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.
Like Anaïs Nin before me, “My ideas usually come not at my desk writing, but in the midst of living.” It should come as no surprise to the reader, then, that I spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
Three reds and three whites anchor this tiny tasting room complete with bees.
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.
This season, brunch is all about cocktails made with Chambord. Here’s how some of the East End’s best bars and restaurants are serving them up for you to sip.
Your choice of rum or tequila fuels this start of season sipper.
This Massachusetts native sought out a job, because the North Fork is “the most interesting place on the East Coast to make wine.”
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.
A glass of rosé or the light fruitiness of an alcoholic sparkling water? Why not both?
Expansion is in the works and duck is on the menu at this pinot-centric estate.
A love of wine was fostered on the Italian island of Ischia.
Don’t miss the August Lobster Night at the historical vineyard right on the water in Southold.