Published: Sept. 21, 2017

Author: Mikhail_Lipyanskiy

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Finger Lakes New York Riesling

The Confession of a Former Finger Lakes Doubter

Yes… I confess. As much as I love Riesling, it was always German Riesling I used to reach for. Or almost always — one cannot deny the sheer power of Austrian wines, or the lithe, stony structure of Rieslings from the Alsace. But New York State ? The Finger Lakes? I seriously doubted the quality of Riesling that can be made in such a climate. See full article at The Cork Report

Published: June 21, 2017

Author: Kat Collins

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Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania wine

Is The Lehigh Valley Poised to Become The New Finger Lakes?

When one thinks of American wine, it is often our thoughts find us in sunny California, Oregon, and Washington while some of the more outside-the-box drinkers may branch out to include the Finger Lakes, Virginia, and Long Island. America’s wine scene is full of infinite possibilities as well as surprises. Not only does every state now make wine – many are forming considerable industries. Pennsylvania is one such state with a budding wine industry which currently can boast five AVA’s (American Viticultural Areas). Over 20% of wine production in Pennsylvania comes from the Lehigh Valley. See full article at Lehigh Valley Wine Life

Published: April 30, 2017

Author: Carlo_De_Vito

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McCall New York North Fork

A Tasting at McCall Vineyard - Incredible!!!

McCall Vineyards have been growing and selling Pinot Noir and Merlot on Long Island's North Fork since the mid 1990s in the hamlet of Cutchogue, where the McCall family have their home. See full article at East Coast Wineries

Published: March 31, 2017

Author: Matt_Kettman

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Dogpatch San Francisco urban wine

Fine Wines Bloom Amidst Big City Grit in San Francisco

Amidst the industrial backdrop of San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood, an urban winemaking scene has taken root, and is looking to change California wine. See full article at Wine Enthusiast

Published: March 16, 2017

Author: Stacy_Briscoe

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California Clarksburg wine

Clarksburg AVA the little wine-growing region that could

Established as an American Viticultural Area in 1985, Clarksburg is marked by its location along the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, which pulls in ocean breezes and creates a cool maritime climate. Fertile, low-draining soils allow the little wine region to produce 45,000 tons of grapes each year. Here the “heritage grapes” are the crisp Chenin Blanc and the bold, chewy Petite Sirah — varieties that produce excellent stand-alone wines, but also excel as blending varietals. See full article at San Francisco Chronicle


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