Light, tropical, and food-friendly. There’s a reason I’ve always enjoyed Vinho Verde, and the 2021 Bico Amarelo is no exception.
Hard to imagine tasting a bunch of wine from New York and not trying some Riesling. So that’s where we are. See what I thought of the 2020 Peconic Bay Vineyards Riesling.
Not your usual crisp, effervescent Vinho Verde, but also one that’s worth paying attention to.
Light and tropical, this food friendly Viognier from the North Fork region of Long Island, NY is a departure from what you’re used to if you’ve been drinking Viognier from VA or CA.
A truly unique tasting of wines from Uruguay, featuring whites, reds, and a rose’ that will have you questioning what you think you know about wine.
A Bordeaux blend from the North Fork of Long Island in New York? Certainly a new one for me, but one I (and you) should keep an eye on.