Jan 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Northeast New York "Grape growers in the Finger Lakes certainly have something to be thankful for--the end of one most difficult growing seasons in memory," reported the Finger Lake Times. The paper reports that while whites fared well, reds were left wanting (for more information about the harvest, read "Viticulture in the Eastern United States," page 54). "Grapes were so slow to ripen that the National Grape Cooperative--aka Welch's--for the first time in 40 years, paid growers who lost their ...
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