Long Island wines don’t get much press, but some of them are pretty good, and given how much locavore sentiment is floating around nowadays, they deserve more attention. For that reason, Edible Brooklyn will for the second straight year be presenting Brooklyn Uncorked, a tasting event to be held on Wednesday, May 14, at BAMcafé. It’s not all wines, either: Edible Brooklyn wants the world to know that the event also includes “Long Island and Brooklyn microbrews, plus tastings from a dozen favorite Brooklyn restaurants, cheesemongers, potato chippers, sorbeteers, and other artisanal grub.” Visit Edible Brooklyn to buy the $50 tickets and to get more information.
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