Long Island New York Winery Website Links



Pellegrini Winery If you're looking for a link to a Long Island New York Winery, here is the list of wineries located on Long Island, New York! Long Island has a reputation for its mansions and high-end lifestyle. The Great Gatsby was set on Long Island, as is the TV show Royal Pains. Walk along the beach, relax for a weekend and visit the delicious wineries!

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Ackerly Pond Vineyards
Ray Blum used to own Peconic Bay Vineyards - one of the first vineyards in the area. When he sold Peconic Bay, he began this winery.

Bedell Cellars Winery
The Bedell Winery creates a collection of wines including merlots, cabs, and ice wines. Just purchased by the co-CEO of New Line Cinema.

Castello di Borghese Vineyard
Hargrave was the founding winery in 1973 for the Long Island region. This estate is now owned by the Borghese family.

Channing Daughters Winery
Gorgeous labels and tasty wine make this a winery well worth visiting. There´s even artworks in the tasting area!

Comtesse Therese Winery
Owned by Theresa Dilworth, this winery creates fine reds and whites.

Corey Creek Winery
The Corey Creek Winery has a lovely building and tasting area, and great wines as well. This is actually a division of Bedell Cellars.

Duck Walk Vineyards
A wide selection of wines, from typicals for the region such as merlot and chardonnay to more unusual pinot meunier and blueberry port.

Gristina / Galluccio Vineyards / Macari
Gristina changed names and was Galluccio. Then Macari bought them. This is a fun, friendly winery on Long Island with a nice collection of wines.

Jamesport Vineyards
Jamesport Vineyards creates a wide selection of wines and offers a lovely facility for visiting and events.

Laurel Lake Vineyards
This winery makes a large number of wine options, something for everyone.

Lenz Winery
The Lenz Winery offers a fun visit experience and tasty wine options.

Lieb Cellars Winery
Fifty acres of vines, grown herbicide free create tasty wines.

Macari Vineyards
The Macari Vineyards have a fresh wood and glass tasting room, with classic Chardonnay, Cabernet and Merlot wines.

Martha Clara Vineyards
Featuring a huge tasting room and dining area, Martha Clara is set up well for functions.

Osprey's Dominion Vineyards
This winery hosts fun events and has wines well worth the visit.

Palmer Vineyards
Palmer Vineyards creates traditional grape wines, such as chardonnay, cabernet, merlot, and more.

Paumanok Winery
Paumanok Winery creates a variety of delicious wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot.

Peconic Bay Winery
Peconic Bay has a collection of traditional French varietal wine selections.

Pellegrini Winery
The Pellegrini Winery is a gorgeous location for visiting and special events. The wines are also quite nice.

Pindar Winery
The winery is very high end, and the tasting room is very upscale as well. Wines with a high price tag reflecting the quality.

Pugliese Vineyards
Begun in 1980, this winery now has 50 acres planted. In addition to French varietals, the winery also offers Sangiovese.

Raphael Winery
Begun in 1996, this winery focusses on making world class merlot.

Sherwood House Vineyards
Specializing in merlot and chardonnay.

Shinn Estate Vineyards
This new winery creates Merlot, Cab Franc and Chardonnay.

The Old Field Winery
A fun winery to visit, with gorgeous vineyards and even friendly farm animals!

Vineyard 48 / Bidwell Vineyards
This winery has been around since 1982 and makes a collection of French varietal wines. It changed its name from Bidwell Vineyards to Vineyard 48. That then was closed. We´ll see if it gets bought and reopened.

Waters Crest Winery
The first run of this winery was done in 2001. They source their grapes from other local vineyards.

Wolffer Estate Winery
Located on the South Fork of Long Island, it takes a bit of time to drive here, but it´s well worth making the effort.



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