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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

01/05/15

Jennifer Montgomery has been named the first full-time executive director of the 22-year-old Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Association.

12/29/14

Red or white? Brut or demi-sec? When it comes to selecting a sparkling wine for your holiday gathering, it can be daunting. We asked several Michigan wine experts for their guidelines on buying Michigan-made sparkling wines.

12/29/14

An Illinois lawyer has filed over 300 Qui Tam cases against out-of-state sellers of products in Illinois state court. The most recent group of cases targets wineries that ship directly to consumers under permits issued by the State of Illinois ("DTC") and wine retailers selling alcoholic beverages to Illinois residents outside of Illinois, which the buyer then ships into Illinois. The cases against the wineries attempt to take advantage of the lawyer's expansive reading of a confusing Illinois tax provision, and the cases against the out-of-state wine retailers challenge the legality of their business model.

12/22/14

to bully them into settling the lawsuits so he and his firm can collect hundreds of thousands, if not millions

12/22/14

New one-day seminar in Ohio for people entering the wine business

12/22/14

The justices ruled that "the degree of agitation expressed…by Morgan, standing alone, does not rise to the level that would annoy a reasonable person." As a result, the court wiped out his conviction.

12/15/14

Wineries have been a growing business in the state, with as many as 80 expected to be part of the Wisconsin Winery Association by next year

12/15/14

The state's trade group for the wine industry, the Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Association, has hired a full-time executive director for the first time

12/15/14

The Illinois River Winery, 723 S. Clark St., in Utica, was reported broken into and burglarized early Friday morning.

12/11/14

The Michigan wine industry lost one of the founders of the modern era of winemaking in the state, Leonard Olson, on December 2. Len opened Tabor Hill winery in the 1970s, left Michigan to pursue other interests in the 1980s and returned to the state recently to start a new winery called Baroda Founders Wine Cellar.

12/09/14

Retail shop has opened and restaurant in the planning stage

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