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May: Suhru Wines

This month, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Shelby Hearn Ulrich, the general manager and partner at Suhru, to delve into the brand's evolution and its exciting present. Since 2008, Suhru has been owned by Susan and Russell Hearn, a family-run winery that now proudly includes Shelby and...

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March: Pellegrini Vineyards

Owned and operated by Bob and Joyce Pellegrini since 1991, Pellegrini Vineyards consists of 70 acres of vines dedicated to producing 100% estate-grown, handcrafted wines that reflect the terroir of the North Fork. This month our resident local wine enthusiast, Nate Mendelson, had a quick chat with Pellegrini’s assistant winemaker, Jenny Smith. Get to know a little about Jenny and her time at Pellegrini here!

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July: Macari Vineyards

Owned and operated by three generations of the Macari family, Macari Vineyards is a 500-acre vineyard and farm located in Mattituck with the goal of producing balanced and age-worthy wines that reflect the terroir of the North Fork. This month our resident local wine enthusiast, Nate Mendelson, had a quick chat about the crowd-favorite winery with Gibson Campbell, who manages the winery’s wholesale and retail operations.

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June: Peconic Bay Vineyards

Peconic Bay Vineyards is back! Or rather should we say Peconic Bay Vineyards has arrived?  This month our resident local wine enthusiast, Nate Mendelson, had the chance to chat with winemaker Greg Gove to discuss the rebirth of Peconic Bay Vineyards and what one can expect from this fast growing winery in the upcoming years.

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April: Palmer Vineyards

Founded in 1983 by Robert Palmer, Palmer Vineyards is one of the oldest and most well known Long Island winemaking producers. In 2018, Palmer sold to the Massoud family, the owners of Paumanok, who have continued Bob's legacy of producing top quality North Fork wine.This month our very own Nate Mendelson had the chance to sit down with winemaker Kareem Massoud to discuss Long Island winemaking as a whole as well as the defining features of Palmer Vineyards.

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