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Marisa Sannino, Anthony Sannio and Lisa Sannino gear up for the grand opening of their new tasting room last year. (Credit: Madison Fender)

Each week, we’re shining a spotlight on a different North Fork winery, showcasing its history and how you can support the operation at this time.

Sannino Vineyard is open for pickup and ships out of state and locally.

The winery is also now open for outdoor tastings for wine club members by reservation and will be open to all by reservation on June 18. They have also been featuring products from local businesses such as North Fork Potato Chips, Peconic Gold Oysters, Backyard Brine, North Fork Grass Fed Beef, Long Island Subtle Tea and Emma’s Garden Growers.

Name: Sannino Vineyards

Year founded: 2006

Acres: 26

Varieties: Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Rosé, Blends

History: Lisa and Anthony Sannino opened their first tasting barn in 2006 in Peconic. After a career in construction, Anthony built his family’s home on their vineyard in Cutchogue with the vision of turning part of it into a quaint bed and breakfast, as well as their new tasting room, which opened in 2019. Lisa now runs the five-room inn at the their now 31-year-old vineyard.

How you can support them: Join their tiered wine club and receive quarterly wine shipments, complimentary tastings, discounts on purchases and the bed and breakfast stays.

15975 County Rt. 48, Cutchogue, 734-8282