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Starting October 1, Oklahoma wine enthusiasts can have wine shipped directly to their homes and offices by U.S. wineries licensed to ship. Previously, wine lovers in Oklahoma were limited to purchasing only those wines carried by in-state wholesalers and retailers



Nearly 82 years old now, Dick Vermeil still possesses that commanding Buzz Lightyear voice, ageless aura of vitality and … sheer need to work


Millner Heritage Winery and Vineyard in Kimball bought 27 acres of land that's just south of their current nine-acre vineyard. Jon Millner co-owns Millner Heritage. He says they will be using the majority of the 27 acres for a second vineyard.


The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry is now accepting applications from Oklahoma institutions of higher education, state agencies or governmental subdivisions of Oklahoma, or trade groups promoting grape or wine production within the state.


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"Well there are a lot of grapes that make good wine and there are a lot of grapes that will grow in North Dakota and Minnesota and Montana but there aren't a lot that will do both," said Chris Asmundson seed production technician with the Ward County NDSU research extension center


The East Bottoms was once a popular draw - home to the famed Electric Park with its roller coaster, curated gardens, theater and nightly fireworks.


A judge ruled Monday that Mississippi lacks authority to sue out-of-state mail-order wine sellers that were shipping alcohol directly to state residents, and he threw out the state's lawsuit


Wine lovers in Nebraska can rest easy, knowing grape growers were back in the fields harvesting last week


Recycle an empty can of wine from any brand at Infinite Monkey Theorem's RiNo location, and you'll score a gratis can of their vino.


The June 21 U.S. Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair allows states like Minnesota to require remote sellers with no physical presence, such as online and mail-order companies, to collect and remit the applicable sales or use tax on sales delivered to locations within their state ...


Anderson asked the man if he wanted to have a drink with him, and used the 12-pack of booze to lure the man to safety.


We have three routes for you to try, compiled with input from Leslee D. Miller, a Minnesota-based, certified sommelier and owner of Amusée + Sip Better Wine Club.


A new wine competition is coming to New Orleans on November 6-8. The New Orleans International Wine Awards hopes to draw competing wineries from around the world to be evaluated by judges from across the country.


"We're not making any money at all, but we drink some good wine," Wrabec said. But after a decade in business, there are sour grapes between Wrabec and the city.


Head to Continental Divide Winery's tasting room in Alma or Breckenridge for a crash course in high-elevation vino.


"Women are being taken more seriously in high positions - whether they be wine critics, winemakers for prestigious brands or owners of prestigious brands."


Food trucks have become a common sight around the Des Moines metro. Now local wine lovers are seeing a similar concept


The Wine Wagen - Iowa's first mobile wine bar - is a rehabbed 1968 Volkswagen bus that's open for business serving glasses of wine at Colby Park at 6900 School Street in Windsor Heights during its Tuesday night Nights in the Heights events starting at 6 p.m.

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