Of all the reasons you can think of to eat local, the same applies to drinking local. Including that it’s affordable.
The guide was conceived to spotlight producers who make wine that respects tradition, the land and the body.
If you’re a first-timer, these three wines from the slopes surrounding Seneca Lake are a good place to start.
More and more city restaurants are substituting the Long Island cheese pumpkin for the ubiquitous butternut and acorn squashes.
NoMad’s wine director is releasing his second vintage of Empire Estate, made with 100 percent Finger Lakes riesling.
Depending on how far east you want to go, it’s easy to hit three wineries and have a good lunch in just a couple of hours.
The consorzio has an online tool to verify your vino.
Wine education at IWC is now recognized and regulated by the State Department of Education.
Gouguenheim Winery is making affordable Argentinian wine.
This pioneering family is a longtime leader in Long Island wine.
It’s a good time to like Mexican food if you live in Manhattan.
With Montauk’s Dock to Dish, chefs including Dan Barber, Bill Telepan, Eric Ripert and April Bloomfield help shorten the supply chain for local and sustainably caught fish.