Coffee Pot Cellars co-owner Laura Klahre, right, shares a laugh with visitors in the Cutchogue winery's tasting room. (Oct. 5, 2013) (Credit: Randee Daddona)
North Fork wine country, which first took root in Cutchogue in 1973 and celebrates its 40th birthday this year, continues to grow and change -- sometimes in unexpected ways.
This fall, two groundbreaking new wineries are celebrating the harvest along with the region's more than four dozen established wine producers. Kontokosta in Greenport and Coffee Pot Cellars in Cutchogue...
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