Sip to your heart’s content and eat all you can.
From its distillers to its chocolatiers, Industry City offers open doors and freedom of space to tenants and visitors alike. Here’s what to check out.
From readings to summits to simple, seasonal cooking, there’s no reason to be bored.
Hundreds of readers joined us at Brooklyn Uncorked to taste wines hailing from the Finger Lakes and Long Island to right here in Brooklyn.
Our all-you-can-eat-and-drink wine tasting event is back for its tenth year.
This year we’re partnering with TasteNY, a program run by New York Ag and Markets to help promote food and beverage companies throughout the state.
There are so many events happening around the city at this time of year—and this week, the Edible editors share what’s on their radars.
The first wines of any vintage to be released are rosés, and Brooklyn Uncorked will give you the chance to taste 2013 bottles from some of the best producers.
In New York, we have reason to celebrate more than just local food. Our state is home to some of the country’s premier wine producers.
If you couldn’t make it to the joyous sipping and supping fest that was Brooklyn Uncorked last week, check out this video recap. And remember that Long Island wine country is open all year long.
Can six o’clock get here already??? We’re ready to hear those corks a poppin’ and fill our plates with all sorts of decadent bites at tonight’s Brooklyn Uncorked, our annual celebration of Long Island Wine. Here are some photos from last year’s fun so you can get excited, too.
With Brooklyn Uncorked mere days away (woo hoo!), I’m finding myself unendingly thirsty for local grapes. Over some Long Island fluke I’d picked up at the Southold Fish Market on my way back to NYC, I popped a Macari 2012 Sauvignon Blanc, which was great with my butter-seared fish with its crazy, straight-back notes of zingy lime, grapefruit, and tart apples.