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07/31/15

The wine making operation itself has since moved downstate to Petoskey, but that hasn't changed the quality of the wine. Attention to detail remains a key goal.

07/31/15

The 45-year-old Lewis has gotten married and started his own wine store in Lake Mills that soon developed into a burgeoning winery, called Lewis Station Winery in downtown Lake Mills. But most recently, Lewis went through a health ordeal between 2013 and 2014 that, when recounted, can make even the most strong-stomached person turn ghostly white.

07/30/15

The Wine Institute and three Napa County wineries have filed a lawsuit against the Illinois Department of Revenue and Attorney General's Office over a dispute on whether they should have charged tax on shipping fees for online purchases into the state.

07/29/15

Oakland County residents may not know that there is a local vineyard right in their backyard. Seven Lakes Vineyard is a producer of fine wines made locally in Holly Township. The property has a Fenton address, Robert Diez purchased it several years ago and has spent time setting up the wine processing facility, planting grapevines, renovating the tasting room onsite and slowly building a vineyard and retail store that continues to grow each year.

07/29/15

"It's truly a blind tasting," said Butzke during an appearance on News 18 This Morning. "It's really a great insight for the consumer on what to buy and what styles are coming out. Our judges make recommendations like movie critics to help you weed through all the different wines you see in the store."

07/29/15

Wine Institute said it explored administrative and legislative options ... "our goal in bringing this action is to put a stop to IFCA lawsuits against wineries in the future and to clarify the confusion surrounding when/if a winery should be collecting taxes on shipping fees."

07/27/15

Wisconsin's "cheeseheads" might someday have a wealth of local options to pair with the state's most popular food. And they may have Nick Smith to thank for it. - See more at: http://btn.com/2015/07/26/btn-livebig-wisconsins-first-enologist-to-spice-up-the-states-wine-cider-industries/#sthash.ilLiOZH1.dpuf

07/24/15

Plans to redevelop the former Lonz Winery property on Middle Bass Island into a major tourist attraction have been shelved by the state because of a lack of interest from private developers

07/24/15

If approved the nuns will begin work on building a brewery and winery, as well as a nursing home, hospice and boarding school for 80 students on the site

07/21/15

Michigan-based craft brewers want to change state law so the annual licensing fees they pay can go to benefit research and promotion for their industry rather than support a competing craft beverage sector.

07/20/15

On July 6, the Hudson City Council granted Negret Wine Co. the license it needs to serve wine. The business already had the necessary state and federal licenses to make wine.

07/20/15

The 79-acre property has been for sale since March 1, according to listing agent Paul Boronow of William Penn Real Estate Associates, and the owners recently reduced the asking price from $1.299 million to $1.1 million. Boronow said he's talked with a few potential buyers but nothing is under agreement yet.

07/20/15

Uncork the Uplands is in its fifth year celebrating the wines of Indiana's only designated American Viticultural Area - the Indiana Uplands. The annual celebration returns to Huber after two years at Oliver Winery near Bloomington.

07/16/15

Drumlin Ridge Vineyards, the controversial winery plan at River Road in Westport, cleared another hurdle Monday when the town's plan commission approved the Conditional Use Permit and restrictions for the facility.

07/16/15

Patrons on pedal-powered trolleys will be able to consume beer and wine while biking from bar to bar in cities like Traverse City under legislation Gov. Rick Snyder signed into law Wednesday.

07/14/15

Port Washington may spend roughly $5.5 million to build roads and sewers for a winery, vineyard and high-end subdivision along Lake Michigan, and to establish a neighboring 100-acre public park.

07/14/15

The Veleta winery founded in Spain by a Dayton-area couple captured a double-gold and a "Best of Nation" among Spanish wineries in the 2015 San Francisco International Wine Competition.

07/13/15

Port Washington may spend roughly $5.5 million to build roads and sewers for a winery, vineyard and high-end subdivision along Lake Michigan, and to establish a neighboring 100-acre public park.

07/13/15

"We certainly are not getting into the tavern business but we like to be able to offer a very small percent of our total sales to beer for those people who are just absolutely not wine drinkers"

07/13/15

Community organizers in Baraboo are going back to the drawing board after an effort to legalize wine walks was not included in the Wisconsin state budget

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