Of all the reasons you can think of to eat local, the same applies to drinking local. Including that it’s affordable.
If you’re a first-timer, these three wines from the slopes surrounding Seneca Lake are a good place to start.
The New York Wine and Culinary Center will be sourcing their ingredients almost exclusively from New York State while supporting several different farms.
This pioneering family is a longtime leader in Long Island wine.
The event comes to Astor Center on March 10.
Brooklyn Uncorked is an amazing celebration of this spirit and the talent, and Southold Farm + Cellar will be there for the first time pouring out their wine (and, well, to be all sticky-shmoopy about it, their heart).
Run by mother-and-daughter team, One Woman Wines has been a leader in sustainable winemaking. Join us at Brooklyn Uncorked next week and try their newest vintage.
Inside Back Label Wine Merchants’ massive 3,000-square-foot location are shelves upon shelves of wine (with even more stacked in the back), separated with the back label of the bottle (hence the store’s name) in mind.
When buying wine, it’s easy to stick to what you know. But wine director Dustin Wilson of Eleven Madison Park, believes you can stick to what you love while still getting a bit out of your comfort zone.
Our 13 most read stories of 2013 cover all of the Edible bases. They took us around the world — both by yacht and by plane — where we sampled everything from North African salad to Romanian rosé.
New York’s cool climate makes it a great spot for stupendous sparkling wine. Here are a few favorites.