Editor’s Note: The following post comes to us from Berk Sensoy, Assistant Professor of Finance at the Ohio State University; Yingdi Wang, Assistant Professor of Finance at the California State University at Fullerton; and Mic
By GEORGE TIBBITS
SEATTLE (AP) -- Hong Kong and mainland China are developing a strong thirst for wine, and Washington and Oregon are hoping for a taste of those growing markets....
People in Washington D.C. and New Hampshire love wine. West Virginians and Mississippians are less enthusiastic about their Merlot and Pinot Grigio. We recently made a map showing wine consumption around the world, and now with data provided to Business Insider by the Beverage Information Group, we have brought that comparison home to the United States. Here is how much wine per person each state consumed in 2013:
If you don’t like crowds, an early December visit to the wineries of Long Island, NY is right up your alley. The tasting rooms are open, the people are friendly, and the wines taste as good in the late fall as they do in summer. If you would rather take advantage of everything Eastern Long Island offers in the summer, you’ll have to deal with crowds who are looking for the same thing you are.