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12/15/14

Wineries have been a growing business in the state, with as many as 80 expected to be part of the Wisconsin Winery Association by next year

12/15/14

The state's trade group for the wine industry, the Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Association, has hired a full-time executive director for the first time

12/15/14

The Illinois River Winery, 723 S. Clark St., in Utica, was reported broken into and burglarized early Friday morning.

12/11/14

The Michigan wine industry lost one of the founders of the modern era of winemaking in the state, Leonard Olson, on December 2. Len opened Tabor Hill winery in the 1970s, left Michigan to pursue other interests in the 1980s and returned to the state recently to start a new winery called Baroda Founders Wine Cellar.

12/09/14

Retail shop has opened and restaurant in the planning stage

12/04/14

From planning Vintage Indiana, a large food and wine celebration, to promoting locally grown grapes, her job responsibilities are many. With 70 wineries in Indiana and counting, the industry is booming

12/01/14

When you plunk down $30 to ride in a giant limousine or a bus on a tour of local wineries, you assume the people taking your money know what they're doing and are following the rules.

11/26/14

Retailer drinks up knowledge in Europe

11/21/14

A Lodi, California pinotage, a late harvest muscat canelli made in Wisconsin, and Finger Lakes riesling were among the top winners honored at the 2014 American Wine Society Commercial Wine Competition held early November at the Embassy Suites in Concord, N.C.

11/21/14

On Oct. 18 a Peninsula Township community police officer pulled over a limousine bus being used for what proved to be an unlicensed wine tour on Old Mission Peninsula.

11/21/14

While the Wisconsin wine industry has seen explosive growth over the past decade, local vintners have had problems getting their wines into restaurants. But that could all be changing.

11/20/14

A new liquor license classification has been added in Wheaton to allow a business to engage in mail order and online wine sales. The city council approved an amendment to the liquor code Monday to create a Class T license.

11/19/14

"When I got up this morning and it was 10 degrees, I got excited. We've never made ice wine this early," said Gene Sigel with South River Vineyard. "This is one of the first times we've done this on a sunny day. Cause that sun would normally be thawing the grapes out."

11/18/14

Cincinnati artisan winery and boutique distillery Woodstone Creek recently reopened in a new location, and now its owners have plans to add a brewery, the Enquirer reports.

11/17/14

Winter wreaked havoc on some grape cultivars, especially the vitis vinifera wine varieties in the Midwest and Finger Lakes regions. My colleagues and I at Michigan State University sought to offer growers suggestions through the 2014 growing season for those recovering vines.

11/13/14

Sen. Tim Carpenter, D-Milwaukee, said he would immediately propose a ban on the substance should it become available

11/10/14

On a bumpy dirt road lined with trees west of Shell Lake lie two of Burnett County's best-kept secrets

11/06/14

University seeking wine and cider specialist to raise the bar for quality

11/05/14

The severe winter weather Michigan experienced from January through March of this year resulted in damage to grapevines, which reduced fruitfulness for many of the more cold-tender varieties of grapes that are used for wine production in Michigan, according to the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council.

11/05/14

Western Wisconsin will soon be home to a Tuscan-style winery, courtesy of the founders of the language translation company Sajan Inc.

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