Celebrate the end of Dry January with some bubbles.
Don’t save this sparkling wine for a celebration.
Say cheers to the new year with some bubbly made right on the East End.
With the help of a French winemaker and the angels, wine-based spirits are conquering Long Island.
Evolution and bubbles at a Sparkling Pointe tasting of wines from 2000 to 2006.
Gilles Martin of Sparkling Pointe is putting his Gallic stamp on local bubbly.
One in a series of getting to know the wine clubs of Long Island Wine Country.
Edible East End and Edible Manhattan are proud to release their first e-books, compilations of some of the best writing on subjects of most interest to our readers.
New York isn’t just cool – it’s cool climate, making it a great spot for stupendous sparkling wine. Here are a few favorites.
Participating wineries and breweries will pour their wares to go with the chefs’ creations.
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.