Posts Tagged“Adirondacks”

Weekly New York Wine News — May 2, 2016

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Bud break at Sparkling Pointe  NEWS Finger Lakes Times – 4/26/2016 Local wine production plays a part in growing career opportunities in agriculture. Chronicle-Express – 4/27/2016 Major rodeo in Alberta, Canada selects a Fox Run Vineyards unoaked chardonnay as it’s official white wine. Opelika-Auburn News – 4/28/2016 Word is spreading wide about New York wine, as evidenced by this discovery in a local Alabama publication. Urban Phoenix – 4/28/2o16 Visiting photographer assembles a compelling pictorial profile of Geneva, New York’s unique cultural and community assets. Burlington Free Press – 4/29/2016 Savvy beer connoisseurs in Vermont are looking across the lake…

Weekly New York Wine News — April 4, 2016

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Co-owner and winemaker Paul Brock pruning vines in the estate vineyard at Silver Thread Vineyard. NEWS Edible East End – 3/22/2016 Long Island vintners line up their 2013 reds for market, and believe that the vintage will be  a long-lived one. Albany Times Union – 3/28/2016 Capoccia Vineyards & Winery of Niskayuna, opens a wine lounge in downtown Schenectady to showcase its products as well as ciders from around New York state. North Forker – 3/29/2016 NYCR Executive Editor Lenn Thompson pens a piece for the Long Island Wine Press in which he takes another look at Long Island Chardonnay.…

Weekly New York Wine News — June 8, 2015

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Photo via Fox Run Vineyards This week’s New York wine news features MLB “in your reserve” list, praise for the Finger Lakes and Long Island scenes, and cold-climate viticulture gaining ground. NEWS Syracuse.com – 6/2/2015 Anthony Road Riesling is on the wine roster for the New York Yankees. Dan’s Papers – 6/3/2015 Q&A with Anthony Nappa about living food & wine on the east end of Long Island. Cleveland.com – 6/3/2015 Seneca Lake gets some love from Ohio visitors after a wine and cheese weekend well spent. Saratogian – 6/8/2015 This AP article about cold climate grapes and Ledge Rock Vineyards in the Adirondacks,…

AVA in the ADK?

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Conveying a sense of place has become a real priority for fine wine, no matter where in the world it is grown. Wine has the responsibility of not only needing to taste and smell good, but for afficianados and for marketing purposes it is expected to also serve as a reliable ambassador for its region of origin. It’s supposed to mean something when you see a unique place name on a bottle’s label, and before long it just might mean that it is coming from New York’s North Country. Producers way upstate have worked together and an AVA application has…