From the NYCR Archives: It’s Time for Gender Equity in the Cellar Originally Published in March 2015

Editor’s Note: Before launching this site, I published the New York Cork Report for more than a decade. Just about every Thursday,

Hudson-Chatham Winery 2015 Old Vines Masson Place Vineyard Pulteney Farm Baco Noir

Steve Casscles, winemaker at Hudson-Chatham Winery, has been growing grapes — focusing hybrids and grapes that he refers to as

Tastemaker: Rachel Stinson Vrooman | Stinson Vineyards

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

Long Island Merlot Alliance 2016 Rosé

For some people, rosé is a strictly seasonal affair. You start drinking it around Memorial Day and by Tumbleweed Tuesday

Does Long Island Wine Need a New, Quality-Focused Trade Organization?

Most wine industry in America — and in the world, really — have sort of trade organization formed to support

Lenz Winery 2010 Old Vines Merlot

If you’ve been drinking Long Island wines for very long, you’ve most certainly heard a winemaker or tasting room staffer

Mikhail Lipyanskiy Joins The Cork Report as Photographer

I’m a writer — not a photographer — and I think that’s shown over the years. I can occasionally get

The Cork Club: September 2017 Selections Lieb Cellars 2015 Reserve Merlot | Red Tail Ridge 2016 "Sans Oak" Chardonnay

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

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