Imagine parting with a farm that’s been in your family for more than two centuries. Mary Foster Morgan traces her family’s roots to 1792,…
A fresh start for a longtime, seafood-focused favorite in Southampton.
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Tom Schaudel hones and expands his craft, for Long Islanders, by Long Islanders.
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These styles of cask-aged/bottle-conditioned beers are blurring the lines between the two beverages. While not quite wine, yet not just beer either, these elixirs attract drinkers and connoisseurs from both cults of fermentation.
While sauvignon blanc might not be the very first grape you associate with Long Island, where merlot and chardonnay still reign supreme in plantings, and grapes like cabernet franc are gaining more and more attention, crisp, refreshing white wines have become a bit of a bass-line beat that may be getting ready for a lot more spotlight solos.