NJ.com Art Namendorf/Artful Diner Alba Vineyard, Village of Finesville, Milford, New Jersey, continues to put the Garden State on the national and international wine map by scoring double gold, gold & silver medals at three of the longest running, prestigious wine competitions.
Free Wine Testing Alba Vineyard , Village of Finesville, Milford, New Jersey, continues to put the Garden State on the national and international wine map by scoring double gold, gold & silver medals at three of the longest running, prestigious wine competitions.
Wine Business In India At the 201 New Jersey Wine Competition held at the Rutgers Cooperative Extension in Cream Ridge, NJ, six five-judge panels sampled over 300 wines submitted by 28 wineries. Alba Vineyard won medals for all 17 wines it entered – the most medals of all the wineries in the competition – including the award of two out of the three Governor’s Cups. Alba’s 2010 Gewürztraminer was awarded the prestigious Governor’s Cup as the best wine in New Jersey, as well as the best estate vinifera; and its apple dessert wine earned the Governor’s Cup as the best fruit wine in the Garden State.
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That's the prospect in store for Sunday at Sakonnet Vineyards in Little Compton, R.I. The occasion is the Coastal Wine Trail Festival, featuring its nine member wineries. Representing SouthCoast are Coastal Vineyards, Travessia Urban Winery, Running Brook and Westport Rivers Vineyard & Winery.
Wine Testing Tour India While there, it would be fitting to raise a glass and toast the Russell family, which this year is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Westport Rivers winery. I caught up with winemaker Bill Russell by telephone Friday, and chatted with him about the wine trail, the spring season, and his winery's plans to celebrate.
Free Wine Testing Though most of us moaned about the cool, wet weather in May, Russell said "it is kind of normal in a way." He said established plants, like their 80 acres of grape vines, react differently than the transplants we place in our gardens.
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David Skinner is owner of Clear Creek Winery, formerly D?Vine Wine, in Kemah, which is poised to become the state?s fifth largest winery after its grand reopening in July.
White Wine In India Published June 21, 2011 KEMAH ? David Skinner passed through the cramped kitchen where he used to make wine in small batches.
Wine Testing Tour Amid construction racket, Skinner ascended a newly cemented stairwell to a room with towering metal distillers and a bottling line.
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This photo may appear to be a lunar landing in a vineyard of another galaxy, but in reality this shot was taken at Newsom Vineyards in Yoakum Co., Texas. That’s in the high plains as in 3,600 feet above sea level. It may not look like the luscious Napa Valley, but this region of Texas produces most of the bed red wines in Texas. I’m sure some Hill Country grape growers will take issue with that statement, but many of them use Texas High Plains AVA (American Viticultural Area) fruit in their wine. Recently, I was a guest on a press tour led by the Texas Department of Agriculture’s GO TEXAN program. We got a behind-the-scene look at of some of the best vineyards in the High Plains.
White Wine India Let’s look at the reasons why grapes do well in this region and some of the major risks involved.
White Wine In India Texas Agrilife Extension is conducting research on how to delay bud break as the effect on the state’s wine industry (and ultimately the prices that consumers pay) would be considerable. Another other climatic risk is hail which, due to higher winds, sweeps through these vineyards almost sideways. The Agrilife Extension is developing physical barriers to mitigate the effects of this. The tough part is protecting the vines and not interfering with the rest of the farming process (e.g. harvesting).
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