Daily News: Drinking in Ireland, Italian Prison Wine

Your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-o-sphere:

– An uptick in immigration raids has prompted American wineries to contemplate the effects that deportation of undocumented immigrants will have on the labor force.

– The centuries-old bars dotted across Ireland’s southwest coast remain much the same as they did decades ago.

– Italy’s island penal colony, Gorgona, has been making wine in partnership with Marchesi di Frescobaldi since 2012.

– Finally, in Food & Wine, Ray Isle checks in on some of California’s oldest vineyards, which the Historic Vineyard Society is trying to preserve.

Tagged: California Wine