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The new edition of the popular Michigan Wine Country magazine is now available, kicking off Michigan Wine Month and marking the beginning of the 2016 touring season. It is an indispensable guide for touring Michigan's 120 wineries


As pilot project, CGT has produced three custom-labeled wines and has promised a portion of the profits to the Department of Natural Resources to better state parks, trails and waterways.


University winemaker Bryan Forbes found Itasca produces a wine that is light yellow to straw in color, with aromas of pear, quince, violet, melon, minerals and honey. Itasca has lower acidity and high sugar levels, and has shown cold hardiness as far north as the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Zone 4. Licensed nurseries will begin selling the new Itasca grape in 2017.


The charm of visiting Chateau Grand Traverse is the heady combination of sipping Michigan-grown wine while taking in the scrumptious view of the rolling vineyard that looks out over the west arm of Grand Traverse Bay.


Governor Rick Snyder Proclaims April "Michigan Wine Month"


Members voted 5-1 to recommend denial of the rezoning sought by Duane and Kristi Schuil for property at 2800 E. Mitchell Road. Planning commissioner Jeff Haven cast the dissenting vote, with commissioner Fred Fry absent from the meeting.


The startup places inexpensive, commercially available sensors in the soil of vineyards-tens to hundreds per acre, each about 10 feet or deeper underground. The sensors gather data on soil variation, moisture and other factors in very high resolution, creating 10-foot square soil maps. A second component translates the huge amount of information into a visual format on a tablet or laptop, helping vineyards make decisions about managing the crop while it's still growing.


Gas station convenience store owners are upset about legislation headed to Gov. Rick Snyder that would let grocery stores with gas stations sell beer and wine.


Gas station convenience store owners are upset about legislation headed to Gov. Rick Snyder that would let grocery stores with gas stations sell beer and wine


Ephraim, along the water in peninsular Door County - a popular destination dotted with small towns, resorts and wineries - is dry, but it might not be for much longer. Organizers have gathered enough signatures from among the 300 or so residents to spark a referendum on the issue April 5, the same day as the state's presidential primary.


If you attended a wine event or took a wine class in Chicago in the past 25 years or so, chances are very good that Patrick Fegan was responsible. Fegan died Thursday at Mercy Hospital in Chicago. He was 68.


The legislation, which is still in committee, would also clear the way for companies that run alcohol delivery apps to make deliveries for retailers in the state


An MSU research team conducted an experiment in Leelanau County last summer. They randomly selected 143 visitors to the tasting room at 45 North Vineyard and Winery and asked them to taste four different out-of-state wines. They asked how much they'd be willing to pay for a bottle of each. The mere knowledge that a particular wine had won an award bumped the theoretical willing-to-pay price up by an average of $1.58 per bottle


The words wine and winery elicit roughly the same response from me as a squirrel sighting does from my dog. So, imagine my anticipation once the signage went up at Walkerbilt Road and U.S. 41 in North Naples for the new Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant that opened this week.


ePour Technologies launches its patented wine-by-the-glass system using two nine-liter bags.


Chateau Chantal's 2013 ice wine will be served along with a menu that includes Alaskan halibut casseroles, a roasted apricot galette with Appalachian cheese and baby lamb chops with Yukon potato Dauphinoise,


Second-generation winemaker wins Lifetime Achievement Award


the changes close loopholes and toughen licensing requirements for ignition interlock mechanics and businesses


Walker's Bluff in Carterville hopes to build a 300-room hotel, indoor water park and conference center at the winery


Valley Vineyards is the second largest vineyard and sixth largest winery in Ohio

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