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I’m on the North Fork in Long Island, New York, yet feel like I’ve been transported to Provence, France. Thanks to the thought and care behind Croteaux Vineyard, that fleeting experience is made possible.

Sitting within a 200-year old barn sipping our millennial pink Rosé wines, I realize how unique Croteaux Vineyard proposition truly is. It’s a mix of everything. It’s wine, it’s location, it’s décor, and story. It was a rainy day on the North Fork, but that didn’t stop us from being outdoors. Croteaux Vineyard in Southold has a 200-year old barn that keeps people from getting wet while still enjoying the outdoors and two historic buildings now turned into tasting rooms. Blankets are given out to guests who are feeling cold. A pile of logs are stores in the front. It truly feels like an intimate experience.

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