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An old horse stable turned potato barn turned tasting room is what you will find at McCall Wines. They offer a mix of white, red, and rosé wines, with merlot and pinot noir being their most prominent varietals. Pellegrini Vineyards was founded by one of Long Island’s original pioneers in winemaking, Bob and Joyce Pellegrini, and produces approximately 10,000 cases of wine per year. Castello di Borghese is also among the original North Fork wineries, and was the first on Long Island when Alex and Louisa Hargrave established it in 1973. We also suggest Lieb Cellars, Pugliese Vineyards, and more![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]