HRHCare Sustainable Rosé Tasting
Jun
6
6:30 PM18:30

HRHCare Sustainable Rosé Tasting

Hudson River Health Care is excited to host Honoring the Hands 2019 at Wölffer Vineyards in Sagaponack! The event will feature Long Island's first sustainable Rosé Tasting, with all proceeds benefiting the HRHCare Foundation's Agricultural Workers' Health fund. Through this fund we provide critical health care services to local agricultural workers and their families. Over the past four years, funds raised at this event have allowed us to purchase a mobile health center to better serve our most vulnerable patients on Long Island. We are grateful to all who support us in making a difference in the lives of so many.

Participating wineries include Bedell, Lieb, Martha Clara, Onabay, Palmer, Paumanok, Roanoke, Shinn, Sparkling Pointe and Wölffer.

 
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Earth Day Celebration
Apr
20
12:00 PM12:00

Earth Day Celebration

Raise a glass to Mother Earth at the Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing Earth Day Celebration! This family-friendly event will include a tasting of Certified Sustainable wines and eco-friendly activities that are fun for kids and adults alike! Plant your own pollinator habitat this spring with a DIY Wildflower Seed Bomb! Upcycle your used wine corks with a DIY Wine Cork Succulent Planter! Learn how local winegrowers are going green!

Participating vineyards include BedellHarbesLiebMartha ClaraOnabayPalmerPaumanokRaphaelSanninoShinn and Wolffer.

Ticket includes tasting flight + activities // FREE for children

Food Truck & Tap Room menu available à la carte.

Featuring Brew Dr. Kombucha.

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Wine and Climate from the Past to the Future with Dr. Benjamin Cook
Mar
7
9:00 AM09:00

Wine and Climate from the Past to the Future with Dr. Benjamin Cook

Dr. Benjamin Cook is a climate scientist at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies. He specializes in the study of drought and the role of the land surface and vegetation in the climate system, including how climate change is likely to affect ecosystems and agriculture. His lecture will illuminate the historic relationship between drought, temperature, and the timing of wine harvest and examine how this relationship has evolved over time due to the influence of climate change.

A continental breakfast will be served.

Tickets $30 // Free to LISW members


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