Get ready to enjoy dishes smoked and roasted over the burning wood of North Fork grape vine clippings.
Jamesport Vineyards will soon offer a secluded space for private tastings in addition to its main tasting room and manicured back lawn.
An old wooden cauliflower shed on the Main Road property will be reborn as an event space, open for private parties and intimate tastings. (more…)
You know you’ve arrived on the food scene when you’re rated by Zagat, one of the most respected restaurant guides in the world.
Zagat recently included Jamesport Vineyards in an article headlined “8 must-visit wineries with stellar food.” (more…)
If food, wine and fun is on your list this summer, Jamesport Vineyards will be the location for an event next month that promises all three in one afternoon.
The North Fork Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival is returning to the Main Road winery for the second consecutive year June 25. (more…)
It was a celebration of both old and the new at Jamesport Vineyards Saturday.
The Main Road winery celebrated 30 years in business with its first “Burning of the Vines” celebration on the same night it released a new bottle. (more…)
It was 1986 when Ron Goerler Sr. purchased the 165-year-old barn that houses the winery and tasting room at Jamesport Vineyards.
Today, the stately structure is still in use, but Goerler’s son Ron Jr. now oversees production of the nearly 5,000 cases the winery makes each year. And the third generation of Goerlers, Ron Jr.’s children, help out in the vineyard.
Now, one of Long Island Wine Country’s founding families is celebrating 30 years of growing North Fork wine by hosting a “Burning of the Vines” party, where food cooked over old vine branches will be served. (more…)