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Long Island's North Fork Wineries

Katie Dunn Canoeing on Lake Massawippi, in North Hatley, Quebec.

Photo: Katie Dunn

The upper eastern tip of Long Island—a 30-mile strip with oceanside plains, tidy villages, and rows of grapevines— produces top-notch wines that are showing up on menus across the country.

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Destinations: Greenport · Southold · Mattituck

Hotels (1)

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    Shinn Estate Farmhouse

    The north fork of Long Island—a 30-mile strip of oceanside plains dotted with farms and boutique wineries—is the quiet alternative to the nearby Ha

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    North Fork Table & Inn

    The restaurant is owned by Gerry Hayden, who was the chef at Aureole in New York, and his wife, Claudia Fleming, who worked with Tom Colicchio at G

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    Frisky Oyster

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    Village Cheese Shop

    The Normandy fondue at the Village Cheese Shop [fondue for two $25]—made with Époisses and Saint Albray—goes great with a glass of our crisp Merlot

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    Croteaux Farm Vineyard

    Michael and Paula Croteaux run the only winery in the United States dedicated solely to rosé.

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    The Old Field

    Owners Chris and Ros Baiz provide a history of the Fork's viticulture as they pour you a glass of their red Rooster Tail.

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