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"Long Island's Only
Kosher Boutique Winery"
Long Island, New York's "Bordeaux", is the State's newest and fastest
growing wine region.
About 100 miles (160 kilometres) east of New York City,
the island separates into the North Fork and a South Fork known as The
Hamptons, with the Atlantic Ocean on the south, Great Peconic Bay
separating the two forks, and Long Island Sound to the north. These
massive bodies of water moderate the temperature, creating a long growing
season and ideal conditions for robust merlots, full-bodied chardonnays,
and other European classics.
"The chardonnay is crispy, buttery and oaky; the
mouth-filling merlot, fruity, soft and a touch herbal; the cabernet
sauvignon, strong, supple and meaty." .....Howard
As featured in the New York Times