Damianos family, owners of Pindar and Duckwalk, sells Cutchogue property

(Credit: Town & Country Real Estate)

The property includes mature vines producing pinot noir, merlot and chardonnay. (Credit: Town & Country Real Estate)

The Damianos family, owners Pindar and Duckwalk vineyards, have sold a nearly 90-acre waterfront property in Cutchogue, according to a Town & Country Real Estate press release.

The property, which is listed at $8.8 million on the real estate company’s website, is located on Oregon Road and includes mature vines producing pinot noir, merlot and chardonnay.

There’s also a cottage and potato barn.

The unidentified purchasers, who live in Manhattan and have a second home in Bridgehampton, plan to use the property as “a family compound and vineyard farm,” said Judi Desiderio of Town & Country.

“Part of this exceptional transfer allows [the Damianos family] to maintain mature vines on approximately half of the land for some time,” Desiderio said. “The purchasers have been exceptional clients of Town and Country for over 10 years. They have always been forward thinking and recognized the value of investing on the North Fork.”

Pindar Vineyards in Peconic is Long Island’s biggest wine producer, and Duck Walk Vineyards is located on both the north and south forks. Jason Damianos, son of the late vineyard founder Herodotus “Dr. Dan” Damianos, also owns and operates Jason’s Vineyard in Jamesport.

No further details were immediately available.