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07/10/20

Throughout May, investigators with the Attorney General's office used pseudonyms to confirm a multitude of direct-to-consumer sales by companies such as Wine.com, Wine Country Gift Baskets, Winc, and Ace Spirits.

07/09/20

07/09/20

"Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America issued the following statement on Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announcing the first-ever lawsuit centered on the 21st Amendment Enforcement Act for a preliminary injunction to stop the flow of illegal wine and liquor shipments into the state."

07/09/20

Let's be honest, we could all use a glass of wine right about now.

07/09/20

A spirits distributor tied to a 2019 liquor shortage in Michigan will face a $3 million fine, which state officials labeled "historic" and "unprecedented" in a Wednesday announcement.

07/08/20

Binny's operates 42 stores throughout the state, and plans to move into the Forever 21 location, at 6363 East State Street, later this year.

07/07/20

Baskerville wanted to create a beer that defined the color black. He chose stout because, depending on how it's brewed, stout represents "the whole color scheme - hues of black from light brown to deepest, darkest black."

07/06/20

"He shared his love and his wisdom, his knowledge and experience, openly and honestly, without reserve. His word was his bond; everybody knew that when you shook his hand (on a deal), it was as good as gold, and you could take that to the bank."

07/02/20

A suburban winery is re-opening this weekend after closing to the public for 20 months because neighbors complained of loud concerts.

06/29/20

06/29/20

Under Kahle's plan, Michigan employers would be able utilize microchipping, but could not mandate employees to have such devices implanted. Kahle said the measure strikes a good balance between protecting workers' rights and providing businesses with flexibility to increase efficiency and further grow.

06/26/20

"We over the years learned the business of growing grapes. Lots of classes, lots of research, a lot of conferences," said Dave Anthony, co-owner of Northern Sun Winery.

06/26/20

"I have no doubt that, by cultivating it as they do in France, this vine will produce good grapes and, consequently, good wine," he wrote in a letter to French officials in September 1702.

06/25/20

Two Chicks District Co. offers a variety home decor items and furnishings, from textured throw pillows to leather armchairs.

06/22/20

The city of Columbus, Ohio, has already vowed to bring down its statue of Christopher Columbus. But thousands are hoping to erase the city's connection to Columbus' legacy even further by renaming it Flavortown in honor of Columbus native Guy Fieri.

06/19/20

Soak up the Windy City summer on these restaurant patios

06/19/20

The Michigan House today passed a bill, HB 5811, to allow restaurants and bars to sell cocktails to-go in sealed containers.

06/18/20

Christian Butzke, professor of enology (the science of wine and winemaking), who's taught the course on Purdue's flagship campus to more than 6,000 students over 15 years, will teach the online version.

06/17/20

"We recognize Aunt Jemima's origins are based on a racial stereotype," Quaker Oats said, adding that the move is an effort "toward progress on racial equality."

06/16/20

L'uva Bella, which claims to be the largest winery by volume in the state of Ohio, has been acquired by Marisa Sergi, 26, and Evan Schumann, 25, through their investment fund, S'quared Holdings.

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