Walter Channing
Walter Channing
Walter Channing is the owner of the Channing Daughters' Winery in Bridgehampton, a wood sculptor, and a founder and partner in C.W. Group, a venture capital business focusing on investments and business development in the healthcare, biotechnology, and managed-care provider service sectors.
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History of Farmer's Day at the Steeplechase Course - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Prominent people from the community included Noah Allen, Walter Channing, Chester Heinlein, Robert Homans, and General Francis Peabody. Towering above all dressed impeccably in tail coat, spats, and his distinctive grey tall hat was Henry Vaughan,
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NYTimes - over 7 years
Enhanced With Beer Craft beers will be poured with a four-course dinner on July 22 from 7 to 10 p.m. in the garden at 24 Prince, 24 Prince Street (Mott Street), $52 plus tax and tip: (212) 226-8624. Whole roasted baby lambs and pigs will be paired with Belgian beers on July 27 at 7:30 p.m. at Resto, 111 East 29th Street. The cost is $75 plus tax
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What I Did This Summer. And You Can, Too.
NYTimes - over 8 years
FORGIVE us for asking, but what happened to August? (Wasn't it just May?) Politics happened, of course, and the Olympics, and a steady drumbeat of bad economic news played out from the deck of Time's winged chariot as it blistered past. Summer was fast this year, and now it's nearly over. It's Labor Day weekend, official last call for a family
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LONG ISLAND VINES; East End's New Editions
NYTimes - about 9 years
In the stream of East End white wines tasted this year, the most consistently vivacious ones came from Channing Daughters in Bridgehampton. This South Fork boutique and its winemaker, James Christopher Tracy, have delved so deeply into vineyard and cellar experimentation that every vintage brings new expectations. Mr. Tracy, a trained chef, acutely
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LONG ISLAND VINES; Channing Charmers
NYTimes - almost 10 years
The wines that James Christopher Tracy makes at Channing Daughters, in Bridgehampton, may not yet be the most polished on Long Island, but they are the most provocative. This chef-turned-winemaker packs more flavor surprises into his whites, especially, than anyone else. Walter Channing, the owner, has made Mr. Tracy and Mr. Tracy's wife, Allison
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LONG ISLAND VINES; East End Days
NYTimes - over 10 years
On a July afternoon, if you could step magically into Fairfield Porter's peaceful summer paintings in the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton, you would want to take a glass of a Channing Daughters white from Bridgehampton. Three newly released 2005's -- the Channing Perrine Cuvée Tropical, pinot grigio and tocai Friulano -- seem made for repasts
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LONG ISLAND VINES; The Lure Of the Label
NYTimes - almost 11 years
ART and wine are companions, inside the bottle and out. Vintners will tell you that winemaking is an art form and a science. But art in the more usual sense comes into play on wine labels. With the wines of 38 Long Island producers competing among themselves and against the world, the art of labeling becomes an important facet of merchandising.
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LONG ISLAND VINES; Food-Friendly Threesome
NYTimes - over 11 years
CHANNING DAUGHTERS' latest chardonnay indicates why its whites sell out quickly after release. They easily complement meals. Chardonnays that ferment and mature entirely in new oak barrels tend to fight food. Only a minuscule 8 percent of its 2004 Channing Perrine Cuvée Tropical chardonnay was aged in new French oak. Stainless steel tanks, which
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LONG ISLAND VINES; When Older Is Better
NYTimes - almost 12 years
LAST year, a 34-year-old chef-turned-winemaker and grapes from 30-year-old vines collaborated, with some lip-smacking results. The grapes came from vines, among the oldest on Long Island, at the Mudd Vineyard, in Southold. The winemaker, who was also trained as a sommelier, is James Christopher Tracy at Channing Daughters, a 5,000-case-a-year
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LONG ISLAND VINES; Waiting For Lightning To Strike
NYTimes - about 12 years
WHILE most East End producers are inspired broadly by France and pointedly by Bordeaux, Channing Daughters also has Central Europe on its mind. On Monday, this Bridgehampton winery is to release its 2003 Blaufränkisch. In Austria and Hungary, this grape and the red wine made from it are important. In the United States and Germany, both the grape
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ANTIQUES; A Hamptons Tour Of Old Farms
NYTimes - over 12 years
Barns and houses may not, strictly speaking, be antiques, but the examples on the Peconic Land Trust's farm tour on Sunday in Bridgehampton, N.Y., are all more than a hundred years old and shouldn't be missed. They are part of the real and rarely seen Hamptons. The tour, Through Farms and Fields 2004, is a benefit for the trust, a nonprofit
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