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06/09/16

The Brown County Health and Wellness Foundation in conjunction with the Courthouse Square Association will host the third annual Ohio Wine and Food Festival on Saturday June 18, 2016 in the heart of downtown Georgetown.

06/03/16

On Broadway, Inc. learned the city would be enforcing a decades old law that only allows non-profits to have a liquor license, also known as a picnic license, for two events a year.

06/03/16

"If I'm carrying a picnic basket to Blossom from the farthest lot away because I'm the last person to get there, I'm not going to want to carry a bunch of bottles," says Banter owner and wine lover Adam Gullett. "That's the time and place for a can."

05/27/16

The weekend of May 14-15, temperatures dipped to below freezing for most of southeastern Minnesota and southern Wisconsin. This ruined large portions of grapes for many local wineries.

05/24/16

It's a busy time for Hopwood Cellars Winery. The Main Street business has announced a new distribution agreement with Monarch Beverage along with new labels for its bottles and adjustments to the wines offered.

05/24/16

Lawmakers in Ohio have voted to get rid of legislation that previously forbade the production or sale of beer above 12% abv.

05/23/16

Silver Oak's winery has sold out of its 2011 vintage and will be releasing its 2012 line this August.

05/23/16

As our region becomes ever more identified with wines and wineries, a growing number of people who would never been interested grapes have learned to enjoy this amazing beverage of culture, heritage, history and fine cuisine.

05/20/16

Michigan wines are winning more and more national awards, and there are more and more wineries to choose from, said Jenelle Jagmin, promotion specialist with the Michigan Grape & Wine Industry Council. Michigan wine producers won more than 500 awards at national competitions in 2015.

05/18/16

Temperatures dipped below freezing in much of those areas late Saturday and early Sunday, wiping out grape shoots that had emerged early due to a warm spring. The cold turned the water in the shoots cells to ice, killing the tissue, said Amaya Atucha, a University of Wisconsin-Madison assistant horticulture professor.

05/18/16

A California winery and a local company are urging the nation to come together - at least for a glass or two of wine. Matchbook Wine Co. and Wine Trends have joined forces for "Nationhood," a pair of wines that are available only in Northeast Ohio.

05/18/16

Over-the-Rhine might not be the first place you'd expect to find a winery, but by late summer, the neighborhood will be home to one.

05/17/16

Philippe Coquard was up all night in his vineyard Saturday night into Sunday morning. He tried moving the cold air around and away from the grapes, but it was no use

05/16/16

The legendary 39-year-old football player started Charles Woodson Wines in Napa, Calif., in 2005. He said he's especially proud of the 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon, with its black currant flavor.

05/13/16

Carillon Brewing Company, the first licensed brewery in a museum, was opened in August 2014 at Carillon Historical Park, operated by nonprofit Dayton History.

05/13/16

Dozens of fans lined up early and often for a chance to meet and chat with former Heisman Trophy winner and University of Michigan defensive back Charles Woodson Wednesday night during a wine tasting at Plum Market

05/13/16

As cherry trees around Northern Michigan begin to blossom, Chateau Grand Traverse Winery prepares to ship 360 cases of Traverse Bay Winery® Cherry Wine overseas to China. The shipment, which will leave the winery's facilities today, marks the sixth commercial wine order that Chateau Grand Traverse has shipped to China in recent years as part of its ongoing export marketing program.

05/10/16

We all know beer is a popular beverage amongst many young people attending college. Starting in the fall, some Southern Illinois University Carbondale students will be majoring in it

05/06/16

It was Tuesday evening at downtown Northbrook's Meadow Shopping Plaza, and the most exciting attraction might have been the sacks of moisture-control potting soil on sale at the Ace Hardware for $9.99, marked down from $12.99

05/05/16

The founders of Butler County's only winery have expanded their production facilities and are poised to plant more than 2,000 grapevines in new vineyards.

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