Certified Vineyards and Wineries
Bedell Cellars is a family owned winery in the Long Island wine region. Bedell has hand-crafted wines for thirty four years, defining the regional style using sustainably farmed grapes grown in their unique maritime terroir. Bedell wines have achieved critical acclaim and were served at the 2013 U.S. Presidential Inauguration.
Our foremost commitment at Channing Daughters Winery is the care of our grapevines and the quality of wine in the bottle. We do everything by hand in small batches with lots of love and attention. We believe in celebrating the place, vineyards and region from which we are lucky enough to produce wine.
Corwith Vineyards is an aspiring new vineyard focused on low impact, sustainable farming practices. David Corwith, proprietor, comes from a long farming heritage. Located on Long Island's south shore in the hamlet of Water Mill, we are committed to producing exceptional quality fruit in harmony with the delicate soil food web that all plants depend on.
At Duck Walk Vineyards, our award-winning wines are quite literally dreams come true. It was the dream of our founder, Dr. Herodotus "Dan" Damianos, that helped create the winemaking industry on Long Island in the early 1980's. In 1994 he and his son Alexander founded Duck Walk Vineyards. The Normandy Chateau-style building in Water Mill, a true Hamptons landmark, became home to what has quickly evolved into one of the most well-known names in Long Island wine.
The Harbes Family has been tilling the fertile soils of Long Island for 13 generations. In 2003 the family planted their vineyard on a boulder-strewn, south-facing hill on the coast of the Long Island Sound. Under the watchful eye of vineyard manager Edward Harbes IV, the vines are producing some of the most promising wines on the North Fork.
Along with our farming practices, our commitment to sustainability is furthered by a 9000 square foot winery building that is registered with the U.S. Green Building Council under the LEED New Construction 2009 rating system. The winery's sustainable elements include: wind energy, xeriscape method landscaping and an organic community garden that supports local non-profits.
Martha Clara Vineyards is a bucolic 200 acre farm on the North Fork of Long Island in the Northville District of Riverhead. There's always something going on year round from wine tastings, live music, horse drawn carriage tours, and educational wine classes. Visit Martha Clara Vineyards and let our story become part of yours.
Our small family farm is located on the North Fork of Long Island. We are dedicated to making wines of the highest quality that pair well with a wide variety of food. We are committed to a cleaner, healthier, environmentally-friendly method of farming; Our sustainable practices combined with hand crafted winemaking allow us to consistently produce wines that reflect the exceptional terroir. It is our hope that you experience the same joy drinking and sharing our wines as our family has in bringing them to you.
In 1996 Russell McCall helped to save historic Down's Farm, Down's Woods, and Fort Corchaug from development. The McCalls planted vineyards and now manage the farm and nature preserve. Sustainability initiatives include vineyard practices, organic grass-fed cattle ranch, and wind turbine. Focused on low-yield, high-quality wines, McCall has made a name for itself in the NY wine industry.
Growing up on her family's farm in Italy Claudia Purita learned from her father to value the land and the fruits it provides. After moving to L.I., Claudia decided it was time to "return to her roots" and began planting her 16 acre vineyard that she now meticulously tends to using sustainable practices.
Since 1986, Palmer Vineyard's 100 acres have produced wines that showcase the distinctive, fresh character of varietals grown on the North Fork. By participating in the Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing program, we believe we are not only embracing a movement towards more healthful farming, but also producing the best wine possible, and ensuring that we protect the land for future generations.
Founded in the spring of 1983, our 127 acre estate is entirely owned and managed by Ursula and Charles Massoud, and our three sons. Born and raised in the "Old World", wine has always been a part of our lives and we continue the tradition at Paumanok Vineyards.
Making great wine is all about the future. The grapes we care for now will accompany wonderful dinners with friends and family many years from now. Much will change between now and then, however we will still depend on the land. At Roanoke Vineyards, we take our obligation to the future seriously.
Sannino Bella Vita began when Anthony and Lisa Sannino purchased a well-established vineyard. It would become the location for their home and result in the creation of the first custom winemaking program in the region. Always keeping in mind the health of their family, they use environmentally sound, low impact farming techniques.
Shinn Estate Vineyards has a working philosophy of low-impact, sustainable farming. Since its first planting in 2000, husband-wife team and former restaurateurs David Page and Barbara Shinn have integrated both organic and biodynamic practices in the vineyard, producing consistently balanced fruit-driven wines with long aging potential that have a distinct sense of place.
Sparkling Pointe, founded in 2004 by vintners Tom and Cynthia Rosicki, specializes in the exclusive production of Méthode Champenoise sparkling wines, handcrafted by renowned Winemaker Gilles Martin. Sparkling Pointe practices sustainable values on the 34 acre vineyards planted with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, while also managing a net-zero warehouse space, running completely off of geothermal and solar energy.
Wolffer Estate winery has a European character and the former potato fields have become the foundation for world-class wines created by Winemaker Roman Roth. Wölffer Estate Vineyard is an American Winery in the Classic European Tradition and whole heartedly practices sustainable farming.