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Stone Hill Winery's 2015 Norton won the prestigious Missouri Governor's Cup, the highest honor awarded at the competition, and the C.V. Riley Best Norton and Best of Class Dry Red awards.


What started just as a dream has now become reality for Curt and Dawn Richter of Long Prairie.


For a state rooted in adult beverages that are hops and barley born, the grape is finding its fair share of fans in a burgeoning wine industry. Arrow signs indicating a nearby winery are popping up along several rural roads across the Chippewa Valley.


Man who'd worked at Omaha wine store takes plea deal in a gift-card scheme.


Wet your whistle on the Western Slope


Jerri Eaton, who lives at 9220 Larkin Lane said she was concerned about water use and the possible drop in water pressure due from the winery and restaurant. The lack of water pressure could hamper the fire department in fighting a fire, Eaton said.


David Vos is about to do something his dad couldn't when the elder Vos first bought the St. Cloud liquor business back in 1973 - open the door to customers, on a Sunday


North Avenue Capital (NAC), a specialized commercial lender, announced today the closing of a $1.6 million loan to fund the acquisition of the Hidden Lake Winery and Banquet Center located in historic Aviston, Illinois.


The nonprofit organization's website states it exists to benefit both educational and research activities that promote and improve the North American wine culture.


The National Weather Service warned of critical fire weather conditions Monday, June 26.


Mary Robin Casteel, director of the Alcoholic Beverage Control, approved a small farm wine retail permit last week for Disaster/Survival Readiness, 906 Highway 167.


It's been a long journey for Gesino Sgro, who came to America from his native Italy with no knowledge of the English language. But he's turned a career in the manufacturing industry into a family business that distributes some of his native country's finest wines


Got your attention? Then you probably really love food and/or wine. So much so that you'll spend precious time reading about a ridiculously expensive festival (Food & Wine Classic in Aspen passes were around $2,000) in a town that makes Denver real estate look like the clearance rack at Walmart


The Lewises said their move to Ste. Genevieve has been what they expected, as they left their previous location at the end of a winding road about 12 miles west of Branson for a downtown spot in Ste. Genevieve


The best food and wine from all over the world gets showcased each year at one of the culinary industry's top events, but this year organizers made sure to highlight some of the best ingredients from the state that hosts the event with the help of TV judge and author Gail Simmons.


Prolonged, dangerous heatwave imminent for areas away from coast


NDSU started planting its vineyard in 2009, and on Thursday welcomed people for tours and tastings.


With concentration of master sommeliers, city resembles a famed wine region


While many know the mountains of Colorado for outdoor sports and hikes, few know that the high-altitudes and sunlight can benefit vineyards as well.


A measure sitting on Gov. Mary Fallin's desk would lift restrictions on the sale of alcohol in movie theaters

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