Larry Piña stood on a hill high above Silverado Trail east ofRutherford and gazed up and down the Napa Valley that has been hishome for six decades.
Shipping Wine To India “My dad put that vineyard in,” he said, gesturing down towardStag’s Leap, “and that one, too. Down there is where my brothersand I grew up and my grandfather planted those redwood trees overthere.” Larry’s vantage point was at the top edge of a hillside vineyardfar above the Piña Napa Valley winery and the adjacent headquartersof Piña Vineyard Management, a business founded in 1960 by hisfather, John Piña Jr. The winery was built by the four Piña brothers — Larry, John,Ranndy and Davie — and their father, who had spent his careerdeveloping and nurturing vineyards up and down the valley.
Cabernet Shiraz Larry scanned the valley northward and pointed out a dozenlandmarks linked to six generations of his family, eightgenerations if you count the grandkids.
A South Australian winemaker who warned a Hunter vineyard about storing ethanol has been flown in overnight to give evidence to a coronial inquest into a fatal explosion in 2008.
Grover Vineyards India The inquest into the Drayton's winery explosion has focussed on a wine vat containing ethanol, which exploded while welding was being carried out.
Shipping Wine To India The blast killed vigneron Trevor Drayton and welder Eddie Orgo, while assistant winemaker William Rikard Bell suffered severe burns.
EUDORA, Kan.— A Eudora vineyard and winery wins an international gold medal at the Finger Lakes Competition for its Vignoles. It's the first international award for the relatively young BlueJacket Crossing Vineyard and Winery.
Wines To India The wine competed against 3,000 other entries from 20 other countries. It's no surprise for local fans.
Grover Vineyards India "It's got the right amount of fruit, the right amount of sugar, but it's not a sugary-sweet wine," says Mary Chapman.
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As America's love affair with wine continues to grow, the number of wineries across the country is multiplying rapidly. Most wine drinkers are familiar with California (2,025 wineries), Washington (451), Oregon (295) and, to a lesser extent, New York (239) as the states producing most of the domestic wines sold nationally. However, wines are now made in all 50 states after a winery opened in 2002 in North Dakota. Formerly the only state without a winery, it now has two.
Wine Prices In India You'd be surprised at the growing number of wineries in other states: Virginia (140), Texas (136), Pennsylvania (115), Missouri (86) and North Carolina (74). Even Florida, which one might think of as too tropical for wine, has 46 wineries.
Wines To India More surprising are Alaska (8), South Dakota (14) and even tiny Rhode Island (7). Sparsely populated Wyoming reportedly has three, although in a Time article by Joel Stein titled the "Fifty States of Wine," he described one as, "I think Dick Cheney got bitter and angry from drinking this wine." A humorous thought, but by no means representative of the evolving quality of wine produced in many states.
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Wine Business In India The repeal of a decades-old law might hurt a local vineyard, allowing revenue to leave both the state and a family-owned business.
Wine Prices In India Hyman Vineyards, a Conway enterprise owned and managed by Greg and Rhonda Hyman, profits from making wine, medicinal and cosmetic items from the muscadine grapes grown in the vineyard.
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