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05/08/15

Highlights from the 225-plus wines poured were showing beautifully

05/06/15

Funded entirely through a U.S. Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Block Grant, he's tasked with providing the "back and forth," as he puts it, between the university and the growing number of wineries and cideries in the state.

05/05/15

Current law requires a consumer to first visit a winery for a face-to-face transaction, which ensures that the buyer is at least 21 years old, before wine can be shipped to the consumer. Pence signed a bill Monday that will eliminate that requirement, but buyers still will have to provide a copy of a government-issued ID to confirm they're of legal age.

05/05/15

Current law requires a consumer to first visit a winery for a face-to-face transaction, which ensures that the buyer is at least 21 years old, before wine can be shipped to the consumer

05/04/15

Greg Johns retired at the end of April

05/01/15

it is a sign that the authorities in Illinois are taking a dim view of Mr. Diamond's activities

05/01/15

The company also plans to build four new stores averaging 75,000 square feet, expand five others and remodel 17

04/30/15

We are looking for wineries that offer a great overall experience - from a great tasting room to an awesome staff that makes you feel welcome when you walk in the door. They don't have to offer food or other extras, but feel free to make a case why these are your favorites.

04/30/15

We had 42 nominees on Day 1 of our search for Michigan's Best Winery. Please keep them coming in

04/29/15

"We have expanded our business to include bulk wine sales in 13 states, and were just looking for another opportunity in this industry," Mike Williams said of the purchase. "Our plans are for the establishment of more vineyard acreage and for expanded production."

04/29/15

Kroger Co. has acquired the majority of Cincinnati-based DunnhumbyUSA, the data analysis firm that has provided it with valuable customer insight.

04/29/15

Grape vines are very sensitive to 2,4-D, therefore MDARD has restrictions on the use of 2,4-D for several counties in southwest Michigan.

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.

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