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LaughNYC Hosting Two Hilarious Nights On The North Fork Featuring Wine And Comedy

by Nicole Barylski
Happenings - LaughNYC is coming to the North Fork for two hilarious evenings of comedy at Long Island wineries.


Long Island's Wine Country Has "Taste North Fork" Over Veterans Day Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
Happenings - Head to Long Island's Wine Country for special events at local wineries, shops, restaurants, and galleries over the holiday weekend.


Hamptons & North Fork Vineyards: Wine & Music Always A Great Time!

by T.J. Clemente
On The Vine - Live music blended expertly with wine tasting at many Hamptons and North Fork vineyards is now a smart, popular way to cap off a day of vacation, or work to relax.


Art Auction To Benefit Southold Historical Society

Culture - The annual art auction, featuring the works of both living and past artists of eastern Long Island, is being sponsored by the Southold Historical Society.


Hotel Indigo Is Ground Zero For Winterfest 2012

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Top Stories - Now in its fifth year, Winterfest/Jazz on the Vine has become the must attended event on the North Fork in the winter with Hotel Indigo as ground zero for jazz and wine lovers from all over the Northeast.


Long Island Merlot Shines Among Top Merlots Of The World

On The Vine - Long Island merlots and merlot-based blends from the 2007 vintage proved their place among wines from other regions of the world known for the varietal, including Pomerol and St. Emilion in France, Napa Valley in California, and the Columbia River in Washington State.


Uncork The North Fork

by Nicole B. Brewer
Dine and Vine - There is no shortage of wine tour companies making the rounds each weekend in the fall offering transportation, clinking glasses, and lovely vistas at every turn. If you want a truly memorable experience tasting wine, vodka, and champagne along the way travel luxuriously with Hotel Indigo and be treated like a true VIP.


Southfork Kitchen Opens In Bridgehampton At Last

by Ralph DiGennaro
Main Articles - Buschel is savvy enough to recognize major talent when he speaks to it, and he hired Isidori on instinct and a gut feeling that he and the young chef could be of one mind in finalizing the Southfork Kitchen's culinary concept.


Long Island Wineries To Celebrate 'Harvest' This Fall

On The Vine - Whether you're a wine lover or a passionate locavore, you'll want to clear your calendar for September 24 and September 25. That's when the first-annual HARVEST: Wine Auction and Celebration of Long Island's East End takes place. Enjoy the wine-and-food bounty of a world-class wine region.


Billy Johnson And Teddy Charles Make Jazz Come Alive

Live Music View - Thanks to support from the Jazz Foundation of America, the East End Arts Council will continue to hold monthly Jazz Improv sessions with master musicians Billy Johnson and Teddy Charles.


Who Let The Dogs Out? 'Winery Dogs Of New York' Did!

by Eileen Casey
Top Stories - Who let the dogs out? Elaine Riordan did - as she has written a beautiful homage to the four-footed workers and companions of vineyards across Long Island, Hudson Valley and the Finger Lakes. With photography by Andrea Jacoby and Marjorie Adams this is a doggone good read.


Louisa Thomas Hargrave Named Honorary Member Of The Long Island Merlot Alliance

On The Vine - The Long Island Merlot Alliance proudly welcomes Louisa Thomas Hargrave as an honorary member of the Alliance. She is the first wine professional to be admitted as an individual.


Borghese Vineyard Joins LI Merlot Alliance

On The Vine - Now with Castello di Borghese on board, the Long Island Merlot Alliance includes seven quality wine producers.


News You Can Eat

Food News - Whether you check out the new restaurant at Cooper's Beach, stop by Citarella for a picnic basket, grab a SoulCooler or try the pre fixe at Rugosa, this weekend's fare promises to be seasonally inspired and just right for you Fourth of July festivities.


Budget-Friendly Long Island White Wines

by Lenn Thompson
On The Vine - Long Island wines get an unwarranted bad rap when it comes to value, referred to as quality-to-price ratio, or QPR. This week, we'll focus on bargain white wines, which we'll define as those that cost $15 or less. We'll also include rose, which are really white wines made with red grapes after all.


There's More To Red Wine Than Just Merlot

by Lenn Thompson
Life & Style - Merlot might not be the grape that puts and keeps Long Island on the world wine stage. Blasphemy you say? Well, there is mounting evidence that no matter what local grape growers and winemakers will tell you, Long Island may be best known for its cabernet franc wines one day.


The Royal Art Of Annie Wildey

by R. B. Stuart
People in Focus - UK born fine artist, Anne Wildey, relocated from Britain to New York in 1989 to pursue portrait artistry while working for the British Consulate. When seeking inspiration, Wildey found her way out to her Southold studio on the North Fork where she’s spent her downtime over the last five years.


Running Through Wine Country: Long Island Style

by Brian Bossetta
Main Articles - Topping my list of reasons why I love Long Island Wine Country is the environment it provides me in which to run. And running through the vineyards on fall evenings is heaven.


Celebrate Father's Day in Wine Country

by Lenn Thompson
On The Vine - Sunday is Father's Day—and thanks to the four-month old who currently runs our household, this is my first Father's Day as a father. Father's Day gifts aren't as easy to choose as those for Mother's Day. My wife is planning a day in wine country for our little family and my parents—who will be in town—as well. Sometimes it's the simple things that make the best gifts.


Put Away Your ABC Card

by Lenn Thompson
Bridgehampton - You might think that you don't like chardonnay, but fact is, you've probably never really tasted this most noble of all white wine grapes. Lucky for us, several local winemakers prefer to deliver a product full of the grape's true character. So leave your ABC (Anything But Chardonnay) membership cards at home and try a couple of these.


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