Monthly Archives: August 2011
DAY THREE It was a drier, sunny summer day. We started at Lenz in Peconic. Founded in 1978, this is one of the wineries I used to visit when I lived in Queens back in the 80’s. I had not … Continue reading
DAY TWO The weather at the start of Day Two was beautiful, with less heat but more humidity. Rain was expected later in the day so we got an early start. We pulled up to Corey Creek Vineyard in Southold … Continue reading
This was the summer I decided to become more knowledgeable about the wines from the region where I live – the east coast, more specifically, the northeast. I like to think I have a global view of the world and … Continue reading
During the summer I’ve been visiting the vineyards and wineries along the southeastern New England coast. It’s exciting to see what is being produced in New England now. They’re really getting a handle on cool climate grapes. Someday people will … Continue reading
Ask any of the organizers of the2nd Annual Live Free and Wine Festival put on by the NH Winery Association and they’ll tell you the event was a resounding success. The tickets sales and attendance were more than double the … Continue reading
For readers who did not attend the recent Wine Bloggers Conference in Charlottesville, VA I know all of these blogs flying around referencing the conference probably feels like enough already. Even the rest of the wine bloggers community is starting … Continue reading
Wines & Vines – Wine Industry News Headlines – Are Wine Scores Obsolete?.