This wine makes the case for petit verdot’s potential on Long Island.
As we head into the holiday season, let’s look at a local wine that’s worth the splurge.
“This is really made to be an everyday red wine that can be enjoyed with just about any dish,” says winemaker Rich Olsen-Harbich.
“At its best, Long Island rosé is at just as much at home on the beach as it is on the dining room table,” says winemaker Rich Olsen-Harbich.
What is “natural wine”? And is it really new to Long Island?
Technology is lending winemakers the tools to show us where the magic happens — and how.
Erin Troxell, a viticulturist and self-described “scientific farmer” is the new vineyard manager at Bedell Cellars. Troxell grew up on her family’s seventh-generation farm…
You’ve heard the stories about terroir. It’s true. All of it.
Winemakers say their 2013 reds, just hitting the market now, will age up to 25 to 30 years.
Locally sourced dishes and Long Island wine at must-visit restaurants.
A new association will help educate and support the more than 250+ latino workers in our vineyards.
What we hear can affect how we taste. • Illustration by Dorothy Acierno