Drink this with your favorite autumnal eats—and your cold weather grilling.
Local wineries made our region proud at the 2019 New York Wine Classic.
Roman Roth: “My idea was to make a Sauvignon Blanc as if it were made by a traditional Burgundy producer in a Grand Cru style—if they would be allowed to grow Sauvignon Blanc in Burgundy.”
This wine’s ingredient list is two items long: Chardonnay and sulfites.
Don’t save this sparkling wine for a celebration.
In case our travel issue inspired wanderlust, here are some wineries worth wandering to.
“I’ve always been impressed by the age-ability of Long Island wines,” says Alex Rosanelli, owner of Hound’s Tree Wines. “So [I] wanted to craft our reserve wines with that in mind.”
2018 wasn’t a great vintage by any estimation—but this wine defies its year.
Don’t wait for colder weather to enjoy this gorgeous red.
Don’t save this sparkling wine for a special occasion.
“Reserve” wines aren’t always worth it. This one is.
A new focus on hospitality and the “wine tasting experience” has completely changed the way that visitors taste wine on Long Island.