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Across the country, more than 2,900 restaurants from every state and more than 72 countries were recognized.


Tanglewood Winery will celebrate the grand opening of its new tasting room in Holland with the release of its Sweet Summer Sangria.


Each 8.4oz can of Wynk is made with 2.5mg of both THC and CBD per can.


The engaging Susie Selby will guide the five-course dinner, which is 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 29.


Claire Smith, formally of Jordan Vineyard & Winery, joins as Director of Marketing and Guest Services.


A slow-moving tractor carrying a generator with 300 gallons of boiling water disperse steam through hoods. "It's quite a costly experiment. But it's looking ahead looking into the future."


About 2,500 tickets of 9,000 have been sold, said Winchell, who added she is confident the event will sell out. It was cancelled last year because of the coronavirus pandemic.


The new law becomes effective on Sept. 28, 2021.


Chicago-based Nature's Fynd has meatless breakfast patties and hamburgers, dairy-free cream cheese and yogurt, and chicken-less nuggets scheduled to hit grocers' shelves later this year.


effective on Sept. 28


From lush vineyards to intimate tasting rooms with endless wine variations, here's how to make the most out of Cleveland's wine country.


It allows RNDC to expand into Illinois.


Early leaf removal involves using jets of compressed air to blow some leaves off the vines early in the season. Most growers, Stassen said, do the same thing late in the season - before draping the plants in nets to keep birds out - to give more light to the fruit and accelerate ripening.


Jim Spradlin, GROWMARK's CEO since September 2014, announced to the GROWMARK Board of Directors today his intent to retire effective February 28, 2022.


(The following is a response by Peninsula Township Supervisor Rob Manigold to Lou Santucci's opinion piece regarding the ongoing winery lawsuit; read Lou's opinion piece hereā€¦ -jb)


"Judgement of Michigan" comes to Lake Michigan College in Benton Harbor on Aug. 3. It's the first time the nonprofit Michigan Wine Collaborative has hosted a statewide event that aims to combine a competitive event with "a media experience," according to its introductory press kit.


"We will continue to support organizations like the It Gets Better Project that promote inclusivity and celebrate individuality. We raise our glasses to identity, and celebrate all who are embracing their journey."


In partnership with Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits, the Terlato Legacy Program established a challenge with Terlato Vineyards Pinot Grigio. The winning team, Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits of Illinois chose the Illinois Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (IRAEF) Restaurant Employee Relief Fund as its charity recipient.


Bloomington's Oliver Winery has a great selection of wines that are perfect for the summer season and Memorial Day weekend. We talk to Casey Thompson, digital marketing manager for Oliver Winery.


In case you missed it two weeks ago: Michigan is suing three wineries, including one in the Napa Valley, plus a wine retailer alleging they shipped wine into Michigan without obtaining the proper licenses. This article adds a no comment from Castello di Amorosa vice president public relations and marketing Jim Sullivan and notes that companies like DH Wine Compliance in Santa Rosa are set up to help wineries maneuver through shipping regulations.

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