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10/18/21

If you live in the Mid-Atlantic region and are interested in possibly growing grapes and starting a winery, where do you go to learn the basics of viticulture, winemaking and wine marketing?

10/18/21

"Love, Charlie: The Rise and Fall of Chef Charlie Trotter" premieres eight years after his death

10/15/21

Earlier this month, the world's largest farm equipment maker and the UAW union reached an agreement after weeks of negotiation on wages and other benefits, but 90% of the union's workers voted against the deal. read more

10/14/21

The largest U.S. grocery chain is adding fulfillment centers across the country through its partnership with technology company Ocado

10/13/21

The Traverse City winery's inaugural trip will set sail in May 2022 aboard the AmaDolce, a river cruising ship that is part of AmaWaterways' European fleet. The trip is open not only to LFC's growing wine club membership, but any wine and travel enthusiasts who'd like to go. It will be led by LFC's co-owners Bryan and Jen Ulbrich.

10/13/21

The Shawnee Hills American Viticultural Area is the first AVA established in Illinois. An AVA is a designated grape growing region. It's distinguishable by geographic features.

10/11/21

Frazier was a pillar of Cleveland, and his impact was felt in multiple pockets. As owner of Chateau Hough, he provided a space for formerly incarcerated people to work, uplifting them and others to recognize their potential.

10/08/21

Dr. LaToya Thompson tapped into her passion for science to launch Opulence. Her luxury label consists of a cabernet and a pinot grigio, made from products Thompson handpicked during a journey through Napa Valley for the perfect grape pairings. The new label makes the Rochester sports physical therapist a bit of an anomaly: Although women are 57 percent of wine buyers, they make up just 28 percent of winemakers in the country.

10/07/21

The biggest fans? Young drinkers between age 21-34 represent 15% of bottled wine buyers, but 26% of canned wine buyers, the Times reports.

10/06/21

The Purdue Wine Grape Team is made up of three Hoosiers who each have important roles when it comes to Indiana wine. Jill Blune, the team's enology extension specialist, performs laboratory analyses on wine and juice. Katie Barnett, the wine grape marketing extension specialist, is responsible for the overall promotion of the Indiana wine and grape industry.

10/05/21

Erin Rasmussen opened her winery, American Wine Project, in Mineral Point, about 30 minutes west of Madison. She uses grapes only from within a five-hour driving radius, meaning they are all in the Midwest, and mostly from Wisconsin.

10/01/21

In the past two years, Michigan Liquor Control Commission and Attorney General Dana Nessel has sued more than a half-dozen out-of-state retailers caught shipping wine illegally into Michigan. Because of this, tens of thousands of dollars in fines have been issued and have made a bold statement that illegal wine shipping is not allowed.

09/30/21

The small, permanent space located in an alley serves just three spaghetti-focused food items.

09/28/21

I wish nobody had ever said that a glass of wine a day is healthy. It may be true, but experts disagree.

09/22/21

Peyton Manning is not too enshrined in the Hall of Fame or too caught up in the overwhelmingly rave reviews of his Monday Night Football MegaCast to admit what his most critical job has been of late.

09/14/21

Winemaker Joe Henke, celebrating 25 years in the business, explains how his hobby got "out of control" and led to one of Cincinnati's original urban wineries.

09/14/21

The steepest slopes of of Maréchal Foch grapes are harvest by hand and are used to make Wollersheim's finest red wine

09/13/21

A $1.5 million proposal to transform a portion of the Wausau Chemical site into a business incubator that would have housed a 300-person event venue and other amenities is no longer in the works, city officials confirmed on Friday.

09/02/21

Investors are supporting $11.2 million in Series B funding. The company has now raised a total of roughly $20 million. Co-founder/CEO Richard Yau declined to say how many customers Bright Cellars has.

09/01/21

"Tom has a proven track record of driving growth."

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