Continuity & Renaissance

Continuity & Renaissance

Apr. 25, 2016| LIWC

Following a visit to the Long Island Wine Region, writer Jamal Rayyis highlights the style of East End Wines and celebrates some of the excellent winemakers who are leading the region into its second generation.

“Though American in spirit, Long Island wines are stylistically more European than Californian. Indeed, the climate, topography, and soil types closely resemble Bordeaux in parts.  What’s remarkable about Long Island viticulture is that whether one picks early or late, grapes stay in balance.”

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