North Fork Wine Country

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Long Island’s North Fork 

The poet Robert Frost was right about forks in the road. The “one less traveled by” can make all the difference. As you near Long Island, you can either turn right for the Hamptons or make a left toward the North Fork. Turn left. You’ll find in Long Island’s rural wine country, with farm stands aplenty, a quiet small town feel, with some of the best food on the East End. An enchanting visit to Long Island’s Wine Country transports you to a place where over 60 vineyards flourish and over 30 wineries open their doors offering their bounty to visitors who can sample Long Island’s latest award-winning wines, or take a fascinating cellar tour and see how Long Island’s gifted vintners have perfected their craft.

97 mi. from Manhattan
16 Mi. to New England Ferries

 
 
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Cutchogue, NY

Cutchogue is the heart of the agricultural North Fork. People come because of an appreciation for its rural character. The water, the sunshine, the farmland and the enchanted light