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.
Sannino Moving to New Tasting Room
Sannino Wines is moving to its brand new Tasting Room on Route 48 in Cutchogue on Wednesday, September 4.
Join the Sannino crew for a send-off party on the last day at their Peconic tasting barn on Peconic Lane on Monday, September 2 with live music from 1pm-5pm with Perfect Strangers.
RGNY – Stomp Party
Ever want to Stomp the Grapes? You can…Get your tickets today for RGNY Stomp Party on September 15. Tickets are $80 for adults or $25 for children and include bottle of wine, grape-stomping, live music, picnic basket from Lombardi’s and tour of the 200-acre vineyard. Sounds like a blast! Get your tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stomp-party-at-rgny-tickets-65488753625
Suhru Wines and Touch of Venice Pairings
Suhru Wines on Main Road in Cutchogue is pairing up with Touch of Venice restaurant across the street with a couple of deals. First, at the Suhru Tasting Room, enjoy shared plate options prepared by Touch of Venice. And, the restaurant has no corkage fee if you bring a bottle of Suhru wine to dine. Nice!
Oh, and let’s not forget that Suhru is offering $5 glasses of dry Reisling during September at the tasting room.
North Fork Pet Friendly Wineries
Where can you bring your favorite four-legged friend to your wine-tasting? Here are nine 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
*Corey Creek, Southold
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.