North American Wine News – May 6, 2019

Bud break at Jamesport Vineyards (Credit: Jamesport Vineyards Instagram)

The Cork Report Headlines

Spotted Lanternfly Watch
_____________________________________________________________________________ – 4/8/2019 – Pennsylvania State University study illuminates travel habits of emerging pest.

WXYZ – 4/18/2019Michigan spreads the warning about spread of Spotted Lanternfly to growing region.

Cornell Chronicle – 4/29/2019 – Insect threat lacks natural predators, but may be susceptible to native controls.

WILX10 – 5/2/2019 – As Michigan wine industry continues to mature, mobile bottling lines begin to roll in.

Chronogram – 5/1/2019 – The Hudson Valley continues to break out as wine making tradition merges with innovation in upstate New York.

Moscow Villager – 4/27/2019 – Lackawanna County welcomes Pennsylvania’s newest wine trail.

13KRCG – 4/26/2019Missouri winery faces double whammy when unapproved glass bottle style, confiscated by authorities, subsequently explodes in regulators office.

Sioux City Journal – 4/20/2019 – American Palate series releases a new history of Iowa wine.

Forbes – 4/17/2019 – Three days in Virginia convince travel writer that the state is for wine lovers.

Herald Palladium – 4/17/2019 – Lake Michigan College construction on wine industry training facility well underway with plans for fall opening.

IdeaStream – 4/15/2019 – Kent State Ashtabula offers Ohio’s only degree in wine making.

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