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11/30/17

The distillers of finely crafted spirits, Breakfast Gin and Breakfast Rye, are caught up in a name-calling fight for their not-just-for-breakfast drinks

11/30/17

The February 2018 Wine Grape Vineyard Establishment Conference will provide essential elements for those exploring entry into Michigan's expanding winery industry.

11/28/17

Entrepreneurs want to buy land from the city of Baraboo and build a winery on it.

11/27/17

Wine retailers in Illinois are suffering the consequences of a law enacted earlier this year that makes it a felony to ship wine into the state without the proper license

11/21/17

Guests can expect a six-course cannabis-infused meal and beverages, including a cannabis cocktail.

11/20/17

Indianapolis-based Easley Winery is sharing its excitement about the multi-million-dollar investment in property and equipment it has made in downtown Indianapolis. The expansion includes the addition of a fully-automated Italian bottling line, doubling the winery's production capacity.

11/17/17

Kansas City company allegedly selling directly to Roundy's

11/17/17

In the first of a three-part series on wine culture in the Midwest, wine columnist Lettie Teague returns to her native Indiana to see what wines her fellow Hoosiers are drinking-and making-today

11/15/17

The chairwoman of a commission reviewing Indiana's antiquated alcohol laws said Tuesday that she was troubled by the actions of two powerful lobbying groups that recently announced a deal which they claim will lead to the elimination of a retail Sunday alcohol sales ban

11/14/17

The 2017 grape growing season ended by fall frost in northwest Michigan with fruit still on the vine. What can this mean for harvest and cold acclimation?

11/14/17

Todd Steiner directs the winemaking program in Ohio State's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. He says it's important to ensure there's enough fruit for the state's many wineries.

11/13/17

Wineries and grapegrowers report above-average harvest across region

11/13/17

The Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers and the Indiana Retail Council, representing liquor stores and grocery stores respectively, have partnered to ask the General Assembly to legalize Sunday alcohol sales.

11/13/17

Todd Steiner directs the winemaking program in Ohio State's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. He says it's important to ensure there's enough fruit for the state's many wineries

11/06/17

It's the twelfth system in the U.S. since its 2009 California introduction

11/03/17

A Purdue-based company that designs software and performs in-field analysis to help wine grape growers and winemakers improve crop quality and sustainability has won a two-year federal grant worth more than $500,000

10/31/17

"This year was very odd," Schuchter said. "The more delicate grapes, the Cabernets, are fine. The native grapes like Concord, which normally you can't kill, those were frosted. That's a complete flip we haven't seen in 20 years."

10/27/17

A statewide impact study and survey conducted by John Dunham & Associates revealed that Michigan's wine industry is responsible for more than $5.4 billion in economic impact, including more than $426 million paid in state and local taxes. The Michigan wine industry directly creates nearly 28,000 jobs and pays $773 million in direct wages.

10/23/17

Liquor stores have prevailed despite being outnumbered 2-to-1 by convenience stores thirsting to sell cold beer and despite being dwarfed by the big-box national retail chains with an interest in lifting the Sunday alcohol sales ban.

10/09/17

Great wine regions garner respect for vintages by growing quality fruit and developing winemakers who are serious about their craft. Those are given, but are only part of the story.

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