New York State of Wine Webinar Episode 7
Your search for a cool climate region producing world class Riesling and Pinot Noir is over, and it’s not where you imagined. The region, hiding in plain sight for far too long, is now waiting to be discovered - Ladies & Gentlemen, New York!
The New York Wine & Grape Foundation (NYWGF) are holding a series of webinars to educate both trade and consumer about their wine. Wine has been made in New York State since the 17th century and it is here that the Dutch first planted the vitis vinifera in north America. New York State has five sub regions and 11 AVA’s (American Viticultural Areas). They are: Finger Lakes, Cayuga, Seneca, Long Island, North Fork, The Hamptons, Hudson River, Upper Hudson, Niagara Escarpment, Lake Erie and Champlain Valley of New York
New York State is third largest wine producing region in the United States; cool climate, it has 35,000 acres of vineyards (14,165 ha) and 471 wineries.
Please join NYWGF on 16th June for the next New York State of Wine webinar, which will examine the food-friendly nature of the wines from New York state.
Wednesday, June 16 | 5.00-6.00PM (UK)
Ex-Pat New Yorker Dan Belmont, owner of Good Wine x Good People in London, will present this lively session about the food-friendly nature of the wines from New York state. Dan will lead the discussion alongside winery representatives from across the state, all producing cool-climate, high acid, foodie wines.
Dan will talk to:
Mario Mazza, Mazza Vineyard - Lake Erie
Matthew Spaccarelli, Fjord Vineyards – Hudson River
Scott Osborn, Fox Run Vineyards - Seneca Lake