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Tres Rojas wines will look elsewhere to expand its business after the East Peoria Zoning Board decided Monday night not to recommend its request to grow grapes, produce wine and invite visitors to imbibe on a 20-acre parcel of forested land off Bloomington Road


A fitting vessel for what rests inside - an exclusive red blend that can be bought only at the winery based in Geneva. What the wine represents makes it all the more singular


Donniella Winchell sits in her office at the corner of South Broadway and Main streets here. She looks out her window onto the street at a fire hydrant painted purple and green and smiles knowing what the colors represent - the wine-producing grapes and their vines, which grow on more than 1,500 acres in Ohio


The winery's tasting room is open for the season, which began on March 30 and will end on Dec. 22. New this year is an outdoor pavilion that is the winery's third outdoor seating area. The Bergholzes also plan to soon expand their food offerings, and to begin holding Door County-style fish boils in late summer


... focussing not just wine but on beer, hard cider and spirits - with less money available and no allowance for promotional programs. Staff will shift from three full-time staffers to one-and-a half. "We've become a grant program."


Not only does Northeast Ohio have lots of new wineries, but a handful of them told Crain's last fall that established wineries are growing as well. Demand for locally produced wine has been rising, they said, citing increased interest in locally produced food and drink


The highest-reviewed bottles of wine come from Coshocton, Ohio, according to an analysis of CellarTracker reviews by RewardExpert.


Under Indiana law, no company can distribute both beer and liquor. Monarch has spent the last decade trying to get the law changed. Monarch's largest wine supplier, California-based E&J Gallo, has switched to a wholesaler that can distribute all their products, including liquor


Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday signed House Bill 4667 and Senate Bill 440, changing the name of the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council to the Michigan Craft Beverage Council


Monarch Beverage Co. expects the job cuts to occur by Sept. 1, when the Indianapolis wholesaler will pull out of the wine business by closing its $67 million-a-year wine distribution business.


City Council has forwarded to the Planning Commission a rezoning request for a Planned Unit Development -- including a winery -- after tabling the measure for two weeks to review potential deed restrictions posed by the nearby Thornbury subdivision.


Honoring the 2018 Director's Choice Award Winners for the Best Dessert, Red and White wines in the state, as well as Ohio Quality Wine Designees and Gold Medal Winners from the Ohio Wine Competition.


Fenn Valley Vineyards, a 3rd generation winery founded by the Welsch family, announced today the addition of state-of-the-art canning equipment to support production of canned wine as they launch their first ever canned wine product - "Vino Blanco." Fenn Valley Vineyards has been producing world-class wines from grapes grown along the shore of Lake Michigan for nearly five decades.


Released by RewardExpert, the new ranking saw over two million wine reviews and ratings from the CellarTracker app being analysed to determine the best locations across the country, both in terms of quality of quantity, with some of the results proving to be surprising. By matching the reviews of bottles to specific registered wineries, the study was able to produce a ranking of the best wine producing areas of the United States down to three-digit zip code levels.


The recipients are eligible for the Ohio Quality Wine designation, which was created in 2007 by the Ohio Grape Industries Committee and is assigned to wines made from at least 90 percent Ohio-grown grapes.The recipients are eligible for the Ohio Quality Wine designation, which was created in 2007 by the Ohio Grape Industries Committee and is assigned to wines made from at least 90 percent Ohio-grown grapes.


Bright Cellars has more than 22,000 members and has grown revenue tenfold since 2015. The company has more than 40 employees. Members pay $60 a month for four bottles of wine, chosen specifically for them based on responses to a quiz. After trying each wine, members rate the bottles, which further fine-tunes the future selections the algorithm makes. Some of the wines included in Bright Cellars subscriptions are custom-made, tailored to preferences existing members express.


Indiana residents are now able to beat the summer heat by purchasing a beer on Sundays, for the first time since 1816.


The wedding and event venue is scheduled to open this spring, and the winery is scheduled to open in the fall of 2019, according to the Seven Mile Winery web site. It is owned by the Mortenson family. This news outlet has reached out to the family to obtain more information about the wedding venue and winery


People who stop in at Ravenna's new West Main Street Winery after it opens May 18 will not recognize its predecessor, the Buckeye Bar, so complete is the makeover of this 150-year-old building that originally hosted a general store in 1875.


Tuscola County is the only county in Michigan with a countywide ban on Sunday liquor retail sales. Patrons can enjoy liquor and mixed drinks at a bar or restaurant on Sundays, but can't purchase and take home a bottle. Beer and wine sales are allowed after noon.

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