After Uncorked: How to Fix Your Long Island Wine Withdrawal (aka Local Wine DISCOUNTS!)

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First, we’d like to submit for the canon of material depicting how New Yorkers differ by zipcode Lisa McLaughlin’s recent piece for us on how Manhattanites drink wine by nabe. (Sit tight. She’s hard at work on the Brooklyn version.)

Second, we’d like to also reassure you that no matter whether you’re in 10010 or 10021, or whether you reside on the Isle of Manhattan or beyond, you’re never too far from a place to buy or order or sip Long Island wine. Just in case you are feeling some withdrawal after last week’s Brooklyn Uncorked (we sure are, especially for all the sparklers we tried), we assembled a list of partner wine shops in Manhattan and Brooklyn who have are offering classes, tastings, discounts and more, all in celebration of New York wine for the month of May. See a partial list below or the complete list on this handy calendar.

May 12, at Brooklyn Wine Exchange, Around the World Wine Club with Barbara Shinn of Shinn Estate Vineyards.

May 13, at Greene Grape, pours from Brooklyn Oenology.

May 15, at Brooklyn Wine Exchange, Red Hook Winery with Mark Snyder.

May 15, at Wine Therapy (which is offering a 10 percent discount on New York wines for the month of May), a tasting of Wolffer Estate Vineyards rose.
May 22, at Brooklyn Wine Exchange, Kareem Massoud of Paumanok Vineyards.
May 28, at McAdam Buyrite (which is offering a 10 percent discount on New York wines for the month of May), a tasting of Wolffer Estate Vineyards wines.
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Brian is the editor at large of Edible East End, Edible Long Island, Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn. He writes from his home in Sag Harbor, New York, where he and his family tend a home garden and oysters. He is also obsessed with ducks, donuts and dumplings.