I grew up in Buffalo, so I have long associated New York wines with what they perhaps used to be known for – sweet, cloying reds and weird labels from Bully Hill. Old prejudices are hard to kick. I'm ready to step into today's...
Jun 21, 2013 — Amid Wednesday's flurry of action in Albany, a bill passed that creates an official Adirondack Coast Wine Trail. According to the New York State Wine and Grape Association, more than five million people visit New York wineries every year.
The Adirondack coast in question is on Lake Champlain. The designation highlights seven wineries and a cider mill in Clinton County.
And there's room for more, says Colin Read, co-owner of Champlain Wine Company and North Star Vineyard. He told David Sommerstein the area chamber of commerce has a map and website for the new wine trail. Go to full article