Wine in New York: A History in the Tasting
Brooklyn Winery (213 N. 8th St., Brooklyn)
$15 in advance
Along with Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS), we are proud to present an exploration of the history of wine culture in New York by examining several wines produced by New York state wineries. This event will take place in the Parlor at Brooklyn Winery, which has the added benefit of giving attendees a picture window view of barrels of wine aging in our facility.
Celebrate harvest season by attending this panel, which includes special guests Ray Isle, Executive Wine Director of Food and Wine magazine; Talia Baiocchi, Wine Columnist at Eater NY; David Naczycz, founder of Urban Oyster, and a member of the Brooklyn Winery team. Each panelist will bring their own unique perspective on the qualities and history of these wines.
Tickets include a tasting of each of the wines discussed by the panelists.