A view from Koenig Vineyards in Marsing, Idaho last fall. (Credit: Linda Paul/Flickr)
There are a lot of regions in the United States that have been anointed “the next big thing.” Long Island is on that list, of course. I’ve seen it said about the Finger Lakes and northern Michigan, too. And Idaho.
Yes, Idaho. It’s not all potatoes and trout streams, after all.(more…)
This week’s “Wine of the Week,” Anthony Nappa Wines 2017 White Pinot Noir ($20) has a bit of a cult following, both locally and in New York City, where Nappa has had success getting it on restaurant lists dating back to when the wine was still called “Anomaly.” (more…)
Some of my favorite columnists — in wine, sports and beyond — occasionally write columns that touch on a variety of topics, quick-fire style, rather than writing about a single topic. I like those columns, but have rarely written one myself.
However, as local vineyards swell with ever-ripening fruit that is soon to be picked, I have a lot of things I want to write about. So I’m going to give it a shot this week. (more…)
The Patchogue Beer Project is slated to open this fall. (Credit: BJ Gamboa)
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Patchogue has been making a name for itself as a go-to dining and drinking hub on Long Island. This fall, the village will add another reason for craft beer lovers to visit the vibrant downtown: The Patchogue Beer Project.