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04/24/15

There has been tremendous growth in the wine grape industry in northern Michigan over the past decade.

04/22/15

The licenses will allow the business to produce 30,000 gallons of beer and 50,000 gallons of wine each year, respectively. The Michigan Liquor Control Commission is now responsible for granting final approval of the licenses.

04/22/15

The state Senate voted Tuesday to give final legislative approval to eliminating the current requirement that residents having wine shipped to them first conduct a face-to-face transaction at the winery to ensure that the buyer is at least 21 years old. The proposal would require buyers to provide a copy of a government-issued ID to confirm they are of legal age

04/20/15

A 50 percent increase in liquor license fees would generate nearly $6.2 million in increased revenue. Most of those fees have not changed since 1976

04/20/15

Located atop a scenic knoll at 3864 Spencer Clark Road, this brand-new establishment was constructed from two 19th-century barns that were disassembled and then restored to stately, rustic perfection

04/15/15

His blend of science and dining put Mr. Cantu among a small vanguard of American chefs who used chemical-laboratory techniques to coax food into novel and sometimes peculiar new forms

04/13/15

because the winery partners were going to lease the space from Murphy, the Wisconsin Department of Revenue denied their application for a winery permit

04/10/15

The meeting will take place at the Northwest Michigan Horticultural Research Center near Traverse City starting Friday at 1 p.m.

04/10/15

State law already permits stores to offer beer and wine samples

04/08/15

Ticket proceeds from the event go to local charities.

04/08/15

USDA grant may help growers and winemakers create certification program

04/06/15

Running Vines Winery joins the region's oldest winery, Anderson's Winery, at 430 E. US Highway 6 near Valparaiso, Shady Creek Winery, 2030 Tryon Road in Michigan City, and Butler Winery, just down the road at 401 Broadway, in Chesterton to be offering Indiana wine to visitors.

04/03/15

April has been declared "Michigan Wine Month" to honor our state's wide selection of quality wines and the wine industry's significant contribution to the economy, Gov. Rick Snyder said.

04/02/15

She embraced the promotion strategies of famed Napa Valley vineyard operator Robert Mondavi - namely, labeling and marketing wines varietally rather than generically, with the long-range goal of reestablishing the Lake Erie shoreline as an internationally recognized wine producing region

04/02/15

The Potomac, Md.-based chain sent a cease-and-desist letter in late February to nine cities with municipal liquor stores: Apple Valley, Brooklyn Center, Eden Prairie, Edina, Lakeville, Richfield, Rogers, Savage and St. Anthony

04/02/15

Keshia Johnson and Landy Carter coordinate Darker The Berry, a casual group that aims to introduce fellow African-Americans to varietals and wine basics

04/01/15

"We're not certain yet how this year is going to turn out. We're going to need to wait until fruit set happens in late May early June," said Marie-Chantal Dalese, President/CEO at Chateau Chantal.

03/31/15

The college wants to make sure students are prepared for this booming business. It's called the Great Lakes Wine Institute and it's at Lake Michigan College. Starting in the fall, students can pursue an Associate of Applied Science degree in wine making or the production of grapes.

03/31/15

Tickets are currently on sale for $30 for the Michigan Pioneer Wine Trail's "Michigan Wine Celebration," set for Saturday and Sunday, April 11 and 12. Tickets sales will end midnight Wednesday, April 8.

03/26/15

Wines from Rioja announces the 2nd annual Rioja Week in Chicago

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