Check out this week’s North American wine news worth knowing — curated by the team at The Cork Report.
Star-Beacon – 7/29/2018 – Ohio wineries provide critical economic development in rural areas.
The Times – 7/26/2018 – Georgia wine country welcomes it’s newest AVA on the Dahlonega Plateau.
Compli-Beverage – 7/26/2018 – Virginia raises state licensing fees and makes changes to taxation on cider.
Twin Cities Business – 7/25/2018 – Legal proceedings continue for Minnesota farm winery producer, determined to use unlimited out-of-state fruit.
Forbes – 7/23/2018 – The Champlain Valley of Vermont keeps attracting attention as a quality frontier wine region.
Food in Canada – 7/23/2018 – Wine producers disappointed by Premiers’ lack of progress on inter-provincial shipments.
NJ Spotlight – 7/17/2018 – Garden State wineries say that roadside signage requirements and restrictions are making it hard for new customers to find them.
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