Category: New York

Lieb Cellars Launches Long Island’s First Canned Wines Under Bridge Lane Label

I’ll be getting my first taste of Lieb Cellars’ Bridge Lane Rose from a can soon, but in the meantime

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

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

Wolffer Estate Vineyard 2016 Sauvignon Blanc northforker "Wine of the Week"

It’s almost summer (I’m choosing to ignore the weather we’ve been enduring lately) and with the change of seasons comes

Uncork the Forks: One signature variety or diversity? Discuss Originally Published 6/3/17 on northforker.com

I spent a few days in Charlottesville, Va., a couple weeks ago taking part in the Virginia Wine Summit, a

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