Bedell Cellars

The Cool New World

The terms “Old World” and “New World” have been part of the wine lexicon for decades. Old World wines, defined as the product of terroir and tradition, are grown in less than perfect conditions and yield wines of elegance and balance. New World wines, commonly grown in warmer climates, are dark with inky extraction, high alcohol and overtly ripe fruit. This holds true for the most part, except when it comes to a certain atypical member of the New World: Long Island.

Fund-raiser for Programa Sueños at Love Lane Kitchen Features Chef Gerry Hayden

Last month, staff members from Love Lane Kitchen traveled to Guatemala on a mission to bring aid to the hometown of one of their own. Photographer David Benthal took some great pictures of the foods of San Antonios el Angel, where Jazmin Carrillo grew up. She wanted to help the village’s children have some of the advantages she has had, so she started Programa Sueños, charity whose goal is to raise education levels.