Osprey Dominion

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Osprey Dominion

At Osprey Dominion vineyards on Long Island’s North Fork, ninety acres of vinifera grapes grow under the watchful eye of master winemaker Adam Suprenant. The first Osprey’s Domion vines were planted on 24 acres in Peconic in 1983. An additional 16 acre parcel in Mattituck was purchased and planted in the late 1980s, and after the early 1990s, when another … Read More

Jamesport Vineyards

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Jamesport Vineyards

Jamesport Vineyards is a three-generation family-owned and sustainably-run winery and vineyard on the North Fork of Long Island. Ron and Ann Marie Goerler came to the North Fork over thirty years ago and planted their first Chardonnay vines in 1981. They were some of the leading pioneers in what would become the thriving Long Island winery scene. Today they produce … Read More

Martha Clara Vineyards

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Martha Clara Vineyards

The story of Martha Clara Vineyards begins with Robert Entenmann, the grandson of William Entenmann, who founded the world renowned Entenmann’s bakery in Brooklyn in 1898. After running the prosperous family business for many years, Robert decided it was time for a change and purchased a potato farm on the North Fork of Long Island. He transformed it into a … Read More

Baiting Hallow Farm Vineyard

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Baiting Hallow Farm Vineyard

During the 1980s, Sam Rubin ventured to eastern Long Island and acquired what has since become the beautiful Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard, the first vineyard you will see on Sound Avenue, just east of Edwards Avenue. The original parcel of land that made up Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyards was just 3.5 acres in size, with the purchase of an additional … Read More