This Cutchogue home has been listed for $999,000. (Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty)
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This Cutchogue colonial has only had two owners since it was built 50 years ago. And it’s easy to see why a homeowner would want to hold on to this five bedroom, two and half bath home located on a private one-acre property.
“It’s in a fantastic location,” said listing agent Cheryl Schneider of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. “Less than a mile from the beach and less than a mile from town.” (more…)
Tom Hug and his wife, Jennifer DiVello, spent the days leading up to Memorial Day preparing for a flood of tourists and locals out celebrating the holiday weekend.
While the three-day weekend marks the start of the busy season for so many local shop owners, it was particularly special to Hug and DiVello, owners of Revel North Fork in Cutchogue, because it marked their first anniversary in business.
“It’s been an amazing first year,” Hug said. “The outpouring of support and appreciation was overwhelming and humbling.” (more…)
A bottle of McCall Wines 2016 Cuvée Nicola. (Credit: Courtesy photo)
McCall Wines earned its reputation among local wine lovers on the back of its pinot noir program, which stands as the best on the East End. No other pinot noir comes close.
A peek behind the pinot portion of the portfolio reveals quality across the board. McCall’s cabernet franc and merlot are also often outstanding as well. The rosé, too. But the hidden gem of the lineup is on the white wine side — sauvignon blanc.
Starting in 2015, the McCall sauvignon blanc has been made entirely with estate-grown fruit (rather than purchased grapes from elsewhere on the North Fork). Grown in McCall’s North Ridge Vineyard — a vineyard formerly known as Andy’s Field when it was part of the Gristina property — our Wine of the Week is McCall Wines 2016 “Cuvée Nicola” Sauvignon Blanc ($24).(more…)