Meet Our Angsty Farmgirl, Wondering Winemaker and Back of the House Archive

Our wondering winemaker Christopher Tracy tells us why several Long Island wineries are putting their vino in kegs.

One of the wonders of EdibleEastEnd.com is that you can find most of the stories we have published over the last five years. Better yet, it’s organized by topic or writer or subject. (Another good way to not miss anything is to subscribe or send a loved one a gift subscription.)

 

So let me take this opportunity to introduce a few of our columns that you will find online:

Farmgirl Angst. The poetic missives of Sagaponack farmer Marilee Foster, known for her love affairs with chickens and certain vegetables.

Winemakers Wonderings. The thought pieces and musings on wine from Channing Daughters winemaker Christopher Tracy, who muses on everything from food pairings to why making wine is sort of like acting.

Back of the House. Our behind-the-scene photoessays of iconic local restaurants.

Behind the Bottle. The regular rundown of what vintage we’re drinking in Long Island Wine Country, and why.

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