Since we’ve been spending so much time talking about drinks, we think it’s high time you joined the conversation.
It’s 2013 and the craft distilling movement continues to pick up speed. In our current issue, Amy Zavatto recommends some of the best of the old-fashioned yet New Age-y locavore spirits to try in the new year.
Last week in the Finger Lakes, the New York Wine & Grape Foundation invited a few adventurous and strong-backed sommeliers and wine writers to help with the 2012 harvest as part of a new exchange and education program among New York wineries and city-bound industry professionals. Our very own Amy Zavatto, Edible’s wine correspondent, was one of those lucky few who got to stomp some grapes.
A few words from editor Gabrielle Langholtz.
The Paumanok Vineyards founder ponders what happens after the rain.
The city’s most avid wine collectors store their treasured bottles beneath the Chelsea Market.
A slow process makes the best of less-than-perfect conditions.
Roman Roth is a choir tenor turned winemaker.