Lenz has a beautiful outdoor courtyard and excellent single-varietal wines. Don't miss the old vines library wines going back to the 1990s.
Taste McCall's certified sustainable wines in the rustic tasting room housed in a converted barn. Great Pinot Noir made as a red and rosé.
Elegant tasting room and beautiful vineyard views from the deck. Check out the artist series labels and the limited-release small-batch wines.
Originally known as Hargrave Vineyard, this was the first Long Island winery. Taste their French grape varietals made in an Old World style.
Paumonak also makes Old-World-style wines, including a refreshing Chenin Blanc. Stop by on summer weekends for live music and an oyster bar.
The name says it all. Sparkling Pointe specializes in sparkling wines using the traditional method. Enjoy a flight of their white and rosé bubbly.
Lieb has two Long Island tasting rooms. Try the all-Merlot flight to experience vintage variation. And snack on a selection of tasty meats and cheeses.
Stop by Macari's standing-room-only wine bar or book a seated wine tasting led by a Macari wine educator. Delicious wine and food!
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