11/14/17 6:00am

This Cutchogue home is listed for $2,100,000. (Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty courtesy photo)

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This shingle-style home in Cutchogue offers all the benefits of waterfront living, without the worry that comes along with it.

The Fleetwood Road home features a dock, which can accommodate a boat of up to 30 feet. The house is also located 12 to 15 feet above water, which mitigates flood risk.

Nestled on East Creek, residents are treated to views of Haywaters Cove and out toward Nassau Point and Cutchogue Harbor.

“It’s really all about the views and the dockage and the proximity to the bay,” said listing agent Matthew Gillies, of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Real Estate. “The owner is an avid fisherman and sportsman and it’s the perfect setup.” (more…)

10/12/17 6:00am

From left: ‘PALE MALE: A Pilgrimage’ by Roz Dimon, ‘Where Is Home’ by Han Qin and ‘Composition with Windmill’ by Colin Goldberg.

The latest exhibit at Alex Ferrone Gallery in Cutchogue connects the digital world to traditional artistic mediums in unexpected ways. The show, entitled “Hybrid,” will debut Saturday, Oct. 14, featuring works by artists Roz Dimon, Colin Goldberg and Qin Han.

Goldberg, whose work focuses on the intersection of digital and traditional mediums and has exhibited alongside Ferrone at other galleries, was the inspiration for the exhibit, said Ferrone, who opened the gallery in 2013. Dimon and Qin were also natural fits. (more…)

10/02/17 6:01am

Charolais cattle at McCall Vineyards and Ranch in Cutchogue. (Credit: Connor Harrigan/McCall courtesy photo)

The white Charolais cows that roam McCall Ranch’s 40 acres are unlike traditional American cows. They are leaner, devoid of spots and stark white. According to the men and women who work with them, the cows nuzzle up against people, the way dogs do. (more…)

09/26/17 6:03am

At Bedell Cellars, every cellar employee has a hand — or more specifically, a flower petal, leaf or sea shell — in making the wines each harvest.

That’s because winemaker Rich Olsen-Harbich has started a tradition that increases the types of natural yeast used in the fermentation process by incorporating North Fork plants and minerals foraged by the staff. (more…)