North American Wine News – May 7, 2018 The Cork Report Headlines

Check out this week’s North American news headlines — with interesting news from across North Ameican wine country.

Newsday – 5/6/2018 – Long Islanders told to be on the lookout for vineyard danger invasive spotted lantern fly.

The Suffolk Times – 5/4/2018 – Winery tasting rooms are permitted uses in Greenport Village but Sparkling Pointe continues to meet resistance in the process.

WHIOTV7 – 5/3/2017Southern Ohio gets a dedicated local wine festival after years of fair attention focused on the North.

Union Leader – 5/3/2018 – After adjustments to development plan New Hampshire winery steams ahead towards distillery expansion.

National Public Radio – 5/3/2018 – Forgotten grapes of Thomas Munson once saved the wine world and they growing once again in Missouri.

My Statesman – 5/2/2018 – Long known for its Yellow Rose, Texas now singing the pink praise of local rosé.

Star Gazette – 4/30/2018 – Finger Lakes look forward to promise of economic development driven by new ultra-premium beverage making facility.

The Morning Journal – 4/25/2018Youngest vineyard owners in Ohio partner with large local family business and both are thinking big.


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