“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.
“At its best, Long Island rosé is at just as much at home on the beach as it is on the dining room table,” says winemaker Rich Olsen-Harbich.
Step away from the rosé. Sauvignon blanc can be a summer staple, too.
When we think of sauvignon blanc, we don’t often think of its age-worthiness. But maybe we should.
Merlot dominates Long Island’s red wines—and yet, some of our region’s most age-worthy and long-lived wines count Cabernet Sauvignon as the main component.
Their experience in those prestigious kitchens is part of what drove them to create the “anti-restaurant” with a simple goal: to make “farm to table” really mean something.
In late 2005, five local wineries—Pellegrini Vineyards, Raphael, Sherwood House Vineyards, Wölffer Estate and Shinn Estate Vineyards, joined forces to create the Long Island…
The unpretentious craftsman who helped to codify the region sees a bright future. PECONIC—Compared to the classic wine regions of the world, Long Island…
A round up of local wine news.
Make your own wine an a special bottling by Macari Vineyards.
2005 REDS TRICKLE ONTO SHELVES Until recently, the only wines we’ve had to assess of the much-ballyhooed 2005 vintage have been whites. Disappointingly, many…