Keep in mind that many North Fork Vineyards require reservations – especially if you have a group 6 or larger. Check their websites for details. Also, many don’t allow outside food – see our post below for information on which tasting rooms still permit picnics.
Wine Down Wednesdays – RGNY
Join your friends at RGNY on Sound Avenue (formerly Martha Clara) for Wine Down Wednesdays the summer for with wine specials, food and live music.
Wednesdays from June through September 4 from 6pm-9pm.
Also at RGNY –Vineyard Tour: Join a guided Tour and tasting at the RGNY Vineyard on June 21 from noon to 2pm. Learn more about viticulture, winemaking, and history while taking a first-hand look at the vineyard and processing facility. Each walk will focus on what is happening in the vineyard, followed by a paired tasting surronded by our vines.$40 pp. For tickets, go to https://rgnywine.com
Suhru Wines and Mattitaco Pop-Up
Suhru Tasting House in Cutchogue is hosting Tacos and Tunes on Thursday evenings starting July 11 along with Mattitaco. Enjoy tacos and live music every Thursday! Check our live music calendar to find out who is playing each week.
Carnival at Sparkling Pointe
Sparkling Pointe in Peconic hosts a colorful Carnival on July 20 from 1pm-6pm featuring Brazilian dancers and musicians plus plenty of their sparking wines. Reserve your table soon!
Rosé and Bubbly Fest On July 20 starting at noon at RGNY on Sound Avenue.
Pizza in the Vines
Every Saturday in July, find Brockenzo Pizza at Bedell Cellars in Cutchogue from noon to 4pm.
North Fork Pet Friendly Wineries
Where can you bring your favorite four-legged friend to your wine-tasting? Here are seven of the North Fork Vineyards and Wineries that allow dogs – on leashes and outside only.
*Jason’s Vineyard, Jamesport
*RGNY – Sound Avenue, Riverhead
*Bedell Cellars – Main Road, Cutchogue
*Sherwood House – Main Road, Jamesport
*Duck Walk – Main Road, Southold
*Bridge Lane – Cox Neck Road, Mattituck
*Pugliese – Main Road, Cutchogue
Picnic at The Vineyards
You think the days of most vineyards and wineries allowing outside food are over? Not quite…we found a handful of that still permit picnics. Find out where at
Here on the North Fork, the sustainable winegrowing program is celebrating its eighth year and going strong. The participating winemakers have a impressive collective goal— minimize impact on the community plus keep the soil healthy to ensure a long lifespan for our vineyards.