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iSys Label will be showcasing the EDGE 850, a roll to roll digital label printer for printing full color BS5609-compliant chemical drum labels on demand at the upcoming LabelExpo Americas tradeshow


Northwestern Michigan College and MSU will host a conference, "Weathering the Climate: Cultivation and Technology in Grape Production," Sept. 5 at the Hagerty Center at NMC's Great Lakes Campus, 710 E. Front Street, Traverse City, Mich.


A Sandusky winery owner was indicted on five federal charges stemming from, in part, the nonpayment of loans used to fund the winery, officials said.


Federal government alleges David Kraus, 52, sold about $2 million in assets used as collateral for federal farm loans


So what is here under our own finely tuned noses? It turns out there are quite a few unlikely spots in the Milwaukee area with very likable wines. Here are some even more surprising venues for Brew City wine lovers to love:


The Indy International Wine Competition will culminate Friday at Purdue University when trophies are awarded to the best of this year's 2,200 entries


Indiana's grape crop yields do not look as promising as they did last year due to the cold winter


The Leelanau Peninsula Vintners Association (LPVA) is awarding its first-ever recipients of the Bruce Simpson Winemaker Scholarship. The scholarships are being presented on Tuesday, August 19 at 6:00 pm during the Michigan State University (MSU) Orientation at the Northern Michigan College (NMC) University Center in Room 07. Four recipients will each receive $1,000 for the 2014/2015 school year.


For the first time since 1946, there will be alcohol served at the Indiana State Fair. The new exhibit will be located at Grand Hall. It is called the Indiana Beer and Wine Exhibit. It will be open every day between 1 and 9 p.m. Last call will be at 8 p.m. There will be various breweries and wineries featured each day.


It was a fun evening of food, wine and art for 300 people attending the Akron Arts Expo Wine Tasting and Silent Auction, held at Hardesty Park on Friday evening


" ... when one is making "luxury wines" at $50-plus, there is not much room for error. "


Join Northwestern Michigan College and Michigan State University at Weathering the Climate: Cultivation and Technology in Grape Production on Sept. 5, 2014.


Several of Northeast Ohio's most respected restaurants are being recognized by Wine Spectator magazine this summer. The honor, which largely recognizes restaurants with "a wine list offering an interesting and diverse selection of wines that are well-presented and thematically match the restaurant's cuisine in price and style," is awarded annually.


Berlin-based British wine scholar Stuart Pigott literally wrote the book on riesling, The Best White Wine on Earth, and is headed to Traverse City for its Midwest launch at the 'City of Riesling' event, July 26-28, which will showcase the popular Northern Michigan wine varietal.


The place is Washington Park in Over-the-Rhine, and the weekend is Sept. 12-13. The world is invited, and tickets go on sale Wednesday.


Chateau Grand Traverse on Traverse City's Old Mission Peninsula has been a staple of the Northern Michigan wine industry since the winery's founding in 1974. Read on to discover how the winery has aged to become a favorite in both Michigan and abroad (think China!).


Each year handfuls of Northern Michigan wine festivals and events take place throughout Michigan's "wine country." Ranging from weekend-long festivals that feature headlining nationally touring and Northern Michigan musicians to day-long events that celebrate with wine tours and food pairings.


An event center for weddings, a restaurant, an artists workshop, a wine museum and, of course, a winery, were just a few of the suggestions offered by residents and visitors for the Lonz Winery property renovations on Middle Bass Island


The winery, which opened on July 3rd, will offer 10 distinct beverage offerings, ranging from $12 to $32 per bottle, that include a hard cider, cherry wine, two sparkling wines, a Brut and a Brut Rose, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Luminous (a sweeter Michigan blend), a semi-dry Riesling, Radiance (the House Red), and Cabernet Franc.


On July 9, representatives from the United States Department of Agriculture will tour local wineries to assess the damage done to local wine grapes by this past winter's extreme weather. All Northeastern Ohio Wineries from Avon east to the Pennsylvania line suffered deep losses to the wine grape crop. "There was a 100-percent crop loss for 2014 for all vinifera wine varieties." says Doniella Winchell, Executive Director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association.

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