Long Island Winery Reviews
Long Island Winery Reviews was created to make the trip to the East End a little easier for those of you new to the Long Island Wine Trails. We’ve done our best to organize winery listings according to the east-west or west-east path you would take to reach them, one by one, on each trail.
Long Island’s North Fork and South Fork
The South Fork has a few wineries along (and off of) Rt. 27, or “The Hamptons Wine Trail,” but the majority of Wine Country is located on the North Fork. Please note that the North Fork is split into two trails: Rt. 48/Sound Avenue and Rt. 25/Main Road.
- Rt. 25/Main Road (North Fork Southern Trail) wineries are listed west to east, the way you would happen upon them coming off the Long Island Expressway.
- Rt. 48/Sound Avenue (North Fork Northern Trail) wineries are listed east to west, the order in which you would find them on your way back from the eastern end of the North Fork (and also how you happen upon them after finishing the southern trail, or coming back from Orient Point or Greenport.
Some GPS systems may use the following interchangeably:
- Rt. 48 and Sound Avenue
- Rt. 25 and Main Road
- Aquebogue and Riverhead
- Aquebogue and Laurel
- Calverton and Baiting Hollow
Download a map available from the Long Island Wine Council. Please Note: Not all wineries are listed on the map.
Some Long Island Vineyards are available for weddings and other private events. We have a Weddings/Private Events page listing those wineries and their site rental fees, if available. Please check with the vineyards for updated rates.
If you’re a dog-lover, and you hate leaving your pooch behind, some wineries have openly stated “pet-friendly” policies. We’ve listed pet-friendly/dog-friendly wineries for you. Other wineries may also be pet-friendly, but don’t say so on their websites – call ahead to check – they might allow you to bring your pet.
Some Long Island wineries have amusements for kids while others allow children on their premises as long as they are supervised by an adult. Check out the kid-friendly wineries listed and view each listing to see if they offer something for the kids! Other wineries may be kid-friendly but call ahead to make sure.
Information has been compiled from personal experiences (trips to the wineries over the years) and various winery websites. If you have a question about a specific winery, please call the winery directly, as they will have the most updated information.