How to identify your favorite wine in New York City
When you think of the best New York wine, you might imagine that a lot of the country’s top appellations fall into two categories: the more expensive, high-end ones like Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon.
But, the most famous wine in the world has a slightly more subtle taste.
While the label of your favorite wines might have you thinking, “I want to taste some of that wine,” you’re more likely to find yourself looking for something that has a less prominent red hue and is more of a red wine.
The New York Wine Atlas shows you which wines are the most popular and which are the least.
In the past, the Atlas has included a list of the most expensive, but now it’s giving you the most-expensive and least-expensive wines in New England, a region that includes Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, and New York.
You can scroll through the list to see the most and least expensive New York wines by region and by country.