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From the Archives: Tasting the Past and Possible Future of Finger Lakes Saperavi at Standing Stone Vineyards

Editor’s Note: I like to occasionally dip into more than a decade of content from my old New York Cork

From the Archives: Teroldego: The Story Behind a Red Wine Curiosity

Editor’s Note: I like to occasionally dip into more than a decade of content from my old New York Cork

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

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,

From the Archives: “Local with Local” Heart & Hands 2007 Barrel Reserve Pinot Noir and Pan-Seared Duck with Cranberry-Clove Relish By Chef Debra Whiting

Welcome to this week’s “From the Archives” — a near-weekly series where I dig through more than a decade of

Replacing Unwanted Vines with Better Varieties Field Grafting Offers Solution for New York Producers

Editor’s Note: Welcome to “From the Archives” — and almost-weekly look back at content published over the 10+ years of

From the Archives: The New York Cork Report 2010 Wines of the Year

Every Thursday, I’m going to re-publish a story from my old site, The New York Cork Report. This week’s piece

From the Archives: Merlot vs. Cabernet Franc

For this week’s “From the archives” feature, I’m republishing a story that I wrote and originally appeared on the New

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