A new focus on hospitality and the “wine tasting experience” has completely changed the way that visitors taste wine on Long Island.
When we think of sauvignon blanc, we don’t often think of its age-worthiness. But maybe we should.
Kelly Urbanik Koch relocated from Napa Valley to the North Fork in 2006—and has never looked back.
Peconic Baykeeper and Macari Vineyards recently teamed up to celebrate local sustainability.
Who needs Cupid when we have local wineries and North Fork Chocolate Company?
Technology is lending winemakers the tools to show us where the magic happens — and how.
Dig it! ?? #harvest2015 #northfork #nywine #syrah @macariwines A photo posted by Kelly Urbanik Koch (@kelly.koch) on Nov 2, 2015 at 3:38pm PST The…
A smooth collaboration between Caci’s North Fork and Macari Vineyards delivers a sweet treat.
It usually happens around the first week of May, but it’s been a weird winter. I’m talking about bud break, when the newly formed buds on grapevines finally break open and the leaves meet the sunlight to start the active part of the growing season.
The first wines of any vintage to be released are rosés, and Brooklyn Uncorked will give you the chance to taste 2013 bottles from some of the best producers. These wines will be fresh, light and bursting with the ripe fruit. Most have not been released to the public yet, but will be within the next few weeks. Here’s a preview:
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Forty years ago a car ride down the Main Road on the North Fork meant something quite different than it does today. The landscape was still agriculture, broken at intervals by small towns. But it didn’t mean wine country: there were no tasting rooms nor grape vines to the horizon.