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Wölffer Estate Vineyards
Even if you've already had their wine or hard ciders, it's still worth stopping by Wölffer Estate for a quick snack and tasting if you're on your way to the Hamptons.
One Woman Winery
A smaller winery, One Woman Wines is the perfect spot to enjoy a casual glass of wine on a sunny day in Long Island.
Croteaux should be your first stop if you're a rosé lover wine tasting across Long Island. Come for the picturesque scenery, stay for the great bites that pair well with their bright, summery wines.
Pindar is one of the largest wineries in all of Long Island. You should make a point to visit and resist the urge to climb into their giant Adirondack chair after having a few glasses of their rosé and red blend.
Rose Hill Vineyards
Rose Hill looks like it was made to be featured in a slideshow of your Long Island wine-tasting adventures. Plus, it has great wine and snacks to boot.
McCall Wines has a unique horse stable tasting room, a shady outdoor seating area, and a great standing burger night on Thursdays and Fridays.
Bedell Cellars is a winery on the North Fork with plenty of open, airy space, and equally compelling glasses of pinot gris and cab franc.
Lieb's tasting room is cozy enough to warm up on a rainy day, but they also have plenty of outdoor seating for fair weather wine sipping.
Paumanok is the Long Island winery you should visit to get away from the crowds, drink a glass of chenin blanc, and enjoy the sunshine.
Sparkling Pointe Vineyards
Sparkling Pointe is a winery in the North Fork that specializes in effervescent wines, making it a great place to celebrate and toast with some bubbles.