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Credit: Carl Timpone

The new tents at Macari Vineyards are decked out by White Flower Farmhouse and can be reserved for a wine-paired lunch (Credit: Carl Timpone).

Imagine enjoying the beauty of a North Fork vineyard outdoors while still able to escape to a luxurious warmth. Well, at Macari Vineyards, now you can.

The vineyard has teamed up with local designer Jesse Elliott and White Flower Farmhouse to turn heated platform tents from Terra Glamping into a stylish living room in the vines. These Bergen Road Bungalows, named after the Mattituck tasting room at Macari, are bright and beautifully designed with light wood tables, cream colored furniture and cozy pillows and blankets. 

If you fall in love, the contents of the tent are even shoppable. The mix of vintage and contemporary furnishings, local artwork, vinyl music, classic games and more are all available for enjoyment and purchase.

The tents are a way for Macari Vineyards to continue to offer outdoor seating in a safe and comfortable way. “When we reopened our tasting room to guests in early September, the response was incredible,” Gabriella Macari, manager, said. “We knew we had to get inventive to give our guests something safe and fun during the winter while prioritizing the health and comfort of our team. The fact that we’re able to support some of our favorite North Fork creatives in the process only makes it more exciting.”

The tents can be reserved for groups of up to six for an entire afternoon, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., and include a delicious lunch by caterer Lauren Lombardi (of Lombardi’s Love Lane Market) paired with Macari wines. Reservations can be made here and tickets are priced at $150 per person. In the coming months, Macari plans to expand the use of the tents to host guest chef dinners and more.

150 Bergen Ave, Mattituck, 631-298-0100