Minnesota Wine Country is enjoying its new digs — and lauding the ever-growing industry of wine – at the 2013 Minnesota State Fair.
A wine made in Kimball, Minn. won high honors at the fifth annual International Cold Climate Wine Competition. The contest was held at the University of Minnesota last Friday.
The fifth annual International Cold Climate Wine Competition is awarding top honors for the finest red, white and specialty wines made from cold-climate grapes.
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.
Minnesota wineries are seeking state permission to sell bottles at wine festivals.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The WCCO Morning Show team are getting their Thanksgiving Day menus in order. The turkey, the mashed potatoes and the cranberry sauce all go onto the menu without saying. But what do […]
Whether you like it or not, summer’s end is just around the corner. And while we could weep uncontrollably about this fact, I say instead, let’s look forward to the beautiful fall ahead.