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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.

01/16/15

Grgich Hills will launch "The Great Chicago Chardonnay Showdown" celebration

01/14/15

I asked a group of prominent sommeliers from around Chicago what they see as the hot and emerging wine trends of 2015. Here's what they had to say.

01/14/15

The sales have exceeded the company's initial expectations.

01/13/15

In the Midwest we are proud to be hailed as "the bread basket" of the nation and produce a multitude of crops. However, grapes and wine production are not generally synonymous with this area. Nevertheless, several vineyards and wineries do thrive in the area.

01/13/15

New trails give you the option of using snowshoes or even cross-country skis to visit the wineries

01/09/15

Despite wine's name, severe cold hurts production

01/09/15

Michelle Dunaway sat down with Courtney Sheffer of the West Michigan Tourist Association and she gave us the details. She's here to let us know what's happening in West Michigan over the next few weeks, starting with a girls night out and wine.

01/08/15

Ohio is one of 17 "control" liquor states that dictate the sale of distilled spirits. Every liquor label for spirits higher than 42 proof is subject to the approval of the Ohio Division of Liquor Control, which also sets the price

01/05/15

The Wisconsin Grocers Association is pushing to allow customers to get fresh beer on tap at grocery stores

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