Chef Keith Luce’s holding company, North Fork Hospitality, has bought Greenport’s North Fork Oyster Company along with the other buildings in Stirling Square.
Matthews, himself, is the only editor to taste Long Island wine and says that so far he’s only tasted 1,000 wines, not enough to establish the terroir and typicity needed for the magazine to create a vintage chart.
Influential magazine, Wine Spectator, finally validates New York State with a vintage chart; neglects to separate by region.
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Long Island wine will be served at the Inaugural lunch along with New York cheeses and apples.
Last week the New York Times ran an article about sparkling wine for the holidays. And they had the great idea to limit their samples to wines from California and from New York, 20 bottles from each state.
Chef Keith Luce and the owners of Jedidiah Hawkins Inn are parting ways. In an e-mail Luce stated he was unable to comment at this time. Calls to owner Lia Polites have not been returned. We featured Luce in our Low Summer 2010 issue, when he first came to the East End to take over the [...]