Long Island Wine Review

“This area has the potential for being the best of the best.” Bill Sokolin
For the celebrated wine broker Bill Sokolin, Long Island’s North Fork has ideal terroir. Its climate is reminiscent of the Bordeaux region of France. Moderating winds from the Long Island Sound and mild winters blend with sandy, loamy soil to fashion ideal viticultural conditions. Here are my short but sweet vignettes on the vineyards that grace Long Island’s North Fork.

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