Now that we’ve expanded our coverage beyond New York, there is an insane amount of news to sift through and cover each week. As such, we’ve moved our news roundups to Wednesdays and will likely fine tune how we present them over time.
In the meantime, enjoy some of the most interesting things happening in regional wine today.
Forbes – 9/19/2016: Major outlet gets wind of the new Cork Report and tries to scoop the story, that domestic wine is happening in places outside of California. 😉
Houstonia – 9/19/2016: Jeremy Parzen reports on changes in grape vine selection as Texas copes with a changing climate.
WWMT – 9/16/2016: State grant of $1M plants seed money so Michigan students can grow careers in local wine production.
Spotlight News – 9/14/2016: New legislation makes it easier for Empire State beverage producers to sell other local product categories in their tasting rooms.
Market Wired – 9/12/2016: Beverage innovation in the Finger Lakes, as cider and wine producers cross the streams to make a product that will be called “Make America Grape Again”.
Ashburn Patch – 9/12/2016: Virginia sets a new record with steady increase in wine and cider sales, while accruing positive economic impacts and increased media attention.
Carrol County Times – 9/10/2016: This year’s Maryland Wine Festival carves out a special space for the state’s growing cider sector.
Napa Valley Register – 9/6/2016: Dan Berger looks back on 2016 wine competitions to see that New York and Michigan stood out due to impressive quality increases.