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The fertile moraine soil and temperate climate of the North Fork of eastern Long Island NY make for good grape growing.

The presence of America's largest metropolitan area (New York City, the Long Island summer resort towns called The Hamptons, and the Connecticut Shoreline) provide an excellent market for North Fork vintages. Drive the 20 miles between the towns of Aquebogue and Southold and you'll pass nearly three dozen vineyards and wineries.

Ferryboats from New London CT take you to the North Fork in less than an hour and a half. More...

Bedell Cellars

Corey Creek Tasting Room
45470 Main Road (NY Route 25), Southold NY 11971
Tel 631-765-4168
Three vineyards (Bedell, Corey Creek and Wells Road) and a five-star winemaking team produce a range of excellent wines.

Harbes Family Farm & Vineyard

715 Sound Avenue, Mattituck NY
Tel 631-298-9463
A family farm for 12 generations, this is a full working farm as well as a vineyard.

Lenz Winery

Main Road, Peconic NY
Tel 631-734-6010
One of the North Fork's oldest wineries, founded in 1978.

Old Field Vineyards

59600 Main Road, Southold NY
Tel 631-765-0004
Bring a picnic to eat as you sip on these wines made on a family farm.

Paumanok Vineyards

1074 Main Road, Aquebogue NY
Tel 631-722-8800
Once a potato farm, it now boasts 73 acres of vineyards and an outtanding Loire Valley-type chenin blanc.

Shinn Estate Vineyards

2000 Oregon Road, Mattituck NY
Tel 631-804-0367
Biodynamic and organic grapes grown without chemicals, and a four-room bed-and-breakfast inn as well.

The closest winemaking region to Long Island's North Fork is undoubtedly the Connecticut Shoreline. More...

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