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19 matches found for Fratelli Desiato Vineyards in News

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  1. 100% Local Vineyard Thrives: Vineyard Yields A Ton Of Grapes, Hopes
    Date: September 25, 2007
    Source: The Sentinel

    "Lori Smarr admits she didn’t realize the amount of work it would take to run a vineyard."

  2. 100% Vineyard Yields A Ton Of Grapes, Hopes
    Date: October 09, 2007
    Source: The Sentinel

    "Lori Smarr admits she didn’t realize the amount of work it would take to run a vineyard."

  3. 100% Vineyard Yields A Ton Of Grapes, Hopes
    Date: October 14, 2007
    Source: The Sentinel

    "Lori Smarr admits she didn’t realize the amount of work it would take to run a vineyard."

  4. 78% Small Wineries Score Big In Seattle Wine Awards
    Date: September 05, 2011
    Source: Bizjournals.com

    "Some little guys from unlikely places made big splashes in this year’s Seattle Wine Awards competition. Mellisoni Vineyards, a micro vineyard in the recently recognized Chelan AVA (American Viticultural Area), won double gold medals in three categories, outscoring many long-established winemakers in the process. Owners Rob and Donna Mellison struck double gold with a 2010 Pinot Grigio, a 2009 Riesling and 45 Degrees, a 2010 proprietary blend. Martedi Winery in Monroe, Holmes Harbor Cellars on Whidbey Island and Cedar River Cellars in Renton also were among the double gold award winners..."

  5. 64% Kentucky Vineyards, Wines Move From Novelty To Serious Growth Industry
    Date: October 06, 2008
    Source: Bizjournals.com

    "The first law of global trade is “comparative advantage”— why climate, soil and other factors allow farmers to grow this vegetable, but not that fruit. "

  6. 64% Georgia A 'hot Spot' For Vineyards, Award-winning Wines
    Date: July 26, 2012
    Source: Bizjournals.com

    "North Georgia now has nearly 20 wineries and vineyards and sales of area wines are taking off, reports WABE. The region’s high elevation, warm temperatures, red clay and aged granite soil help produce varietals most often associated with Europe—such as France’s Cabernet and Malbec, and Italy’s Sangiovese, growers and wine enthusiasts say. Dahlonega and Lumpkin County, which are home to about a quarter of North Georgia’s wineries, have launched a campaign to brand the area as ‘heart…"

  7. 48% Wine Law Ruling Sours Local Cellars
    Date: October 23, 2005
    Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    "With just three-and-a-half months in the wine business under his belt, Bryan Rhodes is seeing both his vineyards and his instincts bear fruit."

  8. 48% Wine, Grape Industry Pumps $162 Billion Into U.s. Economy
    Date: January 23, 2007
    Source: AG Weekly

    "ROCHESTER, N.Y. — With 935,000 acres of vineyards and grape farms, nearly 5,000 wineries and 1.1 million jobs, the wine-and-grape industry sends an estimated $162 billion rippling through the U.S. economy each year, a consulting firm said."

  9. 48% Look Out, Napa!
    Date: July 25, 2007
    Source: The Morning Call

    "Valley's vintners achieve a milestone with new cookbook ''We call it the Pennsylvania Experience. Our wine trail isn't Napa or Sonoma, but we know how to make great foods to pair with our wines and bring out the best in them,'' says Mary Sorrenti of Sorrenti's Cherry Valley Vineyards."

  10. 48% Grapes, Wine A $162 Billion U.s. Industry
    Date: August 21, 2007
    Source: The News Journal

    "ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- With 935,000 acres of vineyards and grape farms, nearly 5,000 wineries and 1.1 million jobs, the wine-and-grape industry sends an estimated $162 billion rippling through the U.S. economy each year, a consulting firm said."

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