Brooklyn Oenology 2885 Peconic Ln, Peconic, NY11958 At Brooklyn Oenology, Brooklyn-based vintner Alie Shaper purchases grapes from North Fork growers and makes them into…More chardonnay, merlot, cabernet sauvignon and viognier at Premium Wine Group in Mattituck. Ms. Shaper has plans to open a winery in Brooklyn, but for now her wines can be tasted and purchased at The Tasting Room in Peconic.
Corcoran Group 53795 Route 25, Southold, NY11971 The Corcoran Group serves Long Island, as well as Manhattan and Brooklyn. The Southold branch specializes in residential…More and commercial real estate properties on the North Fork and Shelter Island. The company is committed to establishing and maintaining the beautiful cultural significance of the North Fork by choosing only the best properties to list and offer its clients.
The Tasting Room 2885 Peconic Ln, Peconic, NY11958 Established in 2003, the Tasting Room in Peconic is devoted to selling and providing samples of wines from smaller local…More vintners who don't have tasting rooms of their own. Before the shelves were stocked with wine, the 1860s building was everything from a speakeasy to a yarn store. The Tasting Room currently offers handcrafted wines from the following wineries: Comtesse Therese, Schnieder Vineyards, Brooklyn Oenology, Bouke, Gramercy, Onabay and Medolla Vineyards.
Theresa Dilworth, a Long Island native with family roots in Alsace, France, has been producing wine under the…More Comtesse Therese label since 2001. She and her team began using her own grapes, grown on Union Avenue in Aquebogue, in 2005. Premium Wine Group in Mattituck now makes the majority of the vineyard's wine. The consulting winemaker is Alie Shaper of Brooklyn Oenology.</p>
<p>The 20 acres of vines, located on 42 acres, include merlot, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, and sauvignon blanc, as well as younger malbec and syrah vines that have not yet begun to bear fruit. The vineyard, which is managed by Theresa's husband Sammy Shimura, is not open to the public. Her parents, SUNY Philosophy Professor David Dilworth and Mary Dilworth, also work at the vineyard.</p>
<p>Theresa ("Tree") Dilworth, an international tax lawyer who lives in Mattituck and NYC and works in Westchester, has become known for her innovative use of more unusual oak barrels, including Hungarian oak, Russian oak, and Canadian oak. Her 2002 Hungarian Oak Merlot won Best Merlot in New York at the 2004 New York Wine & Food Classic.</p>
<p>The wines are available at Comtesse Therese Bistro, the first winery-owned restaurant on the North Fork, which opened in October of 2010 in Aquebogue. The Bistro serves exclusively Comtesse Therese wines, paired with French classics such as escargots and local duck (house-smoked duck breast and confit de canard), local seafood (Montauk scallops, fresh cod), house-aged steaks, and local vegetables in season.</p>
<p>From July 2006 through Feb. 2011, Comtesse Therese had operated The Tasting Room, Long Island's only multi-vineyard wine tasting room.</p>