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02/11/15

Bob Lautenbach of Lautenbach's Orchard Country Winery & Market received the Grower of the Year Award from the Wisconsin Grape Growers Association last month at the Corks 'n' Cuisine Dinner in Wisconsin Dells

02/11/15

The Winebow Group, a national importer and distributor of fine wine and craft spirits, announced today the acquisition of Purple Feet Wines of Pewaukee, Wisconsin. The companies will combine their efforts in Wisconsin and operate as Purple Feet Wines, a member of The Winebow Group

02/11/15

NKY woman built distributorship with cousin's money, but didn't tell him about its sale

02/10/15

Possibly coming soon to a bar or restaurant near you: tableside devices so customers can tap their own drinks such as wine, or a "wall of beer" where they can draw a favorite amber or stout from a row of self-serve spigots.

02/04/15

In Sunday's Journal Sentinel, I wrote about Cedar Vineyard, a pending $50 million proposal for high-end homes, along with a vineyard, winery and nature preserve on over 200 acres overlooking Lake Michigan in Port Washington. There's a smaller, but similar proposal, that's to break ground this year in the Dane County community of Cambridge.

02/03/15

While some have said that Indiana hasn't changed its liquor laws since Prohibition ended in 1933, the fact is our state's laws have undergone countless changes since then. New state regulations and requirements have been enacted, in the name of making package store owners and employees more accountable for the handling of alcoholic beverages.

02/02/15

The workshop will be held March 10 at the Geneva Lodge & Conference Center in Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio. The program, which runs from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., is coordinated by OSU Extension, OSU Horticulture & Crop Science Department, KSU Vesta Program, and the Ashtabula Research Station for the Ohio Agricultural Research & Development Center

01/29/15

ndiana residents are a step closer to being able to buy wine directly from a winery without first having to make an in-person visit

01/26/15

Currently, Hoosier wineries can only ship their products to customers they have met face-to-face who've filled out paperwork

01/26/15

Already a destination winery, Bonobo's remarkable interior welcomes guests to revel in a space inspired by its sweeping views of Old Mission's rolling vineyards

01/26/15

There is seldom good news in Indiana on direct shipping laws but there is hope in the ongoing session

01/23/15

Beginning February 1, 2015 Michigan alcoholic beverage wholesalers will be responsible for the filing and payment of all wine, malt, and low alcohol mixed spirit drink excise taxes

01/23/15

The Senate Public Policy Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to send the bill to the full Senate for consideration.

01/23/15

the Republican political operative who was hired to run the campaign to legalize Sunday carryout alcohol sales, is facing drunken driving charges

01/23/15

As Chicago's upscale grocery scene gets more crowded and more consumers turn to grocery delivery services, it's no longer enough to stock the shelves and hope customers show up.

01/23/15

A state legislative panel has endorsed a proposal that would allow Indiana residents to buy wine directly from a winery without first having to make an in-person visit.

01/22/15

The first test will be a 1:30 p.m. Senate Public Policy hearing for Senate Bill 113, which would remove the requirement of a face-to-face transaction at a winery before shipping can occur. The requirement has been in place since 2006, when a sticky compromise was reached creating a direct wine shipper's permit. Indiana wineries had shipped their product directly to customers for years. But in May 2005, the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission issued an enforcement bulletin saying the practice was illegal.

01/22/15

Rep. Tom Dermody, whose committee sets alcohol policy, has authored House Bill 1624, which would allow groceries, pharmacies and liquor stores to sell alcohol on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

01/22/15

Whether it's a delectable riesling, an oaky chardonnay or a dry merlot, Hoosiers may soon be able to more easily have wine shipped directly to their doo

01/21/15

Alcohol distributor Great Lakes Wine & Spirits acquired Traverse City-based Wicksall Distributors, Inc. Both companies distribute beer and wine to retail stores.

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