Took a stroll through the Merlot vineyard today to see how their ripening is coming along, and check on the status of the grapevine canopy (that’s the term for the grape vine leaves that are trained on the vineyard trellis wires), and to pick some grapes in order to get a sample of individual berries …Read More >
It’s Day 2 of BOE’s Chardonnay harvest, with two tons coming in from Kings Mile Vineyard in Southold on the North Fork of Long Island. It’s been a gorgeous week, with really steady sunshine and only a bit of rain last Friday night – nothing to even think about.
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Here we go! It’s the BOE official start to the 2012 Harvest Season!
Today we’re hauling in the first two tons of grapes. They’re coming from a vineyard that I’ve worked with since the 2009 harvest; Block 1 of the old Gristina Vineyards plot in Cutchogue. Gristina Vineyards was one of the earlier players on the …Read More >
Now our Cab Franc rose’ has been bangin up the charts here at BOE for a couple months now. We just can’t get enough of its thirst quenching berry-winey goodness. We are also happy that the fruits and produce of late summer are fully …Read More >
YESSSSSS, this Sat. Aug. 18th we will have our 5th Oysterfest. With $1 oysters and $1 off 09 chard and 10 Social Club White this may be the happiest spot in Williamsburg. The shucking starts at 2pm and lasts until we run out. Its gonna be a good day and to get in the right head …Read More >
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This past patriotic holiday our Tasting-room employees Jonathan and Julia had the very special opportunity to go to an advance BBQ opening of Kings County Distillery’s new headquarters in a century old brick building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. We hear the Moonshine punch was to die …Read More >
This year our country’s birthday coincides with the most anticipated BOE release of the summer! You got it, the 2011 rose’ is out of the gates running. While we hold each and every BOE wine close to our hearts it seems that the public is particularly lusting …Read More >
There are many ,many reasons why one would choose to eat and drink locally. For us the choice is easy; we make our wine here and we love other wines made around these parts. The saying what grows together goes together has been proven …Read More >