Duck Walk Vineyards’ March Madness wine sale is here, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Here is your chance to try a bottle of the best-selling white wine, the 2014 Riesling, which is great for both sweet and dry wine lovers. Or, grab a bottle of the 2013 Vidal Blanc, with notes of pineapple and honey to welcome spring. Also on sale this month is Duck Walk’s flagship wine, the Southampton White. If you’ve never tried Duck Walk Vineyards, now is the perfect time to have a taste. If you’re already a fan, you’re in luck! Both the Vidal Blanc and the Southampton White are also on sale by the case, so stock up for the spring. Duck Walk North is located at 44535 Main Road in Southold. Duck Walk South can be found at 231 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. Visit pindar.net and duckwalk.com to buy your bottles today.
Golden Eagle Art Store is having a sale this week! While supplies last, pick up Holbein Oil Paints for 30% off. Treat yourself to some quality paints, and browse the shop’s stock of top-of-the-line art supplies, children’s art materials and work by local artists and craftsmen. Shop Golden Eagle at 79 Newtown Lane in East Hampton, visit goldeneagleart.com or call 631-324-0603.
Hitting the shelves his April is a lush new book for fashion lovers. Vogue: The Jewellery is a lark through the most glamorous jewels that have graced the pages of British Vogue. Three hundred full-color images display jewelry of the highest fashion, from classic tiaras fit for a princess to edgy layered jewels of post-’90s extravagance. The book is curated into five thematic chapters: Show-Stoppers, Rock Chick, Minimalist, Exotic and Classical, showcasing the luxurious and bold statements jewelry has made throughout Vogue’s history. The book itself has a silver-blocked cloth cover, and is presented in a sleek black box, reminiscent of a jewelry box. Vogue: The Jewellery is distributed by Hachette Book Group and is available for pre-order on Amazon, or through your local bookstore. While you’re in the Vogue mood, check out Wainscott’s Grace Coddington’s newly reissued book, Grace: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue. The 408-page book showcases the finest of Coddington’s 30 years of work as a fashion stylist and editor at Vogue US and UK.
New Kids on the Block
Wading River is getting a special treat this spring with the opening of Hudson Market, a grab-and-go coffee shop and market featuring a variety of North Fork products. The shop will serve Aldo’s Coffee, cheese from Catapano Dairy Farm and milk from Goodall Farms. There will be a small area for guests to sit and enjoy their food and coffee, as well as ice cream and gelato. In the summer, owner Anthony Coates plans to bring in live music. He hopes Hudson Market becomes a cozy local touchstone for residents to sample quality local products, or simply sit and take in each other’s company. Hudson Market will open in April at 5 Sound Road in Wading River.
Word on the street is there’s a new shop opening in Riverhead. Set to open in late May, Taste the East End will feature products from local artists and artisan food makers, showcasing the unique food and art culture of Long Island. In addition to foodstuffs, the shop will sell local wines, jewelry, art, clothing and hard-to-find items, all made by artists in the region. Locals interested in featuring their creations in the shop can contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The grand opening is just a few months away. Find Taste the East End at 469 Main Street in Riverhead, right next to Hyatt Place Long Island/East End.
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