Incentives to Reduce, or Eliminate, Your Electric Costs [Member's Only Webinar]
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Information will include various grant options and tax benefits associated with going solar. Thanks to these incentives, commercial scale applications typically see a very quick return on investment. A solar installation can pay for itself in as little as 2-4 years and is warrantied to produce for 25 years! Businesses all over New York State are seeing considerable utility savings to help maximize revenue. As we move towards sustainability, learn about how you can benefit.”
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WineVine Virtual Tasting Series [Webinar]
Are you a wine enthusiast who wants to enjoy tasting and learning about New York Wines in a fun and engaging format?
Join Julie Purpura Hosbach, CS, WSET III, for our monthly Online WineVine Wine Club!
This is how it works: I’ll share a selection of wines from around the state that we’ll be tasting (each month a different focus), and you can buy them and join us virtually through Zoom as we have fun: seeing, swirling, smelling, sipping, and savoring!
It’s free and only open to our consumer members.
NY Drinks NY
NY Drinks NY celebrates New York wine during a month-long promotion in March, organized by the New York Wine & Grape Foundation.
The New York Wine & Grape Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation promoting all wineries and grape-growers in New York State. The Foundation's strategic goal is to have the New York grape and wine industry recognized as a world leader in quality, productivity, and social responsibility. New York ranks third in wine production nation-wide and the wine industry contributes $4.8 billion annually to the state's economy.
DISCOVERNew York Wines
Welcome to New York Wine Country, home of five major wine regions covering nine officially recognized appellations blessed with fertile glacial soil and ideal grape-growing micro-climates.
The third-largest wine-producing region in America, New York has hundreds of wineries that are making international waves with their award-winning Rieslings, Cabernet Francs, Chardonnays, and other varieties. For fine wine lovers, New York has it all.
An American Viticultural Area (AVA) is a designated wine grape-growing region in the United States distinguishable by geographic features, with boundaries defined by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, United States Department of the Treasury.
The 6 major AVAs are shown below. There are also smaller AVAs in the Finger Lakes Region (Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake) and on Long Island (The Hamptons and North Fork of Long Island).
The New York wine industry is one of the most diverse in the entire wine world. We want to help our wineries, retailers, wholesalers, and potential customers inderstand a bit more about the riches we have to share.
The New York wine industry is a major engine of economic development, generating well over $13.8 billion in economic benefits to New York State annually. Wineries—which mean new investment, new jobs, new tourism, and new taxes—have spread from the traditional regions to places never envisioned as wine regions. While some statistics, like vineyard acreage, grow slowly, the number of wineries changes nearly every week. This section includes a photo gallery, statistical reports on the wine industry, a link to a special program in New York City, and several other helpful links and resources.