A new focus on hospitality and the “wine tasting experience” has completely changed the way that visitors taste wine on Long Island.
This sophisticated bubbler is a teetotaler’s dream.
Wölffer Estate is distilling its winery’s essence.
Winemakers say their 2013 reds, just hitting the market now, will age up to 25 to 30 years.
Madison and Julia do the legwork. You just have to sit down and eat. Check out 6 more pairings here.
Locally sourced dishes and Long Island wine at must-visit restaurants.
New regulations enable wineries to exercise their distilling craft; expect gin and brandy soon from Sagaponack.
The Sagaponack winery has expanded to Argentina. Maybe they’ll never run out of rosé!
On May 28, local top wineries joined with some of Brooklyn and Manhattan’s best eateries for Brooklyn Uncorked, a tasting event of epic proportions.
You’ll never guess which one got the most votes! (You probably will.)
Where There’s Smoke There’s Competition: the 2014 Shelter Island Whole Hog Invitational.
Wölffer’s 1949 Chevy Cider Truck has been making the rounds, starting in New York City. This week, it’s hitting the East End. Meet up with the truck for the winery’s Cider Road Trip and sample Wölffer No. 139 Dry White and Rosé ciders.