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Thursday, February 21st, 2019

Featured Vineyard: Benmarl Winery
The Hudson Valley wine region is lush with fantastic wineries and beautiful vineyards, and it’s recently begun to make a national name for itself among the wine community. While more and more establishments pop up along the Hudson River, there is one winery that’s been there since the beginning. Cozied up in Marlboro, NY is - Read More
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Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Baco Noir: The Hybrid Unicorn
As we mentioned in the last article, hybrid wines are one of New York’s greatest assets in terms of the global wine industry. A key player in the hybrid community is Baco Noir, which happens to live in upstate New York as well. It was created by Francois Baco in the late 1800s by crossing - Read More
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Thursday, February 14th, 2019

The Hybrids of New York
The Noble Grapes (the six classic varietals that began the wine obsession back in the day) are obviously an essential part of viticulture and will always hold an important place in the past and future of winemaking. That said, this is 2019, and innovation is the name of the game. This can be in regards - Read More
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Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Baco Noir: The Hybrid Unicorn
As we mentioned in the last article, hybrid wines are one of New York’s greatest assets in terms of the global wine industry. A key player in the hybrid community is Baco Noir, which happens to live in upstate New York as well. It was created by Francois Baco in the late 1800s by crossing - Read More
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Thursday, February 14th, 2019

The Hybrids of New York
The Noble Grapes (the six classic varietals that began the wine obsession back in the day) are obviously an essential part of viticulture and will always hold an important place in the past and future of winemaking. That said, this is 2019, and innovation is the name of the game. This can be in regards - Read More
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Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

NY Drinks NY Grand Tasting 2019
If you’ve been following along with your articles, then you know just how much we love New York wines and wineries. This state is a mecca for new and innovative creations, as well as classic and elegant centuries old varietals, and we are here for all of it. One of the organizations that support the - Read More
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Saturday, February 9th, 2019

The Favorite Wine(s) of the Romans
The Romans, as we know, are the ancestors of culture. Through the language of Latin, the architectural influence, the brilliance of engineering, and of course, the glorious art of viticulture, the effects of the Romans are still found consistently throughout modern society. In ancient Roman culture, wine was a “democratic” drink, and was offered to - Read More
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Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

The Wines of Sicily
The faraway land of Sicily is one that that has caught international interest for hundreds of years. Throughout the centuries, the now-Italian island of Sicily has been under the rule of many different countries, which has helped to develop quite the rich cultural history. Starting in 8th century BC, Sicily was originally colonized by the - Read More
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Friday, February 1st, 2019

What Makes Barolo Red Wines So Great
In our previous article about the Piedmont wine region of Italy, we discussed a few of the world-famous wines that are made there, one of them being the Barolo. Because there are so many wonderful grapes and wines from that region, we didn’t have much time to discuss the true joy that is the Barolo, - Read More
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