This pioneering family is a longtime leader in Long Island wine.
Our editors take us both backward and forward in time with stories of sad-but-true vintage recipes, local wine lore and soon-to-be 3D printers for home kitchens.
A year after Sandy nearly washed them away, Red Hook Winery is very much open for business.
If you couldn’t make it to the joyous sipping and supping fest that was Brooklyn Uncorked last week, check out this video recap. And remember that Long Island wine country is open all year long.
Can six o’clock get here already??? We’re ready to hear those corks a poppin’ and fill our plates with all sorts of decadent bites at tonight’s Brooklyn Uncorked, our annual celebration of Long Island Wine. Here are some photos from last year’s fun so you can get excited, too.
Long Island wine is bigger—and better—than ever.
Next month agronomist, vintner, and co-owner of Shinn Estate Vineyards, Barbara Shinn will be at the Museum of Natural History talking all things wine. She’ll discuss how to foster organic and biodynamic-based wine growing and why we should all aspire to such things.
At Edible Escape–our travel tasting party next month–we plan to wow your tastebuds with some worldly flavors. We’ve got a killer lineup, including food from Ukraine, olive oil from Spain, wines from Portugal, high-class Italian fare and so much more. But as much as we love to travel the world with our forks at the ready, we don’t want to overlook the bounty of flavor here at home.
If you’re like us, weather this great gives us the itch to dine outdoors. On August 10th we’re heading out to the East End for a night of ethnic eats and local beer and wines, all served a la food truck.
We’re gearing up now for a night of ethnic eats and local beer and wines on the East End, all served a la food truck. Join us as we stuff ourselves with everything from hibachi shrimp and local fish tacos to Italian pastries.
They say the East End is short on ethnic eats. Well, on August 10, we plan to change that when Edible East End presents the Great Food Truck Derby, in conjunction with the Hayground School in Bridgehampton.
Long Island’s second annual HARVEST fest includes a series of 10-mile dinners: Six meals at six different beautiful homes on the East End, each hosted by a winery and a local chef. (There’s also a not-to-be-missed Festival Tasting on September 17 featuring 20 restaurants and as many wineries.