Peconic Bay Farm 31520 Main Rd, Cutchogue, NY11935 Located just east of Peconic Bay Winery, Peconic Bay Farm is now a private grape production facility. The land is…More used to produce grapes for winemaking and is no longer an active retail farm stand. Visit Peconic Bay Winery to enjoy their North Fork wines.
Peconic Bay Materials 261 Cox Neck Rd, Mattituck, NY11952 Peconic Bay Materials is a local excavation contractor. This business specializes in the moving earth, rock and various…More materials above or underground. Peconic Bay Materials serves the town of North Fork and surrounding communities. Be sure to call the number provided for more information on the services offered or to schedule an appointment.
Family owned and operated since 1978, Great Peconic Bay Marina is a year-round, 13-acre full-service marina located…More on Hawk's Creek, where Great Peconic Bay and Flanders Bay meet in South Jamesport. With 175 boat slips, the facility is a popular spot for those on fishing expeditions or on a low-key family vacation. The marina provides a fully-stocked marine store, air conditioned restrooms with showers, gas and diesel fuel, pump out station, and block and cube ice. Indoor and outdoor storage is also available. Call for seasonal rates.
Academy Printing Services is located in an old schoolhouse on Horton's Lane in Southold. Though the location is old,…More Academy uses modern technology for its custom printing and graphic design business. Whether you're looking to create a logo, sign, letterhead or business cards, Academy Printing has the capabilities to serve all your business needs. Photocopies, fax, and UPS shipping are also available.
In addition to custom print jobs and design, Academy Printing also publishes the Peconic Bay Shopper. Each month the Peconic Bay Shopper highlights historic pictures and stories about the North Fork of Long Island. News announcements, a calendar of events, and local business advertising are also included in the Peconic Bay Shopper.
Retired air traffic controller Ray Blum planted the first vines at Peconic Bay Winery in 1979. Since then, wines such…More as Chardonnay, Riesling, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvigon and Cabernet Franc have been produced from grapes grown on 200 acres.
The current tasting room, complete with panoramic patio, tapas menu and high-energy live music every weekend, opened in 2009 across from the shopping center in Cutchogue.
The winery recently picked up the Nautique line of wines, which are gaining in popularity, and is working to develop a line of spirits. Alongside booking weekend warrior musicians for entertainment, Peconic Bay has hosted concerts by bigger names such as John Pizzarelli, Richie Havens and Mountain.
Bruner Softener and Filter Service Peconic Bay Blvd, Cutchogue, NY11935 Bruner Softener and Filter Service is a water filtration equipment facility located in Eastern Long Island. Call for…More more information.