One of the North Fork’s most popular wineries is now offering wood-fired pizza along with its lineup of food-friendly wines.
A three-generation family-run winery, Macari Vineyards has tasting rooms in both Mattituck and Cutchogue.
Its Mattituck property, with vineyard rows lining Sound Avenue, provides an inviting scenic entryway into the hamlet.
We visited the property during harvest this week to film our latest “one minute” segment. We hope you enjoy these 60 seconds as much as we did.
Colleen McCaffery of Mattituck has been practicing yoga for more than a decade. But she only began pursuing the tradition more seriously after a multiple sclerosis diagnosis in March 2015.
She found the ancient practice and its focus on balance to be a welcome antidote for the debilitating disease, which affected her equilibrium. That, coupled with medication and a modified diet incorporating fermented foods, has helped her manage her symptoms.
“It’s the best medicine,” she said. “Because I do yoga, I am in touch with my body. My balance is a little better. I am not tired as much.” (more…)
Locate on the west side of Mattituck Inlet is this Soundfront beach with parking, a playground and restrooms. (more…)
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For those who love to unwind at the end of the day with relaxing water views, this Mattituck home is for you.
Nestled on Fox Hollow Road, property owners get views of Mattituck Creek from their home. Additionally, a private, brand-new dock allows homeowners to boat, fish, kayak and paddleboard right off the 1.15-acre property.
Imagine your backyard plantings were so bountiful more than a dozen garden enthusiasts drove from more than an hour away to harvest your vegetables and prepare a feast?
That’s exactly what happens at Nick Ranieri’s vegetable garden in Mattituck … every year. (more…)
Anyone can walk into a big box store and buy a run-of-the-mill four-piece dinnerware set. It’s much harder to find a mug featuring raindrop dimples or one made with clay found along Peconic Bay.
Ceramic artist Chris Fanjul, 39, specializes in just such pieces — including bowls, mugs, plates sculptures and more — all of which are anything but ordinary. Fanjul, who creates his comely yet functional pieces at his Mattituck home studio, contends that ceramics is as much of a form of creative communication as any traditional art.
“Its been seen for so long as a functional craft, but you can be as expressive with it as you’re able, as you chose to be,” he said during a late July interview. (more…)