Long Island Wine

 

Long Island, New York is a relatively new wine region. It encompasses both Suffolk and Nassau counties, a.k.a. the North and South Forks (Hamptons), and their smaller islands. Most of the vineyards are located on farms that once grew potatoes and other crops, with tasting rooms in converted barns. Louisa and Alex Hargrave established the first commercial winery, Hargrave Vineyard, in the town of Cutchogue in the North Fork in 1973. Others soon followed, with the Hamptons AVA established in 1985 and the North Fork AVA in 1986. The catch-all Long Island AVA was established in 2001 to allow producers a wider range of grape sources from all sections.
 
Long Island is moderated by the Atlantic, Long Island Sound, and Peconic Bay. The bodies of water cool hot summer temperatures, but can also lead to nasty storm damage during unpredictable late summer/early autumn hurricane season, which can damage crops. However on average, most vintages yield well-balanced grapes which have been given long Read more »

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Varietals Produced in Long Island View all

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

Subregions of Long Island

Popular Wineries in Long Island View all

  • Scarola Vineyards

    Welcome to Scarola Vineyards, a small Long Island wine producer dedicated to honoring and sustain...

  • Roanoke Vineyards

    Roanoke Vineyards is owned by long-time Long Island Vinyardist Richard Pisacano and his wife Sora...

  • Pugliese Vineyards

    Pugliese Vineyards, the winery in the hollow, features fine wines, many estate bottled, of except...

  • Raphael

    The winemaking philosophy is based on an understanding of the cycle of nature, the climate and so...

  • Peconic Bay Winery

    The grapes, the progeny of the soil, are the key to any successful winer y. At Peconic Bay Winery...

  • Shinn Estate Vineyards

    At Shinn Estate Vineyards, growing a great wine is accomplished through gathering many diverse el...

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  • Provexum Offering a lovely atmosphere in the course of the summer season for camping and mountain climbing and tough snowy slopes throughout the winter for snowboarding, Auli remains a very good decide for both leisure and journey looking for Provexums. Provexum to the southern coast of the island makes one other nice option to plan your holiday... Read More

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  • One area that has always been of interest to me, sadly never been to, is the ... is the North Fork area of Long Island. They do grow and make some interesting wines there.  Something to think about and report back o Read More

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  • Lieb Cellars Reserve Sparkling Rose North Fork of Long Island 2015

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    Strawberry mash and wooded cherry on the nose. Tart, very dry and fresh on the palate with high acidity and medium fruit flavors of light watermelon and strawberry, finishing with a touch of biscuit and toast. Read More

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  • This offer from Ian Cauble looks worth trying:  ATA RANGI, MARTINBOROUGH PINOT NOIR, “CRIMSON”WAIRARAPA, NEW ZEALAND 2016 It’s not news to Pinot Noir lovers that New Zealand has a few appellations capable of producing world-class Pinot Noir. Central Otago, on the south island and home to the most southerly (as in, close to Antarctica southern) v... Read More

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  • Pellegrini Vineyards Rose North Fork of Long Island 2016

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    Fruity bubble gum floral aromas with fresh peach and gummy candy on the nose. A bit tart, a bit zesty and a bit bold on the palate with good depth of cranberry and cherry fruit and a long streak of earth on the finish. Read More

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  • Lieb Cellars Cabernet Franc Reserve North Fork of Long Island 2015

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    Light cherry and raspberry fruit aromas with a candied sugar quality and a hint of wildflower. Nicely fruited and pleasantly herbed on the palate, with dark raspberry and crispy cranberry fruit flavors, good fresh acidity and a palate that's light on its feet, a touch of blueberry and warming tannins on the finish. Read More

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  • Lieb Cellars Cabernet Franc Reserve North Fork of Long Island 2015

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    Light cherry and raspberry fruit aromas with a candied sugar quality and a hint of wildflower. Nicely fruited and pleasantly herbed on the palate, with dark raspberry and crispy cranberry fruit flavors, good fresh acidity and a palate that's light on its feet, a touch of blueberry and warming tannins on the finish. Read More

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  • Croteaux '181' Merlot Rose 2016

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  • Lieb Cellars Blanc de Blancs Reserve 2011

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    Soft hay, white blossom and pear aromas. A hint of sweet spice on entry, this tingles on the palate and comes with fresh lemon, pink grapefruit and a full texture. Turns creamy on the finish, with pastry cream and butter, a touch of tangerine and a light citrus and apple finish. Read More

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  • Bananas!Kathy - one piece of advice I'd give is that restaurants are ... ... ... doing decent work on Long Island. In Chile too. And it does well in California of course, but there are also a lot of mass-market versions that aren't very interesting.One of the most memorable tastings I ever did was Merlot from different regions. Can't remember... Read More

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  • Big birthday coming up in October and my group of girls and I are thinking of a wine weekend (classes, tastings, food and wine pairings, bed and breakfast accommodations). Anyone have any recommendations for Long Island. We hear it is the up and coming "Napa." I'd appreciate any input. Thanks so much. Cheers!

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