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Wine Competitions—Worth It?

Winemakers weigh the pros, cons, and relevancy of wine competitions in the modern market.  —Robin Shreeves A tasting room lined with award-winning bottles, glittering with bronze,...

COVID-19 Restrictions Pushes East Coast Wineries Toward Reservation-Only Business Model

With tasting rooms and most wholesale accounts closed, wineries up and down the East Coast limped along early the COVID-19 pandemic, surviving on some combination of wine clubs, online sales, and curbside pickup through the slower spring months...

Unionville Vineyards Donating Revenues to Support Healthcare Workers

Ringoes, New Jersey - Hunterdon County’s Unionville Vineyards is donating all profits from sales of Dry Riesling in the months of April and May...

Afternoon Brief, January 6

Deadline to Submit Comments on US Trade Tariffs Approaches: The deadline to submit comments on the US government proposal to implement tariffs of up to 100% on European wine and whisk(e)y is set for the 13 January 2020...

Afternoon Brief, January 2

Wine is under attack. The biggest threat to the wine business today is an increase in tariffs on imported wines ...

Unionville Vineyards Pinot Noir Is New Jersey’s First 90 Point Red...

December 20th, 2020 - Ringoes, New Jersey - Hunterdon County’s Unionville Vineyards has earned the first 90 point score for a red wine from...

Grape Shortage Exacerbated as Growing Demand Collides with Bad Weather and...

Kevin Atticks, the longtime executive director of the Maryland Wineries Association, has seen a rapid growth of wineries in his state and others around it the last 10 years. It’s a business model that continues to outpace vineyards, which cover 800 acres across Maryland with another 100 new acres not yet producing.

New Jersey Winemaker Cooperation Results in Measurable Wine Quality Advances

Back in 2015, four New Jersey wineries decided to pool their resources and create a consortium that would push them toward improving their wines and increasing their national recognition.

New Jersey Winery Receives 90 Point Rating From Robert Parker’s Wine...

William Heritage Winery (Formerly known as Heritage Vineyards) located in Mullica Hill, New Jersey has  just received a 90 point rating from Robert Parker’s...

New Jersey Wine In Pursuit of Excellence

Numbers reflect the improvements – with New Jersey having now increased to 50 wineries and more than 1,000 acres of wine – as do the recent awards – Sharrott’s port-style red called Wicked, made from Chambourcin grapes, won the state’s Governor’s Cup and a double gold in the San Francisco Wine Competition this year. That’s just one example.

Preconceptions Still a Problem for East Coast Wines

The quality of wine produced in the Eastern U.S. continues its upward trajectory, but wineries still struggle with consumer perception and their doubts about the quality.

Afternoon Brief, April 24

Pernod Ricard to buy California winery Kenwood: Jacob's Creek owner Pernod Ricard has signed a deal to acquire Kenwood Vineyards in California as it looks to premium wine to help it achieve 'critical mass' in the US...
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