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New York Wines Can Age…But I’m Not Sure That Matters as Much Anymore

I don’t have an expansive wine cellar, but I do have one. It’s in a corner of my basement against

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

Wolffer Estate Vineyard 2017 Estate Rosé

Producer: Wolffer Estate Region: Long Island AVA Blend: 50% Merlot, 26% Chardonnay, 7% Cabernet Franc, 6% Pinot Noir, 5% Sauvignon Blanc, 3.5%

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.

A Tasting of 2001 Long Island Red Wines

Long Island’s 2001 vintage was remarkable mostly for how it ended. “We had 10 to 14 days of Indian Summer,”

Tastemaker: Roman Roth, Wolffer Estate Vineyard

This week’s tastemaker is none other than Roman Roth, winemaker and partner at Wolffer Estate. Roman has been making wine

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