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New Grapes Revolutionize Midwest Wine 0

New Grapes Revolutionize Midwest Wine

‘Why didn’t someone take the Cabernet Sauvignon grape and cross it with Norton to create a grapevine that could withstand Midwestern winters yet make a world class wine?” That was the question that puzzled...

Kansas Wine Conference’s Viticulture Focus Pleases Attendees 0

Kansas Wine Conference’s Viticulture Focus Pleases Attendees

Earlier this month, the Kansas Grape Growers & Winemakers Association (KGGWA) held their annual conference in Topeka. The KGGWA is the bigger of two wine industry groups in the state – the other is...

2013 Harvest Report: MO, IA, KS, NE, OH 0

2013 Harvest Report: MO, IA, KS, NE, OH

Vineyards across the Midwest are preparing to bring in the last of their grapes. Compared to 2012’s drought and frost affected yields, many vineyards are reporting bigger crops and good quality fruit. However, too...

What’s The Most Popular Wine Grape in the Midwest? 0

What’s The Most Popular Wine Grape in the Midwest?

We don’t know the most popular grape in the Midwest, but we do know the most popular wine grape in Midwest Wine Press. Over the past 22 months, Midwest Wine Press has published 15...

And the most popular grape is…… 0

And the most popular grape is……

Here are the most read varietal profiles in Midwest Wine Press: 1. Brianna– 1,271 views 2. Petite Pearl– 928 views 3. Crimson Cabernet– 856 views 4  Frontenac Gris– 663 views 5. Valvin Muscat– 550 views...

Kansas Wine Conference: Photos & Story Preview 0

Kansas Wine Conference: Photos & Story Preview

On Friday and Saturday, Midwest Wine Press attended the 27th Annual Kansas Grape Growers and Winemakers Association (KGGWA) Conference in Topeka, Kansas. Among the speakers were a number of Midwestern viticulture heavy-weights. We got along to these talks: Lucian Dressel, who...

2013 Regional Conference Preview 0

2013 Regional Conference Preview

The event calendar for 2013 is filling up quickly, proving positive growth for the Midwest’s wine industry.  Most of the 11 states that Midwest Wine Press covers will be hosting state conferences and are...

TTB Approves Names of Midwest Varietals 0

TTB Approves Names of Midwest Varietals

Effective November 28, 2011,  the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and  Trade Bureau approved the names of  certain varietals as requested by various breeders, vineyards and wineries in the Midwest.   Under the TTB ruling,...