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‘Fire and Vine’ Wine Exhibition Coming to Corning Museum of Glass

In just a few decades, riesling has become the unofficial grape of New York’s Finger Lakes region. Since 1957, local winemaker Dr. Konstantin Frank (and the subsequent four generations of the Frank family) have been working wonders with the fruit at their winery on Keuka Lake.
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Wine Enthusiast – 10 American Sparkling Wines We Love

Dr. Konstantin Frank 2017 Blanc de Noirs Méthode Champenoise (Finger Lakes); $40. 91 Points. Made entirely from Pinot Noir, this traditional-method sparkler boasts crisp, refreshing aromas of white cherry, slate and spring blossom…

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A Visit Rooted in Family History

60 years ago, our founder Dr. Konstantin Frank opened his home to visiting guests interested in discovering the first vinifera wines of the Finger Lakes. These guests still remember those first tastings on the porch with Dr. Frank and Eugenia.  Four generations later, the Frank family and the team at

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What is Méthode Champenoise?

You probably know that Champagne is a wine region in France, famous for making the best sparkling wines in the world. But are all Champagnes from France? And what is the meaning of the term “Méthode Champenoise,” found in so many sparkling wine labels from around the world?

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