The Cork Report Headlines – September 22, 2017 Wine News from Across North America

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Check out this week’s most interesting North American wine news, curated by the editors of The Cork Report:

Door County Pulse – 9/22/2017 – Where previous applicants failed a well known Wisconsin winery takes ambitious project to Town Board.

Great Northwest Wine – 9/20/2017 – Idaho Riesling shows its brilliance with top award at Gem State wine competition.

C-Ville – 9/20/2017 – Bumper Pinot Gris harvest in Virginia leads to successful skin-contact fermentation experiment.

Star Tribune – 9/20/2017 – Wines from less traditional areas like Minnesota face special challenges reaching “localvore” restaurant lists.

Wines & Vines – 9/20/2017 – New York wineries referendum on market order to self-fund research fails to meet passage criteria.

Forbes – 9/18/2017 – Texas wine harvest was generally unscathed by Hurricane Harvey.

WTOP – 9/14/2017 – More women are reaching the top wire of the Virginia wine industry.

The Daily Meal – 9/14/2017 – Finger Lakes Wine Alliance takes Riesling on the road for a series of events around New York State.

Chicago Tribune – 9/13/2017 – Windy City told to take notice of three New York regions that deserve their attention.

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