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04/16/21

Heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, wineries and vineyards across Illinois are hoping to recover as warmer weather returns and restrictions loosen.

04/14/21

The announcement coincides with the release of third variety pack, with several new flavors.

04/14/21

An urban winery is looking to expand while continuing to help the Cleveland community it calls home by doing more than making wine.

04/13/21

Together, they aimed to launch a massive project inside the Bank of America Tower, 110 N. Wacker Drive in the Loop, the tallest new office building constructed in Chicago in 30 years. At 17,200 square feet, the restaurant space was sure to be colossal, but other than that, details were scarce.

04/13/21

Eric Williams says the new eatery space will include music, a full wine list and an outdoor patio seating about 70 guests.

04/07/21

Wineries and vineyards in Illinois are hoping for a strong recovery after more than a year of widespread disruption caused by the pandemic.

04/05/21

03/29/21

Wait a minute - aren't these essentially the same ordinances that the establishment of wineries were based on years ago?

03/23/21

Water hundreds of feet below the surface of Lake Michigan is warming, especially in winter, according to a report published last week by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The warming could change the seasonal patterns of the lake - and alter a way of life for ecosystems and industry alike.

03/22/21

Northeast Ohio wines score big in annual San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition

03/10/21

Awards are broken into multiple categories by both varietal and bottle cost. So $30 Cabs are rated with similarly priced ones, for instance.

03/10/21

Established in 1936, fourth generation family-owned and operated Terlato Wines today announced an exclusive sales and marketing agreement with Champagne Lanson, one of Champagne's oldest Houses. The agreement becomes effective April 1, 2021.

03/10/21

Nearly one-third of every bottle of alcohol shipped into Michigan in 2019 was shipped illegally, according to data compiled by the Michigan Beer and Wine Wholesalers Association.

03/10/21

Originally founded in Windsor, Ontario, the business would later relocate to Paw Paw after prohibition was lifted, according to the official winery history page.

03/04/21

Founded in 1921 by Mariano Meconi, St. Julian Winery is the longest-operating winery in the state of Michigan, according to a news release from the winery.

03/02/21

Oliver Winery & Vineyards is releasing Lemon Moscato to select major retailers starting March 8, 2021. Lemon Moscato follows the national success of Blueberry Moscato (a top 10 Moscato in the U.S. after just two years) and award-winning Cherry Moscato (a top-selling wine since its release in 2016).

02/19/21

The winery is located on Route 224, and that's where the expansion will take place.

02/19/21

L'uva Bella owners Marisa Sergi and Evan Schumann plan to break ground within the next two weeks on the first part of the two-phase expansion to the winemaking operation, at the same time as a rebranding for the RedHead wine brand is under way.

02/19/21

A busy week of dormant Commerce Clause litigation continues.

02/18/21

Drizly, the nation's largest alcohol e-commerce and on-demand delivery platform, today announced its availability to residents of South Bend. In partnership with local retailer Blarney Stone Wine & Spirits, adults of legal drinking age can now shop the Drizly app or website.

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