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The Cabernet Sauvignon “is light and laced with some herbal nuances” while the Cantina “has a certain Old World ‘house wine’ feel to it–the bottle that someone goes into the backroom to fetch, claiming it was vinified just for them.” Squires also states the Cantina, which is one of our signature blends, has a “nice balance and some structure, plus lovely texture that makes it more sensual as it goes along. Bright and lively, it is has an appealingly juicy finish, too.”

“My favorite of the winery’s offerings this issue, this has a wonderful feel of older (and old style), maturing, Right Bank Merlot. Bright, very crisp (perhaps to a fault) and showing all that slate, earth and a bit of game, it is a pretty nice imitation up to a point. It has characters” he says of the Merlot. Of the TRE, Squires says “this is probably the deepest of the winery’s offering this issue,” adding “elegant and bright, it is well put together.”

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Edible Long Island - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

Mark Squires Reviews Diliberto Wines for Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

Celebrate Italian-American culture with unique wine pairings, cooking demonstrations, musical performances and more during Diliberto Winery‘s “Italian Experience” series this summer. 

NorthForker.com

Diliberto Winery featuring Italian food, music all summer long

“Pull up a seat — there’s always room for one more at Grandma’s.
That’s the inspiration behind a series of weekly Sunday afternoon Italian cooking-eating-drinking gatherings at a North Fork winery.
‘Sundays were really about spending the day around a table with family and friends,’ says Sal Diliberto, who owns Diliberto Winery in Jamesport with his wife, Maryann. ‘Before you would go to the mall or the outlets, it was a day for church, and then family would show up and the food went on for hours and hours.’”

Newsday

Newsday: Diliberto Winery’s Italian cooking-eating-drinking gatherings in Jamesport

Those in attendance probably don’t know it yet, but Mr. Diliberto, who in addition to his Italian cooking skills is a practicing attorney, a vintner and the immediate past-president of the Long Island Wine Council, is about to demonstrate yet another hidden talent for his guests who have braved the nearly zero degree temperatures on one of the coldest Valentine’s Day in recent memory.

NorthForker.com

A Sunday meal at Diliberto Winery

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