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  • The Nectar Of Summer, Rosé Is Unique In Color And Taste

    The Nectar Of Summer, Rosé Is Unique In Color And Taste

    PAWLING, N.Y. -- Rosé, sometimes called "the nectar of summer" or "summer water" by wine experts, is beginning its seasonal rise in popularity as the weather begins to heats up. "Rosé is the summer's most popular wine because it's simple in the glass, has a great taste and is extremely versatile," said Louie Ingles, manager of Wineology of Pawling. ...

  • Vino From Brooklyn? City Winemaker Brings Urban Vintages To Hudson Valley

    Vino From Brooklyn? City Winemaker Brings Urban Vintages To Hudson Valley

    PAWLING, N.Y. -- Brooklyn Oenology Winery doesn't follow the lead of wine makers in the Napa Valley, Bordeaux or Tuscany. Instead, the Williamsburgh-based winemaker looks to the subway and sidewalks when seeking inspiration for their uniquely urban libations.Founded in 2006 with the mission of staying local, Brooklyn Oenology -- or BOE -- uses grapes from vineyards in the greater New ...

  • Wineology Offers Hard Cider Tastings As Fall Approaches

    Wineology Offers Hard Cider Tastings As Fall Approaches

    PAWLING, N.Y. -- As the summer quickly comes to an end, many people are packing up their beach bags and trading in their swimsuits for button-downs. That doesn't mean all the fun has to end though. The team at Wineology wants to share the experience and flavors of fall with hard cider, along with free wine and craft selection tastings every Friday and Saturday.While popular summer ...

  • Wineology Spills The Secrets Of Wine And Cheese Pairings

    Wineology Spills The Secrets Of Wine And Cheese Pairings

    PAWLING, N.Y .-- One of the best ways to entertain guests and enjoy a light meal with family and friends is to host a wine and cheese gathering. While pairing wine and cheese has become an age-old tradition, many wonder how to pick cheeses that complement each wine. Below the experts at Wineology offer some advice on how to put together the perfect pairs. First of all, there is usually ...

  • Wineology Talks Wine: Why Rosé Is A Summer Favorite

    Wineology Talks Wine: Why Rosé Is A Summer Favorite

    PAWLING, N.Y. -- While every wine has its place in a collection, it's a widely accepted truth that Rosé is the best go-to wine for the summer. The refreshing, sweet taste is perfect for so many outdoor occasions, making it one of the most popular wines of the season. Below Wineology experts explain the rise of the pink wine and why it leaves consumers wanting more.America has become the ...

  • Wineology Offers International Wine Breakdown

    Wineology Offers International Wine Breakdown

    With the World Cup quickly approaching and international games already taking place, there is no better time to list the best wines from some of the best wine-producing countries. Wineology takes a trip around the world to take a closer look at what makes each country's wine region special.SpainSpain is one of the world's top leaders in both production and consumption of wine, and they ...

  • Plan Your Plate: What Food To Pair With Wine

    Plan Your Plate: What Food To Pair With Wine

    PAWLING, N.Y.-- Wine is a delicacy which must be paired correctly in order to provide the best tasting result. In many cases, the type of wine to pair with food directly affects how satisfying a meal is. Here, the experts at Wineology offer a definitive list of which wines and foods pair best.The most common wine to pair with meat is a dark, rich, red wine like a Cabernet Sauvignon. ...

  • What Makes My Red Wine, Red? Wineology of Pawling Explains

    What Makes My Red Wine, Red? Wineology of Pawling Explains

    PAWLING, N.Y. -- On your next grocery trip, find both a green grape and red grape and squish them between your fingers. You'll see the juice of both is surprisingly clear. How then do winemakers give chiantis and cabernets a rich red hue while others remain translucent? It turns out, the answer is in the skin.According to the experts and Wineology in Pawling, during the traditional wine ...