Award, one of fewer than 100 granted worldwide, has made it a must-stop for traveling wine connoisseurs since it was first awarded to the hotel in 1997.


The viticulture and enology program at the Highland Community College Wamego campus is the only one of its kind in Kansas. Not only does it teach students how to grow grapes and make wine, it also helps them prepare to open their own wineries.


Wilson will attend the event to answer questions or just talk to viewers after the movie.


Due in no small part to his contributions, Missouri wine has in some ways gone from laughable to laudable over more than a half century.


Early in the wine revival in Missouri in the mid-1960s, Jim and Betty Ann Held bought the Stone Hill Winery property and made a commitment to preserve the historic property, to restore the main winery building, and to clean out the eight mushroom cellars that previously housed barrels of wine. They moved their family of four children into the second floor of the former winery office building and started to plant more vineyards. The original Stone Hill Winery in Hermann, MO dates back to 1847. After the Civil War, it became the second largest winery in the country, producing over 1,000,000 gallons a year, and Stone Hill wines won eight gold medals at various world fairs and expositions between 1873 and 1904 ...

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