Swedish sculptor Lars Widenfalk creates a piece of artwork at Sparkling Pointe in Southold. (Credit: Erika Peters)
Master sculptors from around the world are inviting North Fork winery-goers to watch them create new works of art amidst the vines — right before their very eyes.
The Artida Cultural Center and the Long Island Wine Council have teamed up with East End International Sculpture Symposium and I Love NY to present “Sculpture in the Vines.”
Our spring wine picks pose for a photo at Palmer Vineyards in Riverhead. (Credit: David Benthal)
As the snow melts and the weather warms, we all start thinking about the early spring bounty Long Island has in store for us. From leafy greens like the season’s first spinach to crunchier vegetables like radishes and asparagus to the first ramps and garlic scapes that shoot from the ground, we’re soon going to have a wide array of local produce to eat.
Bedell Cellars was one of several local wineries to pour at the event. (Photo credit: Krysten Massa)
Long Island Winterfest launched its 11th season with a kickoff party at Hotel Indigo East End Friday.
Jamesport Vineyards Petillant Naturel Albariño. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
Jamesport Vineyards has added a trio of unusual, easy-drinking sparklers to its portfolio.
Look for a pink grapefruit-colored syrah, an amber cabernet franc and a straw yellow albariño (the northforker favorite) made in the pétillant naturel style in the tasting room this fall.
A Jamesport Vineyards staffer pours some local selections. (Credit: David Benthal photos)
Now in its third year,
North Fork Crush Artisanal Food and Wine Festival returned to Jamesport Vineyards on Saturday, June 24.
More than two dozen wine producers gathered at the Main Road vineyard and offered samples of their wines — many poured by the winemakers themselves — and bottles for purchase.
We sent contributing northforker photographer David Benthal to capture the fun.
See the photos below.
Captian Bob Hamilton in one of Chris Hamilton’s most stunning photographs. (Credit: Chris Hamilton)
Looking for something to do on the North Fork this weekend?
A scene from the 2016 North Fork Crush. (Credit: New York Wine Events)
Want to tour Long Island Wine Country, but can’t figure out which vineyards to visit? Here’s a chance to enjoy more than 100 wines in one place.
Now in its third year, North Fork Crush Artisanal Food and Wine Festival returns to
Jamesport Vineyards on Saturday, June 24. (more…)