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The Cork Club: August 2020 Selections – Uniquely Delicious Wines from Marin Brennan

Welcome to The Cork Club. I’ve partnered with a great wine and cider shop in Ithaca, NY – The Cellar d’Or –

North American Wine News – August 26, 2019

The Cork Report Headlines for Lesser Known Wines Forbes – 8/23/2019 – Post New York Wine Classic interview with a

Long Island’s 2018 Vintage So Far — We May Hate the Rain, the Vines Don’t

You’ve probably noticed that over the past month or so our local vineyards have gone from brown and drab to

Long Island Wine Press: How Long Island Viticulture and Winemaking Has Changed — And Where it Might be Going

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in the Long Island Wine Press. “There wasn’t any guidebook to make wine on

Bedell Cellars 2015 Cabernet Franc

Producer: Bedell Cellars Grapes: 100% Cabernet Franc Region: North Fork of Long Island AVA ABV: 12% Price: $45 * Review sample provided by the

4 Reasons Why Long Island Wine Has Never Been Better

By most measures, Long Island wine has never been better. I’m not saying that it’s all good — because it’s not.

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,

From the Archives: The War on Terroir and Wines of Mass Vinification by Rich Olsen-Harbich, Winemaker, Bedell Cellars

The following post, written by Bedell Cellars winemaker Rich Olsen-Harbich, was originally appeared on the New York Cork Report in

Tastemaker: Rich Olsen-Harbich, Bedell Cellars

I’m not sure that Rich Olsen-Harbich, winemaker at Bedell Cellars will ever let me live down the fact that I

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