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Heading directly east 80 miles from the hustle and bustle of midtown Manhattan lies the region known as the North Fork.

The tip of Long Island has two personalities, the swanky hip southern fork with the Hamptons and the mellow agricultural region known as the North Fork. Small towns are strung together like beads along Highway 25 separated by vineyards and farm stands.  Get acquainted with the wine region of Long Island with 5 Senses Culinary Tours as your guide. 


Although grapes have been planted here since the 1960’s, it is of late that there is an influx of vintners investing in this region. The climate suites a wide range of varietals resulting in award winning wines.



  • Explore the vineyards and sample the wines of the most reputable wineries at private tastings.  As the season ends, we have the opportunity to discuss one on one the details of the region’s terrior with the vintners.

  • Visit the Tasting Room in Peconic sampling the wines of small producers.  

  • Learn about cheese making and taste the fresh goat milk cheese and yogurt at Catapano Dairy Farms.  And their goat milk based beauty products are used at local hotels.

  • Search for the best of lobster roll on this end of Long Island, visit the oyster beds and see what the best fisherman are reeling in!  Get the salty spray of the area as we lunch on the freshest seafood.  

  • Taste the full spectrum of organic vegetables grown at Sang Lee Farms and participate in a private cooking class followed by lunch on the farm. 

  • Meander around the town of Greenport with its quaint shops and visit Aldo’s for a cup of espresso!

  • Special dinner prepared in the vineyards at Shinn Estate, owners of Home Restaurant in Manhattan.   

  • Ferry through Shelter Island and into Sag Harbor for a visit to the South Fork. 

  • Stop for tasting at the vineyards and have time for wandering and shopping in and around The Hamptons. 

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