The Cork Report Headlines – September 8, 2017

This week’s North American wine news takes us from Vermont to Colorado to Virginia to Kansans and back home (for The Cork Report) to New York.

Wine Enthusiast – 9/7/2017 – Pioneering Vermont vintner nominated to shortlist for wine maker of the year.

Mercury News – 9/7/2017 – Winery density in Virginia’s Shenadoah Valley offers a rich and rewarding ride for visitors.

Westword – 9/1/2017 – Colorado wine promoter recognized with industry Tastemaker award.

Cornell Chronicle – 8/31/2017 – VitisGen2 grape breeding research project gets $6.5M boost from USDA specialty crop grant.

KCUR – 8/26/2017 – Double wine master Doug Frost points to impressive work being done in Kansas vineyards.

Wines & Vines – 8/25/2017 – New York wineries voting referendum on assessment to permanently fund state wine industry research and extension projects.



Comments (1):

  1. John

    September 12, 2017 at 3:30 pm

    Mercury News Virginia’s Shenadoah Valley; That valey is in Amador county California, not Virginia


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