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05/21/15

The Cincinnati-based company will deliver beer, wine and low-powered spirits (42 proof or less), as well as cigars, ice, soda, and snacks, from a licensed facility in north Dayton, Drinkos spokeswoman Rachel Ennis said. The delivery area is within about 20 miles of that facility, and orders should arrive in approximately one hour or less, Ennis said.

05/20/15

Traverse City-based North Coast Ag Advisors, Farm Credit East and Greenstone Farm Credit Services this month combined forces to launch the Michigan Winery & Vineyard Benchmark Program of Michigan. It is modeled on an existing benchmarking program that serves winemakers in the northeast U.S.

05/20/15

Drizly, the smartphone app for fast, convenient alcohol delivery, launches in the Windy City

05/19/15

Sen. Gayle Manning, R-North Ridgeville, and her son, Rep. Nathan Manning, R-North Ridgeville, recently introduced identical bills in each chamber that would allow Ohio wine manufacturers to sell their products at the state's more than 260 farmers markets.

05/18/15

Wine and farmers markets may soon go together thanks to a new bill introduced into the Ohio House

05/15/15

Indiana has the strictest alcohol restrictions in the country, but a new law is loosening up some of the rules. After the bill to remove the ban on Sunday sales died in the statehouse, it seemed like it'd be another uneventful year for alcohol-related legislation. However, thanks to Senate Bill 113, consumers can now get wine shipped to their home without having to visit the winery first.

05/15/15

The Bell's also planning a "completely new urban restaurant design" for the Wicker Park space

05/15/15

Michigan's new Benchmark Program will allow wineries to understand their competitive position

05/14/15

Grgich, now 92, didn't make the trip back to Chicago, though according to daughter Violet he's in pretty robust shape

05/14/15

It's growing at such a rapid pace because a large portion of it deals with agriculture

05/12/15

Now that restrictions have been loosened on in-state shipping sales to customers, Indiana wineries are looking to grow a new arm of business.

05/08/15

Alcohol could be sold for a set price at open bars at private events under a bill approved 106-4 Thursday in the House. The practice is currently prohibited, which supporters of the legislation say can cause shock when the tab comes due for open bars at weddings or other private events.

05/08/15

Highlights from the 225-plus wines poured were showing beautifully

05/06/15

Funded entirely through a U.S. Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Block Grant, he's tasked with providing the "back and forth," as he puts it, between the university and the growing number of wineries and cideries in the state.

05/05/15

Current law requires a consumer to first visit a winery for a face-to-face transaction, which ensures that the buyer is at least 21 years old, before wine can be shipped to the consumer. Pence signed a bill Monday that will eliminate that requirement, but buyers still will have to provide a copy of a government-issued ID to confirm they're of legal age.

05/05/15

Current law requires a consumer to first visit a winery for a face-to-face transaction, which ensures that the buyer is at least 21 years old, before wine can be shipped to the consumer

05/04/15

Greg Johns retired at the end of April

05/01/15

it is a sign that the authorities in Illinois are taking a dim view of Mr. Diamond's activities

05/01/15

The company also plans to build four new stores averaging 75,000 square feet, expand five others and remodel 17

04/30/15

We are looking for wineries that offer a great overall experience - from a great tasting room to an awesome staff that makes you feel welcome when you walk in the door. They don't have to offer food or other extras, but feel free to make a case why these are your favorites.

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