CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. - The sandy soil and temperate climate of the lower Cape May County peninsula, between the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay, are good for more than a great beach experience.
Wine Prices In India Jessie Creek Winery co-owner Art Reale strips the leaves off cabernet grapes in the vineyardin Cape May Court House.
Wines To India CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. - The sandy soil and temperate climate of the lower Cape May County peninsula, between the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay, are good for more than a great beach experience.
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Wineries laud quality of this year's grape cropElmira Star-GazetteYou want to get them before acid gets too low, so you can make great wines.” Lakewood is also looking at a reduced harvest, but one thing wine lovers will notice when they get to taste this year's product is that many varieties will be sweet. “We've ...and more »
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Wine, wine and more wine International wine expert Steven Spurrier will be the featured guest at the first Virginia Wine Summit, which officially kicks off Virginia Wine Month.
Wine Club India International wine expert Steven Spurrier will be the featured guest at the first Virginia Wine Summit, which officially kicks off Virginia Wine Month.
Wine Business In India Schedule: 9:30-10:45 a.m. — Breakfast of Champions blind wine tasting with Steven Spurrier, Bartholomew Broadbent and others; 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. — breakout sessions (Fresh Insights on Tasting Wine; All Things Local; Virginia Viognier Tasting); 12:30 p.m. — lunch with keynote speaker Steven Spurrier; 2:30-3:45 p.m. — breakout sessions (The Art of Blending; Uncommon Food & Wine Pairings; What Will Be Virginia's Red?); 4-5 p.m. — Virginia wine tasting.
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LAWRENCE Kansas winery owners are at odds over a new state law that cuts the percentage of Kansas-grown ingredients that wineries around the state are required to have in their products. </p><p>The new law cuts the amount of Kansas products required in Kansas wine to 30 percent from 60 percent. The measure went into effect in May. </p><p>The new provision applies to a winery's overall products, rather than each bottle. Under the law it would be acceptable, for example, for a winery to make one type of wine using 100 percent Kansas grapes and two other types with no Kansas grapes. </p><p>Supporters of the law say lessening restrictions will promote growth of wineries in the state, regardless of where its ingredients come from. </p><p>But established Kansas vineyards fought the legislation. They say fostering rationality is more important than spurring large numbers of new wineries. </p><p>“We're trying to build an identity for Kansas wines, and it has to be grown here to do that,” said Greg Shipe, owner of Eudora's Davenport Orchard, Vineyard and Winery. About 98 percent of Shipe's grapes come from his vineyard, with the rest purchased from other Kansas growers, he said. </p><p>Shipe said allowing Kansas wineries to bottle wine with non-Kansas grapes also could mislead consumers. </p><p>“A lot of people that come to farm wineries are expecting the wine to be grown here in Kansas,” he said. </p><p>Brooke Balderson, owner of Oz Winery in Wamego, which does not have its own vineyard, said the previous 60 percent requirement was “outdated.” Oz bottles mostly grapes grown within a couple hours driver of Wamego but also buys out-of-state grapes. </p><p>Other Kansas vineyards and wineries say they are either too new or too small to produce enough grapes to bottle their own. </p><p>Bob DesRuisseaux, who owns Prairie Fire Winery in Paxico, said he's been buying grapes from other vineyards until his newly planted vines mature. He says he'd like to bottle 100 percent Kansas grapes but they can be hard to find when the weather takes a toll.
Wines From India LAWRENCE -- Kansas winery owners are at odds over a new state law that cuts the percentage of Kansas-grown ingredients that wineries around the state are required to have in their products.
Wine Club India The new law cuts the amount of Kansas products required in Kansas wine to 30 percent from 60 percent. The measure went into effect in May.
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Modern Chilean wine is now just over 20 years old. Chilean wine spans an entire generation of Canadian wine drinkers and is already working on a second.
The Wine Society Of India The country is slowly transitioning from bargain varietal wine to quality/value wines from recognized appellations; in short, they are wines with a better story to tell. Chile's ultimate development depends upon moving beyond the value-for-money moniker that smothers its wines much the way an early morning Pacific fog blankets its coastal vineyards.
Wines From India The current mantra is to get to the coast or up the mountains. Neither area is cheap to farm and you expect to pay more for such wine but the quality - and more importantly the allure - of Limari Syrah, Bio-Bio Pinot Noir, Marchigue Carmenère, Leyda Sauvignon Blanc, Colchagua Grenache, San Antonio Chardonnay or Elqui Riesling - well, you name the region - is so far removed from the Chilean wines of the 1990s that its transformation can, and should, provide the impetus for a major shift in the psychology of Chilean wine among retailers and consumers.
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