For more than three years, Patrick Vaughn and Zack Klug have been working on opening the newest winery in New York’s Niagara winemaking region and releasing its first vintage.
Always wanted to check out the wine being made in your own backyard (AKA on the Niagara Wine Trail), but didn’t know where to begin?
We’re so grateful for boozy “spring” events in Western New York.
When it’s wine o’clock, here’s where to go!
Whether you’re a sipper or a slugger, there’s plenty to wine about in our region, and summer is the perfect time to plan a tour – or five!
Nothing sings summer like a good winery hop, and one of the must stop spots on the list is Spring Lake Winery in Lockport.
Nothing sings spring like a good winery hop.
Down a winding trail, past rows of tightly-bunched Riesling grapes – the Spring Lake Winery offers as many experiences as there are shades of leaves on a bright fall day.
We want you to get the most out of your dining experience. With that in mind we asked local wine expert Bill Thorton of McKinley Wine and Spirits what to keep in mind when ordering.
While Buffalo’s craft beer renaissance and craft cocktail scene are sexier than ever these days, it’s easy to forget about the third member of the Holy Trinity of Alcohol: wine.
A list of the best new bars opened in and around Buffalo, NY in 2014 based on atmosphere, drink menus, service and ability to have a darn good time.
It’s time to up your game. In these local classes, mind meets mouth while you’ll learn to cook, cocktail, home brew and taste like nobody’s business.
Who cares if summer’s “winding down”. We’ve got just the thing to take the edge off.
There are pleanty of participants in this spring’s RW where you can get really good wine by the glass or the bottle.
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