A guide to Long Island winery tasting rooms

We asked Long Island’s wineries to tell us about the history of their vineyards, the wine they make and what makes their tasting room a unique place to visit. Read up on the wineries to plan your next stop along the Long Island wine trail.

This guide features write-ups on most Long Island tasting rooms and includes important information like the varieties of grapes grown and hours of operation.

BAITING HOLLOW FARM VINEYARD

Owners: The Rubin family

Winemaker: Tom Drozd

Hours of operation: seasonal; see website

Year established: 2007

Acres: 11

Varieties: riesling, chardonnay, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, gewürztraminer

With a warm and beautiful tasting house and gift shop, this Sound Avenue winery is unique for a variety of reasons.  The property includes a horse farm that’s home to some of the dozens of horses the owners have rescued over the years and the winery offers frequent tours of its stables. Profits from four of its proprietary wines — Angel Chardonnay, Mirage, Savannah Rosé and Sweet Isis (a gewürztraminer dessert wine) — benefit horse rescue efforts.

It also produces a cabernet franc rosé dessert wine called Cheval Bleu.  Among the winery’s newest offerings are a dry rosé called Pink Satin and a second run of the previously sold-out Sam’s Legacy Merlot.   Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard features live music year round on weekends and has added beer and hard cider service and an artisanal cheese bar.

2114 Sound Ave., Baiting Hollow; 631-369-0100; bhfvineyard.com

BEDELL CELLARS

Owner: Michael Lynne

Winemaker: Richard Olsen-Harbich

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Year established: 1980

Acres: 75

Varieties: merlot, cabernet franc, malbec, syrah, petit verdot, char- donnay, viognier, sauvignon blanc, albariño, pinot gris

A benchmark for the North Fork wine region, this Cutchogue winery has achieved critical acclaim and is committed to sustainable farming. Bedell Cellars proudly served its 2009 Merlot at the 2013 U.S. Presidential Inauguration, which was the first red wine from New York served at an inaugural luncheon.

Wines are handcrafted from estate-grown grapes to express the vineyard’s unique maritime terroir. Wine Spectator called its flagship red blend, Musée, a “Grand Vin of New York.”  Richard Olsen-Harbich was one of the first winemakers on the East Coast to use entirely indigenous yeasts. He co-founded Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing, the first sustainability program in the region.

The newest addition to its Taste Series Artist Blends is Taste Nouveau. Bottled just three weeks after harvesting, this light-bodied red has floral aromas, which gives way to juicy cherry, strawberry and raspberry fruit.  Five of its current and limited-production wines are included in a tasting flight. Wines may also be purchased by the glass or bottle, many of which are not available outside the winery. An estate sommelier will assist you through the tasting.

36225 Main Road, Cutchogue; 631-734-7537; bedellcellars.com  

BRIDGE LANE WINE  

Owner: Richard Bailey

Winemaker: Russell Hearn

Hours of operation: noon-7 p.m. Wednesday-Monday between Memorial Day and Labor Day

Year established: 2004

Acres: 85

Varieties: pinot blanc, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, viognier, riesling, pinot noir, cabernet franc, merlot, petit verdot, malbec, cabernet sauvignon

Stop by this Mattituck winery on Cox Neck Road for some great tastings, live music, lawn games and picnics.  Bridge Lane Wine is proud to be the first winery on Long Island to produce wine in several alternative formats, including bottles, boxes, kegs and cans.

In February 2018, it released all five wines in cans. Each four-pack is the equivalent of two bottles of wine and is perfect for outdoor activities, such as camping, boating, beaching and barbecues. The winery is pleased to produce easy-drinking wines in multiple, affordable formats that make wine drinking less serious and more fun.

35 Cox Neck Road, Mattituck; 631-298-1942; bridgelanewine.com 

CASTELLO DI BORGHESE  

Owners: Giovanni and Allegra Borghese

Winemaker: Erik Bilka

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Year established: 1973

Acres: 25

Varieties: chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, pinot noir, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc

Upon reaching Long Island Wine Country’s birthplace on Route 48, visitors are greeted with a message written on barrels placed on top of a truck declaring this Cutchogue winery’s proudest accomplishment — pinot noir.

Castello di Borghese describes this variety as “the jewel in our crown.” The winery is very proud of its establishment’s history, ongoing legacy and award-winning wines.   A new wine called Rosé for the Bays was released to help raise funds for Cornell Cooperative Extension’s marine program. The winery also enjoys celebrating local artisans through collaborations and annual community events.

In December, Borghese served its 2015 Reserve Pinot Noir and Afterglow, a port-style dessert wine made from a cabernet franc, with a five-course meal prepared by North Fork Table & Inn chef Stephan Bogardus at the James Beard Foundation dinner in New York City.

Borghese’s tasting room and art gallery were renovated in 2017. Solar panels are also planned for its roof. The knowledgeable staff guides visitors through tastings in hopes of having them discover something new to love and share with others. Borghese is also a new member of the Long Island Wine Council.

17150 Route 48, Cutchogue; 631-7345111; castellodiborghese.com 

CHANNING DAUGHTERS WINERY  

Owners: Walter Channing and partner and CEO Larry Perrine

Winemaker: Christopher Tracy

Hours of operation: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, year round

Year established: 1982

Acres: 28

Varieties: chardonnay, pinot grigio, tocai friulano, sauvignon blanc, muscat ottonel, malvasia, gewürztraminer, ribolla gialla, pinot bianco, merlot, blaufränkisch, dornfelder, syrah, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, teroldego, refosco, lagrein Channing Daughters produces local wines from more than two dozen varieties of grapes — more than any other winery on the East End. The Bridgehampton vineyard is a founding member of Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing, an independent, third party-certified sustainable viticulture program. Their commitment to quality is evident in their award-winning bottles.

The quaint tasting room offers samplings of at least six different wines each day, and provides informative notes about the wines and the winemaking process. Owner/sculptor Walter Channing’s artwork is also on view almost anywhere you look around the estate.

927 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton; 631-537-7224; channingdaughters.com

CLOVIS POINT VINEYARD

Owners: Nasrallah Misk, Mark Misk and Richard Frey

Winemaker: John Leo

Hours of operation: noon-5 p.m. Monday-Friday; 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday

Year established: vines were planted in 2001; tasting room opened in 2007

Acres planted: 7

Varieties: merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, malbec, syrah, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc

This charming vineyard in Jamesport features extraordinary wines and provides visitors with an intimate tasting experience.  Limos, buses and vans are not allowed at Clovis Point Vineyard, which prides itself on creating a true personal experience for its customers — ranging from wine connoisseurs to those just starting out and wanting to learn.

The small-production winery provides extremely high-quality wines that are tended to throughout the season by its diligent vineyard workers and winemaker. Over 30 wines have earned awards at several competitions, including the International Eastern Wine Competition, New York Wine & Food Classic, Finger Lakes International Wine Competition and American Wine Society.

Clovis has also received high scores in Wine Advocate.  Clovis Point is proud of its wine club, which has between 750 and 850 members, and participates in community events and supports charities such as Toys for Tots and Long Island Cares.

1935 Main Road, Jamesport; 631-722-4222; clovispointwines.com 

COFFEE POT CELLARS

Coffee Pot Cellars Owners: Adam Suprenant and Laura Klahre

Winemaker: Adam Suprenant

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Monday

Year established: 2008

When you enter this Cutchogue tasting room, you’ll be greeted by beekeeper Laura and her 10-year-old pug, Beasley. Winemaker Adam also stops by each afternoon for additional banter and in-depth discussion about the wines.

Coffee Pot Cellars’ grapes — including sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, gewürztraminer and merlot — are purchased from North Fork vineyards. Its newest release, the 2014 Meritage, is a small production Bordeaux-style blend of merlot, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and petit verdot that’s ready to impress. Another special wine is Beasley’s Blend, comprising 60 percent cabernet franc and 40 percent merlot.

The husband-and-wife team’s wines have consistently received high scores in Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator and have won medals at the New York Wine & Food Classic.

Coffee Pot Cellars also funds native bee and monarch butterfly work at Blossom Meadow Farm and sells many of their products, including jams, fresh strawberries and raspberries, as well as mason bee supplies, candles, lip balm and more.   Butterfly Milkweed plants, a hardy perennial that provides food and shelter for bumblebees and butterflies, will be available for sale in July.  Between July and September, see caterpillars up close as they metamorphose into butterflies.

While you’re outside the tasting room, don’t forget to check out the 18-foot-long Winasaur. This local landmark was built with wine corks and featured in a music video.

31855 Main Road, Cutchogue; 631-765-8929; coffeepotcellars.com 

DILIBERTO WINERY

Diliberto Winery Owners: Sal and Maryann Diliberto

Winemaker: Sal Diliberto

Hours of operation: seasonal; see website

Year established: 1998

Acres: 8.5

Varieties: chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, merlot, cabernet sauvignon

Owners Sal and Maryann Diliberto incorporate their Italian heritage into their wines and vineyard. The adults-only tasting room is reminiscent of sitting in a small piazza in Italy. There is no traditional bar area for serving flights. Instead, each guest is seated at a table to enjoy a tasting of the award-winning wines. The Jamesport winery also serves up homemade pizza and other Italian specialties.

250 Manor Lane, Jamesport; 631-722-3416; dilibertowinery.com

DUCK WALK VINEYARDS

Owners: The Damianos family

Winemaker: Erik Bilka

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tastings end at 5:30 p.m. See website.

Year established: 1994

Acres: 70

Varieties: Merlot, malbec, pinot meunier, cabernet sauvignon, riesling, sauvignon blanc, pinot grigio, chardonnay, cayuga

This vineyard’s Southold location, with its spacious, vaulted tasting room, accommodates large groups and celebrations. It’s also a dream ambiance for a wine country wedding, providing the perfect setting for your special day.

Conveniently located near fine dining in Southold and Greenport, Duck Walk North features wine accompaniments and offers local craft beer on tap. It plans to launch a more modern and user-friendly website this year.

Duck Walk Vineyards, whose iconic labels evoke the beach, is most proud of creating a brand that’s well known on both the North and South forks.

44535 Route 25, Southold; 631-765-3500, ext. 2

231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill; 631-726-7555, ext. 4

duckwalk.com

GRAMERCY VINEYARDS

Owner: Carol Sullivan

Winemaker: Roman Roth

Hours of operation: by appointment

Year established: 2002

Acres: 3.5

Varieties: merlot, cabernet franc

Owner Carol Sullivan has created the quintessential boutique vineyard in Mattituck.

Tastings are held by appointment only in Gramercy Vineyard’s rustic barn, which was restored and relocated from behind the Mattituck post office. The barn was once part of the blacksmith shop.

The vineyard’s two farms are both over 100 years old and all of the buildings located on the property have been fully restored.

When you come to Gramercy, you are also coming to Carol’s home, where she lives adjacent to the vineyard.

Small groups are able to walk the vineyard and are welcome to spend the day or stop by for a tasting. Outside food is allowed.

The owner also gives tours assisted by her two terriers.

Gramercy has remained a small and intimate establishment featuring some of the best wines on the North Fork as a result of winemaker Roman Roth’s adept craftsmanship.

10020 Old Sound Ave., Mattituck; 631-298-1213; gramercyvineyards.com

HARBES VINEYARD

Owners: The Harbes family

Winemaker: Erik Bilka

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. daily May 12-Nov. 4; open until 7 p.m. Friday-Sunday in July and August

Year established: 2003

Acres: 5

Varieties: chardonnay, merlot

Uniquely located on a southern-facing slope just off Long Island Sound, this Mattituck vineyard offers a beautiful, rustic ambiance in its wine tasting barn, which is a 100-year-old restored potato barn.

Harbes Vineyard is the North Fork’s first certified sustainable vineyard. Its wines have won medals in the New York Wine & Food Classic and have earned high scores in Wine Enthusiast.

In 2017, Harbes Vineyard introduced its wine club and online store. Members receive exclusive benefits, which includes access to library wines, discounts and more.

In addition to providing an exceptional selection of limited wines, the vineyard located at Harbes Family Farm has live music on the weekends and sells local produce and fresh foods at its farm stand. Visitors can also enjoy a myriad of fun family activities at its Barnyard Adventure attraction area.

715 Sound Ave., Mattituck; 631-298-WINE (9463); harbesvineyard.com

HARMONY VINEYARDS

Owner: David Acker

Hours of operation: Thursday, 5-11 p.m.; Friday 5 p.m.-midnight; Saturday 1 p.m.-midnight; Sunday 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m. (Off-season hours differ.)

Year established: 2012

Acres: 4

Varieties: chardonnay, merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon

Harmony Vineyard, adjacent to Stony Brook Harbor, regularly offers live entertainment during the season and serves an organic farm-to-table brunch year-round. Also available are a variety of tasty, small plates and snacks and serves local Long Island beers.

It takes about 70 minutes to drive to Harmony Vineyards from Manhattan — and just three minutes by cab from the St. James train station.

The farm was established in 1690 and the original farmer’s homestead has been carefully restored and converted into the winery’s tasting room. An area of the farm was replanted with French varietals in 2002. After producing numerous vintages enabling vine maturation, Harmony opened in 2012 and has been delighted by the public’s reception. Due to its growing popularity, new seating areas have been created and programs and events offered throughout the year have been enhanced.

169 Harbor Road, Saint James; 631-291-9900; harmonyvineyards.com

JAMESPORT VINEYARDS

Owner: The Goerler family

Winemaker: Dean Babiar

Hours of operation: Varies by season; check website or call for hours.

Year established: 1986

Acres: 45

Varieties: sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, albariño, riesling, merlot, cabernet franc, lagrein, teroldego, syrah, cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot

At this estate vineyard on Main Road, guests can often see the winemaker pressing grapes and bottling wines since much of the winery’s production is visible from the tasting room.

Jamesport Vineyards is one of the oldest wineries on the North Fork and has been family owned and operated for over 30 years. It strives to provide a top-notch experience and makes wine approachable for all levels of interest.

The staff uses a wood-fired oven to prepare some locally inspired pairings to complement tastings and also loves sharing their love for wine and local agriculture with guests.

The establishment recently began working with some varietals that are less common in the region and is excited for where they will lead the winery in future vintages. The historic Milford T. Benjamin farmhouse has also been restored to provide guest lodging.

1216 Main Road, Jamesport; 631-722-5256; jamesportwines.com

JASON’S VINEYARD

Owners: The Damianos Family

Winemaker: Erik Bilka

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday; 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday.

Year established: 1998

Acres: 15

Varieties: chardonnay, riesling, sauvignon blanc, pinot blanc, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, malbec, seyval blanc, cayuga, vidal blanc

The tasting room at Jason’s Vineyard offers boutique wine in a cozy atmosphere. The staff focuses on personal service and producing quality wines. It is truly an idyllic North Fork spot.

The Jamesport winery continues to carry on the vision of the late Jason Damianos and his winemaking practices. The staff values customers and continues to cultivate relationships with them, carrying on the traditions Jason started. In 2017, the vineyard added late-night Fridays, with live music until 8 p.m. The winery also hosts well-known local musicians throughout the year.

The tasting room is also a mini-farm, where sheep and llama live. It’s a family-friendly destination for wine and picnicking.

1785 Main Road, Jamesport; 631-238-5801; jasonsvineyard.com

KONTOKOSTA WINERY

Owners: Michael and Constantine Kontokosta

Winemaker: Gilles Martin

Hours of operation: Tasting room hours: Daily, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays January-May

Year established: 2013

Acres: 62

Varieties: cabernet franc, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, syrah, viognier, sauvignon blanc, riesling

The North Fork’s first tasting room and winery with a waterfront location on the Long Island Sound is located in Greenport.

Kontokosta Winery is approximately 9,000 square feet and houses a spacious tasting room with a winemaking facility, which produces 3,500 cases annually.

Current selections include 2016 Sauvignon Blanc, 2016 Viognier, 2016 Chardonnay, 2016 Riesling, 2016 Field Blend, 2014 Anemometer White, 2016 Rosé, 2013 Anemometer Red, 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, 2014 Cabernet Franc and 2014 Merlot. Tours are available during the season on weekends. Kontokosta is also ideal for weddings, corporate retreats and private events.

825 North Road, Greenport; 631-477-6977; kontokostawinery.com

LAUREL LAKE VINEYARDS

Owners: Francisco Gillmore, Alejandro Parot, Juan Sepulveda and Joe DePietto

Winemaker: Juan Sepulveda

Hours of operation: Spring: Sunday-Friday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; summer/fall: Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; winter: Sunday-Friday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays between January and February.

Year established: 1984

Acres: 27

Varieties: pinot gris, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, gewürztraminer, riesling, pinot noir, merlot, cabernet franc, syrah, cabernet sauvignon

With a relaxing atmosphere and friendly staff, visitors will feel right at home at this Main Road winery.

Laurel Lake Vineyards grows, produces and bottles on-site 16 different types of wines, so there’s a little something for everyone to choose from. There are indoor and outdoor seating areas to enjoy a tasting flight, as well as wine by the glass or bottle. There’s also a food truck for those who wish to have lunch with their wine and the establishment is dog-friendly. Several events are planned for this season, including wine and chocolate pairings and wine and food pairing dinners. Wine club memberships are also available.

The winery is very proud of the awards and medals it has won over the years and especially enjoys meeting customers who stop by to purchase a bottle of wine that they had at a restaurant or a friend’s house.

3165 Main Road, Laurel; 631-298-1420; llwines.com

THE LENZ WINERY

Owners: Peter and Deborah Carroll

Winemaker: Thomas Spotteck

Hours of operation: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily

Year established: 1978

Acres: 67

Varieties: merlot, cabernet sauvignon, malbec, petit verdot, cabernet franc, chardonnay, gewürztraminer, pinot noir, sauvignon blanc, pinot gris

Whether you choose to enjoy a tasting in the courtyard on a warm summer day or an intimate and cozy tasting in the historic tasting room, the highly trained staff at this Peconic winery provides visitors with a memorable experience.

Lenz, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary and is one of the founding vineyards on the North Fork, only produces varietals from estate-grown grapes and has a long-standing and meticulous winemaking process. The staff works hard to create a unique balance of a high-quality, educated wine tasting experience. The winery has also embraced newer trends, such as food trucks and live music, while preserving the farm’s historic and bucolic setting that visitors love.

Throughout the year, Lenz offers a variety of educational events, including: barrel tastings with the winemaker, vineyard tours and vertical and library tastings. Other activities include the Merlot Classic, Dinner in the Vines, and Food Truck Fridays. Live musicians are also booked for most weekends in the summer and fall.

38355 Main Road, Peconic; 631-734-6010; lenzwine.com

LIEB CELLARS

Owner: Richard Bailey

Winemaker: Russell Hearn

Hours of operation: Noon-7 p.m.

Year established: 1992

Acres: 85

Varieties: pinot blanc, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, viognier, riesling, pinot noir, cabernet franc, merlot, petit verdot, malbec, cabernet sauvignon

Quaint and cozy with beautiful sunsets, delicious wine and a well-curated snack menu, this Oregon Road winery provides a comfortable environment where guests can enjoy tastings while learning about Long Island’s wine region.

Visitors to the North Fork should stop off at Lieb Cellars because of its knowledgeable staff and exceptional hospitality.

The vineyard is very proud of its North Fork wines and continues to find ways to further improve its hospitality and deliver a heightened experience for guests. Its newest innovation is an online reservation system that enables guests to plan their visit and reserve a table.

13050 Oregon Road, Cutchogue; 631-734-1100; liebcellars.com

LOUGHLIN VINEYARD

Owners: Elizabeth Cutrone, Patricia Jones and Mary Ellen Loughlin

Winemaker: Elizabeth Cutrone

Hours of operation: Open year round Saturdays and Sundays — seasonal hours 1-5:30 p.m.; winter hours 1-4:30 p.m.

Year established: 1984

Acres: 5

Varieties: chardonnay, rosé, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, blush

Tucked in the woods off a trail at John Ellis Roosevelt’s historical Meadow Croft Estate in Sayville is a hidden, rustic and friendly vineyard that features some of Long Island’s finest wines.

Loughlin Vineyard recently released its first rosé, Pinky Rosé, which is named after a beloved donkey who used to roam the property.

An old wood stove is located inside the small tasting room. There’s an outdoor seating area and Irish music fundraisers are held during the warmer months.

Tours of the Roosevelts’ summer home are available from May through November. For a nice stroll or bike ride, check out the beautiful nature trails located at end of the vineyard.

Visitors are welcome to bring their own food and leashed dogs to the family-friendly establishment.

Barney Loughlin, who created the winery 34 years ago, sadly passed away this year. His three daughters — Elizabeth Cutrone, Patricia Jones and Mary Ellen Loughlin — continue to run the family business while growing his legacy and keeping his wonderful spirit alive.

Meadowcroft Estate, Sayville; 631-589-0027; loughlinvineyardny.com

MACARI VINEYARDS

Owners: Joseph and Alexandra Macari

Winemaker: Kelly Koch

Hours of operation: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Year established: 1995

Acres planted: 180

Varieties: sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, viognier, friulano, grüner veltliner, merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, malbec, petit verdot, syrah, pinot noir, pinot meunier

This Mattituck tasting room has sweeping vineyard views where visitors can sit inside or outside on the deck overlooking the vines.

Several tasting flights and wines by the glass or bottle are available. Macari just launched three new wine clubs and has been planning exclusive wine club member events and new wine releases.

The winery is proud to have received high scores and accolades in Wine Advocate, The Daily Meal, Food & Wine and Time Out New York, as well as medals at the New York Wine & Food Classic.

When asked about other things we should convey to readers about the winery and tasting room, owner Joseph Macari said: “Because our farm is so special to us, and this region so unique, we know that we wouldn’t want to make wine anywhere else in the world. As owners and hands-on operators, we are wholly dedicated to producing age-worthy, balanced, world-class wines.”

150 Bergen Ave., Mattituck; 631-298-0100; macariwines.com

MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS

Owner: The Rivero Gonzalez family

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday-Friday; 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday

Year established: 1995

Acres: 88

Varieties: sauvignon blanc, semillon, riesling, chardonnay, pinot gris, gewürztraminer, viognier, pinot noir, syrah, merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, malbec, petit verdot

Visitors to the North Fork should stop at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead for a unique and curated wine experience by the taste, glass and bottle.

The Sound Avenue establishment is most proud of becoming the only winery on Long Island to have won the coveted New York State Governor’s Cup and Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association’s Jefferson Trophy awards.

The winery has evolved over the years and now offers wine education classes, vineyard tours and a bucolic relaxing environment.

There’s also table service available in the pavilion and outdoor patio areas. Advance reservations are encouraged.

6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead; 631-298-0075; marthaclaravineyards.com

MATTEBELLA VINEYARDS

Owners: Mark Tobin and Christine Ferrari Tobi

Winemaker: Mark Tobin

Hours of operation: Daylight saving time 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Eastern Standard Time 11 a.m.-5 p.m. January-March open Friday-Monday.

Year established: Planted 1996-97. Mattebella-owned since 2005.

Acres: 15

Varieties: chardonnay, merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon

Visit this Southold winery for an intimate and educational tasting experience through a combination of excellent wines, beautiful surroundings and delicious finger foods.

From the vegetable and fig gardens — as well as the plethora of roses and hydrangea herb gardens — nature is incorporated into every element at Mattebella Vineyards. The certified sustainable farm never uses herbicides; only organic fertilizer is used and grapes are handpicked. The field is mostly hand-tended, too. The establishment is proud of its organic focus and farms responsibly with great respect for the land.

The winery has constantly earned medals at national competitions and received high scores in Wine Advocate.

Several new tasting menus feature unique, small pairings and additional tasting areas have been added.

46005 Main Road, Southold; 631-655-9554; mattebellavineyards.com

MCCALL WINES

Owner: Russ McCall

Winemaker: Gilles Martin

Hours of operation: Seasonal; please check website.

Year established: The Corchaug Estate was planted in 1997. The first vintage was in 2007.

Acres: 37

Varieties: pinot noir, merlot, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, cabernet franc, petit verdot, syrah, cabernet sauvignon

The rustic setting at this Cutchogue vineyard provides visitors with a reminder of the North Fork’s agricultural past.

McCall Wines is decorated with antique farm tools and photos of the North Fork dating back to the early 1900s.

There’s an additional 20 acres of grazing pastures for the beautiful, grass-fed Charolais cattle. The tasting room was repurposed from the original potato barn at Downs Farm. The winery is known for its pinot noir and keeps its focus on wine and beef.

McCall was the first winery on the North Fork to install a windmill for generating power. It continues to produce all of the tasting room’s electricity.

The establishment is certified sustainable and has maintained a small production in order to harvest by hand and illicit flavors naturally without additives. The wines are consistently acknowledged as some of the best in the region in Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator and the New York Wine & Grape Foundation.

Burger Nights with North Fork Table & Inn’s food truck will be held Friday night starting mid-May. McCall also plans to host more food trucks, including Grace & Grit and Fortina Pizza.

22600 Main Road, Cutchogue; 631-724-5764; mccallwines.com

THE OLD FIELD VINEYARDS    

             

Owners: Rosamond and Christian Baiz

Winemaker: Rosamond Baiz and Perry Bliss

Hours of operation: Memorial Day weekend-Thanksgiving: Thursday-Monday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Check website for winter hours.

Year established: 1974

Acres: 10

Varieties: merlot, cabernet franc, pinot noir, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay

Sip on handcrafted wines while enjoying the view of 1850s buildings and wonderful, old shade trees at this Main Road winery.

The Old Field Vineyards in Southold features a tasting bar with a laid-back atmosphere and doesn’t permit buses or groups over 10 people.

Five family members run the micro-operation to create premium red, white, and sparkling wines. They use sustainable practices in their winery and vineyard. Established in 1974, Old Field is the longest continually family-owned vineyard and winery on eastern Long Island. This year, the family is also proud to celebrate its 100th anniversary of owning and operating the farm.

59600 Main Road, Southold; 631-765-0004; theoldfield.com

ONE WOMAN WINES & VINEYARDS

Owner: Claudia Purita

Winemaker: Claudia Purita

Hours of operation: November-May: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday-Monday; June-October: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. daily

Year established: 2005

Acres: 35

Varieties: chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, grüner veltliner, gewürztraminer, chenin blanc, merlot, petit verdot, pinot noir, dolcetto

Those seeking an intimate winery experience away from all the crowds should visit this tiny, rustic tasting room in Southold.

One Woman Wines & Vineyards is a quintessential North Fork tasting room that’s less than 160 square feet and doesn’t allow large groups or limos during business hours. Despite the tasting room’s size, customers experience a relaxing and informative tasting experience of unique varietals.

Claudia Purita — owner, vineyard manager and winemaker — focuses on fruit quality and cultivates the best grapes. Not many winemakers are also vineyard managers, which provides her with an unsurpassed level of quality control.

The winery is also passionate about sustainability. It was one of the first vineyards to be certified sustainable by Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing in 2012. In addition, Cornell University Long Island Horticulture Research and Extension Center trials organic viticulture practices at One Woman.

The tasting room, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, is featuring a limited production of two new single varietal wines — pinot noir and chenin blanc. The winery has also added an outdoor bar and courtyard seating area.

Leashed pets and outside food are allowed. No outside alcohol. Large groups, limos and buses may book reservations before business hours.

5195 Old North Road, Southold; 631-765-1200; onewomanwines.com

OSPREY’S DOMINION

Owners: Bud Koehler and the Tyree Family

Winemaker: Adam Surprenant

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Year established: 1983

Acres: 72

Varieties: chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, riesling, pinot gris, gewürztraminer, merlot, carménère, malbec, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, petit verdot, pinot noir, tannat

For a family- and pet-friendly atmosphere with lawn games and beautiful areas to enjoy bring-your-own picnics while tasting award-winning wines, then stop by this Main Road vineyard in Peconic.

Osprey’s Dominion, which grows 13 varietals, is proud of the high scores it has received in Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast and Wine Spectator and awards at the New York Wine & Food Classic, Atlantic Seaboard Competition and Taster’s Guild International, among others.

The winery is adding VIP tastings on weekends and offers rentable areas for groups. The establishment also serves Greenport Harbor Brewing Co.’s Harbor Ale and has outside bar stations.

44075 Main Road, Peconic; 631-765-6188; ospreysdominion.com

PALMER VINEYARDS       

Owner: Charles and Ursula Massoud

Winemaker: Kareem Massoud

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Year established: 1983

Acres: 90

Varieties: merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, syrah, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, pinot blanc, viognier, albariño, muscat, malvasia, riesling, gewürztraminer.

Palmer Vineyards is dedicated to producing the highest-quality wines and sharing them with visitors within its laid-back atmosphere.

The Riverhead winery overlooks 50 acres of rolling vineyards. Besides the beautiful view of the sustainably farmed vineyard, Palmer has some of the best award-winning wines created on the North Fork and is one of the oldest wineries on Long Island. Robert Palmer established the winery in 1983.

Exciting events are planned for this year, including a Summer Rosé & Bubbly Festival.

5120 Sound Ave., Riverhead; 631-722-9463; palmervineyards.com

PAUMANOK VINEYARDS

Owners: Charles and Ursula Massoud

Winemaker: Kareem Massoud

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. November through March; 11 a.m.-6 p.m. April through October

Year established: 1983

Acres: 80

Varieties: chardonnay, chenin blanc, riesling, sauvignon blanc, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, petit verdot

Those who stop at Paumanok Vineyards will find a range of estate-grown wines in various styles, produced with a simple goal in mind — deliciousness — and a passionate staff dedicated to making your visit memorable.

The Aquebogue winery is committed to sustainability practices and has received numerous accolades over the years from Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast and the NY Wine & Food Classic. It has also provided wine service at The White House.

Paumanok bottled a wine without the addition of sulfites for the first time with its 2015 Minimalist Cabernet Sauvignon. Nothing whatsoever was added and, as its name implies, the wine was made using minimalist winemaking techniques, with fruit coming from a select harvest of cabernet sauvignon clusters.

The winery became 100 percent solar-powered in 2017, with the installation of a 51-kw solar array, and continues to be certified sustainable by the Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing organization.

1074 Main Road, Aquebogue; 631-722-8800; paumanok.com

PECONIC CELLAR DOOR

Owners: Alie Shaper and Robin Epperson-McCarthy

Winemakers: Alie Shaper and Robin Epperson-McCarthy

Hours of operation: Winter: noon-7 p.m. Friday-Monday; Summer: noon-7 p.m. Thursday-Monday

Year established: 2017

Varieties: chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, syrah, vidal blanc, pinot blanc, pinot gris, viognier, riesling, corot noir, malbec, petit verdot, gewürztraminer

This Peconic tasting room is a must visit for microfermentation fanatics.

Peconic Cellar Door is owned by two females who enjoy providing an educational experience for visitors. The establishment just also launched its Cellar Dwellers Wine Club.

After years of working wine harvests home and abroad, North Fork native Robin Epperson-McCarthy came home to make wine in the place she loves.

Wines by Saltbird Cellars, Brooklyn Oenology, As If Wines and Haywater Cove are available at Peconic Cellar Door. Saltbird Cellars’ wines have received high scores in Wine Enthusiast and the second release of its Roseate Rosé will be available May 2018.

2885 Peconic Lane, Peconic; 631-488-0046; peconiccellardoor.com

PELLEGRINI VINEYARDS           

Owner: Joyce Pellegrini

Winemaker: Zander Hargrave

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. See website.

Year established: 1991

Acres: 71

Varieties: sauvignon blanc, gewürztraminer, chardonnay, merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot

With an array of beautiful wines of distinction and variety, there’s something to please everyone at Pellegrini Vineyards.

The winery staff is friendly, knowledgeable and professional and wants to make sure you walk away with knowledge of wine you may have not possessed before.

One accomplishment Pellegrini prides itself on is the ability to produce high-end wines consistently. It was the first Long Island winery to receive a 90-point rating from Wine Spectator and has won numerous awards and medals in competitions worldwide.

A dedication to providing top-quality wine is also reflected in continuous support from wine club members, which is the heart of Pellegrini. Whether it’s through an exclusive blend, new releases or special events, Pellegrini’s care and devotion to its guests continues to shine.

23005 Main Road, Cutchogue; 631-734-4111; pellegrinivineyards.com

PINDAR VINEYARDS

Owners: The Damianos Family

Winemaker: Erik Bilka

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; tastings end at 5:30 p.m.; see website.

Year established: 1979

Acres: 350

Varieties: chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, riesling, moscato, viognier, rosé, cayuga, merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, syrah, gamay, pinot meunier, brut, gewürztraminer, cabernet port

Whether you are just starting out in the world of wine tasting or a seasoned enthusiast, Pindar Vineyards is known for having a friendly tasting room that provides a wide range of varieties — from dry to sweet and sparkling to dessert — to assist visitors on their wine tasting journey.

The Peconic winery maintains the traditions of founder Dr. Herodotus “Dan” Damianos while also integrating new and modern technology. It also continues to implement sustainable practices.

In 2017, Pindar released Dr. Dan’s Signature Collection from the 2014 vintage as a limited, premium line of merlot and cabernet sauvignon. Additionally, the winery added more tours and created VIP experiences of the Sparkling Room and an outdoor VIP bar.

Pindar will celebrate its wine club members reaching their 10-year anniversary later this year.

In addition to its flagship tasting room, Pindar has a wine shop in Port Jefferson Village.

37645 Main Road, Peconic; 631-734-6200; pindar.net

PUGLIESE VINEYARDS

Owner: The Pugliese family

Winemaker: Peter Pugliese

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Year established: 1980

Acres planted: 53

Varieties: chardonnay, pinot grigio, riesling, niagara, pinot noir, sangiovese, cabernet franc, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, gewurtztraminer

Pugliese Vineyards is a family owned and operated vineyard that produces a wide variety of wines, including Champagne, white, red, dessert and port.

Pat Pugliese hand-paints Champagne bottles and wine glasses for her popular gift baskets. Complementary personalization is available.

The Cutchogue winery has consistently received medals for its Champagne and wines and is grateful for its repeat customers.

Pugliese is especially proud of its Grey Gardens Roséand plans to release new vintages this year. Patrons can enjoy live outdoor music at Pugliese between May and October. The winery also hosts weddings and special events and specializes in wedding favors.

34515 Main Road, Cutchogue; 631-734-4057; pugliesevineyards.com

RAPHAEL VINEYARD & WINERY

Owners: Jack and Joan Petrocelli

Winemaker: Anthony Nappa

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; varies Fridays, Saturdays and holidays; see website

Year established: 2001

Acres: 55

Varieties: sauvignon blanc, pinot grigio, riesling, semillon, merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot, malbec

Raphael is family built, owned and operated by four generations on the North Fork. They pride themselves in the delivery of the finest customer service to honor each and every guest. With each harvest comes new vintages and opportunities to educate and enlighten others about their winemaking process.

Grapes are hand-harvested by a dedicated, diligent and impassioned winemaking team that ensures only the finest fruit makes it into Raphael wines.

The unique boutique winery in Peconic is inspired by Mediterranean architecture and provides a remarkably stunning atmosphere. Tours explain in-depth knowledge of the wine production and grant access to restricted areas of the winery.

Raphael continues to improve its wine quality, which is reflected by its current wine scores in Wine Enthusiast, and uses wild fermentation with little fining and filtration to perfect a balance of aroma and flavor that purely express the local terroir.

39390 Main Road, Peconic; 631-765-1100; raphaelwine.com

ROANOKE VINEYARDS

Owners: Richard and Soraya Pisacano

Winemakers: Roman Roth, principal, and Miguel Martin

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday; 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday

Year established: 2000

Acres planted: 10

Varieties: cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc

This wine bar and tasting room on Love Lane in Mattituck welcomes guests seven days a week.

In addition to Roanoke Vineyards wines, it features Wölffer Estate, Channing Daughters and Brooklyn’s Red Hook Winery. There’s also a tasting room reserved exclusively for wine club members and their guests in Riverhead.

Roanoke, which is the only vineyard with a canoe club, is most proud of producing wine without any herbicides or toxins and almost all of them are created in extremely small lots and reserved for members. They also have opportunities for members to participate in the vineyard harvest and winemaking.

165 Love Lane, Mattituck (members’ tasting room: Sound Avenue, Riverhead); 631-727-4161; roanokevineyards.net

SANNINO BELLA VITA VINEYARD

Owners: Anthony and Lisa Sannino

Winemaker: Anthony Sannino

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday; 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Sunday; 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday

Year established: 2007

Acres: 24

Varieties: cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, petit verdot, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc

Those seeking an intimate wine tasting experience will surely appreciate a visit to this Peconic tasting barn.

Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard’s limited space allows staff to provide a detailed explanation of the wines.

The welcoming outdoor setting includes various types of seating nestled closely to the vineyard. Indoor space includes stool seating at the tasting counter, table seating in a cantina-style room and a few tables in private areas.

The family-run business includes an opportunity for visitors to stay with them at their vineyard B&B. The husband-and-wife team are also excited to announce the homecoming of their eldest daughter, Marisa, from college. She studied business administration and, as a sommelier, Marisa will provide an additional level of creativity and excitement to the winery.

The vineyard is certified sustainable by Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing. Sannino has also received numerous accolades for its wine production and educational classes.

1375 Peconic Lane, Peconic; 631-734-8282; sanninovineyard.com

SHERWOOD HOUSE VINEYARDS

Owners: Barbara Smithen

Winemaker: Gilles Martin

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; noon-8 p.m. Friday; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday; 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday

Year established: 1996

Acres: 36

Varieties: chardonnay, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, petit verdot

Prominently positioned on the Main Road in Jamesport, Sherwood House is a cozy North Fork retreat with rustic charm. The beautifully renovated 1870s farmhouse tasting room boasts an impressive stone fireplace and well-placed couches that encourage guests to unwind.

Established in 1996 by Dr. Charles and Barbara Smithen. Alex Rosanell and Alfredo Apolloni, who now own the farm, recently introduced a second label, Hound’s Tree, to the vineyard. Sherwood House currently produces a stainless steel-fermented unoaked chardonnay, barrel-fermented oaked chardonnay, a sparkling blanc de blanc, white merlot, merlot, cabernet franc and a Bordeaux-style red blend.

After enjoying a glass, be sure to head to the William Ris art gallery located adjacent to the tasting room.

1291 Main Road, Jamesport; 631-779-2817; sherwoodhousevineyards.com

SHINN ESTATE VINEYARDS

Owners: Randy and Barbara Frankel

Winemaker: Patrick Caserta

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday and Saturday

Year established: Vines were planted in 1998. The first vintage was in 2002.

Acres: 20

Varieties: merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot, malbec, sauvignon blanc, pinot blanc, semillon

With a unique approach toward sustainable winemaking and viticulture, this winery on Oregon Road is truly one-of-a-kind.

Educating visitors about biodynamic farming practices is something Shinn Estate Vineyards takes pride in, as well as being transparent with their customers as much as possible. It’s currently one of three wineries in the United States that lists all its ingredients on the wine bottle.

In an effort to further biodynamic practices, Shinn purchased a Marc Nomblot concrete egg from France — a first for the East Coast — and is eager to see the results of their grapes fermenting in its natural environment.

Although ownership changed over in 2017, the core of Shinn remains the same as winemaker Patrick Caserta continues to produce great wines and the vineyard crew maintains biodynamic farming that Shinn Estate was founded on. The current owners are incredibly grateful for the path that founders Barbara and David Shinn paved and look forward to building on that in coming years.

2000 Oregon Road, Mattituck; 631-804-0367; shinnestatevineyards.com

SPARKLING POINTE VINEYARDS AND WINERY

Owners: Cynthia and Tom Rosicki

Winemaker: Gilles Martin

Hours of operation: Year round 11 a.m.–6 p.m. Check website for winter hours. Closes at 5 p.m. Sunday–Thursday.

Year established: 2004

Acres planted: Over 45

Varieties: chardonnay, pinot noir, pinot meunier

The vision of vintners Cynthia and Tom Rosicki, Sparkling Pointe encompasses over 45 acres of sustainably grown vineyard planted with the classic Champagne grape varietals — pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay. Using strictly the traditional Méthode Champenoise process, Sparkling Pointe is the only winery on the North Fork to produce exclusively sparkling wines.

The wines are produced at the onsite winery, designed and maintained by French born winemaker Gilles Martin, formerly of Champagne’s famed Deutz and Roederer Estates, who boasts a prestigious Masters of Oenology from the University of Montpellier. The wines are showcased at the Grand Tasting House in Southold, where guided educational tastings are conducted daily amongst exquisite views of the vineyards, winery and cellar.

In recent years, Sparkling Pointe’s portfolio has expanded to include cuvées such as oak-aged Blanc de Blancs Reserve, red sparkling Noir de Noirs and the very dry Brut Nature. Also, be on the lookout for increased production of large format bottling and the wildly popular sparkling rosés. Sparkling Pointe’s wines are consistently acknowledged as some of the best in the region in Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator and the New York Wine & Food Classic.

39750 Route 48, Southold; 631-765-0200; sparklingpointe.com

SUHRU WINES

Owner: Susan Hearn

Winemaker: Russell Hearn

Hours of operation: May-November Thursday-Monday noon-6 p.m.; December-April Friday-Sunday noon-6 p.m.; closed in January.

Year established: 2008

Varieties: pinot grigio, riesling, sauvignon blanc, shiraz, merlot, cabernet franc, petit verdot, cabernet sauvignon, malbec

Suhru Wines is a taste of New York State. All fruit is sourced from vineyards on the North Fork except riesling, which is sourced from the Finger Lakes.

The family-owned winery is thrilled for the opening of its Tasting House in May 2018 and is dedicated to crafting bright, fruit-forward wines from the regions in which they grow best.

All members of the Hearn family contribute their skills and strength to the business. The new Cutchogue tasting room will be run by mother-daughter duo Susan and Shelby Hearn and aims to create a warm, approachable environment for guests.

The Hearn family believes that at the heart of every home there is wine. They hope visitors will feel as if they have been invited into their own home to taste and enjoy wine in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere.

28735 Main Road, Cutchogue; 631-603-8127; suhruwines.com

THE TAP ROOM AT COREY CREEK

Owner: Michael Lynne

Winemaker: Richard Olsen-Harbich

Hours of operation: noon-5 p.m.; open Saturdays December-May

Year established: 1980

Acres: 75

Varieties: merlot, cabernet franc, malbec, syrah, petit verdot, chardonnay, viognier, sauvignon blanc, albariño, pinot gris

The Tap Room at Corey Creek is a new way to experience the best wines Bedell has to offer. The Southold establishment serves limited runs of small-batch, hand-crafted and sustainable wines on tap and also offers wines by the bottle and in growlers.

Winemaker Richard Olsen-Harbich was among the first on the East Coast to use entirely indigenous yeasts and co-founded Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing, the first sustainability program in the region.

The Tap Room was remodeled in 2017 with a rustic vineyard/coastal chic look that’s the perfect backdrop for private parties or enjoying tap wines with friends and family.

Try a microflight, which includes three tap wines of your choice for $10. Various specialty tap wines that are limited in production are also available. Ask about their loyalty card and growler program.

45470 Route 25, Southold; 631-765-4168; bedellcellars.com

ANTHONY NAPPA WINES AT THE WINEMAKER STUDIO

Owners: Anthony and Sarah Nappa

Winemaker: Anthony Nappa

Hours of operation: Noon-7 p.m. Friday to Monday

Year established: 2007

The only certified organic wines in New York are available in Peconic.

Anthony Nappa Wines at The Winemaker Studio offers wines that meet high standards of excellence and are made naturally without additives. The winery purchases all of its grapes and, because of this, it isn’t beholden to vintage variation.

The knowledgeable staff provides small, intimate wine tasting experiences. Wine club members are also offered pop-up dinners. Giving members a close relationship with the winemaker and the Nappa Wines family presents a glimpse into the farm-to-table lifestyle of the North Fork.

Nappa Wines has launched a second wine brand, Shared Table Farm, and will open a members-only B&B at their farmstead in Southold run by chef/owner Sarah Nappa.

Almost all of their wines have scored 90 points and above from at least one of the major wine publications.

774-641-7488; anthonynappawines.com

WÖLFFER ESTATE VINEYARD  

Owners: Joey and Marc Wölffer

Winemaker: Roman Roth (winemaker and partner)

Hours of operation: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday-Saturday.

Year established: 1988

Acres: 55 at Sagaponack Estate

Varieties: Sagaponack: merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, chardonnay, trebbiano, vignoles. North Fork: merlot, cabernet franc, malbec, semillon, sauvignon blanc.

The tasting room at Wölffer Estate Vineyard is both a center of activity and place of tranquility.

Newly renovated in March 2017, guests are warmly welcomed into a rustic-modern space overlooking the lush vineyards to the east and the gently rolling Hamptons landscape to the west.

Guests can enjoy table service to learn about and sample Wölffer’s award-winning wines both inside and outside on the terrace, with live music every Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. Winery tours are held on weekends.

The winery will have an in-house sommelier program this year. Resident sommeliers will help guests with wine selections, guide them through tastings and offer more in-depth information regarding vinification and grape growing.

Wölffer wines stand in the company of the world’s finest, earning excellent scores and reviews from some of the most prestigious voices in wine. Recent accomplishments include high scores in Wine Advocate and Wine Enthusiast. Mulled wine and gin cocktails are also available.

139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack; 631-537-5106; wolffer.com