North American Wine News – October 6, 2017 The Cork Report Headlines

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Each and every week (well, almost) we through all of the goings on in the North American wine (and cider) world to bring you just the most interesting and important.

CBS Local 2 – 10/5/2017 – Long Island North Fork winery has license suspended for reported and repeated violations.

Northern Virginia Magazine – 10/3/2017 – Tap program brings Virginia wine from the vine field to main street.

American Statesman – 10/3/2017 – “Best ever” praise for a fine vintage in Texas Hill Country and High Plains.

Spartan Echo – 10/3/2017 – Virginia Governor touts state’s accomplishments during annual State Wine Month announcement.

Philly.com – 10/2/2017 – Winery demand continues to outpace fruit supply in rapidly expanding New Jersey industry.

IndieGoGo – 10/2/2017 – Longtime amateur mead-makers aim to start new buzz in New Hamshire.

Augusta Free Press – 9/29/2017 – Chrysalis Vineyards announces nearly half-million dollar investment and expansion.

WineAmerica – 9/27/2017 – First of it’s kind, detailed study projects U.S. wine industry impact at nearly $220 Billion.

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