Not Bordeaux or Burgundy: Long Island Wine is Long Island Wine — And That’s More Than Enough

As of last week — March 14 to be precise — I’ve been writing about wine for 14 years and

Roanoke Vineyards 2015 Theory and Practice

For all of Long Island wine’s diversity, both in grapes and in styles, it’s rare that you find a red

North American Wine News – March 17, 2017 The Cork Report Headlines

Check out all of the North American wine news worth knowing this week. Vermont Biz – 3/16/2018 – Vermont House

The Cork Club: March 2018 Selections Fjord Vineyards 2016 Albarino | Hermann J. Wiemer 2013 Cuvee Brut

Did you know that I have my own wine club? I do! I’ve partnered with my friends at The Cellar d’Or in

From the Archives: Some Finger Lakes Wineries Favor Synthetic Corks for Their Best Wines. Should They?

Editor’s Note: With more than a dozen years of great content over on my old site — the New York

Lieb Cellars 2016 Pinot Blanc Reserve

Producer: Lieb Cellars Region: North Fork of Long Island AVA ABV: 11.9% Price: $22 * Review sample provided by the winery

North American Wine News – March 12, 2017 The Cork Report Headlines

Here’s the North American wine news you need to know about — without the useless fluff. Wines In Niagara –

Krista Scruggs is Infusing New Blood into Cold-Climate Wine

Krista Scruggs made her first trip to Vermont two years ago to continue her self-education in wine growing and winemaking.

Tell Your Story: Wineries Need to be More Self-Aware and More Authentic

If you’re a regular reader of this site, you might remember that one of my wine-related resolutions for 2018 was

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