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04/12/17

The Missouri House has given initial approval to a bill that would allow liquor stores and groceries to advertise savings and deals outside of their stores.

04/07/17

One local liquor store owner said prices of wine and spirits are skyrocketing and will continue to do so because of the passage of State Question 792 in November 2016.

04/06/17

The commission will take testimony on whether there's adequate law enforcement to allow liquor sales in Whiteclay - an unincorporated village of a dozen residents with no local government or police force.

04/04/17

Rich and Leslie Frank, owners of Frank Family Vineyards in the Napa Valley, are pleased to announce that Megan deZendegui will join the winery as Midwestern regional sales manager. deZendegui is based in Illinois, and will manage sales and distribution for Frank Family Vineyards in North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky.

04/04/17

Dylan Walker has joined the sales team at Hedges Family Estate in Washington State to support North American sales initiatives, the winery announced today.

04/04/17

Swiontek made the announcement last week on the Uncorked Facebook page, dreading having to "disappoint" her long-time customers who have enjoyed custom-made wines for weddings or special occasions.

03/31/17

Two producers take action against laws set up to protect them from out-of-state grapes.

03/29/17

Colorado.com recently updated its list of the top three must try wines in the state, and two of of those wines are made right here in the Grand Valley.

03/29/17

Two Minnesota wineries sued the state Tuesday to try to overturn a law that requires them to make their products with a majority of grapes grown in Minnesota, a state that's better known for its winters than vineyards.

03/28/17

Colo.-Colorado.com recently updated its list of the top three must try wines in the state, and two of of those wines are made right here in the Grand Valley.

03/22/17

After allowing groceries stores to sell all kinds of wine, the state legislature is considering even more changes to the way we get alcohol and local liquor stores worry that future decisions could be even worse for them

03/20/17

After failing to win support for an increased wine tax last month, the governor's office returned to lawmakers on Friday to pitch a revenue-raising plan that would broaden the request to include beer and spirits

03/16/17

A spokesman for Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Thursday the governor signed the bill changing the state law which currently only allows grocery stores to sell wines from small wineries

03/13/17

New law not taking effect until July

03/09/17

The Senate voted 18-14 Wednesday to give final approval to the measure changing the state law which currently only allows grocery stores to sell wines from small wineries. More expansive selections of wine are currently only available at liquor stores. The proposal has the backing of Wal-Mart. Opponents of the measure include many liquor store owners, who argue that the legislation could put them out of business.

03/03/17

Sunday liquor sales will start July 2 in Minnesota. The Minnesota House gaveled in at 3:30 p.m. Thursday to officially concur with the Senate version of the Sunday sales bill, which has a later start time of 11 a.m. and a closing time of 6 p.m

03/02/17

The Arkansas House has approved a bill that expands wine sales in grocery stores, two days after the measure had narrowly failed.

02/27/17

Owned by a devoted Grateful Dead fan, Grand County's only winery is a great place to relax, soak up some local color, and "share the wine."

02/27/17

Gov. Mark Dayton has said he'll sign it if it reaches his desk

02/27/17

Mary Haverkamp established Plum Creek Winery on her family farm just seven miles northeast of Algona in 2012.

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