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Because a bar and restaurant shutdown doesn't mean living without your favorite booze


"Eating with my kids and all my fellow Oklahomans at the @CollectiveOKC. It's packed tonight!" Stitt tweeted Saturday.



"The mentality of St. Louis seems to really support smaller businesses," says Jon Parker, owner of Parker's Table, a wine, dry goods and sandwich shop. "They get excited about small, innovative businesses and actively seek them out. Here, there's room for experimentation and there's room for play."


Primera Technology, a leading manufacturer of specialty printers, is introducing the LX600 Color Label Printer designed to produce short runs of high-quality labels quickly and at a low cost per label.


Integrated Beverage Group (IBG) announced today that it has acquired Ransom Wine Co. & Distillery in Oregon's Willamette Valley in partnership with Ransom Founder, Tad Seestedt. An award-winning producer of premium handcrafted wines, vermouth, grappa, whiskey and gin, Ransom Wine Co. & Distillery provides Integrated Beverage Group with a well-recognized foothold in the high growth category of craft spirits and solidifies the company as a leader in Oregon wine.


On February 4, 2020, a bill that would allow "corkage" in Colorado (allowing consumers to bring wine into restaurants) was introduced to the Colorado Senate - and just eight days later, was unanimously (5-0) killed in committee.


The wine wall, valued at nearly $2,000, is actually the designated winning of the University of Minnesota Foundation's raffle contest-where guests have the chance to win up to 100 bottles of red, white, and sparkling wines sourced from various vendors and exhibitors featured throughout the weekend and at Friday's Grand Vine Tasting. All you have to do? Purchase a $20 raffle ticket (or two, or five, or 10-there's no limit) from the Foundation while you're there.


Climate change is very real phenomenon for growers and winemakers in eastern North America who have dealt with several polar vortexes in the last seven years as well as the 8 to 12 months of rainy weather that led to a "difficult" vintage in 2018. Greg Jones, professor and research climatologist at Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore., will kick off the workshop on climate change and viticulture with an overview of regional as well as global research on aspects of weather and climate that influences optimum quality and production characteristics.


Oklahoma County residents handily approved a ballot measure March 3 allowing local liquor stores to be open on Sundays.


LX610 is the only inkjet desktop color label printer in the world to combine high-resolution color label printing with digital die cutting. Images are printed at up to 4800 dpi onto a variety of different label materials. After each image is printed, it is cut to the desired size and shape with a high-precision carbide steel knife blade.


The 9th annual symposium is set for March 10-12, 2020 in Lancaster, PA. Wine Business Monthly will take full ownership of the symposium at the conclusion of the 2020 edition, on March 13, 2020, and begin preparations for the 10th edition to be held March 16-18, 2021 in Syracuse, New York. Organizers Bob Mignarri, Richard Leahy and Marcia Gulino will continue working with the conference in conjunction with Wine Business Monthly to bring exciting and relevant seminars, a lively tradeshow and an important meeting space to those working with and within the Eastern wine industry


Last month, Jackson Hole Winery took home four awards at the San Francisco Chronicle's annual wine competition. The 2020 competition hosted more than 60 judges, who evaluated over 6,000 wines from over 1,000 wineries. Jackson Hole won gold for its Outlaw and silver medals for its pinot noir, chardonnay and Rendezvous Red.


"We own all of our own vineyards and there's a lot of history and culture to Missouri Wines in and of itself dating pre-prohibition."


From identifying challenges in the vineyard to improving winemaking and marketing efforts, the sixth annual conference for the Montana Grape and Winery Association (MGWA) offers something for everyone again this year.


Two of Colorado's most high-profile industries - cannabis and beer - recently joined forces under a state-supported pilot project aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions.


Combining both the rosé and sparkling categories that consumers crave, Astoria Sparkling Rosé is delicately pink in color with continuous fine bubbles and aromas of fresh raspberry and strawberry with white floral notes. The varietal is made up of 85% Glera and 15% Pinot Noir with an ABV of 11%. The new Sparkling Rosé is available in both single serve187ml and 750ml bottles for an SRP of $5.99 and $14.99.


KCRG reports the owner of Cedar Ridge winery in Swisher says he's noticing people ditching less expensive wines for seltzers, but says the die-hard vino lovers will always choose wine.


Walking into Jenny Dawn Cellars, one of the first things you'll see is a small, worn wooden fruit press, about three feet tall, topped with a metal hand crank


Lewis then started her research about the wine industry. None of the already established labels were willing to help her. She soon learned that she would have to pay a consultant $20,000 to help launch her business from scratch

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