Tag Archives: New York

Cabernet Franc: The Forgotten Father

Recently, I greatly enjoyed participating in #CabFrancDay on Twitter.  This day was founded by Lori Budd of Dracaena Wines and it takes place on the same day each year, December 4th, for reasons that Lori illustrates in one of her … Continue reading

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Because Something You Do Not Understand is Pointing You in that Direction

“But I did understand that sometimes you have to take risks, do something you are afraid of, and go for it. Because something you do not understand is pointing you in that direction.” – Martha Macinski, Standing Stone Winery The … Continue reading

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How important is it for countries and wine producing regions to have ‘signature wines’?

A few weeks ago, on September 28th, I went with a group of my co-workers to a couple of wineries on Long Island, New York. I had my first Long Island Malbec at Bedell Cellars and I have to say … Continue reading

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