Long Island extends 120 miles east from New York City. At its eastern end, the island splits into two forks, each with its own personality. The South Fork is home to the sandy beaches of the Hamptons, a playground for city residents willing to brave the traffic for a weekend escape. It’s also home to three of the island’s wineries. The majority of wineries, however, are located on the North Fork, the last stretch of farm country on the island. While winemaking on the island has only really been in effect since the early 1970s, Long Island’s winemakers are learning to work with their own terroir, and they’re starting to define what a Long Island wine should be.
Please note that prices, hours of operation and wine availability can often change. We recommend that you call ahead before you go.
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