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08/02/16

"It's really about making sure we're able to cover the laws that are in place and making sure everyone's following the rules properly," said Danny Wirtz, vice chair of Breakthru Beverage Group, the alcohol distributor company formed in January when Wirtz Beverage Group merged with New York-based Charmer Sunbelt

07/20/16

Researchers say warming is only partly responsible for increase in Brix

07/20/16

USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) today announced the availability of $8.4 million in available funding to study and develop new approaches for the agriculture sector to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change. The funding is available through NIFA's Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI), which is authorized by the 2014 Farm Bill.

07/20/16

TTB is issuing this regulation in response to a petition submitted by the Straits Area Grape Growers Association

07/19/16

Blackstar Farms will soon be getting a special piece of equipment that will help them and other wine makers to produce better quality red wine

07/14/16

CEO of Oliver Winery, Indiana's oldest and largest, sees continued improvement, sales growth for state's wine industry.

07/12/16

Drought conditions have hit states in New England and the Midwest as regions typically accustomed to precipitation have been lacking. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, 74% of topsoil in Massachusetts, 66% of Michigan topsoil, and 51% of New York topsoil was rated as having short or very short moisture levels.

07/08/16

The winery was of the first in west Michigan to begin branching out from the sweet concord grape wines that were mainly produced regionally then, into all the varieties that are available today

07/05/16

We sip an appropriate pair of wines this week from Matchbook Wine Co. in conjunction with Wine Trends

07/01/16

Stolen cell phones were found on the ground near Bushnell Campbell Road

07/01/16

A recent invitation to talk about how Napa Valley established its strong brand at a Midwestern wine marketing conference, License to Steal, also provided me a chance to visit a slice of wine country far removed from Napa - in many ways.

06/29/16

This is one step before being categorized as being in a moderate drought. June has been a dry month for the state, according to MLive Chief Meteorologist Mark Torregrossa who says parts of the state have received less than one inch of rain in the past month, and the average rainfall is around 3 inches.

06/28/16

Even though distilleries will be able to sell alcohol on Sundays, the Sunday sales law prohibiting stores from selling alcohol remains in effect

06/27/16

Destiny Burns spent 13 years as a business development executive for large defense companies in Washington, D.C. Then the retired military servicewoman reached an inflection point in her career a few years ago and decided to do something different

06/24/16

Southeast Michigan is close to putting Michigan's wine industry in the spotlight

06/23/16

While the bulk of the top wine restaurants reside on the West Coast, Ohio did have an entry among the best in the United States

06/22/16

That includes many vineyards who are already seeing blossoms on some of their grape vines

06/16/16

Vino Mobile Bar, nicknamed "Vinny," is the brainchild of Carmel resident Jenn Kampmeier, 42, who has started a dozen businesses since she was 7 years old. Her latest endeavor is bringing wine to concerts, parties, weddings and other events.

06/15/16

We are currently nearing the end of bloom in Concord, Niagara and some hybrid grapes. Some vinifera varieties are in full bloom (e.g. Riesling, Chardonnay), whereas others will begin shortly (e.g. Cabernet Franc).

06/14/16

Seven Ponds Winery will soon replace the name, complete with the addition of new Wisconsin wine varietals

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