To be a Sommelier, you have to be trained and certified. What they do exactly is identify what meals are best with what types of wine and educate wine fanatics on how to get the most out of every sip. This list calls out the best Sommeliers in Minnesota who are full of knowledge about the beloved beverage.
It may have burned up corn and soybean crops, but many Minnesota wineries are predicting a positive year in the face of historic drought.
One of televisions “Real Housewives” has left New York City, and she’s coming to Minnesota. Ramona Singer is at Mall of America today to promote her own wine called “Ramona Pino Grigio.”
The Minnesota Golden Gophers are just a couple days away from starting their fourth season in their new football stadium. And for the first time, Gopher fans will be able to buy beer there.
Minnesota’s best authentic food event, the 24th Minneapolis Greek Festival – Taste of Greece, is coming September 7-9.
A 22-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of stealing about $572 in wine from a house in Minneapolis, according to charges filed Thursday in Hennepin County Court.
Wine connoisseurs who favor vintages from Bordeaux or Napa Valley might not have heard of the grape, but Marquette has been exciting Northern winemakers since a Vermont vintage won best-in-show red at a 2009 cold-climate wine competition.
Wisconsin lawmakers on Thursday passed a closely watched bill that would make crucial changes to how home-brew enthusiasts around the state share their suds.
The price of liquor is going down — sort of. A Twin Cities liquor store chain is jumping on the college basketball bandwagon.
Many studies have found that alcohol can increase a woman’s risk for breast cancer, but new research shows red wine may prevent the growth of cancer cells.
Haskell’s Liquor Store representatives say thieves stole $12,000 worth of liquor at their St. Paul location early Friday morning.
Turkey, cornbread or stuffing? Choose your favorites from this array of classic Thanksgiving foods.
University of Minnesota researchers have joined a multi-state effort to help the cold-climate wine industry shine.
South Dakota State University is taking part in a project aimed at stimulating the grape and wine industry in South Dakota and a dozen other northern states with cold climates.
Wisconsin’s wineries are hopeful that this year’s warm, dry summer creates a big harvest for grapes.