Wine Blog

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020

The Lagrein Grape, Another Italian Star
In a tiny region of the Italian Alps sits a place called Alto Adige where the Lagrein grape is produced. This rare red wine is almost 250 times more rare than the Pinot Noir and is only planted on about 1,000 acres in the world. The flavor of a Lagrein is similar to a Syrah - Read More

Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

The Zinfandels of California
Zinfandel hasn’t always been the most popular kid in school but the state of California has helped to bring it to life. The Zin is a big, bright red wine that’s planted in 10% of all California vineyards. It’s got a pretty high alcohol content, one of the highest on the market, but that comes - Read More

Wednesday, May 6th, 2020

Virtual Tasting with the Iconic Robert Biale Vineyards
  We’ve recently kicked off our virtual tastings so we can still take you on tours of our favorite vineyards, and it’s been so much fun! If you haven’t had a chance to tune in, here’s a quick rundown of our virtual day trips: A tour of the grounds and behind the scenes peeks at - Read More

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020

Virtual Day Trips to Wine Country!
One of our favorite events to host is our Day Trips to Wine Country, which we usually would have started by now. Of course, Mother Nature has had other plans, but have no fear, we’re still taking day trips! Virtually!  During these virtual adventures, we’ll take you inside and behind the scenes at some of - Read More

Wednesday, April 15th, 2020

Wine Safety in Quarantine
Somehow we made it through March and are now headed towards the middle of April which means you’re probably talking to inanimate objects and swiftly moving through your wine stash. Now you’re faced with the challenge of figuring out how to safely procure some more without coming in contact with too many humans.  If you’re - Read More

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

Spice Up Your Quarantine with These Cocktails!
We’re all going on a couple weeks of isolation and quarantine, and if you’re like us, you’re probably looking for ways to get creative. Have you started bench pressing your dog? Making sandwiches out of the weirdest ingredients in the pantry? Don’t worry, no judgment.  Even your happy hour (or lunch hour because #airportrules) deserves - Read More

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

3 NY State Wines To Drink While Self Isolating: Support NY Wineries!
New York Wine Events’ mission is to showcase craft beverage makers and craft foods. We always seek especially to highlight the talents of such makers that are local to New York. In that spirit, we will be featuring New York State wineries and craft spirits makers over the next several weeks. Right now these makers - Read More

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020

Italy – The Wines of Veneto
In Italy, you’ll be hard pressed to travel a mile without experiencing some incredible wine. We like to believe our guides to each region can help you narrow it down a bit. So this wisdom drop is about the unbelievable region of Veneto, encompassing Venice and Verona. These two magical cities carry a lot of - Read More

Thursday, February 20th, 2020

The Adelaide Hills, South Australia
Australia is a pretty big country with almost 7.7 million square kilometers of land. There’s a whole lot of people in it too but what we’re looking at are the abundant wine regions throughout this southern continent. We’ve covered a few so far but this article is focused on the Adelaide Hills in Southern Australia. - Read More