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Discover Greenport On A Long Island Wine Country Vacation

October 6th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Long Island Wine Country VacationThere’s never a bad time to enjoy a Long Island Wine Country vacation and historic Greenport Village makes for the perfect North Fork home base.

Long Island’s North Fork is wine country, with some 3,000 acres of vines, vineyards, and tasting rooms. This happy fact alone makes Long Island’s North Fork the perfect place to get away from it all. Greenport is located in the heart of Long Island’s wine country. This makes the historic, Long Island village a naturally convenient home base for visiting our many wineries.

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Get Into the Long Island Spirit with Long Island Spirits Distillery!

September 25th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Long Island Spirits craft distillery on Long Island's North ForkLong Island Spirits is Long Island’s pioneering craft distillery. The proud makers of LiV Vodka, Long Island Spirits is a farm-to-bottle, hand craft distillery located on the North Fork, in the heart of Long Island’s acclaimed wine region.

Long Island is known for its wines and having some of the best viticultural areas in the country. We’re also making a name for ourselves in the craft beer scene with excellent breweries like Greenport Harbor Brewing. Did you know Long Island is also home to a distillery?

Long Island Spirits, located in Baiting Hollow, NY, is Long Island’s first craft distillery since the 1800’s. The company was founded in 2007, here on Long Island’s North Fork, right in the heart of the wine region. Long Island Spirits was 100th distiller in the U.S. to receive a distilled spirits plant license. Now, only ten years later, there are more than 1,250 in the country.

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Enjoy A Long Island Bug Lighthouse Cruise and Tour!

September 18th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Long Island Bug Lighthouse Cruise and TourCome out to Greenport, on Long Island’s North Fork, for a Bug Lighthouse cruise and tour. If you are going to be here around the end of October, there are even special Halloween cruises planned!

There’s always something fun to do on Long Island’s North Fork but one of the more popular attractions has to be the Bug Light.

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Come to Greenport for East End Maritime Festival 2017!

August 21st, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

East End Maritime Festival 2017Hard as it may be to believe, summer is almost over. Don’t fret, though! That only means it’s almost time for East End Maritime Festival 2017. The 28th annual return of this popular, Long Island North Fork event is scheduled for September 23rd and 24th, 2017, in Greenport Village.

The East End Maritime Festival is an annual tradition here on Long Island’s North Fork. The weekend-long celebration of local maritime heritage is hosted by the East End Seaport Museum and kicks off with the annual Land & Sea Gala.

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Take A Bite Out of the 2017 North Fork Foodie Tour!

August 7th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

North Fork Foodie Tour 2017It’s almost North Fork Foodie Tour time again! This year’s celebration of the bounty of Long Island’s North Fork takes place Sunday, September 10th, 2017.

Long Island’s North Fork is known for its vineyards, farms, craft breweries, dairies, orchards, and fisheries. We’re proud of our continued heritage of delicious, locally sourced and produced foods. The North Fork Foodie Tour is our way of celebrating and sharing our region’s bounty with visitors and neighbors alike.

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Take A Long Island North Fork Craft Brewery Tour!

July 24th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

North Fork Craft Brewery TourIt wasn’t that long ago that Long Island could boast only one craft brewery. Now there are more than 40 and Long Island’s North Fork region is home to many of them. Come discover some of Long Island’s best craft beers on a North Fork craft brewery tour!

There are a number of great reasons to come explore Long Island’s North Fork: wineries, golf courses, galleries, shopping, dining, you name it. On of the more recently popular pastimes, however, is going on a North Fork craft brewery tour.

Many craft breweries are happy to show visitors around their operations and explain their process. Even those craft breweries that don’t offer tours will usually have a tasting room or even an onsite brewpub. This is an excellent way to sample a brewery’s full line of beers. It’s also where you’ll find specialty and seasonal beers that may see only limited – or even no – distribution. What a treat!

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Don’t Miss the 2nd Annual Long Island Craft Classic 2017

July 14th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Long Island Craft Classic 2017Long Island’s second annual celebration of beer, wine, cider, and bbq, the Long Island Craft Classic, is almost here: August 12th, 2017. With over 40 breweries, cideries, and vineyards on hand, not to mention great food and live music, you can’t afford to miss this awesome summer event!

The 2017 Long Island Craft Classic is the second year of the updated and expanded North Fork Craft Beer Festival. This “little” festival has grown and changed by leaps and bounds over the years, just like the craft beer industry that spawned it. Now it includes wines, ciders, live music, contests … and no longer qualifies as a “little” anything!

Attendees can look forward to over 100 different craft beers, ciders, and regional wines to sample. Brewmasters, vitners, and cider-makers from various companies will put on a variety of seminars and demonstrations for the curious.

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Touring the Lighthouses of Long Island Wine Country

June 23rd, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Lighthouses of Long Island - Orient Point LighthouseNew York’s Long Island is home to almost 20 lighthouses, most of them spread along the northern shore or up at the east end on the North Fork, also known as wine country! Come discover the lighthouses of Long Island wine country with a romantic North Fork getaway!

No Long Island vacation would be complete without at least some time spent investigating the wineries of the North Fork. Long Island’s North Fork is home to nearly 40 wineries and has long been considered as one of the best viticultural areas in the country.

Wineries, while one of the biggest draws to the area, are hardly the only North Fork attraction, however. Long before there were vineyards or a wine country to be enamored of, Long Island was primarily known as a port and for its abundant fishing. Consequently, the Long Island Sound shoreline is dotted with lighthouses.

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Visit Long Island Wineries With North Fork Trolley Wine Tours!

June 12th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

North Fork Trolley Wine Tours Looking to get out on the North Fork Wine Trail but not looking forward to the driving? Park your car and discover Long Island wineries with North Fork Trolley Wine Tours!

Long Island Wine Country is the perfect summer playground for the discerning vacationer. The weather is fantastic, the people warm and friendly, and there are lots of vineyards to visit!

Long Island’s North Fork is home to nearly 40 wineries that are open to the public. The area has long been considered as one of the best viticultural areas in the country. A taste of any of our local wines will bear that truth out!

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Kick Off Summer At Taste the East End 2017!

May 12th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Taste the East End 2017Come out to Long Island’s North Fork for an evening of local cuisine pairings during Taste the East End 2017. June 9th, 7pm at The Long Island Aquarium!

Taste the East End is a Long Island tradition and a great way to kick off the summer! This flavor-filled, fan-favorite event features locally made fine wine, craft beer, and hard cider paired with offerings from local restaurants. More than 40 vendors participate in this event. Local chefs, brewmasters, and vintners expertly pair their specially prepared creations to create the best possible taste combinations

Your tongue will think it has died and gone to heaven.

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