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08/22/16

Nearly 3,000 wines from around the world were entered in the competition held Aug. 3-4 at the Purdue Memorial Union in West Lafayette, Ind. Canadian River's Chocolate Drop Dessert Wine emerged victorious

08/22/16

Pickers will receive $3 for every 30 pound bin picked. The process goes on for the next four weeks and anyone can get involved anytime. For more information visit this website.

08/22/16

Serious wine drinkers like to know where their grapes come from, and the most serious of wine producing regions are granted a government stamp called an American Viticultural Area designation. Kansas' wine industry is still seeking its first such designation

08/22/16

"It's still a work in progress"

08/19/16

Cold-hardy wine aficionados and experts gathered at the University of Minnesota on Thursday to judge wines from this rapidly-growing part of the industry. A total of 350 different types of wine are blind tested in the International Cold Climate Wine Competition, with each judge testing 50 wines

08/19/16

The timely rains that are producing records for Kansas' main crops this year are also leading to a strong grape harvest. The grape harvest is just beginning and will run through early October

08/11/16

much of that excitement is being created by the vision, hard work and bold experimentation of a new generation of Colorado winemakers

08/11/16

There's good news and even better news for those who love wine.

08/11/16

Test batches of wine made from the Itasca variety of grape are kept in a cooler at the U of M Research Station.

08/10/16

The nine-member court let stand a decision by Oklahoma County District Judge Patricia Parrish in May to dismiss the lawsuit.

08/08/16

Bennett Price, the owner of De Beque Canyon Winery, has been in the wine industry since 1977. He got his start at the first winery in Colorado. Years later, he and his wife opened their own

08/08/16

The Retail Liquor Association of Oklahoma sought a temporary injunction to keep SQ 792 off the ballot. Judge Aletia Haynes Timmons denied that request this week, but added, "I do have concerns about the constitutionality of this measure"

08/05/16

The Colorado company that unveiled wine for cats back in June has just announced they've created a similar product for their canine counterparts

08/04/16

It's new program follows Amazon's debut last week

08/04/16

For the second year inn a row, St. James Winery is being recognized for having the best wine in Missouri

08/04/16

Colorado's wine industry continues to excite the man who helped pioneer it. Celebrated winemaker Warren Winiarski worked for Ivancie Cellars, one of Colorado's early post-Prohibition commercial wineries, in the late 1960s

08/01/16

SND recently sat down with Jim Surdyk and family, as well as general manager Steven Wilk, at Surdyk's, the single-unit 12,000-square-foot store on Minneapolis's northeast side

07/28/16

Supporters of State Question 792 say it is time for a change in the state's liquor laws but there are others who agree with liquor reform that say it has to be done the right way.

07/28/16

Oklahoma grocers, convenience store owners, legislators, chambers and grape growers are gathering to voice their support for changes to Oklahoma alcohol laws.

07/28/16

Two of the students presented posters on their research and participated in a flash talk, or a quick, three-minute presentation on their research. Adams won the "Best Poster" award in the Viticulture category.

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