North American Wine News – April 16, 2018 The Cork Report Headlines

It’s still snowing in the Finger Lakes (the above picture is from Red Tail Ridge winemaker Nancy Irelan’s Facebook post earlier today) but there’s still a lot happening across North American wine country. Check out the news worth knowing!

Star Press – 4/11/2018 – Indiana vineyard on a six acre property faces local zoning hurdle as NIMBY positions oppose creation of small winery on premises.

Food & Wine – 4/11/2018 – Heads-up that the deep soils of Idaho’s Snake River Valley AVA are producing wines that are well worth a visit.

North Forker – 4/10/2018 – Long Island wine makers talk about personal favorite, perfect food pairings at local restaurants.

Star Tribune – 4/10/2018 – Two “farm wineries” fail to make their case in U.S. Court, against Minnesota law requiring that at least 51% of their fruit must be sourced within the state.

Penn Live – 4/6/2018 – Michigan wine industry continues to expand in quantity and rise in quality.

C-Ville – 3/28/2018 – Barboursville winemaker Gabriele Rausse grows more than just grapes, and shares his heart in the garden.

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