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06/30/17

A bipartisan bill is making its way through the state Senate that would extend operating hours for wineries from 9 p.m. to midnight. Supporters say the current limitation, which dates back to 1989, according to the Legislative Reference Bureau, is curbing small business growth statewide.

06/29/17

The algorithm "learns" what you like in much the same way that your music preferences become known with Pandora Radio or your viewing likes are revealed on Netflix.

06/28/17

Bloom is over and grapes are sizing rapidly, with light fungal disease pressure. Grape berry moth egglaying to begin over the weekend

06/28/17

North Avenue Capital (NAC), a specialized commercial lender, announced today the closing of a $1.6 million loan to fund the acquisition of the Hidden Lake Winery and Banquet Center located in historic Aviston, Illinois.

06/27/17

"the Gorazd family now focuses their attention to reinvigorating and cultivating the heritage of Hidden Lake Winery"

06/27/17

Ohio winery's distillery destroyed in explosion

06/23/17

After much delay, government hula-hoops and a ton of hard work, cork popping will now be heard from (131) East Market Street's Ohio Valley Winery in Cadiz. And owners, Chuck and Jamie Miller couldn't be happier as it was a total family project

06/23/17

The state completed work this spring on the historic winery, which dates back to the late 19th century

06/22/17

Early detection is especially important with spotted wing drosophila because, to be effective, control should begin when the flies first arrive

06/21/17

Last Wednesday at 9 a.m., bottles of one pale-pink wine started selling out across Chicagoland. Not at auction to collectors, but at Aldi grocery stores. Customers were each limited to one bottle, priced at $8.99 plus tax. The next day at 11:51 a.m., we bought what may have been the last bottle in the city

06/13/17

The Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Association will be evaluating more than 230 commercials made wines as well as 150 home-crafted wines all this week. Organizers say they hope this wine competition will bring more people to the land of Lincoln.

06/13/17

The request for a special use permit so a house recently bought by Dablon Winery & Vineyard can be used as a tourist home was denied Monday by the Baroda Township Planning Commission

06/12/17

It's a nearly $2 million undertaking for owners Daniel and Sarah Pigg, both graduates of Indiana State University, as they prepare their 8,000-square-foot event center, along with a tasting room.

06/08/17

The Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has awarded a grant to the Sip & Savor Driftless Wisconsin Wine and Cheese Trail, an effort to generate agri-tourism that involves several Sauk County producers. The Wine and Cheese Trail was among eight recipients culled from a field of 33 applicants.

06/06/17

Pamela Ledyard said her dream for Ohio involves developing a dynamic wine-making community, even if it means that her own business has more competitors. For this generosity, Ledyard received the 2017 Grape Grower of the Year award from the Ohio Grape Industries Committee.

06/05/17

An unexpected turn of events has forced the Ripplemeier's too close this chapter in their lives. Alan battled cancer, and his wife, Sharon, is also in need of rest from health problems.

06/05/17

Moersch's southwest Michigan family business Entente Spirits, which operates Round Barn Winery, Free Run Cellars and Round Barn Public House, acquired Tabor Hill Winery, Michigan's fourth largest winery, on May 23.

06/05/17

The owner of a Summit County winery tells Fox 8 that last week's explosion and fire will not break his business, in fact, there are big plans for The Winery at Wolf Creek

06/05/17

Stoney Ridge Winery opened in 2002. Fifteen years later, Julie Ledyard has been recognized for the success of her own grape growing and her service to other vineyard owners in the Ohio area

06/02/17

Under current law, wineries selling alcohol on the premises have to close by 9 p.m. But a bill circulating for co-sponsorship would extend the closing time to midnight. The co-sponsorship memo said the change would allow the businesses to "hold evening events such as wedding receptions."

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