For a sophisticated affair, Bedell Cellars in Cutchogue is the perfect choice.
The 4,000-square-foot mahogany pavilion has a barnlike feel, can accommodate up to 200 guests, offering them sweeping views of the winery’s farmland and vineyards.
The happy couple can choose to host their ceremony, cocktail hour and dinner hour in three separate spaces, including the meticulously groomed apple orchard, lavender field and vineyard lawn.
“Our property is set up so everything flows nicely,” said Amy Finno-Israel, Bedell’s senior vice president of events. “And we get the most amazing sunsets.”
Bedell also offers the use of its historic tasting room. Originally constructed as a potato barn in 1919, the space was renovated in 2001 and styled by famed interior designer Vicente Wolf.
The tasting room features rare art from the private collection of Bedell owner Michael Lynne, a member of the Board of Trustees of New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
36225 Main Road