New York Wines run a series of events, both online and in-person throughout Europe, to showcase the fabulous wines and engaging personalities involved in the New York wine scene.
Our current series of events, namely our New York State of Wine webinar series, has now ended. You can catch up with all our previous webinars by using the links below to our dedicated YouTube channel.
We will be returning soon with our next series of events, so stay tuned for more exciting wines and times with New York Wines.
REWATCH PREVIOUS WEBINAR EVENTS
Previous events have including 3 series of the online webinars, New York State of Wine, focusing on the all aspects of making wine across the diversity in climate, growing conditions and wineries throughout New York. The series includes contributions from many New York wineries and led by London-based wine writer and author Jamie Goode.
Use the links and navigations to rewatch all our previous webinars in this series online or on our dedicated New York Wines YouTube channel.
New York State of Wine - series 2
Crafted in New York, but inspired from everywhere, New York is a unique community of passionate producers who approach winemaking with a multitude of personalities and backgrounds—they’re not alike, and they like it that way.
Wine has been made in New York since the 17th century and its unique history of hybrid cultivars paired with an increasing amount of planted vitis vinifera has positioned the region as one of the most diverse and resilient. In New York wines you’ll find subtlety, depth and nuance; it’s no surprise that they’ve found a place on the global stage, alongside other great wine regions of the world. These sessions will take a look at New York's star varietals, side by side with other great wine regions of the world, exploring the common threads as well as the varied approaches to viticulture and winemaking.
New York State of Wine - series 1
Diverse and bold, with a long history stretching back hundreds of years, New York is reinventing itself as an epicenter of dynamic winemaking.
The state is home to the first winery in the United States, and producers are drawing on that background to produce some of the most exciting wines in the country.
Wine has been made since the 17th century and since the 1950s a successful focus on quality has taken hold to the point that New York is gaining a well-deserved reputation as one of the world’s most transformative regions.
There is an incredible amount of diversity in climate and growing conditions: from Long Island, exposed to the Atlantic Ocean, to Hudson Valley, the historic heartland of New York wine, to Niagara and the Champlain Valley on the border with Canada, to Finger Lakes, which has established itself as a region that can compete with Germany, Austria, and the Loire Valley. Think cool climate, expect the unexpected.
Our New York State of Wine series of monthly webinars sought to showcase the diversity of the region through its wines and winemakers. You can rewatch these webinars on our YouTube channel by clicking on the links below...