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New York state is famous for its wines, mostly because of its fertile Finger Lakes region.

But New York has another important grape-growing and wine-making region right next to New England: the eastern end of Long Island, 93 miles (150 km) east of New York City.

Long Island's richest wine-making region is undoubtedly its North Fork centered on the town of Peconic (map).

The rich glacial moraine soil and mild Long Island Sound climate produce excellent grapes of many varieties, making for an interesting and unusually diverse wine-tasting experience. More...


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