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.
Vineyard 48, named for its location on Route 48 in Cutchogue, is known for its award-winning Riesling, live music…More every weekend in the summer, an open-air tasting room decked out with black leather couches and cigar shop next door. Established in 1982, this winery is a great place to party — or to host your next private party.
Castello di Borghese Vineyard and Winery was one of the original wineries on the North Fork since the seventies. They…More pride themselves on providing only the highest quality wine that is a match to or superior to the wine that actually comes from the vineyards in Italy. The place is lovely and has a lot of old World charm. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable both about wineries, vineyards and the old country. Stepping inside is like stepping into Tuscany itself.
Palmer Vineyards 5120 Sound Ave, Riverhead, NY11901 Founded by Bob Palmer in 1983, Palmer Vineyards in Riverhead is one of the oldest vineyards on the North Fork and…More continues to make quality wines with merlot, chardonnay, pinot blanc, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, sauvignon blanc, gewurztraminer, and riesling grapes from 48 acres of vines. The production facility includes a cozy tasting room, an outdoor patio and informational signs about the wine making process for self-guided tours. During harvest season about 400 to 700 people a day visit Palmer. The vineyard also hosts many weddings and special events and has live music and art shows to entertain guests from July through October.
Duck Walk Vineyards 231 Montauk Hwy, Water Mill, NY11976 Herodotus Damianos, owner of Pindar Vineyards in Peconic and one of the architects of the Long Island wine industry,…More founded Duck Walk Vineyards in Watermill –part of Southampton– in 1994. The chateau-style building is where all the wine is produced, and has a small tasting room that still attracts crowds on the South Fork. In 2007, a Duck Walk tasting room opened on Route 48 in Southold, providing another venue for tastings of such Duck Walk staples as Southampton White and Blueberry Port. Duck Walk also operates a retail wine store in Port Jefferson.
Sparkling Pointe 39750 Route 48, Southold, NY11971 Champagne lovers Tom and Cynthia Rosicki had the idea of opening a vineyard on the North Fork, where they both live,…More since witnessing the birth and growth of Long Island Wine Country over a span of 20 years. In 2001, they began talking with long-time vineyard manager Steve Mudd about acquiring land for their plan. Two years later, they purchased property that was previously a nursery on Route 48 in Southold to plant wine grapes. Sparkling Pointe, the only winery on the North Fork dedicated exclusively to producing home-grown sparkling wine, opened in October 2009. The uber-modern facility, complete with chandeliers and white leather couches, is becoming known for its live entertainment, from celebrity chef appearances to karaoke nights.
Sunset Motel 62005 Route 48, Greenport, NY11944 This two-story waterfront hotel provides expansive views of the Long Island Sound and a large area for guests to enjoy…More sunbathing during the day and sunsets at night. The motel is conveniently located just minutes from dining and antique shops. Wine enthusiasts can slip away to a nearby vineyard and for those seeking a little more activity, golf, tennis and fishing opportunities are close by.
Herodotus Damianos, the owner of Pindar Vineyards in Peconic and one of the architects in the prospering Long Island…More wine industry, founded Duck Walk Vineyards in 1994. Surrounded by 30 acres of Sauvignon Blanc grape vines, Duck Walk North is a great place to taste Duck Walk's wines while visiting Long Island's famous Wine Trail. Both tasting rooms in the Normandy-chateau- style building can accommodate any party.
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In 2007, a Duck Walk tasting room opened on Route 48 in Southold, providing another venue for tastings of such Duck Walk staples as Southampton White and Blueberry Port.
Duck Walk also operates a retail wine store in Port Jefferson.