Wine Tasting in Terryville


Wine Tasting with Chocolate and Souvenir Glass for Two or Four at Clovis Point Winery (Up to 59% Off)

Clovis Point Winery

Clovis Point Winery

After tasting available wines, guests select a favorite vintage to enjoy in a logo wine glass alongside a chocolate platter

$80 $35

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$30 for One-Hour Intro to the Master Vintners of the World Class from The Wine Special-List ($60 Value)

The Wine Special-List

The Wine Special-List

Sommelier Michael Friedwald curates a small list of wines from his selection of 100 labels, offering both education and tastings

$60 $30

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Deluxe Wine-and-Cheese Pairing for Two or Four at Duck Walk Vineyard (Up to 50% Off)

Duck Walk Vineyard

Multiple Locations

Tastings allow visitors to try four different wines and nibble on various types of cheese

$69.90 $36

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Cheese, Crackers, and Champagne at Pindar Vineyards (Up to 48% Off)

Pindar Vineyards

Pindar Vineyards

This winery’s large tasting room hosts groups as they sample the vineyard’s whites, reds, and custom blends; includes cheese and crackers

$54 $29

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Wine Tasting plus Cheese Platter and Wineglasses for Two or Four at Osprey's Dominion Vineyards (48% Off)

Osprey's Dominion Vineyards

Osprey's Dominion

Wine tastings offer drinkers samples of 5 different varietals complementing a Boar’s Head platter composed of Provolone, salami & crackers

$42 $22

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Wine 101 Tasting Experience for Two, Four, or Six at Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard (Up to 61% Off)

Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard

Peconic

Sample wines paired with pieces of chocolate and cheese; includes take-home crokscrew

$85 $39

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Just outside of Naples, Italy in a town called Dugenta, Salvatore Diliberto's family crafts its own wine each year and stores it in the cellar of the castle next door. Though miles away from the vineyard and the old stone building, Diliberto carries on the Old World techniques at his Jamesport winery, where he tends to several acres of vines including franc and chardonnay. He presses the grapes, barrel ages the wine, and bottles it with Diliberto labels?some of which bear an artistic rendering of the castle in Dugenta. In his tasting room, Diliberto presents his specialty wines to guests during a tasting experience designed to transport them to his ancestral home. He forgoes the bar experience in favor of the small table settings that one finds staggered outside an Italian caf?. A mural on one end of the room further heightens the sense of travel, trading the North Fork for the bustling streets and sentient traffic lights of a Tuscan mountain town.
250 Manor Lane
Riverhead,
NY
US
The friendly enophiles at Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard take an interactive approach to wine education, guiding visitors through the ins and outs of the vintner process and offering sips of rich estate wines crafted onsite. Sojourners can venture to the winery to tipple glasses of chardonnay and merlot inside a rustic tasting room situated in a barn built in the early 1900s, or extend their stays with an annual membership to the vineyard?s unique Vine to Wine program. During the course of the year, program members take a hand in every part of the winemaking process, raising grapes from infancy before crushing and pressing them into adulthood at the vineyard?s custom-winemaker center. The scenic North Fork vineyard is also home to Sannino's bed-and-breakfast, a single Tuscan-style suite that overlooks rows of growing vines and houses numerous amenities including a marble bathtub, 42-inch flat-screen TV, king-size bed, and spacious private living quarters. Complimentary beach passes and tasting tours await overnight guests, as does a full breakfast every morning. Remote wine-lovers can also peruse Sannino's wares online as they envision themselves traversing the verdant property and testing each bottle?s bouquet by closing their eyes and sniffing their computer monitor deeply.
1375 Peconic Ln.
Peconic,
NY
US
With over 90 acres of rich soil to cultivate, the oenophiles at Osprey's Dominion Vineyards show off their commitment to fine winemaking by growing the most varietals on Long Island: 13. From chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon to gewürztraminer and carménère, the vintners put the same amount of care into perfecting each bottle. And it seems the Wine and Food Classic and Tasters Guild International agree, doling out eight gold medals and one double gold to nine wines in 2013 alone. Visitors are given a gold-standard experience as well, sampling the vineyard's offerings in the elegant tasting room where light streams in through thed large picture windows. Outside they can experience a more relaxed atmosphere with three barbecue pits, a volleyball court, and of course, an outdoor wine bar.
44075 Route 25
Peconic,
NY
US
Nestled in the fertile New York countryside, Lenz Winery grows a variety of vinifera grapes that include chardonnay, cabernet franc, merlot, and malbec to compose a fine symphony of wines. Wines from Lenz Winery's 70 acres are culled to fruition through meticulous means, bringing the vine to full ripeness and fermentation and allowing each grape to express itself in a fine wine rather than a cheesy poem. Guests of Lenz Winery can bask in the smooth sipping ambience of the premium six-wine tasting flight as they are surrounded by quaint farms and thriving crop fields.
38355 route 25
Peconic,
NY
US
With two locations and 140 acres of picturesque land, Duck Walk Vineyard remains a popular presence on the Long Island Wine Trail, having been voted in 2013 as one of the top wineries in Long Island by "Best of Long Island". Tastings of the winery's many vintages, including reds, whites, ice wines, and fruity dessert wines, draw crowds of visitors to both of Duck Walk's spacious facilities, where live music dramatically shatters listeners' emptied glasses. The festive atmosphere here also makes it a prime setting for weddings, rehearsal dinners, and other private events.
44535 Route 25
Southold,
NY
US
North Fork Horseradish Festival celebrates the uniquely bitter taste of horseradish with everything from recipe contests to cooking demonstrations. Exhibitors and enthusiasts will fill the rolling landscape of Hallockville Museum Farm to join seminars teaching patrons how to use their own horseradish, from harvesting to gardening to cooking. Grinding-horseradish demonstrations show how to manipulate your roots into a more manageable form for cooking, and recipe contests will give you new ideas on how to surprise your family with a spicy kick in their everyday meals.
31320 Main Rd
Cutchogue,
NY
US
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