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The new Michigan law and lawsuit raise startlingly similar dormant Commerce Clause and Twenty-First Amendment questions that many assume were settled by the U.S. Supreme Court in Granholm


Illinois is home to more than 100 wineries. From as far north as the Wisconsin border to as far south as Golconda


Indiana lawmakers are considering doing away with a requirement that small wineries put up barriers to keep minors away from areas where alcohol is served


Indiana lawmakers are considering doing away with a requirement that small wineries put up barriers to keep minors away from areas where alcohol is served


Karma Vista Winery is utilising Great Lakes Drone Company to provide aerial data management and consultation for the 2017 growing season


Mari Vineyards gets up to 25 more growing degree-days for grapes grown under tunnel structures


A quaint pale blue cottage situated cozily among rolling hills of Greene County is now home to Indiana's 89th winery, the Huckleberry Hill Winery


The winery opened for business in the spring of 2016, and when Good Fruit Grower visited this past August, the Mari Vineyards team was busy with final preparations below ground to receive its first harvest in the fall


Michael Mina, the Michelin-starred chef from San Francisco, will open his first Chicago restaurants this spring.


A bill that allows for alcoholic sundaes, parfaits and maybe even ice cream cake is on its way to the Ohio legislature.


The Ohio Grape Industries Program, a state office within the Department of Agriculture, recently released the results of a Consumer Perception study conducted by a hugely respected Cincinnati agency.


Blue Sky Vineyard, which is home to just under 13 acres of vineyard uses mostly Illinois wine-grapes for their premium, award-winning wines


The development includes a 136-room Hyatt Place hotel scheduled to open in May, Sugar River Pizza Co., two salons, a daycare facility and soon, the Verona Woods Restaurant


A recently filed lawsuit against the state of Michigan claims the state violated the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution when it passed a law that discriminates against out-of-state wine retailers by banning them from shipping wine to consumers in the state. What's most unique about this lawsuit is that it is identical to a lawsuit that Michigan lost in 2008.


Three wine-loving Michiganders and an Indiana wine retailer filed a federal lawsuit Friday against Michigan officials, challenging a law that prohibits out-of-state retailers from sending wine to Wolverine State consumers


Through research and teaching, the team has helped more than 70 wineries produce more than a million gallons of wine annually, creating a $100 million statewide economic impact


The results of this research was recently published in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology.


In an attempt to save their very lucrative industry from extinction, French researchers followed two paths: grafting onto disease resistant root stock - and cross breeding with American grapes which were largely immune to the phylloxera attack.


A bill aimed at generating funds for a new county fairgrounds won't go to the Statehouse as planned - but only because a local lawmaker hopes he can build on a similar proposal by another legislator


Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation to let Michigan stores ship wine directly to in-state customers using common carriers such as FedEx or UPS but ban out-of-state retailers from sending beer and wine to Michigan customers. Beer and wine wholesalers say the law enacted Monday will crack down on illegal wine shipments from online wine retailers and "wine clubs," and customers can still get wines directly shipped from wineries. But wine sellers say the "poorly written" bill should have been vetoed because it is unconstitutional and will be challenged in court.

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