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All reviews mother daughter chicken coop laid back tasting room wood stove farm animals porta potty long island beautiful vineyard off the beaten path buy a bottle great wine hidden gem property trees grounds setting
A perfect place to sit, chat, drink good wines and pass the time. Small intimate tasting room. Great family owned winery that is a hidden gem. Sit inside, on the deck and tables or walk the grounds. They have one of the last remaining ice...More
The winery was tiny and literally in an old chicken coop, but the wine was fantastic. I loved the steel barreled Chardonnay. On a prettier day I’m sure it would have been nice to sit outside and enjoy the property.
Truly wonderful place. The four of us had started at another vineyard. The setting of that establishment was stellar but the attitude unwelcoming. This vineyard rustic with ducks and chickens running about. The attitude here completely opposite of the other establishment. The wine was also...More
Beautiful setting and good NY state wines. Irene the server was very friendly and informative. The vineyard runs to the bay. Nice collection of barnyard birds. Could have sat there all day. We will next time...you can bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a glass...More
Visited on a recent classy bachelorette weekend. It was the third and final stop on our Long Island wine tour. As a group of 10, we had reservations and were immediately funneled into the back room (“the cat room”). It was a cozy tasting spot...More
This is one of the oldest, if not the oldest working family-run farm on the island. While looks can be deceiving, this is one vineyard you don't want to miss. The tasting room is in a converted shed with a wood stove and is very...More
Everything I was hoping for in a winery. To me, it's more about getting away from life, stress, nassau county and the daily grind. Was looking for a relaxing, rustic, non- commercialized place where people were laid back and chill. I Iike the mother-daughter combo,...More
This place stands out with it's farm-like charm and overall 'rustic' vibe. You're able to wander around freely while sampling some wines (~12$ for a sampling of four), or purchase wine by the bottle or glass. There are chickens that roam the grounds freely, which...More