An Edible contributor is tapped to lead the region’s largest trade group after the Long Island Wine Council.
A shop in Woodbury is already expanding to meet the demand for wood barrels made in the USA.
Learn more about where your coffee comes from by watching this beautiful movie.
Microbrew and cider from the latest addition to the craft beer scene.
Long Island Wine Country has lost a vineyard owner. Charles Smithen of Sherwood House died on Jan. 14 in Palm Beach, Fla. According to an…
At just 30 years old, Dean Babiar — the brand-new winemaker of Jamesport Vineyards — is also the youngest on the East End. Babiar, a resident of Greenport, recently sat down at Aldo’s for his first interview.
Winemaker Juan E. Micieli-Martinez will take you through different varietals and multi-vintage tastings. Discounts for wine club members.
Take shelter from the storm with some wine classes at the Tasting Group this winter.
“Wineries bring so much beauty. There is no ugly wine region in the whole world. That’s what wine brings to an area. It brings passionate people.” • Photograph by Jason Nadler
The Long Island wine region is profoundly saddened by the passing of two of our very dear colleagues over the past week. Just days after hearing that Ann Marie Borghese quietly lost her courageous battle with cancer, we learned of the sudden loss of her husband, Marco Borghese, in a tragic car accident.
Richard Olsen-Harbich, winemaker at Bedell Cellars, wrote his first column for Edible for our Low Summer issue this year. Rich has been working in wine…
“If anyone orders Merlot, I’m leaving,” says Miles Raymond in the 2004 film Sideways. It’s a line meant to provoke laughter, but all it should prompt among people familiar with the award-winning merlot of the East End is a rather significant serving of pity. The poor guy, as we intimately know, is missing out. And members of the Long Island Merlot Alliance know it, too.