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Lewis Station Winery Chef Jason Dunn and his crew began assembling the large salad at about 3:30 p.m. and had it finished by 5 p.m.


Jenn has worked in sales and purchasing for over 15 years, mostly with distributors, wineries, and food and drink brokers for international products, including wines and specialty spirits.


Northwest Indiana's newest winery was born out of a passion for crafting vino that started with a Christmas gift of a winemaking kit


The 41st annual Michigan Wine Competition found 55 of the state's 145 wineries entering 413 wines into the competition, which is open only to wine produced from Michigan grapes and other fruit. Six of the nine "Best in Class" winners were from the wineries on Old Mission Peninsula or in Leelanau County


For more than two decades, commercial wine grape grower Dan Nitz has dreamed of opening his own winery on his family's sprawling vineyards in the gentle hills east of the Lake Michigan shoreline.


Indiana has a new wine trail for wine lovers interested in exploring some of the state's numerous wineries.


An initial inspection of the venue found mouse droppings, food debris inside a smoker as well as mold and mildew inside a wine/beer fridge. The restaurant scored 82 out of 100; negative marks included two critical violations


A legal battle between Nancy Zelman and the Town Board of Erin and the Erin plan commission was sent back to the circuit court of Washington County after a Wednesday decision from the Court of Appeals District II.


According to the report, the number of bonded wineries in the state grew from 73 in 2011 to 116 in 2016. In contrast, the state had just 31 wineries in 2001. Hoosier wineries produced almost 2.4 million gallons of wine in 2016.


Hartland Winery of Ashley was named Indiana Winery of the Year at the 2018 Indy International Wine Competition.


What makes Josh Perlman's wine list one of the country's most exciting, in 10 bottles.


The veteran food editor launched the nation's first newspaper column on wine, bringing an admirably democratic and curious taste to the burgeoning industry.


A winery on the north side of Prairie Creek Reservoir has secured a permit from the Metropolitan Board of Zoning Appeals to construct an event center that opponents are calling a bar.


"What this study helped determine, and further confirm, is that the state is continuing to move forward in all aspects of the industry - from grape growing, to winemaking styles and techniques, to getting the word out about Indiana wines," said Katie Barnett, Purdue wine grape marketing Extension specialist.


Detroit Vineyards is the first winery in the city in more than 60 years.


Michigan businesses spent almost $1.37 billion in wholesale liquor purchases in 2017, up 5 percent from the previous year, according to state data.



It would increase the number of gallons per year a winery can produce, and still be able to sell their product at a farmers market.



When Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants opens on Monday at the Mall at Partridge Creek, it will mark the chain's first Michigan location as well as the first of three planned for the next 3-5 years in southeast Michigan

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