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Sparkling Pointe Vineyards


39750 CR-48, Southold
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True to its name, Sparkling Pointe solely makes effervescent wine. There’s a surprising amount of variety between their wines despite their niche focus on bubbles, from an easy-drinking glass that’s sourced from a single vineyard’s chardonnay grapes to a cuvee rouge that has a deep ruby color, lots of fruity notes, and isn’t too sweet. The space has ornate chandeliers and a wide patio overlooking the vines, but all the niceties mean that a visit will be on the more expensive side (especially if you spring for the $80 caviar service).

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