Channing Daughters' Winery 1927 Scuttlehole Rd, Bridgehampton, NY11932 Channing Daughters' Winery co-founder Walter Channing planted the first Chardonnay vines on his Bridgehampton farm in…More 1982. In the decades since, the vineyard has evolved to include interesting varieties of grapes such as Tocai Friulano, Muscat Ottonel, Malvasia, and Pinot Bianco — grapes rarely found anywhere else on the East End — on 25 picturesque acres on the South Fork and several more on the North Fork. Many of Channing Daughters' methods of making wine date back to ancient times, when all grapes were picked and punched down by hand. The winery's quaint tasting room and outdoor patio include sculptures and artwork by Mr. Channing, who also runs a venture capital business.
Mudd Vineyards, Ltd. 39005 County Road 48, Southold, NY11971 Mudd Vineyards is a vineyard development and managament/consulting firm based in Southold. Mudd has worked in…More conjunction with other Long Island wineries to develop vineyards and wines. In 1974, David and Stephen Mudd planted their own vineyard. Since that time, Mudd Vineyards has been involved in planting more than 1,500 acres of vines for Long Island vineyards, and developed vineyards along the East Coast. The company is known throughout the country for its development and management skills. Stephen Mudd has worked with many of the North and South Fork vineyards including Sherwood House Vineyard, Channing Sisters, Cristiano Family Vineyards and Lieb Family Cellars. Mudd has also helped start the careers of many area vineyard managers. In addition, Mudd Vineyards sells its grapes to other vineyards. For more information, please call.