“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.
The family-friendly seafood spot features an expansive raw bar, tartares, ceviches, and more.
Don’t save this sparkling wine for a special occasion.
Meet your new go-to place for cocktails with a harbor view.
This restaurant is worth the trip to Amagansett.
Don’t wait for Taco Tuesday to try this new Montauk taqueria.
“Reserve” wines aren’t always worth it. This one is.
Greenport just keeps getting better.
Treat yourself to his Asian-inflected whole lobster, which arrives bathed in red chili, coconut milk, and basil.
A new focus on hospitality and the “wine tasting experience” has completely changed the way that visitors taste wine on Long Island.