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12/10/13
The people, passion behind Michigan wines
That's why Coleman resident Rick Sigsby wrote "Michigan's Holy Water: The Great Lakes Wine Bible."
12/04/13
Wine "shortage"? Not in Michigan, anyway
"Shortage? They didn't include reds in their count at the end of 2012. In truth, 2012 was perhaps the greatest vintage year we've had in northern Michigan, and 2013 was one of the biggest harvests ever. We were at capacity. They didn't use that data."
12/04/13
Words on Wisconsin wine left bad taste -- Aimee Gauger
I was saddened by Peter Botham's harsh commentary on his fellow Wisconsin winemakers in the Sunday Business article "Sales continue to lag for Wisconsin-made wines."
12/04/13
Sales continue to lag for Wisconsin-made wines
A report from the state Department of Revenue showed that just 5.3 percent of the taxable liters of wine prepared and bottled for sale in the state in 2012 came from state wineries.
12/03/13
Sales continue to lag for Wisconsin-made wines
"Some of it, I can't believe people put in a bottle and put it on a shelf."
11/27/13
Proposal would allow beer and wine to be sold outside Wrigley
The Chicago Cubs would be able to sell beer and wine in their new plaza outside Wrigley Field under a proposal introduced today by Wrigleyville Ald. Tom Tunney, 14th.
11/19/13
comments Wine shortage? Not in Michigan: 5 takeaways from beer, wine and food panel
On Monday, representatives of Michigan's craft beer and wine industries took the stage for economic updates from the brewhouse, cellar and vineyard during what organizers called the first Grand Rapids Economic Club luncheon panel in decades.
11/19/13
Binny's Opens Its 30th Store, Plans Launch Of Another New Location In Spring 2014
The 24,000-square-foot unit, formerly the site of a bowling alley called Bleeker's, will feature a wine cellar, walk-in cigar humidor and 28-door beer cooler.
11/18/13
Lambrusco makes comback in Milwaukee area
This Italian fizz - wildly popular in the 1970s - has become something of a joke among serious wine drinkers. But like bell bottoms and paisley shirts, Lambrusco might merit reconsideration.
11/18/13
Winery gets second chance at zoning approval
Hidden Hills Vineyard LLC's request for a conditional use permit was initially denied.
11/18/13
Glazer's Returns To Illinois, Forming Alliance With Stoller
Glazer's previously operated in Illinois via its involvement with Union Beverage.
11/15/13
Beer, wine and liquor regulation changes making their way through Michigan legislature
There was significant bipartisan support for the six bills that relax restrictions on breweries and brewpubs and enact more flexible liquor licensing rules.
11/15/13
Beer, wine and liquor regulation changes making their way through Michigan legislature
Several proposals that change the way Michiganders can make, sell or purchase beer, wine and liquor passed the state House on Thursday
11/13/13
Wine Enthusiast names Kroger 'retailer of the year'
Citing its vino selection, Kroger has been named "retailer of the year" by Wine Enthusiast Magazine
11/13/13
Liquor in Ohio is a Bureaucratic Human Centipede
Some states, like Ohio, function as both the seller and the distributor
10/23/13
Northeast Ohio wineries rally with warm fall
White wines expected to exceed expectations
10/23/13
Dunne on Wine: Wisconsin's Wollersheim Winery
Haraszthy's interest in making wine in the United States didn't start in California.
10/18/13
Indiana Wine Trail celebrates six years
The Indiana Wine Trail consists of six wineries-Thomas Family Winery, Lanthier Winery, Madison Vineyards, Ertel Cellars, Stream Cliff Farm Winery and The Ridge Winery- who have joined together to create a fun wine trail along and around the beautiful Ohio River Scenic Byway.
10/18/13
Michigan consumers can now buy wine through Amazon
The Seattle-based e-commerce website on Thursday announced that its wine store is open to Michigan customers. It also now includes offerings from Michigan wineries, a move that can help them expand their sales into more states.
10/17/13
3 E. coli infections linked; all visited Huber's winery
Three recently reported E. coli cases have been linked to each other using genetic fingerprinting, said Louisville Metro Health Department spokesman Dave Langdon. And the common denominator is that all three infected individuals - two from Louisville and one from Indiana - visited Huber's Orchard, Winery and Vineyards in Starlight, Ind., between Sept. 20 and 28, he said.
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