Strengthening New York's Grape Industry
Governor Cuomo announced several new initiatives to strengthen New York's Concord grape industry, including an investment of more than $1.3 million in the Vineyard Improvement Program.
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The Taste NY Market at Todd Hill is now promoting and selling New York craft beer and hard cider.
The Welcome Center represents the gateway into the Capital Region for northbound travelers and promotes the region's local tourism industry, rich history, food and beverages.
The new New York State Equal Rights Heritage Center in Auburn, Cayuga County, will highlight NY's progressive history of promoting social and equal rights.
Taste NY invites New York State's diverse agricultural producers and its wide array of buyers to join its new Food and Farms Business Expos at one of the three upcoming regional sessions.
The new network of trails spotlight the region's unique farms, food and beverage businesses.
Located in Queensbury, the Adirondack-themed gateway will support regional products and tourism.
Located in Grand Island, the Welcome Center represents the gateway to world-class destinations and historic sites and includes a Taste NY Market offering New York grown products.
New York has two new laws to support the production of New York-grown hops and expand business opportunities for farm distilleries across the state.
The winners of the 33rd New York Wine Classic, a nationally recognized competition highlighting the best of New York's wine and ciders, are announced.