The Cork Report Headlines – October 5, 2016

vtBurlington Free Press – 10/5/2016 – While drought has caused significant crop impacts around New York and New England, Vermont vineyards are harvesting quality and bounty.

paTribLIVE – 10/1/2016 – Pennsylvania, a state not necessarily known for progressive alcohol regulation or support of local producers, makes big move to allow winery direct shipment to consumers…from anywhere.

nyWCAX – 9/29/2016 – North Country producer Dan Vesco interviewed about the recent AVA designation for the Champlain Valley of New York.

mnWineBusiness – 9/28/2016 – University of Minnesota hires seasoned tradesperson and wine maker in post as new enology specialist, for help with cold-hardy varieties. – 9/28/2016 – New Jersey grown wines have been a thing since before George Washington was sleeping there.

nyLancaster Farming – 9/24/2016 – PA farming publication shows continued interest in the next incarnation of Cornell’s Cold Climate vine trail site in Willsboro, NY.

meWCSH6 – 9/13/2016 – 20+ Maine producers participated in Open Winery Day sharing their grape wines, fruit wines, beer, cider and mead. If you missed it Wine in the City will be held in Portland, ME on October 15th.

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