The Cork Report Headlines – April 14, 2017

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I’m out of town this week — so not much content from me. But, we still have Todd’s lineup of the North American wine news worth knowing. Check it out.

mdBethesda Magazine – 4/13/2017 – Proposed custom crush and grape processing facility receives financial support from Maryland General Assembly.

nyHVino – 4/12/2017 – Australians hold comparative Saperavi tasting and the Finger Lakes are there to represent.

canadamapWines in Niagara – 4/11/2017Ontario’s wine industry presents merit award, adopts sustainable practice standards, and grapevine certification network.

mdnypavanjPenn Live – 4/10/2017 – East Coast wines gathered for informal peer review and to celebrate their best efforts.

mdWine Enthusiast – 4/10/2017 – Dave McIntyre says that Maryland wines are ready for prime time.

idThe Gray Report – 4/10/2017 – Blake Gary shares his steadily growing fascination and appreciation for the evolving wines of Idaho.

NMUniversity of New Mexico – 4/9/2017 – Amelia Ceja to speak to UNM students about her personal and professional journey from migrant child vineyard worker to successful winery owner.

nyWNYPapers – 4/7/2017 – Niagara wines gear up fro annual ‘Taste of the Trail’ event scheduled for Saturdays and Sundays in the second half of April.

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