Traditional meets top-of-the-line in this 4,000-square-foot Victorian with Old World ambience. Impressively sited on just shy of two acres in the heart of Long Island wine country, its aesthetic is a rare find on the North Fork.
“It is very regal,” said listing agent Nicole LaBella of Town & Country Real Estate. “It is not a typical North Fork style home with cedar planking. It is more like a palace.” (more…)
Peter Treiber Jr. recalls his father planting a vegetable garden with a handful of fruit trees and tending to beehives at his childhood home in Sea Cliff.
That hobby yielded fresh food that found its way onto the Treiber family dinner table every spring and summer throughout his youth. The home harvest also seeded a passion for growing and sharing bounty that would become the foundation for the family’s next venture: organic farming.(more…)
This week’s Wine of the Week is a bit of an oddity for two reasons.
First, it’s made with certified organic grapes — from Rex Farr’s vineyard in Calverton. Second, it’s 100% malbec, a grape that you’ve no doubt tasted before, either by itself from places like Argentina or the Cahors region of France, or in most any local red blend. (more…)
Chef Greg Ling in the Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. Kitchen in Peconic. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
Veteran North Fork chef Greg Ling is the new executive chef at Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. Ling signed on to helm the kitchen at the Peconic restaurant and tasting room earlier this month. The first order of business was to expand the pub-style menu, adding in some of his signature Asian influences with appetizers like Peconic Escargot and wild shrimp wontons and a Korean fried chicken sandwich. (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…)