Credit: Grant Parpan
The vineyards are still rockin’ and rollin’ this weekend (Friday, Oct. 31 thru Sunday, Nov. 2) on the North Fork with live music, food trucks and more. For more NoFo happenings, check out our
events calendar. (more…)
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If you’re curious about wine,
The Tasting Group is offering the perfect opportunity to learn more about what — and how — to sip.
Beginning in November, the Mattituck collective tasting room will open its production facility’s doors to share winemaking and tasting secrets.
Photo by Katharine Schroeder
Riverhead is the place to see and be seen in your Halloween costume this weekend.
Old burying grounds like this one in Cutchogue are located on the North Fork. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo photos)
In the midst of carving pumpkins and picking out Halloween costumes, the fall season’s brisk weather is also ideal for strolling through the North Fork’s oldest and most historic cemeteries.
Here’s a roundup of a few recommended sites and some notable headstones to look out for during your visit.
Click on the tabs below for details about Old Burying Ground in Cutchogue (2); Southold Presbyterian Cemetery (3); Old Bethany Cemetery in Mattituck (4); East Marion Cemetery (5); and more (6).
Sparkling Pointe is offering a holiday wine and food pairing series. (Credit: Randee Daddona)
How does one take the already merry act of savoring a slice of holiday pie or a bite of winter truffles and make it a more festive occasion?
With a glass of sparkling wine, of course.