Image: Leon Millot harvest at Hid-in-Pines Winery’s Bordeaux Family Vineyard.
Harvest has been in full swing and the wineries are now producing prodigious amount of carbon dioxide…don’t hold your breath though, most ferments have a long way to go.
In the meantime, check out some recent news about the New York beverage scene from a lowly apple press to his high holiness.
Seacoast Online – 9/24/2015
JoAnn Actis Grande touts riesling to her coastal constituency and her examples from Gunderloch Estate and Dr. Loosen in Germany were joined by Ravines and Dr. Konstantin Frank in the Finger Lakes.
Cape Gazette – 9/26/2015
Vintages of vintages of Hermann J. Wiemer were the focus of a recent wine event at a long-standing popular restaurant, Sedona, in Bethany Beach on the Maryland shore.
The Taste of Fall Wine Walk – October 3, 2015, 4-8PM – Batavia, NY
16 New York producers will represent and will each pour a red and white wine at stops along the walking path…just be safe and do the math.
CheersNY – October 3-4, 2015 – Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY
A wide array of beer, wine, cider and food products from New York will be available at the Brooklyn Eats marketplace…and samples are unlimited.
This Saturday and Sunday we will be having our Grape Stomp Festival and would love it if you'd join us! It's a fun way to enjoy an Autumn afternoon in the Hudson Valley, drink some great wine, and make memories with family and friends. Tickets are $15 in advance/$20 day of and include a glass of wine or a wine tasting, grape stomping, a logo glass, and live music! *Food Truck. Jumping Castle for Kids. Bonfire. Craft NYS Beer & Wine*