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Why winemaker Jonathan Pey left the Bay for France

Making wine in the Bay Area was becoming too difficult for Jonathan Pey. Climate change was decimating yields from his vineyard. The sale of bottles was more competitive than ever. And the purchase of new land seemed prohibitively expensive. The winemaker therefore decamped to one of the most famous wine regions in France: Beaujolais. It […]

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The wine from the local vineyard named in the “Top-100” of the world list

Wine Spectator placed the McPrice Myers red blend 16th on the prestigious list. – McPrice Myers has announced that its Beautiful Earth Red 2020 has been named one of the “Top 100 Wines” in the world by Wine Spectator magazine. The 2022 International Top 100 list appears in the current issue of the magazine. “Since […]

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California’s Oldest Wineries Still in Operation

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — One of the many things California is known for is its wine culture. There are vineyards planted all over the Golden State, and while visiting them for tastings may be a relatively new hobby in California, the tradition of winemaking dates back practically to the founding of California. Here are the […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Martha’s Vineyard Hospital officials are warning islanders to stay safe and alert ahead of Thanksgiving and the holidays, as the hospital experiences an increase in respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases while Covid-19 and the flu continue to circulate. During a press call on Monday, hospital officials pointed to a recent increase in cases of respiratory […]

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Norm Tasting Notes: 2018 Beaulieu Vineyards Napa Cabernet Sauvignon | News, Sports, Jobs

Norm Bentley, North Georgia Wine Advisor. PHOTO PROVIDED The North Georgia Wine Advisor normwine@bellsouth.net normwine@charter.net 2018 Beaulieu Vineyards Napa Cabernet Sauvignon #46-2022 We recently dined with some old friends, who not only cooked a great steak dinner, but also opened a very good Napa Cab to go with the tenderloins. My […]

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Adaptation has a gold lining for Motueka grape growers and grape growers

Neil Hodgson is a food and wine writer based in Nelson COLUMN: Every business must continually adapt to change, from consumer tastes to economic conditions, the world is an ever-changing place and often brings up all sorts of unforeseen challenges. We all learned this lesson when the world was hit by a pandemic followed by […]

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Former Owner, Pa. Winery Partners Again for New Venture in Southern New Jersey

Tim Jobe says he has found his comfort zone. Richard Caplan says he has found a company that will “challenge” him intellectually. The two men who ran Twin Brook Winery in eastern Lancaster County for years are back together and have just completed their second harvest. The two see a lot of potential, taking over […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Edgartown Mary Mattson Kenworthy, Michael T. Hresko and Ellen M. Gravallese bought 12 Norton street in Edgartown from Mary Patricia Rohman for $3,900,005 on October 24. AOA Destinations LLC purchased 15 Beach Plum Meadows in Edgartown from Timothy M. Bowe and Elaine F. Bowe for $4,750,000 on October 24. Generations Park LLC has purchased 9 […]

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French takeover sees Central Otago vineyard go fully organic

One of Central Otago’s largest wineries is about to go fully organic. Akarua Estate Vineyard was acquired earlier this month by Edmond de Rothschild, a France-based investment firm. Edmond de Rothschild Heritage chief executive Anne Escalle said the acquisition has been in the works for two years. “When the Edmond Rothschild family invests, they really […]

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Marisco Vineyards’ Pinot ‘The King’s Wrath’ crowned at Marlborough Wine Show

Older vines and a mature winemaking team were the secret behind Marisco Vineyards’ 2021 Pinot Noir The King’s Wrath crowned champion wine at the Marlborough Wine Show. Marisco Vineyards founder, owner and winemaker Brent Marris said the awards are always something special. “You always think about the vintage, about the winemaking, you think about how […]

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Davis Bynum, 2018 Chardonnay, Russian River Valley, Gravel Lens River West Vineyard

Did you know that chardonnay is made from pinot noir and an obscure white grape called gouais blanc? DNA analysis in the 1990s revealed that Chardonnay is descended from Pinot Noir and Gouais Blanc. Both varieties were widely planted in northeastern France in the Middle Ages, but today Gouais Blanc is nearly extinct. Chardonnay has […]

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Early Mountain Vineyards celebrates its brand’s decade with the release of vintage wines

Early Mountain Vineyards has more to toast than Virginia Wine Month, it’s also celebrating 10 years under the Early Mountain brand. The Madison Vineyard, owned by Steve and Jean Case, has won numerous awards for its wine, but it was its tasting room that was voted number one in the country by USA today in […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Island curator Tanya Augoustinos curated another dynamic group show at the Featherstone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs, featuring more than two dozen artists – working in painting, photography, ceramics, collage and d other media – sharing their views on its exhibition theme: Le Tomber. It’s a title that not only encompasses the current […]

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Thessaloniki will auction wines from urban vineyards for charity

Thessaloniki will auction wines from urban vineyards for charity Each bottle will have a unique label with a reproduction of a painting from the collection of the Municipal Art Gallery On October 22, the local authorities of Thessaloniki announced that they will hold an auction to sell the 150 bottles of wine produced in the […]

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Vineyard Golf Ag Tournament Results – BladenOnline

On an absolutely perfect October day, 18 teams took advantage of the pristine conditions at Vineyard Golf At White Lake to raise funds for 2 Agriculture Scholarships to be awarded to deserving students from Bladen and Sampson counties. Patricia Augustine and her son Billy Augustine, owners of the course, were on hand to greet the […]

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Bexar County Sheriff certifies migrants airlifted to Martha’s Vineyard as victims of crime, clearing way for special visas

Rachel Self, a Massachusetts lawyer working with migrants, told radio station WGBH that Salazar’s decision is a key part of migrants’ applications for a “U visa”, which is reserved for victims of crime or people who have witnessed a crime. In a statement, Salazar said his office had submitted documents to the federal system “to […]

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Florida’s DeSantis sued over records of migrant flights to Martha’s Vineyard

A Florida open government group filed a lawsuit on Monday to force the administration of state Governor Ron DeSantis to release information about migrant flights from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard. The big picture: This is the third lawsuit filed against DeSantis’ office in connection with the two charter flights of about 50 Venezuelan migrants to […]

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Perla Huerta compels liberal media to deal with border crisis

Perla Huerta deserves the Pulitzer Prize. This woman, although not a journalist, has done more to advance the interests of journalism than the New York Times, Washington Post and Boston Globe combined. Because without it, none of these publications, let alone the leftist television stations, would cover America’s disastrous illegal immigration crisis. She is certainly […]

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How’s your garden?

The vineyard boasts fabulous professionally maintained gardens, but there is a treasure trove of gardeners who may go unrecognized except by close friends and family who enjoy their flowers. Fortunately, this summer there was a wonderful opportunity for those without professional fame to flourish, when Sharon-Frances Moore launched the first Martha’s Vineyard Garden competition for […]

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Philadelphia’s Guide to Pennsylvania Wine

Photograph by Michael Persico Aficionados of a certain vintage may scoff at the notion of Pennsylvania wine. But the state has become a wine hotbed in recent years. Here’s everything you need to know about what to drink, where to get it, who makes it, and the region’s best wine getaways. — edited by Kristen […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Editors, Vineyard Gazette; Last Thursday, St Andrew’s Church, in conjunction with island clergy, sponsored an event to support volunteers and responders who helped care for Venezuelan migrants sent to Martha’s Vineyard. Words alone cannot describe the humanitarian value of this event. It is from a deep and essential love that this pastoral is born, but […]

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Man who recruited migrants for flights to Martha’s Vineyard says he feels betrayed

CNN — The migrant says he had been living on the streets of San Antonio for nearly a month when he met a woman named “Perla” who made him a compelling offer. She offered him clothes, food and money, he told CNN, and in exchange he would go out and find other migrants to serve […]

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Migrants from Martha’s Vineyard housed at Joint Base Cape Cod

The 48 migrants airlifted to Martha’s Vineyard last week by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis have been given safe haven at Joint Base Cape Cod, according to a press release from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. “On Friday, September 16, the Commonwealth offered migrants a voluntary transition from the Martha’s Vineyard facility to Joint Base Cape […]

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Migrants Airlifted to Martha’s Vineyard File Complaint Against DeSantis: NPR

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is being sued on behalf of migrants who were airlifted to Martha’s Vineyard last Wednesday without warning. Ronda Churchill/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Ronda Churchill/Getty Images Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is being sued on behalf of migrants who were airlifted to Martha’s Vineyard last Wednesday without warning. Ronda Churchill/Getty Images […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

The pilot of a private seaplane appeared before the Tisbury selection committee last week to apply for a Harbor Use Permit to land and take off in Vineyard Haven’s outer harbour. “I fly a seaplane that is owned by one of the families on the island,” Eric Atkins told the council during an online hearing. […]

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Migrants sent to Martha’s Vineyard were voluntarily taken to military base for help, officials say

CNN — The 50 migrants who were flown to Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts by the Florida governor this week were taken to a military base on Friday to receive shelter and humanitarian support, officials said. The migrants, after two days of uncertainty on the small island and a great local effort to support themselves, cheered […]

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Harvest time in established vineyards in Ordu » Expat Guide Turkey

The first harvest from the state-supported orchards in Ordu has pleased growers in terms of yield and quality. The first harvest from the state-supported orchards in Ordu has pleased growers in terms of yield and quality. The Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry and the Regional Development Administration of the Eastern Black Sea Project (DOKAP) […]

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Meritage Resort and Spa Announces Second Annual Cabernet Classic in Napa Valley November 4-6, 2022

Advertising Festive weekend featuring master sommeliers, rare wines, winemakers and culinary experiences curated by chefs to benefit SommFoundation NAPA, CA. (September 13, 2022) – Meritage Resort and Spa, the AAA Four Diamond resort located at the gateway to Napa Valley, is pleased to announce the The second annual Cabernet Classic runs from Friday, November 4 […]

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The special Rosé that Ina Garten swears by

Ina Garten didn’t just tell Bon Appétit she loves a good glass of rosé when it’s warm outside – she named the exact bottle she gravitates towards again and again while pouring a glass or two for her. herself and her husband (and frequent star guest on her shows), Jeffrey. It seems the culinary personality […]

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Bordeaux 2022 harvest: the vintage looks “very promising”

A “very promising” vintage is expected, said the regional wine council (CIVB), as the 2022 Bordeaux harvest begins for the reds. It’s still too early to judge fully and yields will be lower in some cases due to heat, drought and hailstorms during the growing season, but the CIVB cited “attractive but small berries” and […]

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Hiring in progress: offshore wind in the United States intensifies, workers learned about safety

At a 131-year-old marine academy located along Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts, the people who will build the nation’s first commercial-scale offshore wind farm are learning the skills needed to stay safe while working around offshore wind turbines. Some perform their duties quite easily since they are veterans of the maritime domains or construction. For others, […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

We are happy to announce that Ella, an Australian purebred dog, has found her forever family. I wish you all many years of happiness. Rabbits Laverne and Shirley were seen on a poster at the Agricultural Fair and instantly fell in love. And the big gray cat, Grayson, has an adoption in the works. This […]

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Steamship counterweights collapse at Vineyard Haven

An accident at the Steamship Authority Vineyard Haven terminal sent a set of transfer bridge counterweights into the water on Tuesday morning. SSA spokesman Sean Driscoll told The Times that a truck hit part of the bridge while the ferry governor was in the slipway and the damage snapped a cable, sending the counterweights into […]

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World-renowned French wine and spirits manufacturer Pont des Arts is leading the US$350 billion wine industry into Web 3.0 with NFKings

SINGAPORE, August 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Pont des Arts, a French luxury wine and spirits manufacturer, is taking the lead in connecting physical wine and vineyards to NFTs and metaverses. The company is famous for its unique wine collections that feature works by world-renowned artists like Mondrian, Zao Wou Kiand Michael Barceloamong others. The unique […]

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11 Best Wine Tours in Fredericksburg Texas

Fredericksburg is located in the Texas Hill Country and is home to many wineries and vineyards. If you’re looking for a fun day trip, consider taking a Fredericksburg wine tour. Many companies offer wine tours, most of which will pick you up from your hotel or downtown Fredericksburg. You can choose from a variety of […]

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Health advice will end COVID declarations

The island’s health boards will stop posting COVID reports after September 2. – Geoff Thors The island’s health boards will end their reporting of COVID-19 cases on Martha’s Vineyard next week. “After two and a half years of reporting case numbers, September 2 will be the last day that I will post the daily update […]

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Tisbury: Water Filling Stations – The Martha’s Vineyard Times

Heard on Main Street: I’m doing my best. I dropped the rest. It’s good that the Lyme disease project has started. But what about West Nile virus? A few years ago, I knocked a huge turkey off a tall pine tree, where it had been for about a day. I didn’t know if it was […]

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Martha’s Vineyard gets Beck, Wilco, more music

Jason Savio | Special for Cape Cod Times After a year of silence in 2020 and a socially distanced “mini” version in 2021, the Beach Road Weekend music festival on Martha’s Vineyard will return in full force for the first time since its inaugural weekend in 2019. Headlining this year’s three-day event at Veterans Memorial […]

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The Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival is Black Hollywood’s must-attend event

Comment this story Comment MARTHA’S VINEYARD, Mass. – It was like a movie. In one scene, Oscar winner Viola Davis brings the sun during a VIP cocktail reception overlooking the marina at Vineyard Haven. In another, actress Regina Hall walks through the crowd at the annual White Party in Oak Bluffs. Don Cheadle having dinner […]

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Seven inches of rain over the past month affects local orchards and vineyards –

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) – Virginia has seen a significant amount of rain since early July, and while rain can be good for some plants, too much can also cause damage. The Charlottesville area saw several inches of rain in July. Many vineyards were hit by the rain, hoping the rain would stop. “We need […]

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Willamette Valley Vineyards (NASDAQ:WVVI) Stock Breaks Below the 200-Day Moving Average of $7.90

Willamette Valley Vineyards, Inc. (NASDAQ:WVVI – Get Rating) stock price fell below its two-hundred-day moving average during Tuesday’s trading. The stock has a two hundred day moving average of $7.90 and is trading as low as $6.36. Shares of Willamette Valley Vineyards last traded at $6.51, with volume of 14,221 shares changing hands. Changes to […]

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One man dead, another missing after group jumped off Martha’s Vineyard bridge

A man has been found dead and another is missing after they jumped off a bridge in Edgartown on Martha’s Vineyard Sunday night, U.S. Coast Guard officials said. At 11:20 p.m. Sunday, authorities launched a search for four adult men who jumped off the “Jaws” bridge, said Coast Guard spokeswoman Petty Officer Briana Carter. Officially […]

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Hunter Valley Wineries Celebrate Incredible Success

Hunter Valley Vineyards won the pool at the recent KPMG Sydney Royal Wine Show 2022. From an increase in varietal blends to the evolution of Australian Chardonnay, the results of the annual event reflected emerging trends within the industry. And the region itself boasted nine gold medal-winning vineyards, including five champion trophies. Representing Morpeth, Boydell’s […]

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The 7 Best Wineries and Vineyards to Try in Collin County

This article was originally published on November 19, 2021 They say home is where the wine is. Luckily for North Texans, there are plenty here…and some of the best wineries are right here in Collin County! Did you know that Texas as a whole has over 4,400 acres of wine-growing land that produces a wide […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

The Edgartown Board of Directors approved dates for the 77th annual Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby on Monday, paving the way for another fishing drop. The derby starts just after midnight on Sunday September 11 and ends on October 15. The awards ceremony will take place on October 16. Weigh-ins will take place […]

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Man killed in shootout with sheriff’s deputies after fleeing in Lower Yakima Valley vineyard | Crime and courts

A man was killed in a gunfight with Yakima County sheriff’s deputies early Saturday outside of Zillah, the Yakima Valley Special Investigations Unit reported. Ezequiel Ayala, 26, was shot and killed around 1:25 a.m. after shooting at sheriff’s officers as he fled on foot through a Lower Valley vineyard. The shooting took place in the […]

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Brewvine: Blustone Vineyards – 9 & 10 News

For this week’s Brewvine, Whitney Amann and Chief Photojournalist Jeremy Erickson take you to Blustone Vineyards in Leelanau County for a look at the grapes and their flavorful wines. With the warm weather and growing conditions, the vines at Blustone Vineyards will very soon turn the sun to sugar and turn those tiny green grapes […]

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Pamplin Media Group – Tumwater Vineyard Reveals ‘Dirty Little Secret’ of Booze Economics

Oregon City Brewing, 12 Bridge Ciderworks provides additional information at a Clackamas County Business Forum. The Oregon City Business Alliance’s latest monthly forum, held in the Grand Ballroom of the Abernethy Center, focused on “the alcohol economy” by highlighting three businesses in the county of Clackamas. Rather than producing alcohol for sale by a large […]

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Gear up, gear up, and choose from the best Italian road trips

The wind blew through the cypresses and the valley stilled for a moment. Then, a vehicle rumbled into view, roof down to allow the thick lemon-scented sun to pour down on its passengers. Oh, Italy. A land where the espresso is strong, the landscape is impressive and the dolce is very vita. It has never […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Robert Davis, chief executive of the Steamship Authority, agreed to a three-year contract extension on Friday with an initial salary of $207,500. Mr Davis, whose previous salary was $185,640, is also in line for potential bonuses based on the progress of the Woods Hole terminal reconstruction project, the boat line’s vessel replacement program, his new […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Edgartown Ralston Francis and Mavis M. Francis purchased 32 Norton Orchard Road in Edgartown from James E. Chirgwin and Margaret A. Chirgwin for $1,975,000 on July 19. Robert D. Moriarty Trs. and Katama Kid Realty Trust purchased 201 Upper Main street in Edgartown from Edward Frank Benoit and Babette Marie Benoit for $1,550,000 on July […]

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Tisbury is seeking more funds for a school project

The City of Tisbury will ask the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) to seek additional funding for the Tisbury School Renovation and Addition Project without a citywide vote. A vote of the municipal assembly would always be necessary. One year ago, voters have authorized the borrowing of $55 million for the school’s massive overhaulbut inflation […]

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Tisbury PD recovers stolen goods

The Lani Beach Club was among a number of businesses that saw returned goods after Tisbury police found and charged teenage shoplifters. -Rich Saltzberg Following a report of theft at the Lani Beach Club, Tisbury Police recovered goods from several different businesses and charged two teenagers with shoplifting. On July 12, Constable Anthony Fusaro and […]

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Lyme Vaccine Ready Phone Number

A phone number is ready for those interested in Lyme trials. The deer tick, pictured here in different stages of engorgement, transmits the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. —MV Times A phone number to register for the pending Lyme Vaccine Vineyard Trials is now available. As The Times previously reported, pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and Valneva […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

A Superior Court judge on Wednesday rejected a bid by neighbors of the Harbor View Hotel to invalidate a recent out-of-court settlement that rewrote a Martha’s Vineyard Commission decision approving the hotel’s spa expansion. In a 15-page emergency motion filed earlier today, the neighbors asked to intervene, saying the commission had no jurisdiction to review […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

The Martha’s Vineyard commission has settled with the Harbor View Hotel by revising its 2021 written approval for the spa expansion at the hotel, commission leaders announced Thursday evening. The unusual announcement is seen as a first for the commission, which has never changed a written ruling in response to litigation. The spa expansion was […]

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Governor Hochul Announces 2022 New York Wine Classic Winners

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the winners of the 36th annual New York Wine Classic, a nationally recognized competition highlighting New York State’s finest wines. During a live virtual event hosted by the New York Wine & Grape Foundation, Governor Hochul presented the Governor’s Cup, the competition’s highest award, to two wineries in a surprise […]

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Joanne Goerler, teacher and cellar manager, dies at 57

Joanne Goerler, kindergarten teacher, manager of Jamesport Vineyards and beloved member of the North Fork community, died June 24 after a three-year battle with cancer. She was 57 years old. Joanna Frances Zuhoski was born on May 13, 1965 to Joseph and Sabina Zuhoski. The Cutchogue resident earned her teaching degree at Plattsburgh College and […]

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Wine baron pursues McLaren Vale takeover

South Australian wine entrepreneur Warren Randall has bought three more McLaren Vale vineyards to power his new Penny’s Hill brand. Photo: Ben Goode Already the largest private owner of luxury vineyards in Australia, the purchase of 62 hectares (155 acres) from Accolade Wines brings Randall’s total holdings to more than 3,500ha. The acquisition includes the […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Privileged view of the Alchemy balcony. Ray Ewing Bagpipe players come up the main street with their soulful sound. Ray Ewing Volunteers pull Edgartown’s historic button tub. Ray Ewing Andrew Kelly and Scott Ellis drive the Edgartown fire truck. Ray Ewing Crowds filled the streets of Edgartown for the annual parade. Ray Ewing Golden retriever […]

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New tasting room brings a ‘Seasonal feel’ to Los Gatos – The Mercury News

There are still three wine tasting rooms in Los Gatos. Located in the former home of Left Bend Cellars (and before that, Fernwood Cellars), Saison Cellar has just opened, joining Gali Vineyards and Testarossa as the city’s single-brand wine tasting rooms. Located near Los Gatos cafe and Italian Brothers restaurant, the newly renovated spot sports […]

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A woman whose body was found near a car in New Vineyard last year likely died of blunt force trauma

If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence and would like to speak to a lawyer, call 866-834-4357, TTY 1-800-437-1220. This free and confidential service is available 24/7 and can be accessed from anywhere in Maine. The woman whose body was found near her submerged car in New Vineyard last June […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

The Edgartown 4th of July Parade and Fireworks are back after a two-year hiatus. The select committee unanimously approved the annual summer rite at its meeting on Monday. Parade Grand Marshal Joe Sollitto came before the Board of Directors to outline the plan for next week. The parade will begin at 5 p.m. Monday with […]

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Suffolk: wineries to visit this summer

Published: 10:00 a.m. June 26, 2022 Suffolk may not be famous for its vineyards, but these five wine producers help put the county on the map. Wine tours are a great way to spend the day or a special occasion. Here are five Suffolk wineries you should visit: 1. Flint Vineyard The vineyard, located in […]

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Denbies Restaurant in Surrey Hills has stunning vineyard views

Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey is one of the largest wineries in England, with 265 acres currently under vines. Located in Dorking, the magnificent site has a production capacity of one million bottles and the first vines were planted on the estate in 1986. The English Vineyard is so pretty that it is often used […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

From the June 22, 1956 edition of the Vineyard Gazette: Anyone familiar with the Upper Vineyard Island area will know of Middle Mark, the ‘house by the roadside’. Few realize that this place was a landmark and more than that for many years. Probably no one knows exactly when the house was built. The original […]

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Aquinnah: Get Ready, Everyone – The Martha’s Vineyard Times

Get ready everyone, July starts next week. Last week, the US Department of Energy (DOE) announced that it had selected Aquinnah and Chilmark as one of 12 competitively selected isolated and island communities in the United States to help strengthen energy infrastructure, reduce the risk of breakdowns and improve their energy and economic future. prospects. […]

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BOS Wine Pushes the Boundaries of Michigan’s Wine Scene

In Michigan’s still young but growing wine industry, there’s always room for people who want to try something new, challenge the norm, and push the envelope. Include BOS Wine among these innovators. New to the state’s thriving wine scene, with a tasting room off the beaten path, BOS Wine offers guests something entirely new: a […]

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Explore California’s Santa Ynes Valley

Driving the Pacific Coast Highway from Malibu to Big Sur is the quintessential American road trip, its spectacular ocean views and cliffside turns glamorized by countless movies. Although Santa Barbara has always been a welcome stopover, there was no reason to go inland to the Santa Ynez Valley, a sleepy region of horse ranches and […]

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Martha’s Vineyard shows her pride

The first official Martha’s Vineyard Pride Parade drew Islanders in droves on a hot Blue Ski Saturday in Oak Bluffs. Hundreds of people gathered on the side of the street as the parades began to move through the city. The festivities began at the Island Queen ferry dock on Oak Bluffs Harbour. The parade was […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

From the June 10, 1938 edition of the Gazette: With many summer visitors to the island, the slogan is Open House in New England, and the season is a series of fast and even furious festivities. But among the thousands of visitors, some prefer to isolate themselves, either because they are too well known in […]

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Land Bank mulls campground proposal

On Monday afternoon, the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank board voted in favor of a campground proposal for Southern Woodlands Reserve to the Oak Bluffs Land Bank Advisory Board for comment. After deliberation, the commissioners turned positively to the concept of a seasonal campground located in a section of the Southern Woodlands Reserve off Barnes Road. […]

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Llanerch Vineyard opens new tasting pavilion

Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths officially opened a brand new tasting pavilion at Llanerch Vineyard and saw the grape work unfold at the start of Welsh Wine Week 2022. Now in its third year, Welsh Wine Week celebrates the wonderful wines produced in the vineyards of Wales. The annual event is organized by the Welsh […]

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Climate change leads to labor shortages in vineyards

Like many readers of this article, I suspect I am rethinking my attitudes towards travel. Just as lockdown should have finally ended the executive’s transatlantic leap “for a meeting,” as a wine writer, I’m also more wary of flying, more mindful of my carbon footprint. (The Maldives trip I described a fortnight ago was a […]

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

After interviews on Tuesday, the Oak Bluffs selection committee offered jobs to two candidates for local inspector and senior assessor. The board voted to appoint Kristina West as lead assessor and Adam Petkus as local inspector. Ms. West was previously a Senior Appraiser at West Tisbury. In her interview, she said that after leaving West […]

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The Dairy Marketing and Branding Services grant application is open!

Vermont Agency for Agriculture, Food and Markets The Northeast Dairy Business Innovation Center (NE-DBIC), hosted by the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food, & Markets, announces the availability of funds through the Dairy Marketing and Branding Services Grant Program, which will provide dairy grants to added value established processors and producer associations to access professional marketing […]

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Mayors of the Utah Valley: Start your summer off right at Vineyard Days | News, Sports, Jobs

1 / 4 Vineyard Days will feature a selection of interactive rides along with vendors and food trucks. Rides cost $1-2 each. Vineyard residents can pick up their 10 free tickets during business hours at city offices. The rides will be available from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on June 4. For a […]

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Goliad grape field day to highlight the white of the sun on June 10

Field Day Blanc du Soleil will take place on June 10 in Goliad. The event celebrates the release of Blanc du Soleil, a new grape variety for hot and humid climates. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service event will begin at 8 a.m. at Christopher Family Vineyard, 5300 Old Goliad Road. The event will end […]

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5 Vineyards Every Wine Lover Must Visit in India

First published May 25, 2022 at 7:00 a.m. IST On National Wine Day, discover five vineyards in India that are an absolute paradise for all wine lovers. Image: Getty Images Every celebration, whether it’s a birthday, a proposal or a wedding, seems incomplete without a bottle of wine for all wine lovers. In fact, visiting […]

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The contemporary Cera Stribley winery in the Yarra Valley

Cera Stribley’s contemporary winery opens up the Yarra Valley Cera Stribley Completes Successful Cellar for St Hubert Winery in Australia’s Yarra Valley The architecture of wine never fails to hold a few contemporary surprises in store, as forward-thinking wineries deploy grand designs to lure buyers into their cellars and project a contemporary image to the […]