03/07/2011 00:04:32 AM
If you are a Tennessee resident, here are two very important bills to the Tennessee Wine Industry. Both are designed to get TN up to the level of the competition, our neighboring states such as NC, VA, MO and KY. All of these states have
02/14/2011 11:13:37 AM
Virginia's model continues to be the best. A state-run wholesaler allows in state wineries to self distribute for little or no cost. Other states that allow in-state wineries to be their own wholesaler continue to be under fire for violat
02/10/2011 20:39:55 PM
From the Tennessean:
Legislative support grows for wine sales in grocery stores
02/03/2011 20:29:45 PM
This article details one of the three items on the TFWA's (Tennessee Farm Wineries Association) legislative agenda for 2011.
Tennessee's Other Wine Bill
01/26/2011 16:18:45 PM
Economic benefits of updated liquor laws in Kansas
01/14/2011 10:02:10 AM
Things may be looking up for TN wineries...see Gerald McCormick's comments.
From the Commercial Appeal 1/14/11
01/12/2011 13:30:16 PM
Tennessee¬ís Other Wine Bill
Humboldt, TN- How do you create good jobs in the rural counties of Tennessee without millions of dollars in incentives? You deregulate Tennessee¬ís wine industry and farm wineries. North Carolina has done it
01/05/2011 10:19:05 AM
There are not many inexpensive choices out there for testing the sulfite levels in your wine. Unless you get into the $300-$400 range at a minimum one of your only choices is "titrets". I didn't have much luck with these. You basica
12/23/2010 22:56:19 PM
So what is America's most visited winery? And no, it's not in California. Click here for the answer:
America's most visited winery
12/21/2010 16:21:51 PM
This comes from the Artisan Wines blog:
(note the comments, as well)
Why do smaller wineries make better wines?
12/12/2010 01:02:23 AM
I stumbled on this wine blog tonight doing some research. It's pretty interesting. They focus on wine and viticulture that is non-vinifera. Here's the link:
12/10/2010 08:21:53 AM
We made a trip to Humboldt, TN this past weekend to interview the owners of Crown Winery for an article I'm writing. Crown Winery is very unique. It is the only winery outside of California that is powered completely by solar power.
12/06/2010 15:03:11 PM
This is a topic that you will get a diverse level of responses. A lot depends on what type of wine you are making and the style you are trying to create. Most red wines are made with sulfites added at the crush and at bottling, at a minim