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‘Fire and Vine’ Wine Exhibition Coming to Corning Museum of Glass

‘Fire and Vine’ Wine Exhibition Coming to Corning Museum of Glass

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What is Méthode Champenoise?

You probably know that Champagne is a wine region in France, famous for making the best sparkling wines in the world. But are all Champagnes from France? And what is the meaning of the term “Méthode Champenoise,” found in so many sparkling wine labels from around the world?

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GREAT VALUE WINES: 7 FINGER LAKES RIESLINGS FOR UNDER $40

After World War II, there was a growing interest in drier, European-style wines in the United States, but no such grapes were grown in the Finger Lakes until Dr. Konstantin Frank, a Ukrainian viticulturist, relocated to Cornell University’s Geneva Experiment Station in 1953 and began planting European varieties. Dr. Frank had written his PhD thesis on cold-climate growing techniques of Vitis vinifera and ultimately proved that common grapes could be grown in the region with proper grafting and care.

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