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04/17/19

College eyes August ribbon cutting for new center

04/17/19

Bob Bansberg, a sommelier and wine educator whose brilliance, easy affablilty and quick wit inspired a generation of Chicago wine professionals, passed away April 13. He was 65

04/12/19

There are plans to turn a building on W. Market Street into a recovery center

04/08/19

The Bellas made headlines in March when they announced on their E! reality show "Total Bellas" that they would no longer be delivering devastating Bella Busters and rack attacks in the World Wrestling Entertainment ring.

04/03/19

More than 100 wines from Michigan, across the United States and throughout the world will be featured at the event. There also will be wine seminars and a Mystery Wine contest.

04/03/19

04/03/19

The Clark County Fairgrounds will be the site of the Second Annual Vintage Ohio South Wine Festival, hosted by Ohio Wine Producers Association. In addition to wine tasting and purchasing, the event will feature musical performances, cooking demonstrations, several vendors, and four food trucks, including Bistro de Mohr, Freddie's Franks & Burgers, La Pampa Grill, and Young's Jersey Dairy.

04/02/19

The Bay View Wine Trail - comprised of twelve family owned and operated wineries- has been rebranded as the Petoskey Wine Region.

04/01/19

Nancie Oxley, Winemaker and Vice President at Michigan's St. Julian Winery, was honored on March 22 with the Purdue University 2019 Distinguished Agriculture Alumni Award, the College of Agriculture's top honor. The award, established in 1992, recognizes mid-career Purdue College of Agriculture alumni who have demonstrated a record of outstanding accomplishments, have made significant contributions to their profession or society, and exhibit high potential for future professional growth.

04/01/19

When winery and event venue Via Vecchia announced an expanded space at a new location in November, owner Michael Elmer said he hoped the space would help revitalize The Fort, as well as the South Side.

04/01/19

Country Heritage Winery and Vineyard is expanding to southern Indiana. The LaOtto winery announced this week it has acquired Chateau Thomas Winery, which has locations in Plainfield and Nashville. Details of the deal were not disclosed

04/01/19

"Everyone, from the planning commission, to the building department, the entire economic development team, and of course our loyal customers and community in general has been supportive," Harris said. "It made it a easy choice to continue to invest our future in Huntington County."

04/01/19

Their sustainable practices and vine to wine philosophy are just a few of the reasons they're one of the premiere wineries in northern Michigan. Now, the winery is excited to announce the Tankhaus - an "unreal" kind of vacation rental. If you're someone who wants to be one with the land or one with their wine, here's your chance

03/27/19

The company announced it broke ground on the 7,000 square foot expansion Monday morning. The expansion includes larger facilities for winemaking and a new event venue. They will also add parking to the property.

03/26/19

The company announced it broke ground on the 7,000 square foot expansion Monday morning. The expansion includes larger facilities for winemaking and a new event venue. They will also add parking to the property

03/26/19

Hosted by childhood friends Lucy Fitzgerald, Kenyon Laing and Amanda Jacobson, the Wine and Crime podcast, which launched in February 2017, is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: a discussion of various true crimes, ranging from the bizarre (think Russian necrophiliacs) to the more serious (an episode devoted to police shooting victim Philando Castile, which occurred in the women's home state of Minnesota.) Over Skype, the women crack open a bottle of wine chosen specifically for the theme of the episode and talk about their favorite cases.

03/22/19

There is a term in journalism called "burying the lede" ... The Michigan Beer and Wine Wholesalers provided a classic example with their recent announcement concerning "illegal" wine shipments into the state

03/22/19

Ardagh Group, Glass - North America, a division of Ardagh Group and a leading manufacturer of glass containers for the food and beverage industries in the United States, recently hosted a Sustainable Brewing & Packaging event at its Wilson, N.C. glass manufacturing facility.

03/21/19

One in four bottles of alcohol shipped into Michigan during the end of 2018 was shipped illegally, according to data by the Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association. Their research found that during October to December 2018, approximately 528, 310 bottles of alcohol were shipped into the state, and of those bottles, 185,408 were spirits or illegally shipped wine.

03/20/19

The old Stroh's Ice Cream building will live again as a tasting room for Detroit's first winery in 60 years.

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