Here, Bedell winemaker Richard Olsen-Harbich speaks with William Sanok, a pioneer in Long Island wine.
The future of Long Island wine is looking awfully rosy.
A mother and daughter team is making magic in Southold.
Technology is lending winemakers the tools to show us where the magic happens — and how.
Last week, Richard Olsen-Harbich wrote about the important role of women in winemaking. Here, the women behind Long Island wine speak for themselves.
Miranda Sannino will be able to combine her loves for science and art at Cornell University with aid of $3,500 grant.
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.
Meet the official app of Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing.
Sommeliers from New York talk about how sustainability is as important as how a wine tastes. Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing helps them be sure.
Like a true New Yorker, cab franc is charming yet edgy; it’s resilient and brawny in the vineyard yet needs lots of sensitivity and a gentle touch in the cellar.
On December 31, 2015, Roanoke Vineyards closed its Sound Avenue tasting room to the public. We checked in to see how the first six months have been.
Wainscott Main recently hosted a North Fork winery tour that led the way to three wineries—and lots of exciting discoveries about sustainable wine growing.