Check out this week’s curated list of North American wine news and notes. There is a lot that happens across the myriad regions — but we pare it down to the best and most interesting.
Cornell Chronicle – 4/6/2017 – Grape School day delivers a full agenda to growers and winemakers from eastern New York and Vermont.
Elkin Tribune – 4/5/2017 – Wine Quality Alliance labeling program in North Carolina alters perceptions for both consumers and producers.
Union Leader – 4/2/2017 – While awaiting expansion plans, New Hampshire winery labels its first wine made from ‘estate’ grown grapes.
Syracuse.com – 3/31/2017 – Finger Lakes producers are pushing the pink wine with annual campaign touting region’s dry rosé.
Grape Collective – 3/31/2017 – Kareem Massoud talks history, soil and style on the east end of Long Island.
Huffington Post – 3/30/2017 – Immigrant labor crucial to Virginia viticulture and agriculture and farmers question a sustainable future.