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Food Lab 2019 Was All About Terroir

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'Terrior: More Than Wine? Is There A Long Islant Terrior?

'Terrior: More Than Wine? Is There A Long Islant Terrior?" was a panel discussion with vintner Roman Roth, farmers Katie Baldwin and Eberhart Müller, and moderator and wine maker Louisa Hargrave.

Keynote talk with celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich and writer Adam Gopnik.

Keynote talk with celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich and writer Adam Gopnik. TOM KOCHIE

Farmer David Falkowski of Open Minded Organics with a hemp plant.

Farmer David Falkowski of Open Minded Organics with a hemp plant. TOM KOCHIE

Stephen Hamilton with a hemp plant.

Stephen Hamilton with a hemp plant. TOM KOCHIE

authorStaff Writer on Sep 17, 2019

Stony Brook Southampton hosted the fifth annual Food Lab Conference on September 13 and 14, and the theme this year was “Cook, Eat, Drink: Taste the Terroir.”

Headlining an impressive list of panels, discussions and tastings was celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich who took part in a keynote conversation with author and New Yorker magazine contributor Adam Gopnik.

Open Minded Organics (OMO) farmer and CBD pioneer David Falkowski participated in a “Farm to Pharma" panel; A discussion on “Terrior: More Than Wine? Is There A Long Islant Terrior?” featured Wölffer Vineyards partner and winemaker Roman Roth Roman Roth, Amber Waves Farm founders Katie Baldwin, Satur Farms founder and chef Eberhard Müller, and the founder of Long Island’s first commercial winery, Louisa Hargrave Louisa Hargrave; Stephen Hamilton meets a hemp plant.

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