Category: Indiana

Would You Like A State Funded Wine Organization? 0

Would You Like A State Funded Wine Organization?

The state funded wine organizations, like those in Missouri, Indiana and Michigan, can be a tremendous boost to their local wine industries because of the marketing help and education they can provide to winemakers....

Wine Writer Likes Indiana Hybrids 0

Wine Writer Likes Indiana Hybrids

Howard Hewitt, an Indiana based wine writer whose “Grape Sense” column appears in 23 newspapers in Indiana, Illinois and Michigan, recently wrote winery reviews of Carpenter Creek and Hopwood Cellars, which are in Central...

Cold “Wreaking Havoc” on Regional Wine Industry 3

Cold “Wreaking Havoc” on Regional Wine Industry

The O’Keefes of Northern Michigan -Edward and son Eddie- have been farming grapes on the Old Mission Peninsula since 1974.  So when the O’Keefes express concern about the cold damage of the past two...

New Shipping Bill Proposed in Indiana 0

New Shipping Bill Proposed in Indiana

Yes, the calendar reads 2015.  And yes, this year in the State of Indiana, economic juggernaut of the Midwest, a winery can only ship wine to a customer if there has been a face...

Travel Behaviors of Midwest Wine Tourists 0

Travel Behaviors of Midwest Wine Tourists

The Northern Grapes Project (NGP) continues to advance our industry’s knowledge of the habits of Midwest wine tourists. The latest issue of Northern Grapes News, features the research of Michigan State University’s Dan McCole,...