5 Long Island Sauvignon Blancs for This Summer

There is a lot of delicious sauvignon blanc being made on Long Island in a variety of styles. After tasting

Long Island 2017 Season: Catching Up After a Slow Start

We’re two-plus months into the 2017 grape-growing season, a time when I always like to check in with local growers

EVENT: A Tour of Long Island’s Aromatic White Grapes Friday, August 4 at 6:00 p.m. @ Wines by Nature, Wading River, NY

As you may have read in Newsday or on northerforker.com (where I’m a contributor), I’m a small part of what

The Grapes of Long Island: Sauvignon Blanc

“We planted about five acres of sauvignon blanc because we couldn’t get any chardonnay until the next year.” And that,

Hound’s Tree Wines: Pushing the Envelope with European Varieties

Chardonnay, merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon and petit verdot. That’s what Alex Rosanelli, managing partner of Sherwood House Vineyards and

Video: TasteCamp 2015: Maryland Produced by Old Westminster Winery

TasteCamp is certainly mentioned here on the site — but I probably don’t do a good enough job talking about

Tastemaker: Diane Flynt, Foggy Ridge Cider

My “Tastemaker” series is dedicated to highlighting the true tastmakers in the North American beverage scene — not sommeliers, buyers

TasteCamp 2017: Maryland in Pictures

Only a week ago today, I was joined by thirty or so writers and wine trade folks in Frederick, Maryland

BREAKING: Standing Stone Vineyards Purchased by Owners of Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard.

I’m not normally in the business of breaking news here on The Cork Report — but sometimes you learn about

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