Hundreds of readers joined us at Brooklyn Uncorked to taste wines hailing from the Finger Lakes and Long Island to right here in Brooklyn.
The event comes to Astor Center in NoHo on March 10.
Enjoying the first strawberries of the season is like jumping into cool water on a hot day. Combine with ice and champagne and few things are more refreshing.
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.
It’s the time of year for sharing wishes. Our staff list is inspired both by near and far, but undeniably has several common themes: what we like to eat, and how and where we like to enjoy it.
Martha Clara’s Clusters is a port-style wine made from a blend of merlot, cabernet franc and cabernet sauvignon.
Absinthe and oysters, the old way.
I couldn’t help thinking that for those who think biodynamics is a mysterious dung-filled bull horn of mystery (Bonterra actually uses a demure logo of the infamous biodynamic symbol on their single-vineyard series), listening to Blue, Chichocki, and Koball talk about it would make sense of the agricultural practice to even the most brow-furrowed doubter.
Enlightenment wines releases three new New York-sourced apple meads into the world — and 30 new shares of his CSA, too.
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.