A bill signed into law earlier this month by Gov. Cuomo allows wineries and farm wineries to fill vessels no larger than four liters with their wine.
Friends want to watch the game at home? We think you should call an audible and head out to these local watering holes instead.
The collection of stories in our August/September 2016 issue illustrates evolution in the same way the faces of the sunflowers lining the roads follow the sun.
Sommeliers from New York talk about how sustainability is as important as how a wine tastes. Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing helps them be sure.
We’ve got such a beautiful magazine coming out to accompany you on the hot lazy days of August at the beach or beside the pool. But we’re having trouble choosing our cover and we want you to see them all. Take a minute and weigh in on your favorite.
The new bar, Zigmund’s, will open July 25 and feature cocktails from the on-site garden.
Our beekeeper was up for a $10,000 prize to help her business expand and aid pollinators. Did she win?
Our Innovation issue is all about the commons: “the shared resources in which each stakeholder has an equal interest.”
A glass of rosé or the light fruitiness of an alcoholic sparkling water? Why not both?
A new video and website will promote tourism to our wineries, breweries, distilleries and cideries.
Samuel Filler, who is coming from a state government job, will take over January 1, 2017.
In our upcoming spring issue, Laura Luciano chronicles her project of starting her seeds from scratch. But what happens to the underperformers, the little…