Just in time for the fall harvest, meet three up-and-coming regions that are totally crushing it!
Jenna Mahoney Rachael Ray Magazine — Sep 01, 2015
Step aside, Napa—there’s a burgeoning wine region in the east. And with a recently renovated estate nestled among the vines, the Charlottesville experience just keeps getting better.
Kristin Luna Nashville Lifestyle Magazine — Aug 10, 2015
Think US wine and no doubt California's Napa Valley and Sonoma spring to mind. But these days winemaking is big business across the entire country. Even on Long Island.
Lauren Mowery Voyeur — Jun 01, 2015
The World's Next Big Wine Regions
Boomburg Business — May 01, 2015
Dave McIntyre The Washington Post — Apr 11, 2015
Maximilian Kast The Somm Journal — Apr 01, 2015
For an alternative beverage for your Thanksgiving dinner this year, consider cider, one of the fastest-growing segments in the alcohol beverage market.
Dave McIntyre Washington Post — Nov 19, 2014
Michael Shaps, co-founder and partner of Virginia Wineworks, has bought out his former founding partner Philip Stafford. A new holding company called Michael Shaps Winery Management Group (MSWMG), has been formed to oversee the winery operation and to develop new winery and vineyard projects. MSWMG consists of Michael Shaps as majority partner, Tayloe Dameron of Upper Shirley Vineyards in Charles City, Virginia, Francois Cousin of Brussels, Belgium, and Dean Andrews of Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Jill Erickson — Oct 14, 2014