One of New Yorkers’ favorite summer pastimes is a two-hour jaunt to the North Fork wine country for a day of relaxation and delicious intoxication. A visit to Long Island’s Wine Country transports you to a place where over 60 vineyards flourish and over 30 wineries open their doors offering their bounty to visitors. You can sample Long Island’s latest award-winning wines, or take a fascinating cellar tour and see how Long Island’s gifted vintners have perfected their craft.
But what about Fido? Wouldn’t he enjoy the cool breezes of Long Island’s north fork, too? Well, while most folks might have you leave your dog at home, a group of Long Island wineries are now allowing your beloved pet to sit alongside you as sip their wines and explore their grounds (leashed of course). Before heading out, check with each vineyard on their specific pet policy.
1216 Main Rd
Jamesport, NY 11947
Not only are dogs allowed to explore the picturesque grounds, but they may also join you in the tasting room as long as they’re on a leash. The vineyard offers tastings that change throughout the year, and you may purchase your favorite bottle to bring home with you, or drink at one of the picnic tables in the spacious backyard. Dogs must be on leashes at all times and are prohibited during special events.
36225 New York 25
Cutchogue, NY 11935
Dogs are not permitted inside the Tasting Room or on the Pavilion, however guests are welcome to have their dog on a leash on the outside lawn picnic areas.
Corey Creek Vineyards
(Owned by Bedell Cellars)
45470 Rte 25
Southold, NY 11971
Dogs are not permitted inside the Tasting Room or on the deck, however guests are welcome to have dogs on a leash on the outside lawn picnic area. (Continued…)