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Spent an afternoon here wine tasting with several friends. You are allowed to bring in outside food so we had quite a selection. The security guards were so nice. Live music was great. Not all vineyards are good for a group our size, but this...More
We visit the North Fork several times a year and we continue to come back to this vineyard. The wine selection is excellent, the bands are fabulous and the food is reasonable and very good. Besides some of the wine purchased helps support the horse...More
A friend had graciously given us a gift card for this establishment. We had previously avoided this tasting room. Well not we know why. The wines were just so so. It just did not do it for us. We will not be going back.
I came back here for the second time with friends. It's a very pretty vineyard, with a barn that houses rescue horses.
The wines are nice, though not the best, in my opinion, on the island, but none the less, one of the nicer vineyards.
What a friendly staff, nice meat and cheese trays to purchase, wine, beer, juices, food truck. A few horses, a jewelry sale, and just a wonderful tented out of the sun or in , your choice.
We danced, had a fun time, tasted some wine...More
I have to say first, I went on St Pattys Day, so it was quite crowded, and I don't think they likely anticipated the crowd they got. But, that being said they had a special event so should have known it would have been busy...More
This winery is beautiful and very well maintained. In addition, they are pet friendly and even host fundraisers for local shelters periodically throughout the year. My favorite part has to be the horse rescue, live music year round on weekends and their Wineritas in the...More
This place was so disappointing. Stealing or something else must be a problem here, but management should look from within first before treating guests like criminals. Entering a vineyard shouldn't be like security at the airport where your bag is inspected. Then upon leaving, a...More