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Sep 19 2011

Visiting the Marlborough Wine Region

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Like wine regions in the United States, New Zealand is a relative newcomer to the world of wine-growing.  The New Zealand wine industry didn’t get any traction until the 1970s, but it’s been steadily on the rise ever since.  Beyond the up-and-comer stage, Marlborough wines have earned a solid, international reputation.

Marlborough wine country is the largest and most renowned wine region in New Zealand.  This region is characterized by a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and cool, mild winters that make it perfect for growing all kinds of grape.  The Sauvignon Blanc wines from this area are celebrated internationally, while Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris grapes also grow well.

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Sep 10 2011

A Beginners Guide To Homemade Wine

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Homemade Wine

Making your own wine is fun, and not as complicated as you might think. The most important thing to remember is sanitation. Soaking equipment in a diluted bleach solution will prevent a lot of disappointment later. Most of the items you will need can be purchased from a local brewing store or ordered online.

Homemade Wine Tips

 

1. Primary and Secondary Fermenters
These should be glass or plastic and hold at least 5 gallons. The secondary fermenter will need to accommodate a wine making air-lock.

2. Plastic Tubing
This should be several feet long.

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Jan 22 2011

Red Wine May Contribute to a 300 Year Lifespan

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Red Wine May Increase Life Span

Lovers of wine might already be aware that the resveratrol in red wine contributes to fighting food born illnesses.

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Now the latest DNA News is that by sequencing everyone’s genome that custom drugs with no side effects will be created.

The DNA studies that viticulturists have been engaged in regarding the sequencing of the Pinot Noir grape vine have created scientific certainties that centuries of grape growers sort of developed through trial and error, but now with DNA tests are able to be defined quite accurately.

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Mar 31 2010

I Love New York Wine

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Want to Know Which New York State Wine is the Best?

Many of you ask “Which New York State Wine is the Best?” Well that is where this website at NYuncorked.com comes in. We are here to help you make that decision.

You might have sampled vintages from some of the Long Island wineries, or the Finger Lakes wineries, the Niagara region wineries or any of the many other NYS wineries that are spread out all through the state and even in New York City.

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Mar 25 2010

Spring Lake Winery and the Vineyard Express Railroad

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What do you get when you mix several generations of wine making experience, an old gravel pit that you convert into a lovely lake, perfectly good unused farm land, a local passenger railroad terminal and a hard working family?  You get the Varallo family’s “Spring Lake Winery” located near Lockport, New York.

The story of this relatively new winery is told in a brochure available from the company titled, “Gravel to Grapes: The Story of Spring Lake Winery!” The Niagara Escarpment is famous for its late season Rieslings and Spring Lake has an award winning vintage already.

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Mar 25 2010

New York Uncorked: Pinot Gris

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When New Yorkers uncork a Pinot Gris they are literally uncorking a pinecone grey wine. The Pinot Gris is vitis vinifera species of the white grape variety. This grape has long been a favorite of European aristocrats and has gone through many name changes from Fromenteau to Szurkebarat then Rulander before the final name as we know today. This is also sometimes referred to as the “other white wine”.

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Mar 24 2010

New York Uncorked: Syrah

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When uncorking this powerful red wine a connoisseur enjoys the rich deep taste of a black fruit. The color of this fruit is the darkest among wine grapes in that it resembles black. The ancestry of this fruit comes from two little know vines of the dureza and mondeuse blanche from the southeastern part of France.

There are many different names this fruit is called including sirac, shiraz, syrac and serine to name a few.  There are also several legends about its true origin. Many of them have the wine originating in the Iranian town of Shiraz and then brought to the Rhone region of France, just when is debated.

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Sep 14 2009

American Vineyard and Winery

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Uncorked New York wines are an American Vineyard tradition. The American Vineyard and Winery is located in the Finger Lake region of New York State next to Cayuga Lake. The creating of their fine wines follows the traditions and heritage of over 5000 years of wine making history.

Joe Gober is the host and owner for over twenty years. He originally picked this spot because of the fertile glacial deposits left by the last ice age that are ideal for cultivating vines. The nearby lake has a positive effect on the surrounding climate that provides milder changes in the temperature to help prevent the fruit from being damaged due to erratic weather patterns.

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Sep 12 2009

Local Artist Creates Custom Wine Art

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Yesterday I was at a meeting with an associate web designer, Internet marketer near Ithaca, NY and overheard a conversation in another room where New York State Wine was being talked about.  So being naturally nosy decided to butt in, of course.

Wine Art Painted Candle

Wine Art Painted Candle

I was introduced to Andrea Presnell who is an exceptionally talented artist that creates custom made, Hand Crafted Wood Wine Boxes and Trays.  Each and every one of Angela’s creations are unique and one of a kind.  What started as a hobby has turned in to a business named Andrea’s Art Boutique and you may see some of her lovely works of art by going to her website at www.AndreasArtBoutique.net.

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Jun 26 2009

Finger Lakes Wineries

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All Finger Lakes Wineries have been reviewed here on NY uncorked previously, see the top tab for “FingerLakes Wine”.  Nestled in the valleys of the central and western parts of upstate New York State is a series of magnificent gem like bodies of water that are somewhat shaped in the layout on the map similar to fingers on a hand.  These beautiful pure water beauties were created millions of years ago as the glaciers of the ice age receded.  They afford the vineyards of the side hills a golden opportunity to grow some of the best grapes in the world as the waters help to temper the winters blasts and create the perfect growing climate for grapes.

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Jun 25 2009

Finger Lakes Wine Tour

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Uncorked New York wines are the main purpose of the Finger Lakes Wine Tour. This is a private transportation company that provides the means of transport for wine tours, proms, weddings and other occasions. There are both private and public tours available. Tours of Seneca, Keuka and Cayuga wine trails are on the list of services that this company provides.

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Apr 23 2009

Ackerly Pond Vineyards Peconic NY

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To uncork a New York wine is easy and accessible on Long Island.  Ackerly Pond Vineyards is located on the northeastern end of Long Island. Ray and Jill Blum opened this vineyard in 1999 with the vision of this region becoming filled with fruitful vineyards to create some of the finest New York State wines. Ray has been growing grapes and producing fine wines in the North Fork Long Island region for over 30 years. Since retiring both have devoted they’re time to cultivating their own grapes on eighty-five acres of vineyards in Southold and Peconic. Their secret to producing a fine wine is to know when to harvest the grapes. This is done when the sugar and acid levels reach optimum levels generally in the cooler months of September and October. This is the philosophy behind Ackerly Pond Vineyard.

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Apr 20 2009

New York Wineries are Well Represented with Vinifera Wine Cellars

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One of the New York wineries that is very well known is the Vinifera Wine Cellars which is New York State wine history itself. In 1962, Dr. Konstantin Frank founded Vinifera Wine Cellars. Dr. Frank’s research in the growing of grapes in a cold climate was essential to the establishment of the wine industry in the Finger Lakes region of New York. This family business is already in its third generation producing world-class wines that carry the traditions and quality that made this winery the cornerstone of the vineyard industry in America.

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Apr 16 2009

Lakewood Vineyard New York Winery

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To uncork a wine from this New York winery, over 57 years of grape cultivation is unleashed. Frank Stamp first planted the vineyards on the old peach and apple orchard in 1951. The Lakewood Vineyard is situated on the west side of Seneca Lake was the ideal place for several varieties of grapes including the French-American hybrid and Labrusca. As time went on new hybrids were added along with Vinifera. The commercial grape industry was treating this grower well when Monty, son of Frank, decided in 1988 to press the grapes and create their first vintage. In 1989 the winery opened for tasting and sales. Now with 4 generations of wine making experience in the family, the secrets of the vines and earth are still in use but safe.  The time-honored techniques including small barrels fermentation and aging are still in use today. This quality can be tasted and enjoyed by all that uncork a bottle of their fine wine.

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Apr 16 2009

The Standing Stone Vineyard

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With the purchase of the old Golden Seal Vineyard by Tom and Marti Macinski, the Standing Stone Vineyard was created. They followed the history of the land and previous vineyard to create award-winning vintages in just a few short years. Their first vintage of 800 cases sold out in just 12 weeks. Today production is about 6500 cases but the time-honored traditions of old-world wine making are still employed. The white wines fermentation is temperature regulated while the reds are still aged in American Oak barrels.

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Apr 02 2009

Chateau LaFayette Reneau Winery and Inn

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This vineyard at  Chateau LaFayette Reneau Winery is where one can uncork New York wines in surroundings with the feel of yesteryear. The old 10-room brick house was built in 1911, which provides a wonderful view of the vineyards from each room. The renovated barn/winery also has that century old craftsmanship that can be tasted in the wine.

Nestled on the banks of Lake Seneca, the vineyards are fruitful and the harvest bountiful. For those that wish to extend their stay the Inn offers overnight accommodations. Cell phones and alarm clocks are discouraged so the guest and patrons of the winery can truly enjoy this peaceful setting.

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Apr 01 2009

Uncork NY at Wagner Vineyards

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When you Uncork NY at Wagner Vineyards you will be sipping four generations of history and dedication to the wine creating process of the Finger Lake region. This vineyard is located on the eastern slopes of Seneca Lake and was started back in 1978 by Bill Wagner. As a life long resident of the area and grower of grapes has made this one of the finer wines available in the industry.

Bill’s unique style is even shown when he designed and built an eight-sided building to house the winery. All of the wines produced by the Wagner family are cultivated and nurtured under their direct supervision. This controls the quality to ensure only the best are used in the wine making process.

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Apr 01 2009

Uncork New York at Amberg Wine Cellars

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This is one of many New York State Wineries that have made the Finger Lakes area recognized through out the country with their great wines. Uncork New York at Amberg Wine Cellars.  This family-owned and operated winery was established 20 years ago. This family has over 40 years experience nurturing grapes into delicate wines. Knowing the grapes, soil, and conditions of the local climate in the Finger Lakes community ensures the creation of the finest vintages.

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Apr 01 2009

The Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards

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The Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards might only have been selling wines for just over 12 years but has a history dating back to 1852. From this family is a great line of wineries including the Great Western Winery of years past. As time moves forward the original farm and vineyards have been pieced out among the family members. Another vineyard in the area that is owned by another part of this same family is the Sawmill Creek Vineyard. The family members that own Hazlitt 1852 Vineyard are Jerry and Elaine Hazlitt. The experience and dedication of this winery comes from six generations of nurturing grape vines and operating wineries. They even remember the old foot stomping press way of make wine.

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Mar 31 2009

Uncork New York Wine at Fox Run Vineyards

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Uncork a New York wine on the steep slopes of Torrey Ridge and step back in time with a view of Seneca Lake from a Civil War Era Barn. Scott Osborn purchased this old dairy farm and planted the first grape vines in 1984 then named his creation Fox Run Vineyards. Scott is not only a strong advocate of wine but also of garlic for a healthier life style. In 1993, the old barn was converted to a modern wine making facility. This was used until a building was erected up the slope in 1996 because of the need to expand.

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Mar 31 2009

Another Great New York Winery, Glenora Wine Cellars

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This New York Winery, Glenora Wine Cellars, opened its doors in 1977 with a group of 4 investors. Today only one of the original investors, Gene Pierce has stuck through with the adventure that has seen his wines win as many as 75 awards in a single year. The production of great wines has grown from 5,000 cases that first year to 45,000 cases today.

Along with this success came expansion to include a 30-room inn for visitors to stay and enjoy the serene environment of Seneca Lake.  For dining enjoyment an elegant restaurant was added to satisfy those that do not wish to leave but need to eat while enjoying some of New York’s finest wines. For those that have a sweet tooth, they serve cherry cheesecake.

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Mar 31 2009

Uncork New York at Cascata Winery

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This Winery is the perfect place to uncork New York wines and enjoy art. Founded in 1995 by two retired college professors that believe their winery is the fusion of art and wine in a quaint boutique setting. David and Coralee Burch strive to achieve this by including on each vintage an original work of art on the label. This winery has also been awarded 23 separate medals for its wines throughout its history.

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Mar 30 2009

Atwater Estate Vineyards

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Ted Marks established Atwater Estate Vineyards in 1999. The vineyard was already established in the 1970’s and had changed hands from Bill Moffitt to Ed and Joanne Grow. The Grows operated the vineyard and winery under the label Rolling Vineyards until its closure in 1991. The vineyards were still cultivated and sold to surrounding wineries being purchased by Ted Marks.

Since the beginning, this vineyard has produced consistently clean wines with a limited harvest. With an average production of 8,500 cases a year careful attention to quality is maintained vintage after vintage.

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Mar 28 2009

Sheldrake Point Vineyard on Cayuga Lake

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This vineyard has a deep history of growing a bountiful harvest from the land. Situated on an old dairy and corn farm, this land has been fruitful for many centuries. With the vineyards reaching near the beach, the setting is referred to as the Sheldrake effect. With glacial sedimentary soil and the proximity near a deep body of water for a slower temperature change, this point of land has its own microclimate. This has lengthened the growing season by a full two week as compared to the surrounding counties.  Being on the eastern side of the lake also allows this piece of land to warm up faster than the west side which helps lessen the effect of frost.

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Mar 27 2009

Prejean Winery on Seneca Lake

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By uncorking this New York wine, you are opening the dream of an American from the greatest generation that ever lived. The Prejean Winery was the dream of Jim Prejean, a WWII veteran. After a lifetime of work, a retirement in a business that was his dream come true was fulfilled. With his wife this winery has truly been a labor of love.  The land was purchased in 1978 and planted the following year. With commitment and dedication this winery has flourished. All of the vines are hand tended and the harvest is hand picked to ensure the highest quality of grapes is only used in the Prejean creations.

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