On September 1, Ali Tuthill will become the new executive director of the Long Island Wine Council.
Anthony Sannino’s in-depth winery tours are known to be among the best in the region.
Winemakers say their 2013 reds, just hitting the market now, will age up to 25 to 30 years.
Ali Tuthill brings experience from years in New York with large companies.
Last year, we got powerful and passionate responses to our vote for your Local Heroes on the East End. For the past few years,…
Location is a potential home for the Riverhead Farmers Market.
Ron Goerler Jr. stopped by Taking Stock on the Bloomberg news channel last week to talk about the the Long Island wine region. He answered basic questions about the soil, the climate, the grape varieties and had a chance to talk about Jamesport Winery, which was started by his father in 1981.
In its fifth year HARVEST has taken on a new partner. The Long Island Wine Council and the nonprofit HARVEST East End are partnering with Dan’s to put on Long Island Wine Country’s signature event on Saturday, August 23. The event, now called Dan’s HARVEST EAST END, will remain in place on the North Fork at McCall Ranch in Cutchogue. This year’s honorees are chef Tom Schaudel and New York Times food writer Florence Fabricant.
Fasten your seat belts, wine lovers. The Long Island Wine Council has partnered up with Delta Airlines to promote our fine island’s wine and it’s sure to be a wild ride.
Q. What do a 3-liter bottle of 1990 La Grande Dame Champagne and new legislation for New York State’s “farm-based beverage sector” have in common? A. They’re both relevant to Long Island wine, and they’re both rather dry. In a good way!
To protect place names, in 2005 the Joint Declaration to Protect Wine Place Names & Origin was signed in Napa Valley. Since then 19 regions have signed the declaration including Long Island, which joined in 2010.
Each year Edible Communities, the family of local food magazines, of which Edible East End is a member, gives its readers an opportunity to acknowledge and recognize the dedication and work of our local heroes: the farmers, chefs, merchants, food artisans and nonprofit organizations that feed us.