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Branches Winery near Westby has become the first winery in the Midwest to can wine, according to owners Therese and Gene Bergholz


It takes time to grow the grapevines, time to grow berry bushes that will be used to flavor the wine, and time to ferment that first batch of wine.


Silver Leaf Vineyard & Winery was created a dozen years ago. Mark Lienau bought the operation in 2015


Fourteen winery members of the Tri-County Grape Growers Association have launched a campaign to bring recognition to the Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir grapes grown in northeast Ohio.


How the first winery in McCordsville came to be can be put simply: They planted the vines, and they watched it grow.


The growing throngs of Wisconsin wineries are pressing state lawmakers to grant them extended operating hours, but tavern owners in the state hope to put a cork on those efforts.


Wine Tourism Brought Nearly 2 Million Visitors In 2015


Legislation targeting the sale of cold carryout beer at convenience stores was signed into law Tuesday


The rule, part of a package of statutes held over from the Prohibition era, bans wineries from selling their own wine past 9 p.m., cutting them out of lucrative wedding and late night event sales, winery owners say


Winery owners and vineyard managers across northern Ohio are reporting that their vines appear to be in great shape after a relatively docile winter


Growing wine grapes remained a dream for cold climate farmers until amateur botanist Elmer Swenson turned viticulture upside down in the 1970s, when he debuted 'Swenson Red' in partnership with the University of Minnesota.


The Traverse City area's pair of grape-growing peninsulas offer a unique double-whammy wine experience, and the two groups that represent winemakers on either side of West Grand Traverse Bay plan to join forces to market the region as a unit.


Tom McClanahan asked the governor for his reaction to that denial and he says to go to the well again.


The beverage director for Acanto, the Gage and three other local spots is a sommelier for the people.


Republican leaders in the Indiana Statehouse have reached agreement on a measure targeting a convenience store owner who used a legal loophole to circumvent the state's stringent law governing who can sell cold beer.


Alcohold lobby directs bieg contributions to key legislators.


We commend JobsOhio Beverage System and the Ohio Department of Liquor Control for recognizing the problem, establishing an open line of communication and, ultimately, rectifying the situation by providing reconciliation payments to suppliers."


Indiana wine sales have steadily increased by 15 percent each year to create an industry that produces more than 1 million gallons of wine, and contributes more than $72 million to the state's economy, according to the Purdue Wine Grape Team, which helps support Indiana's wineries and vineyards. The state currently has 92 wineries, up from 34 in 2007.


Purdue University's Wine Grape Team says Indiana's wine industry continues to grow. The team says sales have increased by 15 percent year-over-year, with the industry contributing more than $72 million to the state's economy.


Wild Blossom Meadery and Winery has produced the ancient alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey since 2001. The first round of tastings at the new production facility is sold out.

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